(Huntsville) - Don't miss the historical reenactments, live music and dance, knife-throwing contest and kids' games at the General Sam Houston Folk Festival in Huntsville.
(Henderson) - Step back in time where history comes alive. Henderson is located in the Piney Woods of East Texas. Visit the National Register Historic District-Downtown filled with specialty shops, antique stores and unique merchandise. Take in the oilfield driving tour, which features museums and shopping. Bed and breakfast inns await you, and dining pleasures are endless.
(Huntsville) - Huntsville offers visitors an array of discoveries - history, nature, prominent state institutions, antiques - all mixed with hometown hospitality. The small-town, historic flair of Huntsville brings new meaning to 'Texas Charm'. There's truly something for everyone in Huntsville, Texas.
(Huntsville) - If you have never visited the Huntsville Antique Show before, you don’t know what you are missing. Held indoors at the air-conditioned Walker County Fairgrounds, we’ll be celebrating our 12th year of bringing a vintage wonderland to our little corner of East Texas.
(Jacksonville) - The breathtaking charm of the Jacksonville area is reflected in the lives of the people who live here. Each part of the year brings new and exciting activities where visitors are welcomed and entertained. Come stroll through our neck of the woods, where majestic pines and blue lakes are the answer to everyday worries and cares.
(Kilgore) - Surrounded by the pine forest and clear blue lakes of East Texas, Kilgore is a vibrant city that blends its rich oil field heritage with a variety of fascinating attractions and events. A visit may not get you a brand new oil well, but we promise fun for the whole family.
(Lufkin) - Located in the heart of the Texas Forest Country. You can spend the morning bird watching, then the afternoon sinking birdies on one of our top-rated golf courses. Bike a trail one day, then enjoy the sunset at Lake Sam Rayburn. Spend all day shopping for antiques or unique finds. Where wilderness meets culture, there’s Lufkin. What will you do when you get here?
(Mount Pleasant) - Need to get away from the daily grind in the city? Consider a visit to Mount Pleasant! This Texas Main Street City is conveniently located in Interstate 30 about 2 hours East of Dallas. Nestled in the woods and lakes of Northeast Texas, Mount Pleasant is the gateway to some of the best fishing and water recreation in the state – with Lake Bob Sandlin, Lake Monticello, Lake Cypress Springs, Lake Welsh and others just minutes away.
(Nacogdoches) - Discover beautiful Nacogdoches – the Oldest Town in Texas! Texas' first city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state. Visitors come to Nacogdoches to discover the city's historic past, research their ancestors and to enjoy the slow-paced and relaxing atmosphere. From antiquing to nature walks, Nacogdoches has something to offer everyone.
(Huntsville) - You have never see a show like The Rusty Chippy Show before, you don’t know what you are missing. Held indoors at the air-conditioned Walker County Fairgrounds, we’ll be celebrating our third year of bringing an Antique, Vintage and Re-Purpose wonderland to our little corner of East Texas.
(Huntsville) - The Walker County Historical Commission, Sam Houston Memorial Museum, and the Sam Houston Statue and Visitors Center announce the Annual Texas Independence Day and General Sam Houston’s Birthday Celebration.