More than 230 cattle brands that are being used or have been used in Mitchell County are displayed on a 10- by-50-foot wall, signifying the importance of ranching to area. In Kiwanis Park at Second and Chestnut streets.
Fisher Park offers picnicking and fishing. About seven miles south of Colorado City off Texas 208. .
Artifacts from the early history of West Texas include buffalo tracks from Seven Wells, a horse-drawn hearse, frontier equipment, 19th-century pictures, and an exhibit on Chief Lone Wolf. Open 12-5 p.m. Tue.-Fri. Locust and Third streets.
Lake Colorado City State Park offers lake access. About seven miles southwest of Colorado City off I-20 west or Texas 163 south.
The lake provides an ideal habitat for fish and waterfowl, and it attracts anglers, birders and small sailboats. The park offers picnicking and camping. The limited-service cabins include covered front porches. Admission charge. About 11 miles southwest of Colorado City off of I-20 on F.M. 2836....
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