Attractions

Ghost Walk

THE HISTORIC CLARKSVILLE,TX. GHOST WALK Allow us to take you back in time in a town that is older than the State of Texas. Hear fascinating and true tales of early Clarksville history and ghostly happenings that will cause a … Continue reading

Lennox Woods Preserve

One of the most beautiful and pristine old-growth forests in the state, the 275-acre Lennox Woods Preserve is a vital refuge for several rare species of plant and animal communities supported by the waters of Pecan Bayou, one of the … Continue reading

Page’s Tree

This towering post oak was in its prime when it was selected, more than a century ago, to serve the cause of frontier justice for the early settlers of Red River County. Its first recorded service came in 1837, when … Continue reading

PRIDE Creek Walk and Fireman’s Park

The Historic Creek Walk began some ten years ago as a project by the Pride organization. The six block walk follows the path of the Delaware Creek through some of Clarksville’s most historic areas. Continue reading

R.B. Ravens Gallery

R.B. Ravens Gallery RB Ravens is a gallery specializing in the finest pre-1930s Navajo Weavings, Pueblo Pottery, Hopi Kachinas, American Indian Painting, and Contemporary Art. At R.B. Ravens Gallery we specialize in pre-1930s Navajo textiles, historic Pueblo Pottery, Hopi Kachinas … Continue reading

The William Becknell/Robbinsville Historic Cemetery Dedication

Clarksville, Texas—The Texas Historical Commission (THC) recently designated The William Becknell/Robbinsville Cemetery as a Historic Texas Cemetery. The distinction means the cemetery has been legally recorded through the THC’s Historic Texas Cemetery Program, an important step in ensuring its preservation. … Continue reading

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