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Sabine National Forest
Address 
5050 Hwy 21 East
Hemphill,TX,75948
United States
-93° -93' 53.8596" N 31° 31' 59.6436" W
Description:

Located in the pineywoods of east Texas, the 160,656-acre Sabine National Forest is the easternmost of the four national forests in Texas and forms part of the boundary between Texas and Louisiana. The forest is situated on the western slopes of the Sabine River watershed within Sabine, San Augustine, Shelby, Jasper, and Newton counties. 

The eastern part of the Sabine National Forest outlines Toledo Bend Reservoir, the fifth largest man-made reservoir in the United States and a nationally known recreation attraction. Recreation developments adjacent to Toledo Bend Reservoir are extensive. Private facilities range from fish camps, with marinas and primitive camping, to highly developed lodge and motel type facilities. Outdoor recreation opportunities in the Sabine National Forest include fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. There are approximately 51 private facilities on the Texas side of Toledo Bend Reservoir and 40 or more private developments on the Louisiana side.

Amenities: 
ADA Accessible
Boat Ramp
Cabins/ Lodging
Camping-RV
Camping-group
Camping-tent
Fishing Pier
Grills/ BBQ Pits/ Fire ring
Horse Facilities/ Rental
Parking
Picnic Tables
Restrooms
Trails- Hiking
Trails- biking
Trails- horse
Wildlife Viewing Area
Things To Do: 
Biking
Camping
Fishing
Hiking/ walking
Horseback Riding
Picnicking
Volunteer Opportunity
Wildlife Watching