The City of Huntington, Texas, sits just minutes away from Lake Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoir, both exceptionally well known for excellent fishing, water sports, camping, and a myriad of recreational activities. The City is also nestled between thousands of acres of national forest lands, in two national forest areas, Angelina National Forest and Davy Crockett National Forest.
Huntington is a growing city with a small-town atmosphere. Tax rates are low, and quality services are available from the city and providers of other utility services. The local school district serves students with quality instruction and academic programs, as well as successful athletic programs.
Huntington is a two-hour drive from Houston, 3 ½ hour drive from Dallas, and 1 ½ drive from the Beaumont/Golden Triangle area.
Residents of Huntington are friendly, neighborly, and supportive of each other.
With an abundance of undeveloped land, both inside and outside the city limits, there is unlimited opportunity for construction of buildings to house businesses, industries, and manufacturing operations.
Huntington has a major transportation route passing through the city, and another just nine miles northwest of the town. Railroad transportation is also nine miles from town, and The Port of Houston is only a couple of hours drive away. Consequently, concerns surrounding delivery of raw materials and transportation of finished products are easily solved.
With past closures of some manufacturing and industrial giants located nearby, there is an available workforce ready for new work opportunities. There are many skilled workers with expertise is a variety of areas that would serve a new business well.
Huntington – the heartbeat of Angelina county. Give us a try. You’ll like us!