If you're looking to explore all that East Texas has to offer, start your adventure and fly to East Texas Regional Airport (GGG). This region of the Lone Star State is full of lush wildlife and outdoor entertainment opportunities like the Big Thicket National Preserve, which is the first area in America to be dedicated as such. East Texas is the perfect area for you to become reacquainted with the great outdoors.
East Texas is especially celebrated for its wildlife and history. One of the most popular activities that draw guests to the area is bass fishing, which is done at top bass-fishing lakes like Fork and Toledo Bend. If you're looking for a slice of Texas history, check out the town of Nacogdoches, which is the oldest town in Texas, formed in 1779.
After you fly to East Texas Regional Airport (GGG), rental car and taxi companies are available onsite for local travel. If you want to celebrate local culture, two of the most popular events center around one of East Texas' biggest attractions flowers. In March, join East Texas in celebrating the Jasper Azalea Festival, and in October, you can view over 50 types of roses at the Rose Festival in Tyler, the Rose Capital of the Nation.
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