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Canoe Texas' most popular canoe trails. Village Creek and the Neches River provide unique opportunities to float through areas untouched by civilization. Visit the links below to find out more:

Southeast Texas offers over 600 different bird species and over 75% of those can be found along the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail, right here in the Big Thicket. Visit the links below for more information:

The Big Thicket offers three beautiful golf courses in Hardin County, They are the Silsbee Country Club, Wildwood Country Club and Idlywild Country Club. Visit the links below to find our more:

Wilderness camping and back country camping offer you an opportunity to experience nature first-hand, while convenient RV camping and cabin rentals allow you to "get back to nature" in a more comfortable environment. Visit the links below to find out more:

Enjoy nature at its finest as you hike through the trails of the Big Thicket. Trails range from easy to difficult with plenty of wildlife and nature along the way. For more information visit the links below:

Big Sandy Creek Horse/Bike Trail: (NOTE: This trail closed during hunting season each year--October 1 thru February 1) Located in the southeast portion of the Big Sandy Creek Unit. the trail is reached from the area near Dallardsville, Texas. This loop trail is 18 miles long - the longest in the Preserve. Horses and mountain bikes are allowed. The trail crosses upland pine forests and beech-magnolia-loblolly pine slopes before entering a floodplain forest of basket oak, sweetgum, hornbeam and holly. You will have to bring your own horse or mountain bike. There are no rentals in that area. For more information, visit the links below:


The Big Thicket area is an ideal place for those who love fishing and boating. An abundance of waterways offer the best in freshwater and saltwater fishing. Visit the links below to find out more:


The wooded areas of the Texas Big Thicket offer a wide range of hunting. Whitetail deer, "Big Game" hunts, dove and much more, even alligator! Visit the links below to find out more:

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