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- Spring is a city located in Harris County, Texas. Once a rich agricultural area growing cotton and sugar cane, the city has developed into a thriving residential community with a large school system, primarily consisting of private and Catholic academies. Visitors enjoy the areas local parks, botanical gardens, water park and local shopping district.
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The Gaertner Performing Arts Center serves as part of the Sam Houston State University campus facilities. Within the center, visitors can enjoy shows performed in the 800-seat concert hall, the 150-seat dance theater, and the 175-seat recital hall.
A Christmas-themed amusement area, The Christmas Train offers old-fashioned train rides through a scenic snowy setting. The facility also offers photos with Santa and refreshments, including funnel cakes, popcorn, and Big Al's Pizza.
A multi-purpose facility, the Chester Davis Sportsplex offers something for everyone. The facility is home to baseball and softball fields, football and soccer fields, volleyball courts, playgrounds and covered picnic areas.
Located in historic downtown Huntsville, the Town Theatre hosts performances in theater, music, dance, film and community events. Also known as the J. Philip Gibbs Jr. Centre, the theater serves as the venue for the Huntsville Community Theatre group.
Promoting the theatrical arts in Huntsville, the Huntsville Community Theatre offers several live productions each season. The theater stages productions at the J. Philip Gibbs Jr. Centre for the Performing Arts, a restored historic movie theater in downtown Huntsville.
Filled with pine trees and wildflowers, Huntsville State Park has walking trails and a lake that can be used for fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boating. Visitors can rent canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats onsite.
Standing at 67 feet tall and on top of a 10 foot base, the Sam Houston Statue is the world's tallest statue of an American. Visitors can see photos taken during the statue's construction and visit the onsite gift shop.
Also known as the Walker County Historical Museum, the Gibbs-Powell Home Museum celebrates the county's early heritage and presents furnishings, books, photographs, newspapers and artifacts from the early 19th century.