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Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area  

Ratcliff Lake Recreation AreaDescription: A picturesque 45-acre lake, two short trails, and the beginning of the twenty-mile Four C National Recreation Trail make Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area a major attraction of the Davy Crockett National Forest. The heavily-wooded campground is surrounded by 160,000 acres of diverse national forest supporting a wide variety of wildlife, including the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. Enjoy walking the 1.5-mile Tall Pines and 0.75-mile Trail Tamers trails or launch a longer hike to the Neches Bluffs Overlook. Or paddle, fish, or swim in Ratcliff Lake.

Amenities: Hiking, camping, fishing, swimming and playground area, rest rooms; by reservation, an amphitheater and group shelters.

Location: 18551 State Highway 7 East, Kennard, TX  75487. From Crockett, take State Highway 7 east for 15 miles to the entrance between the towns of Ratcliff and Kennard.

Directions/map: From Crockett, take State Highway 7 east for 15 miles to the entrance between the towns of Ratcliff and Kennard.
Site map: Click here.

Admission: $3 per vehicle.

Contact: 936-55-2299.

Website: Click here.