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Palestine is a charming
Texas city, with the feel of the Deep South. The city offers bed &
breakfasts, good motels, a variety of restaurants, restored
Victorian homes, parks filled with magnolia and dogwood trees,
museums, and numerous other attractions.
The Texas State Railroad
dates back to the late 1800's when the Texas Prison System opened
the East Texas Penitentiary in Rusk.
surprise and suspense as you meander through gateways and wander
down garden paths.
The Museum for
East Texas Culture
in the old Palestine High School building on Micheaux Street in
Reagan Park. It was designed and built in 1915. The Museum
officially opened on March 19, 1982 for the
first weekend of the Dogwood Trails.
Palestine is tucked away in a shady park just two blocks west of
on Crawford Street. This tranquil green space includes a coffee
house, unique gift shops, a restaurant and a saloon.
Gus Engling Wildlife Management Area is located 21 miles
northwest of Palestine in Tennessee Colony. This 10,958 acre area
was purchased during the 1950s under the Pittman-Robertson Act,
using Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Program funds. Area is
open year round, except when closed for Special Permit hunts.
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end of your journey