Nacogdoches: Storied Southern Destination

Founded in the late 1700s, Nacogdoches is not only the oldest town in Texas but also the third-largest city in the Southern Ark-La-Tex area. Located in East Texas, approximately one hour from Tyler, Nacogdoches is known for its year-round entertainment, where residents can enjoy plenty of festival events, like the Texas Blueberry Festival, Nacogdoches Film Festival, Nine Flags Festival, and Heritage Festival & Taste of Nacogdoches. In the Ruby M. Mize Azalea Garden, you can revel in the 6,500 azaleas, 200 camellias, and 180 varieties of Japanese Maple — all of which exhibit the beauty of this charming city. Locals and visitors alike take interest in plenty of family-friendly attractions, such as Splash Kingdom, SFA Planetarium, and Naca Valley Vineyard. Home to Stephen F. Austin State University, this location is a wonderful place for college students, faculty, and staff to reside.

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