Nacogdoches is in the Nacogdoches County, located 40
miles of Houston, 180 miles of Dallas and 90 miles
of Shreveport. Nacogdoches County was organized in
1837. Both city and county were named after the
Caddo family of Indians who once lived in the area.
Local literature describes Nacogdoches as the oldest
town in Texas, using 1716 as the date.
One of the city's most popular visitor spots is
downtown Nacogdoches with its amazing architecture
and sites. If you are into shopping, you will find a
great selection of specialty and antique stores near
Nacogdoches Hotels, including
numerous shops, restaurants or art galleries.
Millard's Crossing Historic Village, Old Stone Fort,
University Mall, Piney Woods Country Club and
Woodland Hills Golf Course are some additional
attractions that might be of interest to you.
Located between the lakes and forests of East Texas,
Nacogdoches is an Eden for the outdoors enthusiasts.
You can go fishing, skiing, camping or boating on
Lake Nacogdoches or Sam Rayburn Reservoir.
If you would like to go back in time for a few
moments, you could enjoy a stroll through Millard's
Crossing, a collection of restored 19th century
buildings. You must not miss Stephen F. Austin State
University, home to almost 12,000 students, and the
Old Stone Fort, where Texas's first two newspapers
The Nacogdoches Municipal Airport is located nearby
Nacogdoches Hotels. If you
would like to sample the local cuisine a few
restaurants, including Garden of Good Eatin', Golden
Corral, Szechuan Chinese Restaurant and the Cotton
Patch Cafe, are also in the area.
Make time to discover the native beauty as well as
the charm of the oldest town in Texas- Nacogdoches.
From historical buildings, to eclectic restaurants
or antique shops, Nacogdoches has it all!