This area is part of the Davy Crockett National Forest, managed jointly with the State of Texas, as a Texas Wildlife Management Area. <br />There are oodles of b'docking spots here. You'll absolutely love it, unless you make the mistake of trying to camp during hunting season... <br />Level of confidence: extremely high. <br />02/28/2012 - UPDATE - We just passed through and found just about all of Davy Crockett closed due to storm damage from last April (2011). Because of this we found Angelina National Forest pay sites open for free.
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