The county of Smith, located east of the Texas state, was established and organized in 1846. It was named after Gen. James Smith, a hero of the Texas Revolution. This county has been economically dependent on its agriculture, petroleum, education, medical, distribution, and tourism industries; beef cattle, horticultural crops and nurseries, forages, fruits, and vegetables were its primary agricultural products. Its county seat is home to many popular schools, health services, retail centers, museums, and the famous Camp Ford Historic Park. This county also celebrates Strawberry Festival every April, Crawfish Boil every May, Sweet Onion and Yesteryear Festival every June, and a Country Fest every October. Hence, you can find various food selections such as barbecue, burgers, pizza, seafood, and more in this county.