DescriptionSabine National Forest stands in East Texas along the shores of the Toledo Bend Reservoir, which borders Louisiana. The forest encompasses 160,798 acres of Southern pine and hardwoods. Toledo Bend Reservoir, a 65-mile-long impoundment of the Sabine River, yields bass, bluegill, catfish and crappie; a number of recreation sites are along the shoreline.
Other areas of interest in the forest are Beech Ravines Scenic Area, Mill Cove Scenic Area, Red Hills Lake and Colorow Scenic Area. Recreation areas include Ragtown, Willow Oak, Lakeview, Indian Mounds and Indian Mounds Wilderness Area.
For further information contact the forest headquarters at 5050 SR 21 E., Hemphill, TX 75948; phone (409) 625-1940. Headquarters open Mon.-Wed. 8-4:30.