Nacogdoches is a small, yet charming city in the state of Texas, with an estimated population of 32.996 residents, according to the 2010 census. Nacogdoches is the home of Stephen F. Austin State University and of the Association for Business Communication. Nacogdoches made international headlines in February 2003, after receiving much of the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster debris. Nacogdoches is the oldest city in Texas and it dates back to 10.000 years ago. Nacogdoches was settled by the Native Americans.
Top Attractions Within Nacogdoches
Old Stone Fort Museum Nacogdoches is a 1936 replica of a structure erected in 1779 by Nacogdoches militia commander Antonio Gil Ibarvo. The original was never actually a fort. After a century serving varied purposes, the original structure was demolished. The replica was erected with help from the local civic organization. The museum is open to visitors and provides historic exhibits.
The Sterne Hoya House Museum and Library in Nacogdoches is famous for being the home of a munitions smugglers during the Fredonian Revolution. The house is wood frame construction on a brick pier foundation, with a beautiful Victorian porch which serves as the entrance. The house has now become a museum, where you can learn more information on the history, culture and civilization of Nacogdoches.
Woodland Hills Golf Club is a golf course in Nacogdoches, where you can enjoy the game of golf in a fun, friendly, and relaxed atmosphere. The golf course is open to public and welcomes players of all skills and levels, from beginner to skilled golfer. The venue has a challenging 18-hole golf course, a driving range, fully stocked pro shop, full service restaurant and bars, all available to meet your needs. The staff is very friendly and will cater to your every need in order to male your stay here a pleasant one.