The National Forests and Grasslands in Texas are located a long the northern and eastern parts of Texas.
Where is this Forest?


Take a hike this SpringWelcome

The U.S. Forest Service manages approximately 675,000 acres of public land in Texas. This land is divided into four National Forests in east Texas and the Caddo-Lyndon B. Johnson National Grasslands in northeast Texas. [Read more]

Saturday- March 28, 2015 - Controlled Burns

The Davy Crockett N.F. will conduct two separate controlled burns on Saturday, March 28.  The northernmost burn is in Compartments 33 and 34, north of Kennard, Texas.  The southernmost burn is in Compartments 66 and 67 and is located near Baker Springs, Texas adjacent to FM 2781.  This burn will require that portions of the Piney Creek Horse Trail be closed for the day.  Both burns are to improve red-cockaded woodpecker habitat. With southerly winds, SH 7 and SH 21 may receive some drift smoke.  If you encounter smoke while driving in this area, please slow down, use your low beams and drive cautiously.

If you have questions or concerns about this burn, please call the Davy Crockett Ranger District office at 936-655-2299.


Fire Information

Links to maps for the NFGT planned burns, completed burns, and the Texas Burn Ban Map may be found here.

Plant-a-Tree Program

The USDA Forest Service's Plant-A-Tree Program enables individuals or groups to contribute funds for planting trees on National Forests.  Donations may be made to honor or memorialize friends or relatives.


NFGT Forest Supervisor's Orders and Prohibitions

List of Forest Supervisor's Orders and Prohibitions for the National Forests & Grasslands in Texas.

Forest Maps with Hunter Camp Locations - 2014 version

Locations for hunter camps in the National Forests and Grasslands in Texas.


Travel Management Rule

Restricting Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Use to Designated Routes.