Terrill Antique Car Museum

The Terrill Antique Car Museum is located in De Leon, Texas.

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Comanche County Museum

This article was written by Sierra Dyson. Here is some information you will need for your next daytrip to Comanche County, TX. Be sure to plan to drive around and take a look at all the available Historical Markers. The Comanche County Museum is located at 402 Morman Road in Comanche, Texas. The museum’s start … Continue reading Comanche County Museum

Comanche County Outlaw

The 21st Birthday of John Wesley Hardin By: Brandon Mangan John Wesley Hardin, Abilene, Kansas - 1871 The day of May 26th, 1874 is a day of infamy in Comanche County. It didn’t start that way. The residents of Comanche awoke with a spirit of excitement – horse races were being held northeast of town … Continue reading Comanche County Outlaw

A Little White House Bed and Breakfast

By: Sierra Dyson Alittlewhitehouse is a bed and breakfast located at 916 E Reynosa Ave. in De Leon, Texas. It is currently owned by Carrie Morris. The house was originally built in the 1930s by Mr. and Mrs.Sloan who later sold the house to Robert and Faye Howard, Carrie’s grandparents,  in 1967. The house has … Continue reading A Little White House Bed and Breakfast

Woven Roots

**Mention this website and receive 5% off your purchase of any kitchen, bath, or body care items. ** If you are looking to do a bit of shopping while visiting Comanche County, TX, look no further! Woven Roots is an adorable boutique and home goods store located at 111 N. Houston St Comanche, Texas (on … Continue reading Woven Roots

Shuga Pops

**SAVE 10% OFF YOUR PURCHASE AT SHUGA POPS IF YOU MENTION THIS WEBSITE** This gourmet popcorn and vintage candy shop located in Deleon, Texas, was recently established on October 1, 2018, by Beth Whitsell and her family. It is located at 156 N Texas in De Leon. Their motto is, “You are what you eat, … Continue reading Shuga Pops

Proctor Lake, Gateway To Comanche County, Texas

By: Brandon Mangan  Proctor Lake in Comanche County, Texas has been a destination for fishing and recreation since it was created between the Sabana and Leon rivers in 1963. The Army Corps of Engineers maintains four parks on the lake – Copperas Creek, High Point, Promontory and Sowell Creek Park. Although High Point has … Continue reading Proctor Lake, Gateway To Comanche County, Texas

The Hidden Penny Grave Off Sipe Springs

Not much is known about this mysterious spot, but if you live in the surrounding area of Comanche Country, more than likely you've heard the legend of the Penny Grave. Located off of FM 1477, you can check this one out for yourself at all times of the year. A marker labeled with "grave of … Continue reading The Hidden Penny Grave Off Sipe Springs

The History Of The Peach And Melon Festival

The Peach and Melon Festival By: Sierra Dyson            Originally called the Free Fall Fair, the Peach and Melon Festival takes place in De Leon, Texas, a small town located in Comanche County, the first full week in August. The festival originally began in 1914 only a month after the start of World War 1 … Continue reading The History Of The Peach And Melon Festival