State Parks and Forests

Regional State Parks

Travelers to the Texas Forest Trail Region can visit the area’s beautiful parks owned and operated by Texas Parks and Wildlife. For more information, please call 800-792-1112 or visit

  • Atlanta State Park, Atlanta
  • Caddo Lake State Park, Karnack
  • Daingerfield State Park, Daingerfield
  • Huntsville State Park, Huntsville
  • Lake Bob Sandlin State Park, Pittsburg
  • Lake Livingston State Park, Livingston
  • Martin Creek Lake State Park, Longview
  • Martin Dies Jr. State Park, Jasper
  • Mission Tejas State Park, Weches
  • Sea Rim State Park, Sabine Pass
  • Tyler State Park, Tyler
  • Village Creek State Park, Lumberton

Regional Forests

The Texas Forest Trail Region boasts the only national forests in Texas – four in total. Moreover, it features the only national preserve in the State, as well as five state forests. Take the scenic route through these natural wonders, or stop by for camping, fishing, and other outdoor recreation. Fore more information, contact the U.S. Forest Service (936-639-8501 or, National Parke Service (409-951-6700 or, or Texas Forest Service (

National Forests and Preserves

  • Angelina National Forest
  • Big Thicket National Preserve
  • Davy Crockett National Forest
  • Sabine National Forest
  • Sam Houston National Forest

State Forests

  • E.O. Siecke State Forest
  • Fairchild State Forest
  • J.H. Kirby Memorial State Forest
  • Masterson State Forest
  • W.G. Jones State Forest