East Texas Spa loves serving Longview, Texas! Named by Forbes Magazine in 2014 as the nation’s 6th fastest growing small city, Longview has all the qualities that make a city great and it just keeps getting better.
Hot Tubs for Sale in Longview
Between our Tyler and Longview hot tub showrooms, we offer dozens of new, used, and floor/demo hot tubs for customers to choose from. We also offer repairs and servicing for hot tubs and spas, as well as delivery and installation. That’s not to mention the countless endless pools, grills, and countless accessories we sell in-store, as well!
If you’re looking for hot tubs in Longview, you need to stop by East Texas Spa at 414 W Loop 281, Suite 1, in Longview, TX 75605. We’re the official dealer of HotSpring in East Texas!
City of Longview
An adventure seeker’s dream, Longview offers zip line courses, indoor trampolines, go karts, laser tag, challenge courses, paintball, escape rooms, and sky diving. The city also happens to be the Balloon Capital of Texas, a testament to the area’s lively hot air balloon scene. Families, both local and visiting, enjoy spending time together at the city’s arcades, recreation centers, movie theatres, indoor playgrounds, bingo centers, bowling alleys, putt putt golf courses, and parks.
Longview’s outdoor adventure scene is by no means lacking, either. The town has plenty of 18 hole golf courses, hiking trails, sporting clay courses, dog parks, campgrounds, and lakes for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and boating. Lake Fork, a tributary of the Sabine River, is regarded as a premier bass fishing lake but is also known for its crappie and catfish populations.
After burning all those calories playing outdoors, the people of Longview have no concerns in the hunt for something good to eat. This town is a hungry one, ready to taste new flavors from across the world. Whether you’re in the mood for American barbecue, Mexican, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Thai, seafood, or a simply, good old fashioned filet with garlic mashed potatoes, you’ll be in luck.
Longview purportedly was named when founder Ossamus Hitch Methvin, Sr. exclaimed “What a long view!” while looking out over the land from his home. The mostly flat region is dominated by pine-hardwood forests and experiences a humid subtropical climate. Summers are hot and humid, while winters are mild with temperatures ranging from lows of 30s to highs of 60s.
The fall and winter seasons bring temperatures perfect for enjoying a good soak after work, which is perhaps one of the reasons the people of this region come to East Texas Spa when choosing a new hot tub or spa. We’re proud to be of service to this region and the community that calls it home.