This 14-mile trail begins at the Juniper Point recreation area. Mile posts have been erected along the way. Adjacent to Lake Texoma, 12 miles north of city.
This 11,300-acre refuge is a haven for migrating and wintering waterfowl on the Big Mineral Arm of Lake Texoma. About 300 bird species have been recorded here. A self-guided driving tour is available. The visitor center has interpretive displays, and bird lists. From U.S. 82, go east to F.M. 901...
This well served as a watering stop for trail drivers along the Butterfield Stage Line until 1902. The well was rediscovered and rebuilt, along with a historical marker. Downtown on Main Street.
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