List of Waterway Corridor Units
Village Creek Corridor Unit
42 miles | Hardin County
This unit follows the course of Village Creek from the Turkey Creek Unit in the north to Lumberton in the south. There are several access points along the creek, making it an excellent option for paddlers on a day trip. From north to south, find creek access at FM 418, TX 327, Baby Galvez Road, and US 96. Farther south, Village Creek State Park in Lumberton provides boat access to the creek as well.
Upper Neches River Corridor Unit
34 miles | Jasper and Tyler Counties
This long stretch of the Neches River begins just south of B.A. Steinhagen Lake at Town Bluff Dam and flows south to the Neches Bottom & Jack Gore Baygall Unit.
- McQueens Landing provides river access and a boat launch. It’s located on County Road 150 south of Steinhagen Lake.
Lower Neches River Corridor Unit
22 miles | Hardin and Jasper Counties
The lower section of the Neches River corridor is located between the Neches Bottom & Jack Gore Baygall Unit and the Beaumont Unit. Use these boat launches for river access:
Little Pine Island – Pine Island Bayou Corridor Unit
29 miles | Hardin and Jefferson Counties
This unit follows the course of Little Pine Island Bayou and its merger with Pine Island Bayou just north of Bevil Oaks. Backcountry camping is NOT allowed in this unit.
Menard Creek Corridor Unit
32 miles | Hardin, Liberty, and Polk Counties
This unit follows the course of Menard Creek from Segno to north of Romayor, where it flows into the Trinity River. Backcountry camping is NOT allowed in this unit.
- Holly Grove Day-Use Area is located off of FM 2798 halfway between Segno and Votaw.
- Birdwatchers Trail (1 mile roundtrip)
Big Sandy Creek Corridor Unit
34 miles | Hardin, Polk, and Tyler Counties
This unit parallels FM 943 and follows the course of Big Sandy Creek before it merges with Kimball Creek to become Village Creek. There are no designated creek access points.