Points of Interest
Established 1885, seat of Mills County. Trade center for agricultural products including wool, mohair,
fruits, cattle, turkeys and pecans. Area was long plagued by Indian raids; in fact, Comanches and Apaches
often fought over area before first white settlers arrived. White-tailed deer popular with hunters each fall
and winter season; fishing excellent in nearby Colorado River and Pecan Bayou all year.
Mills County Museum
Features replicas of pioneer rooms, general exhibits, local history and photographs. Open afternoons
Mon., Wed., Fri., Third & Fisher Sts.