Armadillo Acres

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Local Flavor

Community is Key

Although we are not within any city boundaries, we feel that Community is important. When people work together with open hearts for mutual benefit, everybody wins. We are just minutes away from Hughes Springs, Texas and several other surrounding towns.  Please enjoy shopping, eating and exploring the local flavor.

See what's up in beautiful Hughes Springs

Historic North East Texas

There's a lot of Texas history in our little corner of the state. Check out some of these links.

Article on Cass County from the Texas State Historical Association

Hughes Springs by the Texas State Historical Association

Did you know that one of the major east Texas north-south trails from the early 19th century ran right though Hughes Springs?

Trammel's Trace by the Texas State Historical Association

And did you know that there is good evidence that Trammel's Trace ran right through the middle of Armadillo Acres?

Trammel's Trace Preservation Society

And it was old pirate Nicholas Trammel that may have buried his ill-gotten gold in the area that caused Reese Hughes to settle there and try and find it.

History of Hughes Springs

Did that say pirate gold? Could there be pirate gold at Armadillo Acres?!?!

You can try all you want...
but Lonestar the Armadillo's not talking.