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For more information, please contact the Graham Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitors Bureau at (940)-549-3355.
At over a mile in circumference, Graham's historic town square is the largest in America. The beautifully restored downtown area features public art, museums, and excellent shopping at a wide variety of shops and boutiques. Also in the heart of downtown is the Young County Veterans Memorial, which honors an entire century of men and women from the country who served in the armed forces.
Driving Tour & Walking Tour of Young County
Our local historian often says "Fort Worth is where the West begins but Young County is where the West happened." The area is rich in history with stories about cattle drives, Indian raids, frontier settlers and black gold. Also available is a walking tour describing the history of the unique community and brings to life the stories behind the buildings that line the streets of the Downtown Square. Contact the Graham CVB for your very own copy at 940-549-0401.
Fort Belknap was established in 1851 as a second-line frontier fort to protect both the settlers and Native Americans from each other. The Fort became the hub network of roads, most notably the Butterfield Overland Mail route. For more information, call 940-846-3222.
Graham Country Club
Rated by Dallas Morning News as one of the top nine-hole golf courses in Texas, Graham Country Club offers a challenge to golfers of all skill levels. The course is open to the public, and the restaurant provides excellent dining with flexible space for gatherings. For more information call 940-549-7721.
Only a hand full of these once-abundant outdoor theaters are still operating today. Graham's Drive-In theater offers first-run and recent movies on their new digital projector from May to October. It's a must-do if visiting in the summer months. Call 940-549-2077.
Texas is known nationally for its exceptional hunting and Graham is proud to host hunters throughout the year. Fall brings dove, quail, and deer season. Spring offers wild turkey hunting. Feral hogs and predator hunting are available year-round.
Located only a few miles north of Graham, Lake Graham and Lake Eddleman are joined by a small equalization channel. While both serve as water reservoirs for the community, the lakes also present the perfect setting for water recreation and fishing. There are two public boat ramps at each location. Graham is also a few minutes north of Possum Kingdom Lake.
On the west side of the Downtown Square, the National Theater was built in 1919 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is beautifully restored with three screens showing first-run movies. Call 940-549-2077.
Old Post Office Museum & Art Center
Located within Graham's former U.S. Post Office (1937-1992), the Old Post Office Museum & Art Center is an education in the history and culture of Young County. Focusing primarily on the time period of 1850 to the present, the museum provides historical exhibits that help visitors understand the struggles and triumphs of those who developed the North Texas frontier. Call 940-549-1470 for museum hours and information.
Young County Arena
The region's biggest tourist draw, the Young County Arena is a multi-purpose facility that plays host to exciting and entertaining events throughout the year. The versatile site offers two different arenas - one a fully enclosed, climate-controlled indoor arena. Call 940-521-0434.