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Huntsville intro. Huntsville, Texas is located on I-45 halfway between the state's largest cities of Dallas and Houston in the scenic East Texas Piney Woods area. It is most famous as the hometown of Texan Sam Houston, who was the first president of Texas when it was an independent nation, and Huntsville hotels are especially popular among big city visitors who come to the area for relaxation and quiet in the surrounding forest scenery. Not only there are a dozen properties, the city is also home to three welcoming bed and breakfast establishments. Other alternatives to the accommodations include luxurious wilderness resorts and camping at the nearby Cagle Recreation Area or Huntsville State Park. Those wanting to learn more about Sam Houston have certainly come to the right place in the district, which is home to the Sam Houston Memorial Museum, a 20-metre statue of Sam Houston next to the Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center and Gift Shop, and the Sam Houston National Forest which offers boating, hiking, cycling, and many more outdoor activities.