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Texas United States #67 Highway Guide

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Picnic Area @ Somervell, Texas County Line
Scenic view with picnic table and BBQ grill. - West to Cleburne State Park Campground. Camping. All campsites in the park provide a picnic table and grill along with a campfire ring.
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Junction 199
Canoe rentals. 199 South goes to Lake Whitney Recreation Area on the Brazos River, Texas.
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Hwy. 67 @ Brazos River
Scenic iron bridge with access to canoeing, hiking, camping, tubing, etc.
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Squaw Valley Golf Course
36 holes.
5.6
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Squaw Creek River
One of three rivers that join in Glen Rose, Texas.
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Glen Rose, Texas Convention and Visitor's Bureau
Tourist information center. Attractions in and around Glen Rose, Texas: The Promise, Glen Rose - Warm Country Heart Theatre - Barnard's Mill & Art Museum - Somervell County Museum - Squaw Valley Golf Course - Texas Amphitheatre - Broken 'O' on the Brazos - Rivers, Brazos and Paluxy - Blue Grass & Dulcimer Music Festivals, Glen Rose, Texas is the Blue Grass Capital of Texas, and hosts festivals each April and October.
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Junction 144 to Granbury, Texas
Squaw Creek Resevior, fishing, boating, and water sports. Lake Granbury fishing, boating, camping.
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Somervell County, Texas Expo Center and Amphitheatre
Tourist information. Rodeos, The Promise, concerts, horse shows, etc.
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Glen Rose , Texas Somervell County, Texas Chamber of Commerce
Tourist information.
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Intersection of Hwy 67 and TX 205
Tx 205 to Creation Evidence Museum and Dinosaur Valley State Park. View dinosaur footprints. - Dinosaur Valley State Park Campground: Camping - Facilities include campsites with water and electricity; restrooms with showers, a trailer dump station. Somervell County Museum, Squaw Creek Reservoir, Meridian and Cleburne State Parks, Comanche Peak Visitor's Center, Somervell County Expo Center and Amphitheater, Fossil Rim Wildlife Park, and Acton State Historic Site (smallest Texas state park) are nearby attractions.
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Paluxy River, Texas
One of three rivers that join in Glen Rose, Texas.
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Fossil Rim Wildlife Park, Texas
Hwy 67 @ CR 2008 Exotic wildlife, zebras, rhinos, antelope, etc. all in a wildlife setting.
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Cedar Ridge RV Park
Overnight camping for RV's and travel trailers.
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Picnic Area
Scenic overview of Chalk Mountain.
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Stephenville, Texas
Intersection of Hwy 67, Hwy 377, and Hwy 281.
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Dublin, Texas
Home of the Dr. Pepper Botting Museum.
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Junction Hwy 67 @ Hwy 6
South access via route #6 to communities of Hico, Texas, Iredell, Texas, Meridian, Texas, Clifton, Texas, Valley Mills, Texas, Waco Texas - North to Deleon, Texas, Rucker, Texas, Gorman, Texas, Carbon, Texas.
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Proctor, Texas
Junction 1476 to Lake Proctor, Texas, fishing, camping, etc.
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Leon River, Texas
Crossing of Leon River, Texas.
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Picnic Area
Picnic site with BBQ grill.
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Proctor Dam, Texas
Junction 2861 takes you to the dam.
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Comanche, Texas
Access to Lake Proctor, oldest courthouse in Texas, Comanche Museum, deer hunting, Comanche PowWow.
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Comanche Chamber of Commerce
Tourist information.
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Golf Course
Creek Bend Golf course 18 holes.
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147.4
Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill.
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Brownwood, Texas
Attractions in and around Brownwood, Texas. - Santa Fe Depot - Howard Payne University - The Lehnis Transportation Museum - Depot Civic and Cultural Center/Harvey House - Camp Bowie Memorial Park - Brown County Museum of History - Lake Brownwood State Park, camping, fishing, boating, etc. Campsites with electric, water, and sewer, trailer dump station, showers.
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RV Park
Camping for RV's and travel trailers with full hook-ups.
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Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill.
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Ballinger, Texas
Lake Ivie, Texas has camping fishing and water recreation. Sante Fe Depot built in 1911. Texas winery. Attractions in and around Ballinger, Texas: The Santa Fe Depot - The Charles H. Noyes Statue - Carnegie Library - Runnels County Courthouse - Ballinger Memory Lane Automotive Museum - The Pioneer Plaza, Ballinger - The Runnels County Veterans Memorial.
