In the heart of the Texas Forest Country, this is one of the most beautiful, cultural and historically rich regions of Texas. Home of vast lumber and wood-products industries, this city also offers access to outdoor recreation in nearby national forests and the Sam Rayburn Reservoir. The Angelina County Chamber of Commerce and many local businesses can provide recreational maps of reservoir.
The area produces more than a million board-feet of saw timber annually and major volume of pulp wood from short- and longleaf pines, cypress, hickory, oak, gum and magnolia. Sites of historical interest are marked throughout city. Home to Angelina Junior College.
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