Camden Hunting Club(CHC) is located in Polk and Tyler counties in East Texas.  The club was formed in 1957 and consists of 18,061 acres of highly managed white-tailed deer habitat.  CHC is a family oriented club where your membership includes your spouse and children.
We subscribe to the principles of Quality Deer Management Association(QDMA) which recommends adding supplemental protein,  passing up younger bucks in order to improve buck age structure and harvesting an adequate number of anterless deer.
Our regular membership is limited to 106 which gives a ratio of one membership to 170 acres. 
CHC consists of 18,061 acres in Polk and Tyler counties.  The land has gentle rolling hills, flowing creeks, hardwood bottoms, a fifty four acre lake and various aged pine forests.  Pipelines crisscross the property which gives ample opportunity for food plots.
The lake offers good fishing and duck hunting.  As over most of East Texas, hog hunting is good.
We have two main camping areas available with electrical service available through Entergy.  See membership page for 911 address.
CHC land is managed by Resource Management Systems (RMS)
  1. CHC offers 2 main camps with electricity available through Entergy for our members.
  2. Hogs can be hunted year round with no limit. (see hunting rules for more info)
  3. CHC has 3 bodies of water located on the lease. The largest is aprox 54 acres in size.
  4. CHC has a shooting range for their members
CHC is governed by a board of directors which is listed below:
Joe Caraway
Jim Amerine 936-635-6264
Don Franklin 713-203-0228
Runt Brewster 936-831-3053
Don Forehand 713-824-3855
Dennis Jones  832-452-5782
Scott McMahan  832-748-8121
Pasture Rider
Runt Brewster