A tree-shaded picnic area beside picturesque Salado Creek, which was Texas' first designated natural landmark. The site was a Native American campground long before recorded history. Since Main Street was part of the Chisholm Trail, ruts from wagon wheels still appear in the bedrock of the creek ...
Salado Chamber of Commerce, in the Civic Center on Main Street, offers information on festivals held here. It hosts the annual Wildflower Art Show and Art in the Park. 881 N. Main St. 254/947-5040. firstname.lastname@example.org. www.salado.com.
This inn, built in 1860, was originally known as the Shady Villa Inn and was a prominent site on the Chisholm Trail. The guest book reads like a frontier Who's Who: Gen. George A. Custer, Robert E. Lee, Sam Houston, Jesse James and Shanghai Pierce. The primary old frame structure is restored as a...
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