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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.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

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

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

Things to do near Winters, TX

Blarney Stone

Appropriate to the town's ethnic orientation, a fragment of the genuine Blarney Stone from ruins of Blarney Castle, County Co...

Dal Paso Museum

Home furnishings, pioneer tools, ranch and farm equipment from early days of settlement. Also exhibits of works by local arti...

Heritage Museum

Pioneer and Indian artifacts, art exhibits, and displays of local history and early West Texas. Houses the world's largest co...

Algerita Art Center

Features local and area artists' works in the restored Algerita Hotel....

Ranching Heritage Center

History of ranching told through 35 authentic structures moved to this 16-acre site: bunkhouse, barn, dugout, windmills, ranc...