Nacogdoches, Texas sits in the eastern part of the state and is home to Texas’ largest azalea garden. There is evidence from 10,000 years ago of a settlement in the area, likely the Nacogdoche tribe of the Caddo Indians. It’s located at the fork of two creeks, the LaNana and Banita, perfect for cooling off in the hot summer sun. Lake Nacogdoches lies just to the west of the city, and also offers relief from the sun. Go swimming, canoeing, tubing, or boating while exploring these beautiful areas. For hiking and mountain biking among natural scenery, head to Angelina National Forest. South is is the Sam Rayburn Lake, great for boating and fishing, as well as the Sabine National Forest a wooded area for hiking and exploring. Don’t wait - plan your next glamping excursion to Nacogdoches, Texas.


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