A bus charter in Wichita Falls, Texas can help you tour this city of around 105,000 people.
A bus charter in Wichita Falls, Texas can take you to:
Castaway Cove Waterpark gives you water slides that originate off towers that go as high as 50 feet, a lazy river, tidal wave pool, an interactive kiddie park, and musical concerts in a tropical themed water park!
There are several notable arts-related attractions in the city, and that includes the Art on the Green Sculpture Garden, where you could combine the outdoors, gardens and art in one place. The sculpture garden is on the grounds of Kemp Center for the Arts, which is considered as the center of the city's art community. The center also houses several groups such as the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra, and the Arts Council.
Then check out the Fain Fine Arts Center where you have a newly renovated theater that can accommodate 475 people and the Bea Wood Studio Theatre. The arts center also has several artists' studios and the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery, which features the works of several painters and artists from the area and the school's many students.
There are three golf courses that you could play in here, and these are the Champions Course At Weeks Park, the Wichita Falls Country Club, and the Hawk Ridge Golf Club.
If you like spectator sports, then you should visit the D.L. Ligon Coliseum where Division II collegiate sports are played. The air-conditioned arena accommodates more than 3,600 people.
Visit the Depot Square Historic District with six blocks of history. You can find the Littlest Skyscraper, the Museum of North Texas History, the Holt Hotel and the Railroad Museum & Route Building. You can also go to the Kell House Museum, which is among the most architecturally and historically important buildings in the city. The museum is housed in a residence that retained its original furnishings, decorative arts, costumes and textiles.
There are other sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the William Benjamin Hamilton House, Hodges Hardy Chambers House, the Morningside Historic District, and Wichita Falls Route Building.
Check out the City of Wichita Falls Hike & Bike Trail, which has more than 18 miles of concrete trails that can be used for different activities such as jogging, biking, rollerblading and hiking. Then you could go to the New Skate Park, where you have state-of-the-art skating facilities that are sure to delight beginners and challenge the experts.
Another facility you should go to is the Wichita Falls Softball Complex, which has eight lighted fields, each with the ability to accommodate large volumes of people. Meanwhile, Kiwanis Park has 60 acres of space and features four lighted baseball fields, a playground and a huge picnic shelter with around 10 tables. Further, you can go to Lake Arrowhead State Park that covers more than 520 acres of space located in Lake Arrowhead. The state park features a lakeshore that runs for more than 100 miles, and is ideal for birding, bicycling, boating, canoeing, camping, hiking, fishing, nature study, horseback riding, swimming, wildlife observation, and picnicking.
Then you have Lake Wichita, which has 234 acres of space that includes a concrete bike and hike trail, a modular playground, and facilities for basketball, baseball, picnicking, softball, disc golf, football, and a model airplane landing strip.
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