Where Would You Like To Look?

  • Tyler

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  • Whitehouse

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  • Lindale

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  • Chandler

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  • Bullard

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  • Flint

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  • Canton

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  • Van

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  • Brownsborro

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  • Murchison

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  • Athens

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  • Jacksonville

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Read about each city below.

Tyler, Texas

Tyler is known for being the rose capital of America. Charming brick streets. Antique shops and unique specialty stores. Crystal-clear lakes. Challenging golf courses and scenic campgrounds. Tyler, Texas has something for everyone. Centrally located in Northeast Texas, Tyler is a hub for the region and easily accessible to several major cities, making it the best choice for your next get-away, meeting, or group event in East Texas. We guarantee you’ll have a blooming good time!

Some Main Attractions Include:

Tyler Rose Garden, Tyler State Park, The Azalea & Spring Flower Trail, Texas Rose Horse Park, and Texas Rose Festival!

Whitehouse, Texas

The quiet town of Whitehouse is a little South-East of Tyler. Great schools, quaint community, and within ten minutes of Lake Tyler makes this town one of the most desired areas to live.

Some Main Attractions Include:

Brair Creek Vineyards, Whitehouse Splash Waterpark, and Lake Tyler!

Lindale, Texas

Founded in 1871, Lindale is one of the fastest growing communities in East Texas experiencing unprecedented growth. Mostly known for being the hometown of country music superstar Miranda Lambert. Lindale features many attractions and has one of the best school districts in the area. This town is growing fast, so be sure to move fast if you are looking to get into the area.

Some Main Attractions Include:

The Pink Pistol, Red 55 Winery, The Cannery, Faulkner Park Nature Trails and Pond, Old Mill Pond Museum, Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge, and the local farmer's market!

Chandler, Texas

Located a few miles west of Tyler, makes this perfect if you are looking for a small town that is not to far away from the big city. This may be a small town, but does not have a short list of things to do. Chandler is also known for their annual Chandler Pow Wow! A event that includes a parade, arts & crafts vendors, delicious food, a pet costume contest, a CASI Chili Cookoff and much, much more.

Some Main Attractions Include:

Lake Palestine, River Park, Blue Moon Gardens, McCain Park, Chandler Museum, Waterpark at the Villages, and all the Tyler attractions are close!

Bullard, Texas

Bullard is located between Tyler and Jacksonville, and south of the communities of Gresham and Flint. It offers a highly-rated public school system as well as The Brook Hill School, a private school known throughout the Tyler area. Bullard is experiencing exponential growth and has gained a reputation as a great place to live.

Some Main Attractions Include:

American Freedom Museum, Peachtree and Oak Hurst Golf Course, Cherokee Trace Drive Thru Safari, Horseback riding at Tarrant Ranch, Cactus Go Kart Speedway, and Kiepersol Resturant and Winery-Vineyard.

Flint, Texas

Flint is just south of the big city of Tyler. This town has a reputation as a great place to live with its gated communities and beautiful subdivisions. Flint may not have many big attractions, but it is in the middle of the surrounding towns that offer a great veriety of attractions and things to do.

Some Main Attractions Include:

Many different Golf Courses to choose from, Local Parks, Lake Tyler, Lake Palestine, and many other recreational activities!

Canton, Texas

Canton is located roughly 60 miles east of Dallas, Texas. As the seat of Van Zandt County and host of the original world-famous First Monday Trade Days, Canton is the center of activity not only for a thriving county, but also for much of East Texas. First Monday has attracted restaurants, shops, and businesses not usually found in other small towns.

Some Main Attractions Include:

Buffalo Creek MX Park, Splash Kingdom Waterpark, Van Zandt Country Club, Yesterland Farm, Van Zandt County Veterans Memorial, Old City Lake, and Van Zandt Rodeo-County Fairgrounds!

Van, Texas

Located about 75 miles east of Dallas and 26 miles northwest of Tyler. A quiet town away from it all. Van is most famous for its farming and rural area. If you find yourself in need of entertainment, it's a short drive to Canton and all of its offerings.

Some Main Attractions Include:

This town shares attractions with Canton's.

Brownsborro, Texas

Brownsboro, the oldest town in Henderson County, is centrally located between Athens and Tyler. This is a small town with a close community. A perfect place if you are looking to get away from the big city and be part of a small community. Brownsboro is located between two premier lakes: Lake Palestine and Ceder Creek Lake. Many attractions are within easy driving distance of Brownsboro. As Athens, Canton, and Tyler are within driving distance there are plenty of things to do. Brownsboro exemplifies small-town living in the easy, relaxed way of a by-gone era.

Some Main Attractions Include:

This town shares attractions with Athens, Canton, and Tyler.

Murchison, Texas

This small town was established in 1876, Murchinson is located a few miles North-East of Athens. Perfect for anyone wanting to be away from the big city life, but close enough to drive into the big city for the amenities.

Some Main Attractions Include:

Echo Springs Blueberry Farm, White Fox Vineyards, and also shares attractions with Athens, Canton, and Tyler.

Athens, Texas

Athens has the charm of a small southern town while still retaining many of the qualities of a larger city. With Dallas and Tyler only a short drive away, Athens is the perfect spot to live, work, and play for those who want the benefits of a smaller city and easy access to larger metro areas.

Some Main Attractions Include:

3 P's in a Vine, Athens Bowling Center, Athens Brewing Co., Farmers Market, Motocross Park, Cain Park, Coleman Park, Echo Springs Blueberry Farm, East Texas Arboretum, Henderson County Preforming Arts Center, Henderson County Regional Fair Park, Lake Athens, and many more!

Jacksonville, Texas

Jacksonville also known as "Tomato Capital of the World". Primarily, for its area production and shipping of tomatoes. Jacksonville holds an annual "Tomato Fest" in May to celebrate the little red delicacy they have become known for. You can find this town south of Tyler, after a trip down the highway.

Some Main Attractions Include:

Adrenaline Rush Zip Line Tours, River Run ATV Park, Neches River National Wildlife Refuge, Vanishing Texana Museum, Love's Lookout, and Cherokee Trace Drive-Thru Safari!