Seasonal and Restrictive Waterways of East Texas

Seasonal and Restrictive Waterways of East Texas

 MY ETX has compiled a list of sections of rivers, streams, and bayous in East Texas which have been found to contain an insufficient flow of water for recreational use under normal conditions, or for various reasons could not be classified as a … Read More

Village Creek

Village Creek

Village Creek, formed in northwestern Hardin County, joins with Big Sandy Creek then flows southeast where it meets the Neches River near Silsbee. … Read More

Trinity River

Trinity River, Elm Fork

Formed in Montague County, the Elm Fork of the Trinity River flows approximately 85 miles southeast meeting the West Fork to create the main stream of the Trinity. … Read More

Sulphur River

Sulphur River
(Not mapped)

The Sulphur River is formed in east Delta County by the union of its North and South Forks and flows through Bowie, Morris, and Cass Counties into the Red River in Arkansas.… Read More

San Jacinto River

San Jacinto River, West Fork

The San Jacinto River has its beginnings in its East and West Forks in San Jacinto and Walker Counties, respectively. … Read More