No. One of the two primitive camp sites.
If you ain't havin' fun, you're doin' it wrong
Isn't camping restricted to designated areas for the Davy Crockett Forest (4C Trail) as well? Do we have a map of those sites or are they all closed too?
This from http://www.stateparks.com/davy_crock..._in_texas.html
Dispersed camping is permitted in most parts of the National Forest year round, but is restricted to 25 designated hunter camps during the fall deer season to provide a safer hunting experience. A map of these camps is available at the ranger district office in early September.
Actually, here is the map of hunter's camps:
Davy Crockett National Forest closed areas include:
-- Longleaf hunter camp off Forest Service Road (FSR) 568
-- Piney hunter camp off FSR 571
-- South Possum Walk hunter camp off FSR 586
-- Pennington hunter camp off FSR 557
-- County Line hunter camp off FSR 516
-- White Rock hunter camp off FSR 514/514D
-- Ratcliff Lake hunter camp off State Highway 7
-- Pine Springs hunter camp off FSR 524A
-- Centerville hunter camp off FSR 539
-- Neches Bluff #2 hunter camp off FSR 511F
Looks like #s 16, 17, and 19 are open on the 4C trail.
Roughly scaling that map, its 12 +/- miles to the Ratcliff so making the turn around point somewhere south of FS511 would fit the bill.