Bob Phillips – Telling Tales in the Pineywoods

Bob Phillips – Telling Tales in the Pineywoods

The Texas Country Reporter to Keynote Forest Trail Summit in Nacogdoches, April 24

Nacogdoches, TX, – The Texas Forest Trail Region is pleased to welcome friends and special guests from throughout its 35-county region for learning, networking, and partnership building at its … Read More

Slough Trail

Slough Trail
Jasper, TX.

Martin Dies Jr. State Park hugs the shores of the 15,000-acre B.A. Steinhagen Reservoir on one side and borders the Angelina–Neches–Dam B Wildlife Management Area on the other. Its location makes it an ideal place to spot some amazing birds such as herons, cranes, bald eagles, Read More

Bevilport Paddling Trail

Bevilport Paddling Trail

If you are looking for a paddling trail in the Pineywoods that can take you back in time, take the Bevilport Paddling Trail. The trail begins at Bevilport Ramp, a historic riverboat landing site and the location of the first cattle drives in Texas, all within the … Read More

Sam Rayburn Reservoir

Sam Rayburn Reservoir is located approximately 15 miles north of Jasper, in Jasper County. The lake sprawls across 114,500 acres, with an average maximum depth of 80 feet. Aquatic vegetation in the lake consists primarily of hydrilla, American lotus, and pondweed. A variety of other aquatic plants are also established. … Read More

B.A. Steinhagen Lake

B.A. Steinhagen Lake is located on the Neches River, 14 miles west of Jasper, on US 190. The lake is 10,687 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 35 feet. The water body’s aquatic vegetation consists primarily of water hyacinth, hydrilla. In this shallow lake, the abundance of aquatic vegetation … Read More