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Bray Creek Walking Trail

Joe Brigance Park

Kids’ Park

Twice-per-year Flywheel Association events, Spring Flywheel Festival the last full weekend in April, Fall Flywheel Festival the last full weekend in September, held at Joe Brigance Park, 635 Starkville Road. Visitors have been recorded from as far away as Wisconsin for this unique festival which celebrates the industrial and agricultural heritage of flywheel engines powered by steam, diesel, and water. This group has invested volunteer hours and physical improvements to the park over the years and apparently has every intention of making it their “home” for many years to come, continuing to attract members and participants from far and wide.

Rails to Trails – Tanglefoot Trail, a 10 foot wide nature trail stretching along the 44-miles of the old GM&O Railroad, from Houston to New Albany. This is an opportunity for people of all ages to bike, jog, walk, and simply enjoy the beauty of the outdoors in rural Mississippi. Many out-of-towners, as well as locals, are enjoying the trail.

Houston Garden Park next door to City Hall - planned and planted by Master Gardeners





Historic

Historic District Downtown Houston

Historical Museum
Address – Woodland Circle
662.456.2650
Hours are Monday 9:00 am – 12 Noon; Wednesday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Other

Houston Homecoming
An annual Independence Day Celebration - on the Square in downtown Houston

Chickasaw Genealogical Society

Catalogued Cemeteries in Houston and Chickasaw County​​


  • 120 East Madison St.
    P.O. Box 548
    Houston, MS 38851
  • Phone:  662.456.2328
    Fax:      662.456.9535
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