WALNUT CREEK (Sabine County). Walnut Creek rises four miles southwest of Hemphill in southwestern Sabine County, (at 31°17' N, 93°51' W) and runs northeast for five miles to its mouth on Sixmile Creek (at 31°13' N, 93°49' W). The area is gently sloping to moderately steep and lies wholly within the Sabine National Forest.

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