Down through history, many ghost towns have dotted the Texas landscape, but none lived longer, thrived more successfully or died more tragically than this place. At the site of the old Indianola town, the park has picnicking, fishing, a boat ramp and camping (with hookups). Access via Texas 238 a...
Erected at the site of Indianola to commemorate where La Salle is thought to have first landed in Texas in 1685. Entire memorial is made of Kingsland pink granite, 22 feet in height. Highway rest area is adjacent to monument. On Texas 316.
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