Jeep & RAM Dealer near Longview, TX

Patterson Chrysler Dodge RAM Jeep Welcomes Drivers from Longview, TX

Located just a half an hour west of Patterson Chrysler Dodge RAM Jeep, is the city of Longview, the 45th largest city in the state of Texas and one of the communities we are proud to serve day in and day out. Between the trusted doctors at Good Shepard and the passionate teachers who work for Longview Independent School District, we have a profound appreciation for the community and all their hard work.

Local Places

One of the things we love about Longview is just how family-friendly the community is. If you're a Marshall driver looking for something to do with the family, we highly recommend loading up the family in your Chrysler Pacifica or Dodge Journey to check out the World of Wonders museum. It's a great spot for a day trip that appeals to kids across a range of ages.

If you're looking for something a bit more refined, Longview's Museum of Fine Arts and the Gregg County Historical Museum are places you must see. The Museum of Fine Arts features a rotating set of special events alongside a constantly changing exhibit of regional contemporary artists. The Gregg County Historical Museum is a celebration of local history featuring archaeological antiquities all housed within an eye-catching building that is a converted 1910-era bank.

If you're in the mood for something a little on the outdoorsy side, you'll want to check out Lear Park and the Paul G. Boorman Trail. Lear Park features athletic fields for pickup games, playgrounds for the kids, and picnic areas to enjoy a relaxing afternoon lunch on. The Paul G. Boorman Trail is a wonderful three-mile walking and biking trail that runs through the Grace Creek corridor. You'll also come across Lois Jackson Park which has a nice playground and scenic picnic areas. 

Both are great places to get some sunshine, fresh air, and exercise so if you've been looking for a reason to break out the smartwatch and get your heart pumping, these are your best options.




Landmarks

Longview may not have the size of Dallas or Houston, but it's packed with history and a culture that is all its own. The city has gone to great lengths to preserve some of its oldest buildings, which can still be toured to this day. One of these buildings, known as Old Fire Station 3, still stands as one of the city's relics from an era long gone.

As the third fire station built in the area, it was designed as a live-in station, meaning that the Fire Captain and his family had their home on the second floor while the crew worked and slept below. It's also noted for supposedly being haunted by the ghost of a deceased firefight, "Luke," who roams the stairs at night.

The Everett Building, which currently houses the Gregg County Historical Museum is another one of Longview's treasured landmarks. It has existed since 1910 and is a two-story, raised-basement structure that was previously home to Citizen's National Bank.

Through 1960 it was home to several different businesses including a barber shop and the American Red Cross during World War II. Then after 1960 through 1979, the building was mostly unused until it was donated to the Gregg County Historical Foundation and was transformed into the museum.

Longview, Texas is a town with a rich history and plenty of local places for you to enjoy. Given that it's not far from our central location in Marshall, we encourage all local drivers around the area to go and see what it's all about. And to our Longview customers, we are proud to serve you daily whether you are in the market for a Jeep Wrangler or a Dodge Challenger. Come in and see us today.

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