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Experience harmony with nature in the great outdoors. Whether you are planning a family trip to enjoy a day boating, hiking,and camping, or hunting in the wooded splendor of East Texas, Longview is the place to start your adventure.

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2385 Smelley Road, Longview, Texas, 75605
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903-753-4515
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18 Holes-Par 70 for men and women. Open 7 days a week Come on out and enjoy a game with us.

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2695 Alpine Road, Longview, Texas, 75605
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903-753-4515
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Divine Nine - Lighted Par 3 course and Driving range. Open 7 days a week

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3112 North 4th Street, Longview, Texas, 75605
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903-237-1270
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3 miles of paved trail, recognized as a Certified National Recreational Trail Parking Areas: 3112 Forth St, Walnut Hills, Parking lot of Hollybrook Dr.

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1045 FM 2011, Longview, Texas, 75605
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903-212-7468
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The East Texas Rifle & Pistol Club (ETRPC) is a private, non-profit, National Rifle Association, Texas State Rifle Association, and CMP affiliated club. We have proudly served the city of Longview and surrounding East Texas areas for over 50 years by providing a safe, family-oriented environment with a wide variety of firearms related training and recreational activities. Private outdoor shooting area with 11 ranges. Must be 21 and older.

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100 Grand Blvd., Longview, Texas, 75605
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7 Miles of Tree-lined trail. Difficulty: Easy-Moderate Trail-head is located in the Maude Cobb parking lot. Look for the sign on the East end of parking lot. IF you would like more information on this trail please call parks and recreation. 903-237-1270

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301 Tupelo, Longview, Texas, 75605
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18 Holes: Easy Mostly flat. most holes are pretty easy. Runs along a large creek in a multi-use park (basketball, tennis, and playground). Varies from cleared grassy areas to holes nestled among trees. This course is great for a noon time round as it can be played in @ an hour

Address:
1400 North Tenth Street, Longview, Texas, 75605
Phone:
903-753-9012
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903-237-1270
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Swimming pools, pavilions, and restrooms

Address:
100 H.G. Mosley Parkway, Longview, Texas, 75604
Phone:
903-237-1270
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10,000 ft with 3 themed play areas Please call first for large groups and party's.

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100 H. G. Mosley, Longview, Texas, 75604
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903-237-1270
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A public playground managed by the City of Longview Please call to RSVP for you Party 903-237-1270

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Highway 259 North, Longview, Texas
Phone:
903-665-2336
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Just north of Longview on Hwy 259, Lake O' The Pines is a popular recreation, fishing and camping lake. Covering 18,700 acres, the lake is located on Cypress Creek. The lake offers excellent fishing crappie, bass and channel catfish. It is the site each year of the KYKX Big Bass Bonanza. This number is the Corp of Engineers office and it will give you a list to pick from for other lake area numbers. Like camp sites, and more.

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3275 Texas 42, Longview, Texas, 75604
Phone:
903-759-9251
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The 18-hole "Longview" course at the Longview Country Club facility in Longview, Texas features 5,840 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70 . The course rating is 66.9 and it has a slope rating of 102. Designed by Moore, Brewer & Parvino, the Longview golf course opened in 1965. Debbie Plaxco manages the course as the General Manager. Longview Country Club Golf Only facility 20 tees driving range 18 regulation holes

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1111 West Fairmont Street, Longview, Texas, 75604
Phone:
903-297-3774
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Six lane race pool with diving board, zero depth entry to 4'6" recreation pools with raindrop slide

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3297 Tryon Rd, Longview, Texas, 75605
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This is a new trail and we currently have about 3 miles of trail with more to come. This trail has some good hills and good flow and is great for biking/hiking/running. It is beginner friendly but also challenging for advanced riders. Trail is located on private land but is open to the public. Please follow all rules posted at the trail head. source: Mobberly Baptist Church Trail Trail Status: OPEN – there are still a few muddy spots, please stay on the trail and ride through them not around them

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6284 N SH 155, Gilmer, Texas, 75645
Phone:
903-797-4066
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BMRA is the Texas Motorized Trail Coalition's first property and was officially opened in July 2000. It has become one of the premier off-highway parks in the United States. BMRA is one of the largest projects funded principally using the Recreational Trails program grant Process. Some of BMRA's amenities include full shower and bath facilities, several vault toilets throughout the property, rental cabins, and a well amarked trail system utilizing unobtrusive trail signage. These signs are now being used at many off-road facilities.This beautiful eighteen hundred fifty acre park is a shining example of what TMTC and its members and volunteers can accomplish. TMTC and BMRA have been recognized by great orgaizations. Please check out our website for lots more info.

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245 Park Road 2, Karnack, Texas, 75661
Phone:
903-679-3351
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Camping, hiking, swimming, picnicking, nature study, fishing, and boating. Canoe rentals, and pontoon boat tours. A natural lake, its huge expanse of 26,800 acres spreads over portions of both Texas and Louisiana. It is a superb fishing lake for bass, crappie and sunfish. The state has marked 42 miles of "boat roads" to guide the sportsman through the maze of confusing channels.

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County Road 2211 East, Tatum, Texas, 75691
Phone:
903-522-1901
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ATV/Off-road park with variety of terrain types. Welcome To Alligator Run Yall! Alligator Run Offroad Park is the largest ATV / Offroad park in Texas to ride, roam and relax on! We have a huge variety of types of terrain here for all skill levels of people and many add-ons such as our sand drags, monster truck mudpits, sand dune climbs and jumps, our "Twist & Shout" obstacle course and more! Regular weekend daytime riders, $10 per person and $10 per bike. Be out by morning. We have 70 deluxe campsites with water and electricity, 120 RV spots with water, electricity and sewage and enough primitive camping for thousands. Food concessions are available every weekend, plus we also have firewood, ice and wash bays, and we have all-new, friendly staff to help you out! Add to this many great, fun party events throughout the year and you'll be having a blast when you come to Alligator Run! Check out our wonderful website for more things happening at Gator Park.

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, Quitman, Texas
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Located on a tributary of the Sabine River, the 27,690 acre lake had very little of its timber cleared. Very popular among those fishing for bass, blue and channel catfish, and white crappie. Lake Fork Reservoir is located 65 miles east of Dallas on the on Lake Fork Creek, a major tributary of the Sabine River between Quitman, Alba, Emory, and Yantis, Texas. At 27,690 acres and 315 miles of shoreline, Lake Fork was designed a premier bass fishing lake and currently holds records for 34 out of the Top 50 largemouth bass caught in Texas. If fishing is your sport then check out our Lake Fork waterfront homes and vacation rentals

Address:
, Tatum, Texas
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Popular with local fishermen and boaters, this 5,020 acre lake holds bass, crappie, bluegill and other panfish. Access is 4 miles southwest of Tatum via Texas 43.

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