“ Land Between the Lakes”
Sandwiched by the counties of Shelby and Newton to the north and south, and the Toledo Bend Reservoir and San Augustine County to the east and west, Sabine County is a land of lofty forests, flowing streams and some of the best fishing in the country. With its entire eastern edge bounded by the reservoir and with Lake Sam Rayburn only a few miles to the west, fishing is undoubtedly Sabine County's most popular pastime.
A significant percentage of the county's 577 square-mile area is water, which means that this is where you should go if you're looking for Toledo Bend, TX waterfront property. Aside from the lake (which has numerous coves and inlets that wind inland), Sabine also has half a dozen major waterways cutting across it. Feeding the Sabine River are the eastbound bayous of Patroon, Palo Gauche and Housen, and the Six Mile and Sandy creeks. Bear Creek can be found along Sabine's southwestern border.
Hickory, oak and pine grow thick and tall in Sabine County, a place where nature is ever-present – and where folks wouldn't have it any other way. The trees and lake are home to such diverse creatures as fierce raptors, seemingly slow alligators and beavers that build their own versions of the dam. Truly, Sabine County is a region of beauty and diversity – it's time you got to know it better.