Bouton Lake: (936) 897-1068

  

Bouton Lake, Angelina National Forest

Bouton Lake Campground provides visitors with primitive camping, fishing and hiking amidst bottomland hardwoods and cypress trees. LAKE USE - Visitors should note that the west side of Bouton Lake is privately owned and trespassing is forbidden.

At a Glance

Area Amenities: Tent camping,Picnic tables,Toilets
Fees None
Restrictions: LAKE USE - Visitors should note that the west side of Bouton Lake is privately owned and trespassing is forbidden.
Closest Towns: Zavalla, Texas
Water: None
Restroom: Vault

General Information

Directions:

Follow Highway 63 east from Zavalla for 7 miles; turn right (south) on Forest Road 303 for 7 miles to Bouton Lake.


General Notes:

No trash service provided. 


Activities


Camping & Cabins

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Fishing

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Hiking

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Water Activities

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Amenities

Toilets Vault toilet
Picnic tables Picnic table, campfire ring, and lantern post at each site
Tent camping Primitive; 7 sites
Areas & Activities
Camp Area Maps

Camp Area Maps


Interactive Visitor Map

Interactive Visitor Map


Indian Mounds Wilderness sign

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Hunting Frequently Asked Questions

Hunting FAQs Link opens in a Pdf Document


Outdoor Safety in the South

Outdoor Safety in the South


Dead trees along utility line

Due to the drought of 2011, many of the trees on our forests are experiencing extreme stress. Visitors are encouraged to check their surroundings and be aware of the possibility of falling limbs or trees in recreation areas and the general forest. Dead trees can fall silently and without warning. Please be on the lookout for dead trees while hiking and camping and if conditions become windy, visitors should leave the area.


Stop Illegal Marijuana Cultivation

Marijuana detection - Report suspicious activity on the forest to Patrol Captain Chris Crain (936-639-8530) or Special Agent Gary McLaughlin (936-639-8507).