Explore Nacogdoches

Nacogdoches played a vital role in Texas history. Nine flags have flown over the town and several legendary Texans, including four signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence, are buried in Oak Grove Cemetery near downtown. Several other historic sites and landmarks line the quaint streets, and the city takes advantage of every opportunity to celebrate its home-town charm with family-friendly festivals and other special events unique to this area.

Higher education has had an enormous influence on the town. The Old University Building was home to Nacogdoches University, the first nonsectarian university established in the state, and Stephen F. Austin State University provides a steady stream of world-class cultural activities and NCAA Division I sporting events for residents to enjoy.

As the official Garden Capital of Texas, Nacogdoches is home to Texas' largest azalea garden, The Ruby M. Mize Azalea Garden.

From fine cuisine to casual dining, Nacogdoches has a selection of restaurants to satisfy every taste.

Residents of Nacogdoches and the surrounding communities enjoy an abundance of large retailers in shopping centers across the city, as well as several unique, locally owned specialty shops.

When it's time to take a break from fishing, play a round at one of the nearby Nacogdoches golf courses.

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