In the heart of downtown, this park features the preserved home of William Wills, a cabin built in 1848, an old wagon and farm implements. On Second Street, just off U.S. 80.
The old T&P depot features memorabilia from the city and Van Zandt County. Open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 210 W. South Commerce St. Near U.S. 80 and 5th St.
This lakeside park offers hike-and-bike trails, miles of shoreline and a boat ramp in a wooded setting. More than 40 acres of native prairie--rare for East Texas--serve as habitat for more than 250 bird species. The park has some of the newest camping sites in the state park system, two large pic...
This restored caboose represents the important role the railroad played in the growth of Wills Point. Open daily. 114 W. S. Commerce St. In Ollie Webb Park.
This tribute to local service members includes memorials and military equipment. Open daily. 136 W. South Commerce St.
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