Operated by the Clark Historical Society of Kinney County, the museum features local and pioneer history exhibits. Open 1–4 p.m. Sat.–Sun. 830/563-9150.
Several area buildings are of historical interest, including the St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church dating from 1878 and the Masonic Lodge Building, circa 1879, that was the original county courthouse.
This 6,400-acre park is a relatively undeveloped natural area. It offers a network of caverns, including one large enough for guided tours. Includes campsites and trails. Stuart Bat Cave bat flights can be viewed in the evening during warm weather months. Contact the park in advance to schedule a...
Two highways lead north into scenic landscapes of the Hill Country. Among the rocky pastures, travelers may catch glimpses of white-tailed deer or wild turkey, especially in the late afternoon. Several views are of the West Nueces River winding among steep cliffs and hills. R.M. 674 north to Rock...
This site is the resting place of scouts who were descendants of the slaves stolen from plantations by Florida Seminoles. Moved to Oklahoma after the Seminole War, many scouts migrated toward Mexico. A group settled in Brackettville around Fort Clark. Graves include four Medal of Honor winners. J...
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