Located an hour and a half north of Houston in the Big Thicket, the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe is the oldest Indian reservation in Texas. Our rich history and beautiful enclave are what tribal citizens and tourists alike love about our nation. Visit us to experience the natural beauty of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas.
Previously two tribes now united as one, the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas boasts a unique story dating back to before the 1700s. Our tribal citizens are very proud of our history, from our migration to what is now Texas to our role in aiding Sam Houston during the Texas War of Independence to the federal government’s official recognition of our nation in 1987.Learn More
Join us Monday, July 3 for our annual fireworks display and festival. Free admission! Gates open up at 5:00 pm. Tribal Dancers will perform at 7:00 pm and the Brown Sugar Band will perform at 8:00 pm-...
If you are a tribal citizen and need to contact a member of the Alabama-Coushatta government or access one of our tribal services, you can view our government directory or find a list of available services we offer below.Learn More
From local business to tourist attractions to economic expansion, our tribal citizens are proud to be a part of our nation’s continued development. Learn more about our vast and diverse tribal enterprises here.Learn More
Our tribe currently employs about 250 employees. If you are interested in investing in yourself and our government, please click below to see our current job opportunities or contact our human resources department.Learn More