Day Trip in ETX

Marshall is a hub for exploring East Texas, or ETX as we call it! We believe our region is one of the most beautiful parts of our great state and want you to stay in Marshall but feel free to explore all that our slice of heaven behind the Pine Curtain has to offer! Here are some Day Trip Ideas from Marshall:

Uncertain

Distance From Marshall: 22 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

Home of the unbelievably beautiful Caddo Lake (just a stone’s throw away from Marshall) and the world’s larges bald cypress tree forest. This lake is a photographer’s paradise, hiking/biking trails, boating, cannoning and multiple outfitters who’d love to show you around the bayous and sloughs that make up this beautiful body of water.

Jefferson

Distance From Marshall: 17 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

Explore Jefferson’s historic downtown and ride the Historic Jefferson Railway.

Jonesville

Distance From Marshall: 17 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

The T.C. Lindsey & Co General Store is a must see in East Texas!

Longview

Distance From Marshall: 23 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

Let the little ones play and learn at the Longview World of Wonders Children’s Museum. While downtown, grab a drink at Oil Horse Brewing Company.

Kilgore

Distance From Marshall: 35 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

Discover the East Texas Oil Museum or catch a film during the Reel East Texas Film Festival.

Carthage

Distance From Marshall: 28 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame!

Henderson

Distance From Marshall: 40 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

See the Henderson Depot Museum or Gaston Museum.

Gladewater

Distance From Marshall: 45 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

Don’t miss visiting Mrs. Lee’s Daffodil Garden in the spring! Experience world class golf at Tempest Golf Club and enjoy shopping and dining downtown.

Tyler

Distance From Marshall: 61 Miles
More Information: View Our Website

The Rose Capital of Texas and home to the famous Tyler Rose Festival and Azalea Trail in the Spring.

X