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Alabama - Coushatta

ALABAMA-COUSHATTA TRIBE OF TEXAS To the west of Woodville and Tyler County is the home of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe, Texas’ oldest Indian Reservation. Approximately 500 tribal members call this area of about 4,6 00 acres home. The Alabama-Coushatta goes to great lengths to honor their heritage while they carefully consider how decisions made today will affect the Tribe and its families seven generations forward and seven generations back. This traditional philosophy, combined with a faith-based focus on daily living, helps them stay committed to bettering themselves and their community. We are a place to come relax on our 26-acre Lake Tombigbee and the campground surrounding it with primitive sites to full hook-ups. You can just sit back and relax, go canoeing, swimming or fishing. Cabins and tipis are also available for rent. Join us for special evens planned throughout the year. Children’s Powwow in January; Annual Powwow in June; and the Music Festival & Fireworks in July. For more information on the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe, please call 936/563-1131 or check our website at