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Fort Richardson State Park & Historic Site

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Fort Richardson State Park & Historic Site, Texas

Ditch the History Channel and experience the good ol’ days of Texas IRL (in real life) at Fort Richardson! This restored site was the northernmost of a line of federal forts established after the Read more...
Ditch the History Channel and experience the good ol’ days of Texas IRL (in real life) at Fort Richardson! This restored site was the northernmost of a line of federal forts established after the Civil War and was abandoned due to unhealthy conditions. Long story short, it’s now an awesome place to camp and catch a bit of history while you’re at it! Take a guided tour (Mon-Fri) of the seven original buildings - one, a bakery that would churn out 600 loaves daily #notglutenfree - or explore at your own pace on the weekend. Bottom line: all tours are free! Other activities at the historical grounds include angling catfish, bass and trout at Quarry Lake. Or take to the Lost Creek Reservoir Trailway, a 10-mile hike, bike and equestrian trail that will set you on a path of discovery through the park. For a lesson in the outdoors and our country’s history, book a site at Fort Richardson!
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