According to local legend, no structure has ever been built on this mound, which rises 50 feet above the surrounding area. Because early pioneer settlers never plowed the land, more than 175 species of wildflowers flourish throughout the year. Visitors also can view downtown Dallas on the horizon...
For information, call Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Open sunup-sundown daily. 1501 Flower Mound Road.
The church began as a log cabin. The original facility was replaced with the current structure, which is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, in 1901. Open 1-5 p.m. Mon. and Thu. 1501 Flower Mound Road.
The Flower Mound Presbyterian and Shiloh cemeteries contain markers from the Civil War, World War I and II, Korean and Vietnam wars, as well as graves from the 1860s to date.
Open sunup-sundown, daily. 6500 Cross Timbers Road.
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