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Kell House

The Kell House is one of the most historically and architecturally significant building in Wichita Falls. Built in 1909

Wichita Falls, TX Historic Homes

Dundee State Fish Hatchery

Located below the dam atLake Diverson, hatchery is a research facility producing fish for public waters. Built in 1927 and operated by Texas Parks &Wildlife's Inland Fisheries. Located 22 miles south of Electra..Large group tours can be arranged by calling 940/586-1203

Electra, TX Fish Hatcheries

Red River Speedway

Stock car races every Fri. night at 8 p.m. Apr. - Aug. Special races held throughout season. Take U.S. 287 west to F.M. 369

Wichita Falls, TX Car Races

River Bend Nature Works

Nestled amid 15 acres in the city, River Bend Nature Works is an environmental education center. Visitors enjoy the wetland pond habitat, the bird habitat, bird watching and other activities. A one-mile interpretive nature trail loops through the site;

Wichita Falls, TX Nature Centers

The Plex Entertainment Center

Features go-karts, bumper boats, video arcade, two 18

Wichita Falls, TX Entertainment

Old City Light Plant

Tour the WPA-built brick structure, housing electric generating equipment, which once supplied power to the community's municipal power system. Corner of Railroad Ave. and Wilbarger St.

Electra, TX Tours

Lake Arrowhead State Park

Water-oriented recreation featured at this 524-acre park. Visitors find campsites with/without hookups, rest rooms with showers, boat ramp, and dump station. Activities include 18-hole disc golf course, fishing, swimming, and water skiing. Some 14 miles south of Wichita Falls via U.S. 281

Wichita Falls, TX State Parks



Railroad Museum

Vintage railcars recall nostalgia of train travel. Cars include MK&T diesel switch engine, Texas & Pacific Pullman car, two World War II troop sleepers, Fort Worth & Denver baggage car and post office car, and a Burlington coach "Silver Falls,"

Wichita Falls, TX Museums


Wichita Falls Waterfall

A re-creation of falls faces north on I-44 and replaces original falls washed away in a flood in 1886. Water that forms 54-foot-high falls recirculates at 3,500

Wichita Falls, TX Natural Attractions

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