Comfort Suites Lindale - Tyler North
200 W. Centennial Blvd
Lindale, TX 75771
Phone: (903) 882-8613
Fax: (903) 882-8318
Situated in the piney woods, this 994-acre spring-fed lake that each year is stocked with trout, making for excellent fall and winter fishing.
Housing a stunning array of wild animals, including numerous exotic and endangered species from Africa to South America, Caldwell Zoo is an excellent place to explore wildlife from around the world. Besides animals, the zoo also houses a very popular African Aquarium, a North American Herpetarium as well as the Wild Bird Walkabout. The beautifully landscaped parks, with its spacious and lush enclosures offer a pleasant setting for visitors as well as the animals. Kids can have a whale of a time, petting animals in the designated area or letting loose in the play area. The zoo offers numerous educational programs as well.
The Cotton Belt Depot was open for passenger service from 1905 until 1956. The renovated Depot now houses the Tyler Transit Department and the Cotton Belt Depot Museum. The Museum's Bragg Collection contains around 200 locomotives and over 1,600 rail cars.
The Azalea & Spring Flower Trail travels through eight miles of residential gardens and historical home sites. From the courthouse on North Broadway, follow the specifically marked Azalea Trail signs to enjoy this outstanding celebration of Spring in East Texas. Check their website for a current events calendar.
A 25,500 acre lake with mostly commercial facilities for boating, fishing, and other water sports.
These twin municipal lakes cover about 4,800 acres and offer facilities for boating, fishing, swimming, and camping.
The grassy expanse of Headache Springs Natural Park is a lovely place to spend some time staying away from the hustle bustle of the daily life. There are trails passing through this park and its a good place for those who enjoy taking a peaceful stroll in natural environments.
Fun for the whole family is available at this family amusement center that features go-carts, a video arcade, a miniature golf course, carnival style rides, and bumper boats.
Operated by the City of Quitman, the Governor Hogg Shrine Historic Site is a 26.7-acre tract in Wood County museums housing items which belonged to the Hogg and Stinson families
The Salt Palace is a prime attraction of Texas' Grand Saline, a city perched upon a salt deposit and where salt is an important asset. The small structure of The Salt Palace is the third one to be built on the site. The first one was built in 1936, following its demolition another one was constructed in 1975. The current building, established in 1993, is made of rock salt. A small museum housed within the palace exhibits paraphernalia and artifacts related to mining. A short video displays the mining process.