• Oakwood Cemetery

    Located at 9th Street and Avenue I Huntsville, TX 77340 United States - Phone: 936-294-5720
    Oakwood Cemetery is the final resting place of Sam Houston, other Texas citizens, and Union soldiers. Houston's tomb bears Andrew Jackson's tribute, "The world will take care of Houston's fame." The oldest marked site dates back to 1846. The Chamber of Commerce may be reached for walking tours.
  • Huntsville State Park

    Interstate 45 South 8 Miles to Park Road 40 Huntsville, TX 77340 United States - Phone: 936-295-5644
    This 2,083-acre park lies in the piney woods of the Sam Houston National Forest and includes Lake Raven. The park offers camping, hiking, biking, boating (Boats must be less than 19 feet long; speed is limited to idle speed) , horseback riding, fishing, swimming in unsupervised swimming area, boat & Hydrobike rentals, and nature study.
  • Sam Houston Statue

    7600 Highway 75 South Huntsville, TX 77342 United States - Phone: 936-291-9726
    The Sam Houston Statue, it is the world
  • Gibbs-Powell Home Museum

    1228 Eleventh Street Huntsville, TX 77340 United States - Phone: 936-295-2914
    A Texas Historical Landmark, this magnificent home was built by the Gibbs-Powell family who were close personal friends of General Sam Houston and is one of the last remaining classical Greek Revival structures in the area.
  • Junction Restaurant

    2461 Eleventh Street Huntsville, TX 77340 United States - Phone: 936-291-2183
    This charming restaurant in a historic landmark offers prime rib, steaks, chicken, and seafood, plus a wide selection of light meals.
  • Homestead on 19th, The

    1215 19th Street Huntsville, TX 77340 United States - Phone: 936-291-7366
    Specializing in innovative American cuisine, this unique, one-of-a-kind casual fine dining restaurant is filled with rustic antiques and china in a memorable dining experience. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.