The Neches River

Neches River
Often referred to as Texas’ last “wild” river, the Neches flows more than 415 miles through east Texas, primarily through the Big Thicket region, and into Sabine Lake on the Gulf Coast, forming a natural boundary between many counties including Van Zandt and Smith; Houston and Angelina; Angelina and Trinity; Angelina and Polk; Angelina and Tyler.

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