History buffs enjoy touring the restored buildings of one of many forts along the Texas Forts Trail. Fort Belknap protected early settlers and was a stop on the famous Butterfield Overland Mail Route. This Young County park has museum and picnic facilities. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays (closed Wed...
These two lakes form an impoundment on a tributary of the Brazos River. Parks offer fishing, boating and camping. Two miles northwest of Graham off U.S. 380 and F.M. 61. .
This museum in the former post office features a historic mural painted by Alexander Hogue, a permanent collection, special exhibits and gift shop. Admission fee for special exhibits. Open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.-Fri. Corner of Third and Oak streets.
Houses memorabilia from World War II. Exhibits include munitions, uniforms and a large collection of model aircraft of the era. By appointment only. Above CAF Cactus Squadron hangar at Graham Municipal Airport on U.S. 380 east of city.
Features a 7-foot, red granite star inscribed with the names of 157 Young County men and women who have died serving their country since World War I. Completed in 2000. On east side of Young County Courthouse.
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