Plan Your Visit
There is no formally established auto tour route for El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail. However, local travel guides can provide information about historic sites and museums located along the historic trail.
Consider contacting chambers of commerce and visitors bureaus in communities along the trail to learn more about local attractions and activities.
Laredo Convention & Visitors Bureau www.visitlaredo.com
San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau www.sanantoniocvb.com
Cuero Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture www.cuero.org
Crockett & Houston County, East Texas Tourism Association www.easttexasguide.com/vacationguide.php
Nacogdoches Convention & Visitors Bureau www.visitnacogdoches.org
San Augustine County Chamber of Commerce http://visit.sanaugustinetx.com
Sabine Parish Tourist Commission www.toledobendlakecountry.com
Natchitoches Area Convention & Visitors Bureau www.historicnatchitoches.com
Did You Know?
Long before Spanish entradas (first explorations) into the American Southwest, American Indian trails crossed Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana. Some of these same routes provided access for later traders, soldiers, and immigrants following El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail.