Live It Up In Lufkin
Heritage Trail: Forest
Region: Piney Woods
The Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau (LCVB) would like to welcome you to the heart of the Texas Forest Country - one of the most beautiful, cultural, and historically rich regions of Texas! We are proud of our area - its past, present and future - and we are eager to show you why Lufkin is a great place to visit and live while offering immense options for business and pleasure. Lufkin is known for its forests that stretch for several miles.
Our residents enjoy an outstanding quality of life including excellent schools, beautiful parks and open spaces, cultural arts, and a broad range of recreational activities. Visitors are happy to explore the many assets our community has to offer and enjoy our enviable weather. Many of our residents are new, not just to this region, but to the United States. They have come from all parts of the globe to work and live in a community that has much to offer.
The people of Lufkin and Angelina County are proud of our history and heritage, and we hope you will join us, either virtually through our website or in person, to experience and enjoy our part of Texas.
Discover what Lufkin has to offer, and take advantage of the tools and resources the Lufkin Convention & Visitors Bureau provides. We cordially welcome you to our home!
Lufkin Points of Interest
Oak Grove Cemetery is one of the most famous cemeteries in Texas. Not because of its age - the first marked grave is dated 1837 - but because it is the final resting place for a number of legendary Te....
The only museum of its kind in Texas features exhibits that include a Paper Mill room; sawmill town exhibit logging locomotive and depot forest fire lookout tower modern management practices and the U....
You may want to bring along and extra suitcase! One of the most unique aspects of Nacogdoches is the large number of locally-owned specialty and antique stores youll find here. Visit Nacogdoches count....
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