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Nacogdoches, Texas

  • El Camino Real

    "The King's Highway;" first blazed in 1691 by Domingo Teran de los Rios, first provincial governor of Texas. Often called "Old San Antonio Road" (OSR), route is virtually that of today's Texas 21....
    El Camino Real
  • La Calle del Norte

    Spanish for "The Street of the North," currently North Street in Nacogdoches, believed to be oldest public thoroughfare in the U.S. Long before Spanish explorers discovered and named it, route connect...
    La Calle del Norte

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Sterne-Hoya House Museum and Library

Built in 1830 by Nicholas Adolphus Sterne, a prominent merchant and Texas revolution leader, the house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Nacogdoches, TX Historic Homes

Millard's Crossing

A reconstructed historic village on 37 acres just north of the city depicts a broad sampling of East Texas architecture from the most simple log cabin to Victorian, all furnished with antiques. (U.S. 59 north)

Nacogdoches, TX Historic Towns

Old North Church

Believed to be oldest union church in Texas; several denominations worshiped here. First was Baptist service held under a tree on the site in 1835. Present "new" church built in 1852. Protestant services were unlawful in Texas during church's early days. North of city off U.S. 59 on old Highway 35

Nacogdoches, TX Historic Churches


Oak Grove Cemetery

Graves date from 1837. Several interesting monuments;

Nacogdoches, TX Cemeteries

Things to do near Nacogdoches, TX

Houstan County Lake Boating/Launch Ramps

County Boat Ramp From Loop 304 in Crockett, take FM 229 approximately 9 miles west. The boat ramp is on the north side of ...

Davy Crockett National Forest

Nearest entrance is about 11 miles west on Texas 94....

Hudnall Planetarium

At Tyler Junior College, planetarium is one of Texas' largest. Among exhibits are replicas of exploratory space vehicles. Cam...

Silsbee Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...