Features Native American and pioneer artifacts housed in a replica of a frontier store. A replica of the Jack Wright Saloon inside the museum depicts a notorious shoot-out involving Texas gunslinger John Wesley Hardin, who moved to Comanche in 1874. Open 2-5 p.m. Thu. and 2-4 p.m. Sat. 402 Moorm...
This restored historic depot, built in 1912, features a small rail museum and offers visitor information. Open 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. South Austin Street at Bonner Avenue. www.comanchechamber.org
This tree is the only remaining member of a large grove of oaks around which the town developed. Legend has it that the city began clearing the grove many years ago to pave the square, but a settler objected, saying the oak tree saved his life during battle and that he would protect it with his o...
Texas' oldest existing courthouse was built in 1856 in the town of Cora, then the county seat. When the county was partitioned three years later, Comanche became the new county seat, and the building was relocated. A water well, hand-dug in 1859, on the grounds is lighted so visitors can see how...
This Army Corps of Engineers lake offers parks with boat ramps, fishing, picnicking, and camping. Hunting during season. Between Comanche and De Leon off Texas 16; also accessible from Dublin.
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