Sabine River

Sabine River

The two upper forks of the Sabine River, the South and Cowleech Forks, are formed in eastern Collin County and northwestern Hunt County respectively.… Read More

Neches River

Neches River

Formed in Van Zandt County of East Texas, the Neches River flows southeast for approximately 416 miles and empties into the Gulf of Mexico near Port Neches.… Read More

Angelina River

ANGELINA RIVER

Formed by the junction of Barnhardt, Scober, and Shawnee Creeks in Rusk County, the Angelina River flows about 119 miles through Cherokee, Nacogdoches, Angelina, San Augustine, and Jasper Counties, joining the Neches River 12 miles west of Jasper. … Read More

Houston County Lake

Houston County Lake is located in Houston County, approximately 10 miles northwest of Crockett. The lake is 1,330 surface acres, with an average maximum depth of 40 feet. The lake has abundant standing timber in the upper end. Some native emergent and submergent vegetation is also present. Native emergent, as … Read More

Tyler State Park

Tyler State Park is composed of 985.5 acres in Smith County, just north of Tyler, and encompasses a 64 acre lake. The park property was acquired in 1934. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) made the original improvements to the park, and opened to the public in 1939.… Read More