In the heart of downtown, this small park features the preserved home of William Wills, a cabin built in 1848. Other period items include 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, including agricultural artifacts, war uniforms, a quilt collection, and pictorial gallery. Open 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Mon.–Fri. 210 W. South Commerce St. , near U.S. 80 and 5th St. 903/873-8626.
This park on the shores of the 36,700-acre Lake Tawakoni reservoir 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...
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