Hunting in Chambers County
The Wild Side of Chambers County is a popular destination for hunting in the fall, winter & conservation seasons – specifically for dove & waterfowl. Somewhat divided by the Trinity River, the county surrounds Trinity Bay and extends from the south end of Big Pine country -down to the Gulf waters of the Upper Texas Coast. The western portion of the county is more urbanized and the eastern portion of the county is more agricultural and includes more of the public lands. Rice farming and cattle ranching operations are a significant part of the landscape in eastern Chambers County, with additional wildlife wetlands & grazing areas due to conservation efforts by our National Wildlife Refuges and private land owners. Area Map below.
Alligator Hunting is limited to September. One of the favorite year-round “spotting” adventures is of the American Alligator and its population in Chambers County. The US Fish & Wildlife Dept. watch their numbers closely to keep the ecology in balance in the bayous, marshes and wetlands.
Area 0utfitters, guides and places to hunt can be found using the Hunting page corresponding map below, and this suggested list of most of the suppliers/guides in the Wild Side. Chambers County has many opportunities on private, public and federal lands for hunting. Sites and businesses are listed in a Google map to help you find the best location and get directions. Each listing includes a description of that location and, when available, a link to that specific web site.
Just for your Information – Threatened or Endangered species in Chambers County
Visit the visitor center for the US Fish and Wildlife refuges, Texas Chenier Plain Visitor Center, also known as the Anahuac NWR Visitor Center – located in Chambers County – two miles south of I-10 on Hwy 563, alongside Lake Anahuac. Phone:(409) 267-3337. The Visitor Center is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. The new Visitor Station is now open at the ANWR destination at Hwy 1985 location.
US Army Core of Engineers run the Wallisville Project and all of it’s fishing & hunting sites. Go to TPWD for hunting permits for these outdoor sites.
Places to Stay: A variety of lodging is available in the county. Lodging sites are listed on the area lodging page and we offer RV/Camping sites as well.
Weather: Chambers County Weather – Wunderground
Chambers County, TX, gets 53 inches of rain per year. The US average is 37. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 90. On average, there are 211 sunny days per year in Chambers County, TX. The July high is around 92 degrees. The January low is 42.
Things to Know or Bring: In addition to your normal travel clothes make sure bring appropriate gear for your activity. When hunting be sure to have current licenses and permits for where and when you are hunting. Be sure to bring out everything 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.This information and more is available at http://www.bestplaces.net/climate/county/texas/chambers.
Links to local Chambers of Commerce are provide below for more information about areas of the county.