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Named after the Texas city councilman, Abraham P. Lufkin, the city of Lufkin was founded in the year 1882 and is situated in the Angelina County of East Texas. Connected conveniently to major cities of Texas like Houston
, San Antonio
and Waco, the city with an approximate area of 29 square miles is a hub for shopping, entertainment, leisure and industries. The city falls under the Texas Forest Country which houses various attractions like Texas Forestry Museum, Ellen Trout Park & Zoo and Lake Sam Rayburn. A stroll to downtown would lead you to various art deco structures that are decorated with murals painted by Lance Hunter and a series of antique shops and eateries. Visit their website for tour details.