Restored vaudeville theater, built in 1934, is home to a variety of stage plays, music performances and special events. 234 N. Main.
In the restored home of a pioneer timber family, a permanent exhibit features the life of Charles B. Stewart, designer of the state flag and the Texas state seal; plus other historical miscellany and traveling exhibits. Open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wed.-Sat. 1506 I-45 N. Feeder. In Candy Cane Park. www.he...
A 1,725-acre pine and hardwood forest. More than 150 bird species have been identified; it boasts the highest density of rare red-cockaded woodpeckers. The Sweet Leaf Nature Trail has a self-guided tour. Open during daylight hours daily. Five miles southwest via I-45 and F.M. 1488.
On the West Fork of the San Jacinto River, this 22,000 acre lake has 156 miles of shore line and is partly edged by Sam Houston National Forest. Resorts, marinas and campgrounds dot the shore. Lake activities include jet skiing, kayaking, canoeing and boating. Open 24 hours. Hwy 105 West. Dam and...
Park features fishing piers, swimming areas, a playground, picnic areas, volleyball courts and a pavilion. Open 9:30 a.m.-dusk, closed Monday. Admission charge. On Texas 105 seven miles west of I-45.
Open dawn-dusk. Free. 104 I-45 N. www.texasflagpark.com
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