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Columbia Historical Museum West Columbia
Columbia Historical Museum West Columbia served as the First Capitol of the Republic in 1836. Exhibits include artifacts ranging as far back as the Texas Revolutionary Period. Numerous images of the building in which Sam Houston took the oath of office as the first president of Texas are on display. It is only fitting that a historical museum be located at the site of the First Capitol of the Republic of Texas, established ....
Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site West Columbia
Varner-hogg Plantation State Historic Site Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site is on 66 acres along Varner Creek, 50 miles south of Houston in Brazoria County. The site was donated to the state in 1957 by Miss Ima Hogg, daughter of Texas Gov. James S. Hogg, and dedicated and opened on March 24, 1958.....
Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historical Park West Columbia
Varner-hogg Plantation State Historical Park Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site is 66 acres along Varner Creek 50 miles south of Houston in Brazoria County. The park was donated to the state in 1957 by Miss Ima Hogg daughter of the early-day governor.....
Columbia Lakes Resort West Columbia
Columbia Lakes Resort Nestled within 2,000 wooded acres in the heart of South Texas, Columbia Lakes is a year-round destination located less than one hour from Houston.....
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West Columbia Area Campgrounds
Beachside Rv
1280 Highway. 87 Crystal Beach
Les's Rv Park
Wallisville
Harmon Creek Marina And Rv Park
14 Marina Point Drive Huntsville
West Columbia Area Day Trips
Seabrook
For a family-fun vacation or a romantic weekend getaway, visit Seabrook, Texas. Enjoy the relaxed, care-free environment of lakefront activities and coastal sunsets. There’s plenty to see and do in th....
Dickinson
Dickinson is on State Highway 3 at the edge of the Galveston metropolitan area in the northwest corner of Galveston County. It was named after John Dickinson, who in 1824 received a Mexican grant for ....
Webster
Webster, a small city in terms of its square miles – just 6.7, but mighty in terms of commercial vibrancy – home to more than 2,200 businesses and a trade area that includes a 15-mile radius and 1.5M ....