Welcome to Nacogdoches County...
...where people live in the footprints of history. Its gracious streets are dotted with structures and landmarks sacred to Texas history. Nacogdoches has much to offer. The city of Nacogdoches is called "the oldest town in Texas." Nacogdoches was recently named one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People by Americas Promise Alliance. The county is known for its scenic beauty and abundant plant life. It's the largest producer of blueberries in Texas! Nacogdoches has the amenities important to retirees: a great medical community, recreational and cultural activities, moderate climate, proximity to international airports and major cities, a clean environment and a small town atmosphere.
It is near some of the best recreational and cultural facilities in the state. Great fishing, hunting and golf are all close by. Stephen F. Austin State University provides educational, employment and volunteer opportunities. Residents and visitors to Nacogdoches enjoy the arts, entertainment and athletic events provided by its university. If you love NCAA Division I sports, you'll feel at home watching the SFA Lumberjacks compete in football, basketball, baseball, track, volleyball, golf, equestrian and more. Anglers enjoy catching ten-pound bass at Lake Nacogdoches and are eagerly awaiting completion of Lake Naconiche, a "finger lake" that will offer cooler-water species. On the county's southern border, famous Lake Sam Rayburn attracts bass tournaments and water sports enthusiasts.
The cost of living and housing is reasonable. Housing options range from traditional stand-alone residences, to planned communities such as Timber Springs, Austin Hills, The Broadmoor and others.
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Nacogdoches - the Oldest Town in Texas, for the young at heart.