Fort Griffin State Park and Historic Site

category : Museums
506 acres of parkland feature camping, trailer facilities, picnicking, fishing, nature study and hiking trails. Home of state-maintained Texas Longhorn herd. Ruins of several old fort buildings, three restored buildings, Visitor Center. On U.S. 283 at Clear Fork of the Brazos River.

Hours: Hours Open :Daily 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone: 915/762-3592

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