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Castaway Cove Waterpark
Castaway Cove Waterpark

Castaway Cove Water Park is Wichita Falls' best and most fun way to spend a warm summer day. Refreshing water rides for everyone await you. Visit today!

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Hamilton Park
Hamilton Park

Hamilton Park is a large 64 acre park located along Holliday Creek just north of Midwestern Parkway. It has a tennis center with 12 lighted courts and a pro shop. There is also a reservable picnic shelter with 6 tables, a public restroom, and 5 small picnic shelters.

Jump For Joy Party Play Center
Jump For Joy Party Play Center

Wichita Falls' original party play center. We are a local family owned business. Our 7,000 square foot facility is filled with interactive inflatables and a brightly decorated party room.

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Kell Field Air Terminal,
Kell Field Air Terminal,

Known as "Little Adobe" this pueblo revival building was constructed in 1928 to serve as the air terminal for Kell Field, the first municipal airport of Wichita Falls. In 1941 it was incorporated into Sheppard Field, a World War II Army Air Corps training center.

Kell House Museum
Kell House Museum

The Kell House is one of the most historically and architecturally significant buildings in Wichita Falls. The Museum features distinctive architecture designed by the local firm of Jones and Orlopp, original family furnishings, textiles, decorative arts, and historic costumes.

Kiwanis Park
Kiwanis Park

Kiwanis Park is a large 60 acre park located off Southwest Parkway east of Fairway. It has 4 lighted baseball fields, 2 public restrooms, and a large picnic shelter with 10 tables. There are also a large playground, 3 small shelters, and 3 barbeque grills.

Lake Wichita
Lake Wichita

Lake Wichita Park is a large 234 acre park located on the north shore of Lake Wichita. Within the park itself is a 2.6 mile concrete hike and bike trail that runs from the southern tip of the park at Fairway Avenue to the dam on the lake.

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Lake Wichita Park
Lake Wichita Park

Lake Wichita Park Lake Wichita Park is a large 234 acre park located on the north shore of Lake Wichita. Within the park itself is a 2.6 mile concrete hike and bike trail that runs from the southern tip of the park at Fairway Avenue to the dam on the lake.

Lamar Park
Lamar Park

Lamar Park, Wichita Falls, Texas. 2 likes · 503 were here. Park

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Largest Shovel in Texas
Largest Shovel in Texas

Wichita Falls, Texas: Largest Shovel in Texas Large shovel, blade down in the ground. Maybe 15 feet tall.

Lucy Park
Lucy Park

Lucy Park is a 178 acre regional park located in the center of the city. The park is in a bend of the Wichita River which gives it a natural setting with huge pecans, cottonwoods, and numerous other species of native and introduced trees.

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Museum of North Texas History
Museum of North Texas History

Welcome to the Museum of North Texas History! Located at 720 Indiana in Downtown Wichita Falls, Texas, we are the only general history museum in the city. Due to air conditioning issues, we are currently open Thursday - Saturday from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM.

Oscar Park
Oscar Park

Lake Wichita Park is a large 234 acre park located on the north shore of Lake Wichita. Within the park itself is a 2.6 mile concrete hike and bike trail that runs from the southern tip of the park at Fairway Avenue to the dam on the lake. The trail continues northward all the way to Lucy Park.

Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum
Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum

Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame & Museum ... only 10 days until wrestling takes over downtown Wichita Falls TX . ... United States. Get directions

Scotland Park
Scotland Park

Conveniently located just off northbound Interstate 44, Scotland Park offers many amenities. There is a large reservable shelter that has 12 picnic tables and can hold 72 people, and there is also a shady gazebo picnic shelter which has 4 tables. Nearby there's a nice playground and an ornamental pond with a fountain.

South Weeks Park
South Weeks Park

Named after W.F. Weeks and Harry C. Weeks who donated 258 acres of land to the city for park use in 1926, it is the largest of the city’s parks. Located along both sides of Holliday Creek, it is bounded by Midwestern Parkway on the north and Southwest Parkway on the south.

Spudder Park
Spudder Park

Spudder Park Wichita Falls, TX. Spudder Park baseball stadium in Wichita Falls, TX was built for their first semi-pro baseball team, the Spudders. They had four. The teams' name derives from an association with the oil industry, specifically, a person who prepares and operates a rig for drilling oil wells.

The World's Smallest Skyscraper
The World's Smallest Skyscraper

Wichita Falls, Texas: World's Smallest Skyscraper Only four stories tall, and skinny. Built by a con man who duped the city into believing he would build a 40 story skyscraper.

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Wichita Falls Museum of Art at Midwestern State University
Wichita Falls Museum of Art at Midwestern State University

Building bridges and making powerful connections through new experiences in art for all ages.

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Wichita Falls Railroad Museum
Wichita Falls Railroad Museum

Wichita Falls Railroad Museum in Wichita Falls Texas Wichita Falls Railroad Museum, a Museum, in Wichita Falls, TX 76301, address and phone number. Museums provide exhibits related to modern and fine arts, history, science and nature, dinosaurs, engineering and more.

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World's Littlest Skyscraper
World's Littlest Skyscraper

The Newby-McMahon Building, commonly referred to as the world's littlest skyscraper, is located at 701 La Salle (on the corner of Seventh and La Salle streets) in downtown Wichita Falls, Texas.

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