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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

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

Replica of World's Tallest Windmill

Originally constructed of wood in El Canyon de las Casas Amarillas (The Canyon of the Yellow Houses) on the XIT Ranch in 1887...

Baylor County Museum

History of town and county is displayed through exhibits of historical photographs, clothing and furniture, memorabilia, vete...

Big Texan Cowboy Palace

Adjacent to the Big Texan Steak Ranch, this 350-seat theater is for concerts, musical reviews, special events and parties thr...

Battle of Adobe Walls

Site where two famous Indian battles were fought. Col. Kit Carson (in his last fight) and his U.S. troops in 1864 narrowly es...

Crosby County Pioneer Memorial Museum

Complex includes museum exhibit hall and furnished replica of rock house built by Henry Clay Smith, pioneer farmer who came t...