Ragtown Recreation Area

Notice: Tornado on the Sabine National Forest forces closure of Ragtown Recreation Area.  U.S. Forest Service News Release: April 29, 2019.

Ragtown Recreation Area is located on the Texas shore of Toledo Bend Reservoir. Ragtown offers something for everyone: camping, hiking, fishing, bird watching, and nature at its best.  The campground is nestled high on a bluff that faces east.  There are 12 double-family camping units, 13 single-family camping units, a double-laned public boat ramp, and a parking lot.  Ragtown campsites are surrounded by southern pine and hardwood trees.  Each is equipped with a picnic table, tent pad, parking spur, and a campfilre ring that can be used as a cooking grill.  Visitors can enjoy Mother Nature's Hiking Trail which loops around the campground for one mile.  Ragtown is a bird watcher's paradise.  This recreation area is owned by the USFS Sabine National Forest and operated by the Sabine River Authority of Texas.

Follow Highway 87 from Center, Texas, 11 miles; turn left (east) on FUM 139 for 6 miles; bear right onto FM 3184 and follow 4 miles to enterance.

Additional information is available from the National Forests and Grasslands in Texas here.

Steven Dougharty, Division Manager
Ryan Pay, Assistant Division Manager

450 Spur 135
Burkeville, TX 75932

409-565-2273
409-565-2338 Fax

tbd@sratx.org