See pioneer items, farm equipment, saddles, barbed wire and a larger-than-life horse statue brought to Coleman in 1884 to display saddles. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 400 W. College Ave. In Heritage Hall.
This Army Corps of Engineers reservoir offers developed parks with fishing, camping and picnicking. About eight miles west of Coleman off Texas 153.
Press Morris Park offers boat ramps, fishing, camping and picnicking. About 17 miles north of Coleman off U.S. 283.
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