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Cameron, Texas
P.O. Box 432
Cameron, TX 76520
254.697.4979
www.cameron-tx.com
Cameron, Texas

Attractions in Cameron

Although it’s a small city by most standards, Cameron offers outsized charm courtesy of its many locally owned businesses and tourist destinations. From pitching horseshoes to enjoying a meal like your granny used to make, it’s the simple pleasures offered at these community hotspots that will have you falling in love with the town and its people. The following are a few of the best attractions in Cameron to check out the next time you visit.

Airport Park Complex
It is batter up at this park complex that’s home to the Cameron Yoe High School boys’ baseball and girls’ softball teams. The park’s five fields host kids’ and adult leagues, with Field 5 designated as a first-come, first-served field open to the public.
4900 North Fannin Avenue
Cameron, TX 76520
(254) 697-6646


Cameron Municipal Airport
Coast into town in style onto the 3,200-foot asphalt runway at the city airport, which also features an AWOS system, self-pay jet fuel/av gas, and pilot's lounge. If you’re just passing through, hearty diner food is just a quick walk down the road at 50’s Cafe.  
3407 North Travis Avenue
Cameron, TX 76520
(254) 697-6646


Cameron ISD Performing Arts Center
Opened in 2004, the performing arts center at C.H. Yoe High School is a hub for arts and culture in the Cameron area. Inside the 23,000-square-feet venue you might catch a performance by the Temple Symphony Orchestra, Little Joe y La Familia, or the local community theater troupe.
1000 North Fannin Avenue
Cameron, TX 76520
(254) 697-3512


City Pool Park
City Pool Park features a splash pad, basketball and sand volleyball courts, and areas for horseshoes and washers. It’s also connected to a beautiful hike-and-bike trail that runs to Ben Milam Elementary School, so you have plenty of ways to work up a sweat before a refreshing dip in the water.
Cameron, TX 76520


El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail
Fans of Texas history will know the historic El Camino Real de los Tejas, a 2,500-mile trail the Spanish began using in the 17th century. The section that runs through Milam County received the first National Historic Trail signage depicting the trail in the State of Texas. It contains three former mission sites, a presidio, and an Indian village.9112 North FM 908
Rockdale, TX 76567
(512) 862-3330


Milam Community Theater
This local theatre group has been lighting up the stage of the Williams Event Center for more than 20 years. Performances are usually held on weekends and include both classic hits and lesser-known works. Join them for an evening of that special kind of magic you can only get watching a live play, when anything can happen on any given night.408 South Columbus Avenue
Cameron, TX 76520
(254) 697-2595


Milam County Museum
Until 1978, the building that now houses the Milam County Museum served as the county jail and the home of the sheriff and his family. Today you can see it in much the same way as it was originally furnished, along with other relics and artifacts from the area, including dental equipment owned by longtime resident and civic leader Arthur E. Kruse, D.D.S., born in 1893. Open Tuesday and Thursday or by appointment.
201 East Main Street
Cameron, TX 76520
(254) 697-4770


Milam County Courthouse & Cameron City Hall-McLane Municipal Center
Another can’t-miss piece of local legend is the county courthouse, built in 1892 in Renaissance Revival style at a cost of $75,000. The clock tower and statue of Justice, which were removed in the ‘30s for safety reasons, were returned in a recent restoration project that brought the beautiful building back to its former glory. The 1891, Victorian-style McLane Municipal Center was also renovated in the early 2000’s, and together with the courthouse acts as the epicenter of historic downtown Cameron.
102 South Fannin Avenue
Cameron, TX 76520
(254) 697-7000


Wilson-Ledbetter Park
Cameron doesn’t get more picturesque than Wilson-Ledbetter Park, with its 25 acres of green grass, the iron bridge over Brushy Creek, and the many species of wildlife. No wonder some of the best annual events are held here, from April’s FunFest & BBQ Shootout (formerly the Dewberry Festival) and the Fourth of July celebration. Facilities include picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, and the American Legion Hut for group events.
1007 South College Avenue
Cameron, TX 76520
(254) 697-6646

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Cameron, Texas
P.O. Box 432
Cameron, TX 76520
254.697.4979
www.cameron-tx.com
Cameron, Texas

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