Lyndon B. Johnson National Grassland

A large red oak at LBJ National Grassland

Lyndon B. Johnson National Grassland is a 20,309-acre property in northeast Texas (northwest of Fort Worth) in the Oak Woodland Prairie Region. The "Grassland" is actually about 60 to 70 percent wooded. The property is primarily used for hiking, camping, horseback riding, hunting and fishing but you'll usually find cattle grazing somewhere on the land. Access to most areas (and use thereof) is free but there are a few areas with developed campgrounds that charge a nominal fee for use.

Like Caddo National Grassland and the four National Forests in Texas, LBJ National Grassland is administered out of an office in Lufkin, Texas. There is a local ranger district office in Decatur.

Map of LBJ National Grassland
LBJ National Grassland map: Click on the map to see a larger version
Upper photo courtesy of Wikipedia userid Eapender, CCA-by-SA 3.0 License
Other photo courtesy of Jim Crooks, US Forest Service
Maps courtesy of the US Forest Service