This is in the Angelina National forest. Multiple pipes with flowing springs
This water creates a little creek. Some of these springs are
Some rocks are being broken up by bubbling, others falling to 6-8 feet...
One of the coolest springs that I have seen in East
Texas. The park includes a small 9-acre fishing lake (no additional charge).
Motor boats are allowed), as well as a small pavilion and sluiceway
Stepping stone bridges with rocks. 200 miles worth of hiking trails
85 miles of ATV offroad trails. 145 miles horse trails. 11 miles
Bicycle trails. A campground can host 74 people. There are many really great campgrounds.
These campsites are beautiful. Many of these sites are both group sites or kinda sites.
You can even find them in their own little spring caps!
It is a beautiful campsite. Everyone who uses it is a real help.
Keep it tidy and looking good. You've always met great people out there
here. This is a quiet spot with only a few people. The spring is a little like sulfur.
Camping - $6 per night (includes parking up to 2 cars)
Shelter Rental - $25 per day (reserve at Day Use - FREE
24/7 Public Access
Take Highway 63 east from Zavalla for approximately 10 1/2 mi. Turn right
Follow Forest Service Road 313 (south) for 2 1/2 mile to the campground.


, , Zavalla, TX 75980, US

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