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Buffalo Creek
County Road 1112
Cleburne, TX 76033
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Phone: (817)-645-2455
Meandering through downtown Cleburne, Buffalo Creek was once used as a watering stop by conquistadors, Indians and cowboys, being on the northern path of the great cattle drives of the Chisholm Trail. Considered at one time sacred by the Indians, you can now stroll along its banks on tree lined paths, relaxing on benches and taking in the quiet serenity provided by the flowing waters of the creek. Take a step back in time while enjoying the many shops and eateries of downtown Cleburne.
Cleburne State Park
5800 Park Road 21
Cleburne, TX 76033
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Phone: (817)-645-4215
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Cleburne State Park is a 528-acre park that encompasses a lively 116-acre, spring-fed lake. Located southwest of Fort Worth, in Johnson County, the park was acquired from the city of Cleburne and private owners in 1935-36 and was opened in 1938. Cleburne State Park mountain bike trails offer 5.5 miles of beautiful scenery with a variety of challenges for all experience levels. The terrain on the trail is as diverse as the hills. You will experience treacherous down hills, fast smooth flats, and everything in between. The technical and wooded trails form an entire loop that has made this trail one of the favorites for mountain bikers in training or for those who enjoy a challenging ride. The trail will test your skills and endurance and is well worth your time! Fishing and boating on the clear blue waters of Cedar Lake or picnicking at one of the many picnic tables is a wonderful way to spend the day with your family. Campsites facing the lake are available as well.
Cleburne Youth Sports Complex
700 Farm-to-Market Road 2135 N
Cleburne, TX 76033
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Phone: (817)-645-0949
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Cleburne's Youth Sports Complex is known for its combination of a classic look with modern features. The 90- acre site, located in Southeast Cleburne, is the largest single park and recreation project ever undertaken by the City of Cleburne. With seven baseball/softball fields, 20 soccer fields, and two football fields, there is more than enough space for up and coming athletes to play and compete. Added attractions include two playgrounds, batting cages, four pavilions, scoreboards, as well as lights on several fields. Since opening in September of 2005, the complex is being recognized as one of the leading youth sports venues in the Metroplex. Several regional and pre-state tournaments have been hosted at the complex and more are in the planning.
Hamm Creek County Park
6957 W. FM 916
Rio Vista, TX 76093
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Phone: (817)-556-9311

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This beautiful county park is located on the Brazos River with beautiful limestone bluffs on one side and sandy shores on the other. These meandering bluffs eliminate windy conditions, making the water like glass. For this reason the area has been recognized several times in the Texas Skiers Magazine as one of the top ten places for river skiing in Texas. The park is in the process of major renovations, having just completed a new two lane boat ramp with parking to accommodate about 50 boat trailers. There are 30 new picnic shelters at the park with five family sites, two large pavilions that will accommodate large groups of 200 each and two more restrooms. The park contains 31 campsites (21 pull-throughs and 10 back ins) all with 50 Amp electrical and water, a dump station, 10 equestrian pads with electrical and water and two restrooms with showers. This beautiful park is one of the best kept secrets in Texas so be sure to check it out when in Cleburne.
Lake Pat Cleburne
2500 Country Club Road
Cleburne, TX 76033-8588
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Phone: (817)-645-0949
Fax: (817)-645-0989
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Lake Pat Cleburne is located in the southwestern edge of Cleburne. The lake serves as the principle source of water for Cleburne and has over 1,500 surface acres. Four boat ramps are conveniently located around the lake. Recreational activities at and around the lake include a municipal golf course, swimming (at your own risk, no life guards on duty), boating, picnicking and fishing. The lake is an excellent location for bird watching. Of note, pelicans and bald eagles have been observed during migratory periods. Lake Pat Cleburne is also the site of Cleburne’s annual 4th of July celebration. A dynamic fireworks display may be observed each year as the fireworks are launched from the dam. Thousands of spectators enjoy the display from every vantage point from boats to rooftops.
Pin Center Bowl
112 Williams Ave.
Cleburne, TX 76033
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Phone: (817)-641-4441
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Reminiscent of your hometown neighborhood bowling center, the Pin Center Bowl at 112 Williams Avenue in Cleburne has activities for kids of all ages. Check out their well kept bowling lanes, snack bar, a video arcade for the young and young at heart and five billiard tables. The center offers a Buy One Game - Get Second Game Free Coupon. The lanes are open Monday thru Saturday from 12:00 noon to 10:00 p.m. and on Sunday from 1:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Splash Station
901 Hillsboro St.
Cleburne, TX 7631
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Phone: (817)556-6289
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located at Hulen Park, is the city's premier aquatic venue. The zero entry leisure pool, surrounded by lounging chairs and shaded tree decks, highlights an interactive spray pad, spectacular water spray feature, a whirling vortex and two 120' ft winding slides. The 8 lane, 25 yard competition pools is open year round.
Winston Patrick McGregor Park
1628 W. Henderson
Cleburne, TX 76033
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Phone: (817)-645-0949

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Winston Patrick McGregor Park is at the corner of West Henderson and Colonial Drive. The land, financial gift and house were bequeathed to the City of Cleburne by M. Frank Scott, longtime resident of the City. The 10-acre park is a botanical style park featuring native plants and plants that are suitable for the Cleburne area. The park has walking paths, a pavilion/gazebo, a pond with fountain, children’s garden, memorial grove and a variety of educational and recreational activities. The house, now completely restored, is used for meetings, small receptions, and other gatherings. The gazebo will accommodate concerts, weddings, and other events.
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