Sabine River

The mighty Sabine River is more than 500 miles of magnificent scenery and wildlife. The good ol’ Sabine, which is Spanish for “cypress,” runs right on down the Louisiana -Texas border and straight into the Gulf of Mexico. Back in the day, Indians and early explorers used the river to travel throughout the region and there’s even talk of the famous Jean Lafitte and his pirates used the river to hide treasure, but that may be scuttlebutt.

Grab a boat and explore the banks of this beautiful landmark, from top to bottom. Whether you like to fish and waterski or just cruise and enjoy the view, the Sabine River is one of the things that make this area so unique.