Named for the Sand Crawl formation south of town, the museum features representations of the area from Pleistocene riverbed to settlement. An outdoor exhibit features farm equipment, a half-dugout house, along with replicas of the Sand Hills. Open 8:30 a.m.–noon and 1–5 p.m. Mon., Wed.–Fri.; noon...
A chain of sand dunes that extend 130 miles, three to five miles wide. Archeological findings show that the area was inhabited 6,000 years ago, Comanches camped in the area, and Spanish explorers and later Anglo-Americans used the old Native American trails. On F.M. 168 south of town.
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