The museum features a collection of antique farm equipment. Exhibits include a Caterpillar combine used in the 1930s, horse-drawn equipment, early tractors and a vintage windmill. Signs offer a self-guided tour. Open dawn-dusk daily. On East Old Route 66.
This is a working 1850s cotton farm in the Brazos Valley. Costumed staff re-create what life was like here more than 150 years ago. Visitors can join the staff in farm activities. Open 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily.
The Buckhorn Museum features thousands of wildlife exhibits. The saloon features Old West entertainment. The Texas Ranger Museum houses hundreds of Texas Ranger artifacts. Open 10 a.m. daily, call or visit website for exact closing time. Admission charge. 318 E. Houston St. www.buckhornmuseum.com
In the red bluffs near Lake Theo, archeologists unearthed bison jawbones. A replica of this discovery is displayed in the park. Descendants of the Charles Goodnight bison herd, dubbed the "Official Texas State Bison Herd," are pastured here. Offers developed campsites and backcountry sites. Admis...
A converted section of old railway goes through Clarity Tunnel and takes hikers, bikers and equestrians overland for 64 miles through rolling plains.
This park has two sites on Cooper Lake.
With 3,026 acres and 31 miles of shoreline, Cooper Lake offers a variety of land- and water-based recreational opportunities. Picnic, swim, explore developed trails, or boat and fish in the 19,300-acre lake. Overnight visitors can choose from shelters, and developed or primitive campsites, includ...
The Rolling Plains expand into the wide-open spaces of North Texas. This land has been cut by the Pease River into gullies, mesas and juniper breaks. Two small lakes offer fishing. Equestrian campers can take a 9.5-mile overland trail through the backcountry. Admission charge. 777 Park Road 62....
Honors local cowboy Charles H. Noyes. Noyes' family commissioned the work by world-famed sculptor Pompeo Coppini. On the courthouse lawn, intersection of U.S. 83 and U.S. 67.
The museum includes works by noted cowboy artists, plus farm and ranch artifacts from the early 20th century. Open 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Other times by request. 113 S. Wetherbee St.
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