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Winters, Texas

Winters was first settled about 1880, and the post office was established in 1886 before the townsite was designated. It was incorporated in 1909 when the railroad built through and land value jumped to $7 per acre. Winters is now the commercial and distribution center for the large agricultural and ranching area.

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Colburn Park, W. Lee

Adjacent to local Elm Creek Reservoir, the park includes 14 spaces for recreational vehicles with full hookups. Other features include a fishing pier, volley ball court, softball field, children'

Winters, TX Parks

Z. I. Hale Museum

Mrs. Nina Hale donated the two-story clinic in memory of her late husband, Dr. Z. I. Hale, long-time area optometrist, for the museum. Keeping with theme "Our Heritage," museum features exhibits of area history, photographs and documents, and old horse-drawn hearse used in city from 1906-1920

Winters, TX Museums

Things to do near Winters, TX

Coke County Museum

In a rustic 1907 building that housed the city's jail, the museum features antique exhibits and other memorabilia donated or ...

Hubbard Creek Lake Parks/Public Access

Mile-Long Bridge--- Parking Located west of Breckenridg...

Texas Travel Information Center

In the Heart of the Texas Panhandle on East Interstate Highway 40, one of the 12 Texas Travel Information Centers operated by...

Canadian River Wagon Bridge

A 1916 steel bridge built over the waters of the Canadian River now is the focal point for a scenic hike and bike trail. The ...

Old Tascosa

Pioneer settlers in the early 1870s built adobe huts and irrigation ditches along area creeks. After 1875, village became a s...