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Tyler County Shopping,
Dining and Lodging

Shopping
Finding what you need is easy in Tyler County, whether it be a professional service from an area business or a unique item from one of the neighborhood gift shops. Homegrown businesses are fused with national chains here – peruse through a local convenience or grocery store or visit the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Woodville for all your one-stop shopping needs.

Housing

Each community in Tyler County has its own dynamics and charm. The downtown area in Woodville has several businesses located around the courthouse square. Jarrott’s Pharmacy, established in 1952, is the home to an old time soda fountain. It’s a great place to take a break and have an old-fashioned sundae or shake. Sullivan’s Hardware is another landmark business in the downtown area with its hardwood floors and high ceilings. Whether you are shopping for home improvement supplies or a unique gift, Sullivan’s has what you are looking for with a friendly atmosphere.

Antique shops are scattered throughout the city of Woodville providing a variety of styles of shopping. Whether you are into a quaint tea room with doilies and lace or exploring a more rustic atmosphere in search of hidden treasure, the shopping experience is worth the trip.

Housing

The Community of Warren, located on Highway 69 between Woodville and Beaumont, has several new businesses to brag about. In 2007, Warren obtained a grocery store, bank, dollar store and a new bed and breakfast, with talk of further expansion in the business district.

Dining
From Mexican cuisine to good down-home cooking, you have a choice of dining experiences in Tyler County. Some of the area’s restaurants have been in business for years, others are new in town, but they are all worth your time. You will find a list of them in the Chamber’s extensive Directory.

Lodging
You can choose from hotels to a variety of bed and breakfasts in Tyler County, each having their own unique style and amenities. You guessed it…they are listed in the Chamber’s Directory. Call and see which one meets your needs.

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