Lake Mineral Wells, TX., 20 Mile Biking Trail / Stimulate your sense of adventure while climbing and rappelling towering cliffs, traversing the stone steps of Penitentiary Hollows or hiking the 20-mile trailway.

Lake Mineral Wells State Park & Trailway west of Fort Worth is known for its beautiful lake and awesome rock climbing. The trailway winds gently through remote farm and ranch lands and ends in a typical downtown district of an active West Texas community.

Lake Mineral Wells State Park, Mineral Wells, TX: Just 45 minutes west of Fort Worth, this park offers plenty of recreation. You can hike bike, or horseback ride along 12.8 miles of park trails, or the 20 mile trailway, swim, boat, or fish at the lake, go rock climbing, or camp at one of their campsites.

These 20 Gorgeous State Parks In Texas Will Knock Your Socks Off

Lake Mineral Wells State Park, Mineral Wells, TX: Just 45 minutes west of Fort Worth, this park offers plenty of recreation. You can hike bike, or horseback ride along 12.8 miles of park trails, or the 20 mile trailway, swim, boat, or fish at the lake, go rock climbing, or camp at one of their campsites.

Mineral Wells Fossil Park-take your kids fossil hunting on a nice day. Free. Keep what you find. Carefully read what you need to do to plan your visit!

Dallas, TX - Mineral Wells Fossil Park-take your kids fossil hunting on a nice day. Carefully read what you need to do to plan your visit!

"The Hexagon House" Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas was built in 1895 by David Gehugh Galbraith, inventor of the paper clip.

"The Hexagon House." Hotel Built in Hexagon Hotel was built by David Gehugh Galbraith in 1895 and opened December 1897 as a well ventilated hotel some sixty-one years before air conditioning became widely available.

Mineral Wells drinking "Crazy Water" thought to be a cure all of the times. People came from all over the the healing power of the mineral water

Mineral Wells TX ~ drinking "Crazy Water" thought to be a cure all of the times. People came from all over the the healing power of the mineral water

Hexagon Hotel Mineral Wells TX Staircase by YetiLoveMonkey, via Flickr

Hexagon Hotel Mineral Wells TX Staircase Hexagon shaped hotel designed and built by David G. Galbraith located in Mineral Wells in the

The Baker Hotel Fine Art Photo Mineral Wells, Tx

The Baker Hotel Fine Art Photo Mineral Wells by DopitaPhotography

Mineral Wells, Texas  The most famous street marker in the south.  Showing the 80 foot neon sign of the world-famous Crazy Crystals.  Baker Hotel in background.

Main Street Showing Crazy Sign Mineral Wells, Texas The most famous street marker in the south. Showing the 80 foot neon sign of the worl.

Mineral Wells Fossil Park

Mineral Wells Fossil Park

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