Governor Hogg Shrine

Named for James Stephen Hogg, the states first Texas-born governor from 1891 to 1895, the park includes museums housing items which belonged to the Hogg and Stinson families. The Governor James Stephen Hogg Memorial Shrine was created in 1941. The Stinson Home was built in 1869 and was moved 13 miles to its present location in 1969. The structure contains 95 - 97% of the original lumber. The Old George Bridge was first put to use in the early 1900s and was moved to the park in 1986. The bridge is a pony truss, steel bridge, which is no longer used by bridge builders.



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CAMPING
PICNIC
PLAYGROUND
SWIMMING
TRAILS
BOATING
GOLF
GEOCACHING
SHOWERS
RESTROOMS
STORE
BEACH
FAMILY
TENTS
POOL
SHADE TREES
50 AMP
WIRELESS
TRAILS
FISHING
MARINA
HOOKUPS
ELECTRIC
DUMP
SEWER
WATER
FIRERING
GRILL
FIREWOOD
LAUNDRY
PROPANE
PETS
WATERFRONT
CABLE
PULLTHRU

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Quitman, Texas

- Governor Hogg Shrine -

101 Governor Hogg Pkwy
Quitman, Texas

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