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Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill.
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San Angelo, Texas - Photo Fort Concho (picture shown is 1 of 4 mess halls).
Attractions in and around San Angelo, Texas - Concho River Walk - Concho Pearls - Fort Concho - Angelo State Planetarium - Paint Brush Alley - Bats at Foster Rd - E.H. Danner Museum of Telephone - El Paseo de Santa Angela - International Water Lily Garden Civic League Park - Railway Museum of San Angelo - Miss Hattie's Bordello Museum - River Walk-Celebration Bridge - San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts - San Angelo Nature Center. Access to San Angelo State Park Capground. Camping facilities include campsites with water and electricity, a trailer dump station; and restrooms with showers.
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Twin Butte's Marina
Junction State Park Road to lake and marina. Fishing, camping, etc.
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Picnic Area
Picnic area with grill. RV park with full hook-ups.
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Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill. Desert view.
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Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill.
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Golf Course
18 holes. Municipal course.
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Big Lake, Texas
Lake recreation.
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Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill.
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Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill. RV park with full hook-ups.
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McCamey, Texas
Attractions in and around McCamey, Texas - Mendoza Trail Museum / Adrian House - West Texas Wind Farm - Santa Fe Park - Horsehead Crossing - Castle Gap - Million Barrel.
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Hwy 385
Intersection of Hwy 67 and Hwy 385 N to Odessa, Texas.
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RV Park
RV Park with full hook-ups.
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Pecos River, Texas
Pecos River crossing. Desert scenic.
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Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill.
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KOA Campground
RV and trailer camping with full hook-ups. Showers, dump stations, etc.
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Fort Stockton, Texas
Attractions in and around Fort Stockton - Annie Riggs Museum - St. Genevive Winery. RV Parks, tourist information.
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Hwy 67 S
10 miles out of Fort Stockton, Texas Hwy 67 leaves I-10 going south to Alpine, Texas.
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Picnic Area
Junction and merger of Hwy 67 and Hwy 90. Picnic area with BBQ grill.
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RV Park
RV park with full hook-ups.
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Alpine, Texas - Photo Alpine welcome highway sign
Alpine Texas attractions: Museum of the Big Bend - Historic Downtown - Alpine's historic buildings date back to the late 1800's and early 1900'. Other attractions - Woodward Agate Ranch, Sul Ross State University. Kokernot Field and Park, picnic facilities. and beautiful view of Fort Davis Mountains.
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Fort Davis, Texas Highway
Hwy 67 intersects State Hwy 118 to Fort Davis. Scenic drive of 25 miles takes you up into the Davis Mountains and to McDonald Observatory. Worth getting off the beaten path of Hwy 67. Texas highway # 118 is called The Texas Mountain Trail. For travel south via Texas highway # 118 see Milebymile Texas Mountain Trail - City of Alpine to Big Bend National Park Texas Road Map Travel Guide.

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Picnic Area
Picnic area with BBQ grill.
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Baptist Encampment
Baptist encampment with beautiful surroundings.
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View from highway - Photo - Marfa Mystery Lights Observatory.
Marfa Lights, Texas. Viewing area for Marfa Lights. Lights that mysteriously appear over the horizon.
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Marfa, Texas - Photo Marfa business area
Attractions in Marfa, Texas: Marfa Lights - Marfa Presidio County Museum - Presidio County Courthouse - El Paisano Hotel - Fort D.A. Russell. A city full of the Mexican culture.
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Junction TX 170
Scenic drive to Redford, Texas, Lajitas, Texas, Terlingua, Texas and Big Bend National Park.
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Presidio, Texas
Presidio, Texas, the only legal port of entry to Mexico between El Paso and Del Rio, is located in Southwest Texas: the doorway to Old Mexico, Big Bend State Park, and Big Bend National Park on the Texas Mountain Trail via El Camino del Rio. The El Camino del Rio is 99 miles of the most magnificent road in North America, as proclaimed by National Geographic Magazine. Our sister city, Ojinaga, Mexico, has a metropolitan population of 30,000. This is the starting point for Mexican adventures such as Chihuahua City, Coyame Caverns, Copper Canyon and Peguis Canyon. The Chihuahua Pacifico Railroad begins in Ojinaga and is the shortest, most direct route to the Pacific Ocean from here.
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