This 25-acre park in the center of town offers birding, fishing in Coleto Creek, hike-and-bike trails, picnicking, playground, tennis and basketball courts and a pavilion. 365 Coleto Park Road. 361/575-6366.
Town features many historic structures, some dating to mid- and late-1800s. For self-guided tour information: 361/564-2661.
This museum in two historic buildings, both in the National Register of Historic Places, features exhibits on area history, including a hand-operated elevator, a 1900s fire wagon, the first area "lawman's" pistol, Native American arrowheads and an antique doll collection. Gift shop. Open 2:30–4:3...
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