A 1916 steel bridge built over the Canadian River is the focal point for a scenic hike-and-bike trail and provides a platform for viewing wildlife. The area has hills and valleys, cottonwoods and hackberries—in contrast to the surrounding treeless plains. Two miles north of city on U.S. 60/83.
This 8,000-square-foot mansion is a world-class public art gallery featuring works from well-known American illustrators and 18th-century European painters. Includes gardens, European fountains, and visitor and educational centers. Open 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Thu.-Sat. and 1–4 p.m. Sun. Admission charge....
Restored wetlands, river bottoms and creeks offer wildlife viewing opportunities. Site hosts studies on plants and animals, including prairie dogs, antelope and lesser prairie chickens. Guest check-in at headquarters required. Open daily. Closed for special hunts. 15412 Lake Marvin Road. 806/323-...
This quaint museum features memorabilia from Canadian and Hemphill County. Traveling exhibits from other museums also are displayed regularly. Open 9 a.m.–noon and 1–4 p.m. Tue.–Fri., and 1–3 p.m. Sat. Donations accepted. 118 N. Second St. (U.S. 60/83). 806/323-6548. www.rivervalleymuseum.org.
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