About US

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ChambersWild is a Nature Tourism Initiative created by ChaRT and Chambers County residents to share information on our abundant natural resources and promote the diverse outdoor experiences available and to be enjoyed by – local citizens and visitors.  We also aim to help provide new  jobs, business opportunities, and economic growth for the County through nature-based tourism.

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For all the lists of destinations and events that make Chambers County such an inviting destination,  for get-aways, and vacations – visit our Activities page first.

 

ChambersWild offers several printed pieces that are helpful to the public in learning about the “Wild Side” of Chambers County – and if your destination or event would like to help us spread the word – just reach out and we will provide you with any of the following:

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We are proud of this initiative, a program conducted by the Chambers Recovery Team (ChaRT) as part of its implementation of the Long-Term Community Hurricane Recovery Plan for Chambers County. This program is being developed with the cooperation, expertise, and guidance of Texas AgriLife Extension Nature Tourism Program, and is funded by Chambers County.

 

 

 

And newly available is the ChambersWild Nature Tourism Map – highlighting all the incredible waterways, wildlife refuges, state WMA, county parks, rookeries, rivers, bays, bayous, ponds  & visitor centers in chambers County:

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If you would like to display these rack cards, or map – at your hotel, business or organization to distribute to visitors please contact us:
chambersnature@gmail.com

 

Thank you for visiting our website, we hope to see you in Chambers County, Texas soon!

You can also find us on Facebook

The map below shows  approximate boundaries of Chambers County, Texas

Chambers County Map

The initiative is a program conducted by the  Chambers Recovery Team (ChaRT) as part of its implementation of the Long-Term Community Hurricane Recovery Plan for Chambers County.  This program is being developed with the cooperation, expertise, and guidance of Texas AgriLife Extension Nature Tourism Program, and is funded by Chambers County.

 

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