Nearest entrance about 11 miles south on Texas 147.
Located on the Ayish Bayou, the T.L.L. Temple Room is surrounded by gold-leaf paintings depicting the history of San Augustine. Views from the cabin overlook 30-40 different kinds of trees and bluebird houses donated by the garden club. 611 W. Columbia St.
An early district court judge, Cullen lived in this large Greek Revival-style home. The upper floor is a ballroom. The house, built by Augusts Phelps, is listed in the National Register. Open Mon.-Sat. Call ahead for tour times. 205 S. Congress.
Established in 1717, the mission was abandoned in 1719, restored in 1721 and closed again in 1773. A city park--with RV sites, camping, group shelters and trails--marks the location. The Mission Dolores Visitor Center houses an interpretive display on the original mission and the El Camino Real d...
Nearest entrance about five miles east on F.M. 353.
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