One of the most pristine old-growth forests in Texas. A trail goes through a variety of habitats and includes plant-identification signs. Open during daylight hours. North of Clarksville, off of F.M. 2118. www.nature.org
This 1885 courthouse features walls and turrets of yellow sandstone, plus a clock tower. Known as "Old Red," the clock ran smoothly until 1961, when it was converted to electricity and soon began striking 120 gongs--a day known in Clarksville as "the night it got later than ever before"--until so...
Features early pioneers and prominent citizens of the 1800s and 1900s. Open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 101 N. Locust St. Inside the Chamber of Commerce building. redrivercoc.com
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