You will find enticing diversity here - in the scenery, the history, the food, and the people. And you will discover a hospitality born of gracious Southern roots, sprinkled with old-fashioned Western grit, and spiced with the cultures and customes of Hispanic, German, Czech, and two dozen or so other significant ancestries.
Texas is, indeed, like a whole other country.
Tree lovers must see the Second Largest Recorded Live Oak Tree in Texas. This massive tree is recognized by the Texas Forest Service among their "Registry of Champion Big Trees," and is believed to be the 2nd largest in the state. Thought to be approximately 500Columbus, TX Natural Attractions
Proctor Lake has 4 parks for camping or day use activites with RV, tent, screened shelter, and group camping facilities. The parks include: Copperas Creek Park, Sowell Creek Park, Promontory Park, and High Point Park. Copperas Creek Park is located on FM 2861 off of Highway 377, TX Camping
Located one mile east of downtown Arlington in Meadowbrook Park, Meadowbrook Golf Course, built in 1935, is the oldest course in Arlington. The 9-Hole executive layout, par 32 consists of six par fours 250 to 300 yards in length and three par threes approximately 150Arlington, TX Golf Courses
The Old Depot Museum contains railroad memorabilia of the Houston and Texas Central Railroad. A metal caboose and wooden caboose sit beside the old depot. A newspaper article stated the passenger train would leave Houston at 2:30 p.m. and arrive in Burton at 5:30Burton, TX Railroad History
The Crockett County Interpretive Trail & Visitor Center Park is a wonderful collection of native plant material that would be seen within 100Ozona, TX Trails
Fishing at Granger Lake varies throughout the year. Large catfish, along with the annual crappie and white bass runs bring many people to the lake for a taste of good Texas fishing. The largest black bass caught to date at Granger Lake had a certified weight of 11.62 lbs, White Bass 2.64, TX Fishing