Hunting opportunities abound only a short drive from the city life. A get-away from the hustles and bustles in the peaceful Sam Houston Natural Forrest area where one can truly enjoy nature on your own land!!!


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Located in Coldspring, Texas San Jacinto County bordering Sam Houston National Forest.

Directions: From Houston via 59 North to Coldspring exit - Turn left onto 2025 and drive  5.3 miles to 945 - turn left and drive 10.3 miles to Richards Rd. (256) - turn right and drive 1.9 miles to 256A (no road sign)- turn right drive 1.4 miles to end.  Park service gate is on your left.

Directions: From Houston via 45 North to New Waverly exit – Turn right onto 150 and drive approximately 15 miles (past the Punkin General Store on the right) to 945 - turn right and drive approximately 3 miles to Richards Rd. – turn left and drive approximately 2 miles to 256A - turn right drive approximately 2 miles to end.  Park service gate is on your left.


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Description:  Just 10 ½ miles from Coldspring, Texas, the county seat of San Jacinto County.  The settlement of “Cold Spring” began around 1850 and previously was only a trading post called “Coonskin”.  It was Stephen F. Austin’s first colony.  A one hour drive from Houston, this property contains 14 natural acres thickly forested with pine, hardwoods and large magnolias with a wet weather stream running through and surrounded by both private land and the Sam Houston National Forest.  This area’s early inhabitants dating back 12,000 years were mostly hunter gatherers and included the Bidai, Patiri, Deadose and Akokisa.  Hunting opportunities await you both on the property and the thousands of acres of National Forest land where you’ll find abundant wildlife including deer, hogs, bobcats and squirrels.

A short drive of a little more than 3 miles puts you at Trailhead #10, part of The Lone Star Hiking Trail.  At 96 miles it is the longest in Texas. Browder’s Marina on Lake Livingston is a mere 20 minute drive away and Huntsville, seat of Walker County is only 38.6 miles to the Northwest. This property will provide a quick getaway from the stresses of the city where you can enjoy a calming natural habitat.

Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Hogs, Bobcats, Coyotes, Squirrels, and an abundance of native and migratory songbirds.

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