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Davey Crockett National Forest
Address 
2221 N. Raguet St.
Lufkin,TX,75904
United States
-94° -94' 52.7736" N 31° 31' 55.5816" W
Description:

The Davy Crockett National Forest, named for the legendary pioneer, contains more than 160,000 acres of East Texas woodlands, streams, recreation areas, and wildlife habitat. Located in Houston and Trinity Counties, the forest is centrally located within the Neches and Trinity River basins. The Davy Crockett National Forest was proclaimed a National Forest by President Franklin Roosevelt on October 15, 1936. The ranger district office is located near Ratcliff on Highway 7 about one-quarter mile west of FM 227 in Houston County. A work center is located about one-half mile north of Highway 7 on FM 227.

Amenities: 
Cabins/ Lodging
Camping-group
Camping-tent
Fishing Pier
Grills/ BBQ Pits/ Fire ring
Parking
Restrooms
Showers
Trails- Hiking
Trails- biking
Wildlife Viewing Area
Things To Do: 
Biking
Boating
Camping
Canoeing/ Kayaking
Fishing
Hiking/ walking
Picnicking
Swimming
Wildlife Watching