One of four small Wood County lakes. Parks offer boating, fishing and camping. Northwest of Hawkins and U.S. 80 via F.M. 14. .
This Wood County lake has parks at lakeside with camping, picnicking, swimming and fishing. Four miles northwest of Mineola off U.S. 69.
The museum features the history of Mineola, including a working telegraph office and sewing parlor. Exhibits feature the Select Theater, Governor James Hogg, MHS, black history, and the military. Open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thu.-Sat. Free. 114 N. Pacific. In the old post office building. www.mineola.com
On the Sabine River, the preserve's 3,000 acres offer birding, hiking, biking, equestrian trails, fishing, archery range, and playground. An annual NatureFest is held in October. Open 7 a.m.-sunset Mon.-Sun. 1860 C.R. 2724. From U.S. 69 turn east on Loop 564, right on C.R. 2724. . www.mineola.co...
Memorabilia and documents from the early railroad days in Mineola when sweet potatoes and watermelon were shipped to other parts of the country. Nearby is a restored caboose. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. 115 W. Front St. www.mineola.com
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