Lake Cypress Springs & Lake Bob Sandlin Area News 02/16/2021 v1

Many of us are hopeful that this week’s wintery weather will be the end of winter and that Spring is around the corner. Annually, the launch of the Tyler Azalea tour is the sign that Spring has arrived!

WELCOME TO THE CITY OF TYLER’S 62nd AZALEA TOUR
MARCH 19 - APRIL 4, 2021

VisitTyler.com/Azalea Trail Flower Trail featuring mile after mile of blooming azaleas, dogwoods, and spring flowers.

This annual spring event has been described as a floral wonderland and photographer’s paradise. Enjoy springtime in Tyler, strolling the brick streets, viewing the beauty of the area.

A highlight of each spring season in East Texas is the 10-mile long Tyler Azalea Trail guiding visitors through neighborhoods of quaint brick streets, historic homes, and residential gardens filled with blooming azaleas, dogwoods and tulips.

Today, over 100,000 people from all over the USA visit Tyler each spring to attend the Azalea Trail. Two marked routes exist today: the Lindsey Trail and the Dobbs Trail.

The trails also display a high concentration of white and pink Dogwoods, Redbud trees, Japanese Maples, and spring bulbs such as tulips and daffodils.

Featured along the trails is the Azalea National Historic District, established in 2003, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It comprises about 950 homes built in the first half of the 20th century, with a large concentration of structures from the 1930s when the oil boom had a huge economic impact on Tyler.

The two trails officially begin at the Tyler Convention & Visitors Bureau, at 315 N. Broadway, and travel south. A good starting point is the corner of Houston Street and South Broadway Avenue.

Markers designate the routes that meander through the area streets for motorists. Actually, you can begin anywhere along the routes and not be disappointed.

Parking is generously provided by the First Presbyterian Church, near the corner of Dobbs and South Broadway.

For a map of the trails, visit the website of the Tyler Convention & Visitors Bureau or their offices.

The Trail is nationally recognized, and has been the subject of articles in publications such as Southern Living and Texas Highways.

Please enjoy this amazing event!


REAL ESTATE UPDATE

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