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    About Dickinson

    Located in Galveston County, Dickinson is a small city in southeastern Texas with a lot of country flavor. Its ideal location puts it close enough to Houston to enjoy all of its big city amenities, and also in the heart of the Gulf Coast, with many successful neighboring communities.

    Before the year 1900, Dickinson was developed for farming. With rich soil and land ready to be tilled and seeded, Dickinson land was especially good for potatoes, sugarcane, and other produce. After some development, a section of the farming area was changed into an open park area, perfect for picnicking. Thus, the Dickinson Picnic Grounds were born, and the next thirty years saw many local events, festivals, and holidays hosted here.

    During the roaring twenties, Dickinson received a fair amount of tourism thanks to a new casino in town. An infamous crime ring run by Sam and Rosario Maceo was involved in the casino’s shady business, and the attraction really put Dickinson on the map. The influx of money and visitors was noticeable to the small city of Dickinson, and gambling became a popular pastime in this area. Other smaller clubs began to open up in Dickinson as well. Eventually, in the 1950s, the Attorney General banned open gambling in the local area, and these clubs were closed.

    Like many nearby areas in Texas, the oil industry became a huge economic factor in the areas surrounding Dickinson. More and more people moved to Dickinson for this reason, as the oil industry continued to grow. Spurring even more population growth, NASA planted a space center not too far north from Dickinson, creating more local jobs and causing more residents and families to move to the area.

    Because the railroad’s influence on southeastern Texas was so strong, there is a tremendous amount of history with regards to trains and railways in this area. Dickinson is home to the Dickinson Historic Railroad Depot Center, which contains a number of historical artifacts and tools from the railroad’s heyday. The local depots displayed at the center include the Dickinson Railroad Depot and the League City Railroad Depot. These depots were donated to the city and are maintained by the Dickinson Historical Society.

    When it comes to town events, Dickinson hosts an annual spring festival called the Red White and Bayou Crawfish and Texas Music Festival. With plenty of country-loving entertainment and food vendors, this festival is fun for the whole family.

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