Angelina National Forest Guide

Angelina National Forest covers over 153,000 acres in Angelina, Nacogdoches, San Augustine, and Jasper counties in Texas. There are seven developed areas in this national forest with many offering boat ramps so that visitors can play and fish on the Sam Rayburn Reservoir, which is the largest manmade body of water entirely in the state. Parts of this national forest also lie along the North Neches River. Each of the East Texas areas contain beautiful hiking trails running over gently rolling hills covered with longleaf pine trees. 

Where to Camp

Camping in Angelina National Forest

You can easily explore each of the seven areas of Angelina National Forest in an RV. Traveling in an RV also helps ensure you will always have a place to stay because Sam Rayburn Reservoir can draw many visitors to its shores on a hot summer day. If you do not have an RV, then rent one on RVshare. You will love knowing you are covered by roadside assistance. 

RV Rentals Near Angelina National Forest

Shape Hiking Trails

Angelina National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Angelina National Forest

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How to get to Angelina National Forest

Address: 111 Walnut Ridge Road Zavalla, Texas 75980

Fee: Entry fee $0

The gently rolling hills of Angelina National Forest are a great place to go hiking. Head to this location during the winter to see bald eagles making their winter homes. This forest is home to many other birds, especially the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. The bird population in this forest increases dramatically during spring and fall migration. Parts of this forest sit on the north and south ends of Sam Rayburn Reservoir, where national bass fishing tournaments are often held. This forest is also a great place to go stargazing, either around the lake or in its more isolated areas.

Since the forest is divided into seven sections, you will want to bring your RV, which makes it easy to move from one location to the next when you choose to do so. There are terrific campgrounds at this location and others located nearby. If you do not have an RV, then rent one on RVshare.com. You will love the different sizes and types available. You will also appreciate being covered by roadside assistance and the easy rental agreement.