215 Richill Drive
Texarkana, TX 75503
Phone: (903) 223-0951
Fax: (903) 223-0729
215 Richill Drive, Texarkana, TX, US, 75503
- Phone: (903) 223-0951
- Fax: (903) 223-0729
A wide variety of activities are available at this lake including hiking on nature trails, camping, picnicking, swimming, canoeing, boating, and fishing for catfish, crappie, perch, and bass.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Late Victorian, Queen Anne style home has gingerbread trim and is beautifully decorated with period furnishings and antiques. Weddings, showers, receptions, and meetings can be held at this magnificent home. Tours are available.
Popular park that features an array of attractions and activities including three covered pavilions, tennis courts, children's playgrounds, walking paths, an outdoor swimming pool, disc golf course, a baseball complex, and a soccer field.
A Texas State historical site, this beautiful Victorian home is filled with authentic furnishings, exquisitely designed porches and balconies, and a parquet floor. It offers five guest rooms with cable television, private baths, refrigerators and coffee makers.
The most impressive part of this church is the stained-glass sanctuary windows, which reflect the history of Methodism.
The only facility of its kind in the world, this center sits in two states, two cities, and two counties and houses over 20 city, county, and state law and judicial enforcement agencies for the states of Arkansas and Texas. Tours are available.
The United States Post Office and Courthouse or the Texarkana U.S. Post Office and Federal Building is rather a unique post office that is located right on the border of two states, Arkansas and Texas. Constructed in 1930s era, it is one of the most important landmarks of Texarkana. The structure was placed in the National Registrar of Historic Places in 2000.
Located in the heart of Texarkana, Draughon-Moore Ace of Clubs House is a beautiful city landmark. The structure, established in 1885, features beautiful Italianate architecture from the Victorian era. A unique feature of this house is the layout, that is in the shape of a playing card 'club'. The collections on display include personal memorabilia by the former owners of this house. Regular tours are conducted. The place is also open for private celebrations.
The Texarkana Public Library begain in the 1900's and today provides excellent programs,materials and facilities to the community.
The Scott Joplin Mural is a colorful mural which depicts the life and accomplishments of the Pulitzer Prize winning composer and area native, Scott Joplin, "King of Ragtime Composers."
A recorded Texas Historic Landmark, this triangular style building resembles New York's Flatiron Building that was built in the same year as this building. It was also one of the first Texarkana buildings to have electricity.
One of the oldest cemeteries in Texarkana, this site was founded as the city cemetery shortly after the town was established. It is the resting place for some of the city's first citizens including over 70 Confederate and three known Union soldiers.