4911 East End Blvd
Marshall, TX 75672
Phone: (903) 935-7923
Fax: (903) 938-2675
In this serene environment, you can relax your body, recharge your spirit and renew your energy. Close your eyes and allow your mind to be quiet, breathe deeply and let tension slip away with each breath as you receive a spectacular spa treatment and/or a relaxing Swedish massage. The Bed and Breakfast is specially designed to fit all your needs, and breakfast will be served to you on a silver platter.
The centerpiece of this estate is Maplecroft, a stately 1870's home filled with Starr's furnishings and surrounded by lush azaleas. Guided tours and Rosemont Cottage Bed & Breakfast, a three-room cottage for those wanting to stay overnight; are available.
Now the home of the Harrison County Conservation Society, this two-story frame house was built in the late 1870s.
Still operating, this authentic old-family-owned country store dates from 1847.
This home is listed on the National Registry and bears a Texas State Historical Medallion. Built in the Greek Revival syle, it has been completely restored and furnished with Victorian antiques from the antebellum period. Guided tours are offered daily.
Where you and your family can watch in amazement as giant alligators feed, wrestle and swim. In addition to the huge reptiles, Gators and Friends has a fully stocked petting zoo where you and the kids can walk among tame and cuddly miniature horses, kangaroos, ring-tailed lemurs, deer, coatimundis, goats, llamas, a camel, a capybara (the largest rodent in the world), and even a Scottish cow.
Nestled on 24 beautifully landscaped acres, this Christian retreat features a Restoration House that has six bedrooms, three full baths, a fully equipped kitchen, and a wraparound Creole style porch with swings and benches. A fully equipped cottage that can accommodate up to ten people is also available that features two private porches. On site amenities include two assembly halls, private meeting and conference rooms, a dining facility, a natural amphitheater pasture, walking paths, a weight and workout room, volleyball and basketball courts, a library, movies, and a gift shop...
Thick bald cypress and a tangle of aquatic plants thrive in the waters at Caddo Lake State Park. Because the vegetation is so lush, much of the lake is a maze of sloughs, bayous, and ponds. The park affords excellent access to diverse fishing. Also popular are the park's quaint cabins, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's.
Full service marina that features a marina store, emergency marine supplies, picnic barges, boat rentals, and cabin houseboats that float on the lake.
The Gardens of the American Rose Center house the American Rose Society as well as rose varieties. This garden has around 20,000 varieties of roses that span across 65 gardens. For more details, check website.