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Shenandoah, Texas

Shenandoah was incorporated in 1974. This Montgomery County city is in the East Texas piney woods 30 miles north of Houston. Visitors enjoy an array of first-class shopping, dining, lodging, golfing and entertainment choices.

A wonderful shopping experience in an Old World Venice atmosphere awaits at Portofino Center. Stroll around Roman fountains and 10-foot waterfalls, and indulge in a memorable dining experience at a beautiful patio restaurant. The Flying K Ranch, a working Texas Longhorn Ranch, is home to award-winning Longhorn cattle.

Home of the Shenandoah Golf Trail, the city of Shenandoah is within 30 minutes of seven of the most challenging and famous golf courses in Texas. The trail allows visitors to stay in one hotel yet have easy access to seven top-rated courses.

In nearby Old Town Spring, take a walking ghost and history tour of the city dubbed the Ghost Capital of Texas. In March, attend SpringFest, which includes wine, art and food festivals, and much more. The Texas Crawfish Festival, held in the spring, is the largest crawfish festival outside of Louisiana.

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Things to do near Shenandoah, TX

Cargill Long Park

Two-and-one-half mile walking, jogging, and bike trail flanked by towering pines and native flora. Signed exercise stations; ...

Timber Ridge Tours

Guides/outfitters offer canoe trips, tour boat rides, hikes, van tours, and country cottage in Bit Thicket biosphere. Tours i...

Nature Trails

Canyon Rim Trail is located off Hwy. 87 north of Burkeville. Various tree species and points of interest are identified, and ...

Birthplace of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson

Constructed of bricks made by slaves, the birthplace of former First Lady (born Claudia Taylor) is a handsome two-story struc...

Texas State Railroad

Operated by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, antique steam engines power vintage coaches 25 miles to Palestine in the nat...