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Tour Texas’ Largest Azalea Garden

Plus 25 miles of Azalea Trails through beautifully manicured residential and historic districts.

With over 7,000 azaleas, Nacogdoches is the home of the largest azalea garden in Texas, the Ruby M. Mize Azalea Garden located on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University. Come see the breathtaking kaleidoscope of color each year during the spring season!

Bloom Update as of 2/9/2021: It is still very early and only a small amount of azaleas have started blooming. They are called "Red Ruffles" and can be viewed at Millard's Crossing. Those wanting to see the largest amount of azaleas should plan their visit between mid-March and mid-April. 

COVID Information: All trails, gardens, and Historic Sites are open. For specific hours and other COVID-related information, click here.

Click here to view the 2021  Azalea Trail brochure and map. 

Azalea Trail

 

Please wear a face covering and social distance when enjoying the blooms in Nacogdoches for your own safety and others! 

Social Distancing in Nacogdoches