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]
Flooding forces closure of road sections in the LBJ Grasslands
Forest Service Roads 900A and 904 and sections of 900 in the Lyndon B. Johnson National Grasslands are closed due to recent flooding. [Read more]
For more information, call the Ranger’s office at 940-627-5475.
Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area Temporarily Closed
Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area is temporarily closed due to the threat of falling trees.
Large amounts of rainfall over the past few weeks have saturated the ground and causing pine trees, which have shallow root systems, to uproot according to Davy Crockett National Forest Ranger Gerald Lawrence. [Read more]
For more information, call the Ranger’s office at 936-655-2299.
Areas closed on the Sam Houston N.F. due to storm damage
The west side of the Sam Houston Motorized Trail and the Lone Star Hiking Trail from Richards Trailhead on Forest Service Road 219 to Bethel Trailhead on Forest Service Road 211 are closed for damage assessment and clean up. [Read more]
For more information, call the Ranger’s office at 936-344-6205.