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For those of us of a certain age, the drive right along the water from Magnolia Beach to the Marina at the end of the road is a treat, any time of year, but especially when the Texas Laurel and Spanish daggers are in bloom....More
I've been here MANY times, and there is no Ghost town. If you read the summary of Indianola in the Texas Travel Guide you would think this is an historic gold mine. The truth is there are houses along the bayfront (new by the way),...More
This is about a 45-minute drive from Victoria, so I was surprised to see it on the list of things to do in Victoria. We drove down for a look and it's interesting to see the monument by the bay. Down a few more miles,...More
Very nice monument. Nice area to visit. The problem, the map is no where even close to where this really is. It is off of 316, but 316 is on the bay. Look at the very first picture, you can see the bay. It is...More
This area dates back to the French explorer La Salle landing in Matagorda Bay in 1684, and progresses in time to the later town of Indianola, which was a center of trade and commerce in the mid 1800's. Indianola was wiped from the coast in...More