Welcome to Chambers County, Texas!
Located within our county lines are miles of beautiful coastline, fresh and salt water, coastal marsh, mature woodlands, coastal prairie, bayous and channels - not to mention the boat full of small town hospitality. Chambers County has all the resources for a great outdoor adventure in the Wild Side!
A few notable sites in the county include the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge and their Visitor Center (Texas Chenier Plain Visitor Center), The Trinity River Island Recreation Area – part of the US Army Corps of Engineers Wallisville Project, Candy Abshier Wildlife Management area and numerous incredible county parks.
You, your family and friends might paddle along a bayou (creek), visit a working vineyard, boat in the bays, wildlife/bird watch, pick your own berries on a farm, hunt or fish – freshwater or saltwater, camp on a historic site or cycle around a bay! And with all these activities – the opportunities for great photography outings is amazing. You will want to plan on staying for several days to enjoy all the outdoor fun.
Come Visit Our Wild Side for a Great outdoor experience. Chambers County is located between Houston and Beaumont, on both sides of I-10, essentially from Baytown to Winnie, High Island to Mont Belvieu. Nature tourism and Outdoor fun is everywhere!
The new ChambersWild “Visit the Wild Side” Map
of Chambers County is now available!
All the ”Wild Side” destinations, area lodging, services and support for visiting the ChambersWild outdoors – is on this map. Great directions included on finding all the adventure locations and photos to excite your imagination. You will be able to pick it up FREE very soon at Visitor Centers around the State, at area Chambers of Commerce, local retail outlets around the County and at various events in Chambers County and public “adventure and outdoor” shows. around the region. If you would like one right away – send us a note with mailing address to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chambers County Adventure
- Chambers County Agritourism
- Chambers County Birding
- Chambers County Fishing
- Chambers County Hunting
Map showing a mix of all selected activities in the County
View Chambers County- Activities in a larger map
Getting information for More Fun outside: Links to local Chambers of Commerce are provide below for more information about areas of the county.
Visit the new visitor center near Anahuac - for the southeast Texas US Fish and Wildlife refuges, including Anahuac NWR and McFaddin NWR, called the Texas Chenier Plain Visitor Center. It is located two miles south of I-10 on Hwy. 563, alongside Lake Anahuac. The Visitor Center is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, but the boardwalk is open daily, 365 days a year. Address: Texas Chenier Plain Refuges Complex, Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, 4017 FM 563, Anahuac, Texas 77514 Phone:(409) 267-3337.
The Visitor Center provides information on nature sightseeing and other activities and features a high-quality interactive interpretive display which includes an airboat ride simulator, and an elevated boardwalk through a cypress tree swamp alongside Lake Anahuac.
Map of The Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge – by Friends of Anahuac NWR
Chambers County, TX, gets 53 inches of rain per year (the US average is 37). Snowfall is 0 inches, which makes a winter visit mighty inviting as the average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 90.
On average, there are 211 sunny days per year in Chambers County, TX.
|Avg. July High||92|
|Avg. Jan. Low||42.3|
Keep informed: with our News Blog: To keep up with activities and opportunities for outdoor recreation in Chambers County, please subscribe to our blog. See the right column of most pages on chamberswild.com.
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Things to Know or Bring: In addition to your normal travel clothes make sure you bring appropriate gear for your activity. Binoculars, cameras, sunscreen, SPF lipbalm, and sun hat/cap should be on your list regardless of activity. Be sure to carry out all items & trash you bring in, and if you encounter a piece of litter, pick it up and place it in a proper trash container. This will help continue the quality of outdoor experiences here and protect wildlife.