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612 West Gibson Street, Jasper, TX, US, 75951

  • Phone: (409) 384-2511
  • Fax: (409) 384-3503
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

3.9 out of 5 (16 reviews)
75% of guests recommend this hotel

Outdoor Activities

»Angelina National Forest

Angelina National Forest, located in East Texas, is one of four such forests in the state. It is a popular recreational getaway among locals and tourists alike. This parkland is home to an extensive number of wildlife species like squirrel, wild turkey and deer, as well as the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. It also features two designated wilderness areas.

111 Walnut Ridge Road
Lufkin, TX 75980

»Big Thicket National Preserve

Big Thicket National Preserve is located in Southeeast Texas and is a heavily forested area. It is rich in bio-diversity, and was established in 1974 to preserve the natural and national eco-region. The national preserve has a rich tree collection which includes 85 tree species and more than 60 shrubs and almost 1000 flowering plants. There are around 300 kinds of birds that fly in and around this preserve. There are a lot of activities that the visitors can do like cycling, camping, horseback riding, and bird watching.

Farm to Market Road 420
Kountze, TX 77625

»Cypress Bend Golf Resort and Conference Center

Situated around one of Toledo Bend Lake's inlets and surrounded by hardwood forests, this 18-hole championship golf course features ten holes along the water and six with shots across water. A pro shop can be found on the property and Cypress Bend offers lessons with experienced golf professional Ken Rams.

2000 Cypress Bend Parkway
Many, Louisiana 71449

»Sabine National Forest

The Sabine National Forest located in East Texas was established in 1936. Inhabited by tribes in the 16th Century, the forest has an interesting historical background. The early Spanish immigrants called them Tejas, now known as Caddo. Over centuries, European immigrants tried to convert these tribes but were evidently unsuccessful. By the 19th Century, the tribes were relocated and the land was under serious depletion process. After crucial attempts were made by the Texas Legislature to protect and conserve the land, Texas and USDA Forest together worked towards making this forest not just about rich history but also about recreation, with activities like fishing, camping, water sports, hunting, boating and picnicking on offer.

5050 Highway 21 East
Hemphill, TX 75948

»Leesville Municipal Golf Course

This 9-hole Bermuda grass course is open to the public.

Country Club Road
Leesville, Louisiana 71446

»Hodges Gardens State Park

Formerly, the Hodges Gardens, Park and Wilderness Area, the Hodges Gardens State Park has been welcoming visitors since 1956. From lush green lawns to rose gardens, this state park is a beautiful and peaceful place.

1000 Hodges Loop
Florien, LA 71429
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