This 1883 structure is one of very few remaining one-room school buildings and now offers living history and educational experiences. One block off the historic square on South Washington Street. Open April–Oct. 1–3 p.m. Sat. or by appointment. Closed holidays. 940/686-5385 or 940/686-2165.
Features more than 700 photos, and artifacts from the town's past. Includes a Horse Country exhibit, Civil War artifacts, and antique displays of medical, barber shop, kitchen and sewing items. Restaurant. Museum open 8 a.m.–2 p.m. Mon.–Sat. Free. 110 W. Main. 940/686-0158.
Set amid a mixed forest and prairie environments, this park offers access to the 30,000-surface-acre reservoir. It includes campsites, boat ramps, a marina, group pavilions, a lodge, mountain-bike trails, primitive and equestrian camping, and fishing. Admission and camping fees apply. www.tpwd.s...
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