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A trip down the Sabine River offers an abundance of sandy beaches, good fishing, swimming and botanical beauty. 



All of the trips down the Sabine will take all day, or longer, so you should plan on an early start. Due to the width of the river you should prepare for little shade, and possibly windy conditions. There are few hazards,  though there may be a class 1-2 rapid, downed trees or stumps depending on the section you choose to paddle. There are few access points along the river, and due to this extreme isolation there is a minimum of two canoes for these trips. The land along the river is mostly privately owned, so should you venture outside of the river banks you must have permission from the property owner. There are abundant and beautiful white sand bars for camping, however, be aware that the river will rise rapidly during power generation so check the high water marks before making camp.

Tack-A-Paw has divided the river into sections:

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    View a summary of Sabine River Trips

SRA Generation Schedules


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