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4C National Recreational Trail
Address 
Forest Service Rd 520
Kennard,TX,75847
United States
0° 0' 0" N 0° 0' 0" W
Description:

The 4C National Recreational Trail is named for an early logging operator (the Central Coal and Coke Company). The twenty-mile 4C National Recreation Trail runs from  Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area on the south end through the Davy Crockett National Forest’stowering pines, bottomland hardwoods, boggy sloughs, and upland forests to the famed Neches Bluff Scenic Overlook on the north end. Midway up the trail is the Walnut Creek campsite with five tent pads, a shelter, and pit toilet. Neches Bluff Overlook offers a panoramic view of pine-hardwood forests in the Neches River bottomland. Watch for abandoned tramways used to transport virgin timber when the region was first logged in the 1920’s. White rectangular tags on trees make the trail easy to follow. No horses, bikes, or off-road vehicles permitted.

Amenities: 
Fishing Pier
Parking
Playgrounds
Restrooms
Showers
Swimming Pool
Trails- Hiking
Wildlife Viewing Area
Things To Do: 
Boating
Canoeing/ Kayaking
Fishing
Hiking/ walking
Picnicking
Swimming
Wildlife Watching