Day Trips

Kilgore – 20 Minutes

Kilgore, Texas is a place of great discoveries – home to the greatest oil boom and where the first official dance drill team brought “show business” to the football gridiron. Located in the Piney Woods of East Texas, this is where southern hospitality meets Texas energy. It’s time to find your path to the City of Stars!


Longview – 30 Minutes

Welcome to Longview! We are the East Texas regional hub for fun. We are blue skies and fish fries. We love the Great Texas Balloon Race and Downtown Live concerts. We are outdoor adventure, big trees, parks, trails, biking, and birding. We are ArtWalks, Wine Swirls, and Arboretum strolls. We love our symphony, museums and live theatre. We are Longview, Texas. Come enjoy the view, we have lots to do.


Tyler – 35 Minutes

The Rose Capital of America. From our charming brick streets to our antique shops and specialty stores, Tyler offers a variety of things to see and do. The city is alive with natural beauty including wonderful lakes, adventurous trails, and scenic campgrounds.

Our central location in northeast Texas makes Tyler a hub for the region with easy access to several major cities, making it an ideal getaway for your vacation, weekend getaway, meeting, or group. Come see for yourself. It all starts with a visit!


Jacksonville – 35 Minutes

Jacksonville is known as the “Tomato Capital of the World” from a time when the area was a huge producer and shipper of tomatoes. The Tomato Bowl, a WPA project, is the home of the Jacksonville High School “Fight’n Indians” football and soccer teams.

Antique Shops, specialty boutiques, historical landmarks, local cuisine, beautiful golf course, a popular zipline course, a fun drive-thru Safari Park and the Tomato Bowl all combine to make Jacksonville a unique destination.


Nacogdoches – 45 Minutes

Get away for the weekend to beautiful Nacogdoches, Texas. From antiquing to nature walks, Nacogdoches has something to offer everyone. Stroll the red brick streets of historic downtown and experience the hospitality and charm of the Oldest Town in Texas, hike miles of historic trails that once served as trade routes for Native Americans or break for tea in a Victorian mansion. Our community is filled with photo opportunities and so many reasons to come back to see us again. Find your story here, in Nacogdoches, TX.