Huntsville Apartments for Rent
Sam Houston’s victory at the Battle of San Jacinto liberated Texas from Mexico. He served as the first and third President of the Republic of Texas. He also served as governor of both Texas and Tennessee, and as a US Senator and a Tennessee congressman. In 1861, he retired to Huntsville, Texas. He died later that year, before the end of the Civil War. Huntsville is home to Sam Houston State University and the Sam Houston Memorial Museum.
Get ready for plenty to see and do when you rent an apartment in Huntsville. You’ll find two of Houston’s homes and his grave in addition to the museum. Main Street is a beautiful, historic shopping area filled with unique stores and restaurants. Catch a performance at the Old Town Theatre or at the Wynne Arts Center.
When you want outdoor adventures, Huntsville apartments are minutes from Sam Houston National Forest, a vast forest that offers bicycling, hiking camping, fishing, horseback riding, water sports, and more. Huntsville State Park is tucked among the East Texas Pineywoods and is ideal for camping, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and horseback riding.