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Seymour, Texas

Located on the Brazos River in Baylor County, Seymour was established in 1879 by settlers from Oregon. Artist Tom Lea was contracted in April of 1941 to paint a mural for the Seymour Post Office depicting early life in Seymour and Baylor county when Comanche Indians were an integral part of life. The mural can be seen today in the Post Office building.

Available recreational activities include swimming, boating, tennis, and RV hookups. Salt Fork River Estates Golf Course is a new municipal facility offering a 9-hole golf course, swimming pool and fishing pond.

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Things to do near Seymour, TX

Garza Theatre

One of the first movie theaters in West Texas, opened in 1920 featuring silent films; 1929 adapted to sound; closed in 1957. ...

Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge

Founded 1935, oldest national wildlife refuge in Texas. Established principally for migratory waterfowl, also home of native ...

Camping

White River has picnic areas with 30 tables, 4 camping areas, 2 RV areas with water and electricity only, a fishing house, an...

Battle of Adobe Walls

Site where two famous Indian battles were fought. Col. Kit Carson (in his last fight) and his U.S. troops in 1864 narrowly es...

Lone Star Rising

America's newest outdoor musical set in the beautiful Fritch Fortress Ampitheatre. Be transported back in time and join Ma an...