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Big Thicket National Preserve

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Big Thicket
Big Thicket
Big Thicket
Big Thicket

Big Thicket National Preserve, Texas

Simplicity. Such a beautiful concept wouldn’t you agree? Though it may not razzle and it may not dazzle, the unassuming nature of this densely-forested 206,305-acre preserve in southeastern Texas is Read more...
Simplicity. Such a beautiful concept wouldn’t you agree? Though it may not razzle and it may not dazzle, the unassuming nature of this densely-forested 206,305-acre preserve in southeastern Texas is exactly what makes it so beautiful. No high peaks, low valleys, vast lakes; what you get is what you see. At least on the surface. Hidden amongst the quiet character of the landscape is an impressive biodiversity that has been described as “the biological crossroads of North America.” Over 1,000 species of plants, 300 species of birds, 85 types of trees and as many as 50 reptile varieties have allowed this preserve to be designated as an official UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Be on the lookout for lots of crafty critters as you enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, biking, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing and more. Are you a fan of unsolved mysteries? Not afraid of a few goosebumps? Visit the infamous Bragg Road and try to uncover the spooky story behind the mysterious light that filters through the swampy mists at twilight.
Big Thicket Backcountry
Tertius: Correction on the description: Fires are allowed and you can gather firewood to make them. Pets are al...
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Cozy Cabin in the Piney Woods
Lynne: Get away from the city, relax, get in touch with nature, stargaze! One room rustic cabin on 74 wooded...
Request book$73/night
Creekside Walk-in Campground
Sixteen sites sit creekside where you’ll walk from 250 to 500 yards to your campsite. Once settled in...
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Martin Dies Campground
Joe: Martin Dies has a wide variety of different types of campsites. We chose a fairly open spot right on ...
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Alissa: Get out of the city and come camp with us, or without us.  We are so lucky to live in the most...
Request book$45/night
River front paradise
Joshua: Welcome to Davis Creek. Come pitch your tent on this Waterfront Paradise overlooking the Neches River...
Request book$100/night
Small Farm with Tall Trees
Seifert: We are located on 17. 5 acres. Open areas to set up for tent camping, or very secluded areas on...
Direct book$20/night
Briar Loop Campground

Briar Loop Campground

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
These sites are so special that they’re designated by letters A - P as opposed to the traditional...
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Rafter G Ranch
Sunny: Your camp is located in a meadow overlooking a valley. Old oak trees border the meadow, providing...
Request book$25/night
Hilltop Campground
Find the most amenities at Hilltop Campground, each complete with picnic table, fire ring, tent pad,...
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Village Creek Sponsored Youth Group Campground
The group walk-in camping area is a great place to take the kiddos. Enjoy family-style meals at a...
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Hercules Club Loop Campground
The farthest south of Lake Livingston’s campgrounds, these sites are nestled on one of the corner...
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Yaupon Loop Campground
The farthest removed from the lake of among the three campground conglomeration including Piney Shores...
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Red Oak Campground
Sandwiched between the beachside Piney Shores and the outer Yaupon Loop campgrounds, sites 38 - 49 are...
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Piney Shores Campground
Aptly named are these campgrounds sheltered in amongst the forested pines, right on the eastern shores...
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Pin Oak Loop Campground
Right along the lake on the park’s northern boundary, sites 98 - 147 are scenically located despite...
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Caney Creek Campground
It’s going to be hard to find a campground that’s a better value than Caney Creek. The cheapest rates...
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Stubblefield Lake Campground
Matthew: Stubblefield is nice, but the Overflow Campground a few minutes down the road is free and really great...
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Keachi Acres Cabins

Keachi Acres Cabins

100% Recommend – 4 Responses
Danny: Loved our stay here. Mary was an absolute delight, as well as her amazing border collies. The cabin wa...
Request book$80/night
Twelve Stones Group Site
Sallie: The property is limited to youth services group or religious groups.  Space available for tents in...
Request book$80/night
Prairie Branch Campground

Prairie Branch Campground

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Texas: We camped at Huntsville in the dead of winter and were the only campers at the entire park! It was a ...
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