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TCA Chairman Mack Turner was awarded the Charlie Shaw Award by National Wildlife Federation at NWF's 2014 Annual Meeting

The State Paddling Trail system established by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is one of the coolest things in Texas recreation!

More than seventy trails have been designated in Texas rivers, streams, lakes, swamps, and coastal waters.  Each has kiosks at put-in and take-out points, describing the trail, providing a map, and giving key information, some also have markers to keep paddlers on track.

TCA works with TPWD to establish new trails and promote existing trails.  TPWD’s website has all the trails.  Or enjoy TCA’s website of hiking and paddling trails in East Texas, EastTexasOutdoors.org.

Mack Turner, Chairman

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Cherokee Neches River FLOAT

Click on an image to see photos from the September 16 event!

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