Historic Redlands Building
Built in 1914, The Redlands is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was originally a hotel but best known for being headquarters for the International & Great Northern Railroad. Located within minutes of city businesses and attractions the Redlands is easily accessible to restaurants, antique/unique shops and entertainment.
Caddo Mounds State Historic Site
Caddo Indians known as the Hasinai built a village and ceremonial center 26 miles west of present-day Nacogdoches. The site was the southwestern-most ceremonial center for the great Mound Builder culture. Today, three earthen mounds still rise from the lush Pineywoods landscape at Caddo Mounds State Historic Site, a Texas Historical Commission property. The site is located on the original El Camino Real de los Tejas trail, dating before European exploration. The museum exhibits approximately 200 artifacts dating from A.D. 750–A.D. 1400, including pottery, tools, and weapons.
Texas Forest Trail Region
The Texas Forest Trail Region is part of the Texas Heritage Trails Program (THTP) an award-winning heritage tourism initiative by the Texas Historical Commission’s (THC). Spanning 35 counties from the Oklahoma-Arkansas border to the Gulf of Mexico, the region encompasses great stories of boom and bust in oil and timber, the early rebellion leading to the Texas Revolution, the El Camino Real de los Tejas, and the mystery and manners you’d expect from the lush, sweet spot between the Old South and the Wild West.