All Saints Episcopal Chapel—Rare Marshall family Allendale Plantation chapel. Hill Road, 1 mile west of I-49 Stonewall-Frierson Exit just past Linwood on Hill Road.
Trinity Cemetery—Originally an Episcopal cemetery, with Means graves from 1847. From 171, east on Highway 5 3 miles to Jesse Latin Road, then straight 2 mile to 1st sharp curve.
Swearingen House—1840s National Register classic clapboard Greek Revival with outbuildings. On right between City Limit sign on Highway 5 and railroad track.
Keachi United Methodist Church—1879 National Register church with steeple, shutters, original light fixtures, and pews. On Highway 5, within 1st mile East of Keachi traffic light.
Confederate Memorial Cemetery—Graves of Confederate soldiers fallen in the Civil War. On Highway 172, 1 mile West of Highway 5 intersection in Keachi.
Hazelwood Cemetery—1840s graves on Old Stage Coach Road. South on Highway 171, 8 miles from Highway 5 at Kickapoo, East on Firetower Road 2 miles to Hazelwood.
Cook-Hill House—1850 dogtrot house, moved and redone by the Grand Cane Historic Association as Bed and Breakfast. On Highway 3015, 2 blocks from Highway 171. Now Cook-Hill House Bed & Breakfast.
Grand Cane Methodist Church—1888 National Register church with original bell. Corner of last street South in Grand Cane and Highway 171.
Moses Rose Ferguson Cemetery—Moses Rose, Alamo survivor and Aaron Ferguson of War of 1812. Hwy. 5 S. 17.5 mi. from Keachi to sign at Funston, E. on 168 4 mi.
Moses Rose Cemetery - Take Hwy 5 17.5 mi. S of Keachi light go East at sign 3 miles
Riverfront Park—Lovely park in downtown Logansport with fabulous Riverstage events and Veterans Memorial Wall. Highway 84 W to Sabine River. Park is on the right just before the bridge.