Burton

The small town of Burton, Texas was established in 1862, and further development of the railroad after the Civil War helped its growth. The town’s history is celebrated with the Texas Cotton Gin Festival and Museum as well as the antique fair and traditional dances at the La Bahia Turn Verein Dance Hall. Somerville Lake to the north has several parks like Nails Creek State Park and Rocky Creek State Park. Find nature trails, boat ramps, picnic pavilions, horseback riding, and biking trails. Summers can be hot and humid, so beat the heat by venturing to the Colorado River to go swimming or white water rafting. Lake Fayette is another nearby water source - use the boat ramp, catch tilapia, or hike the several trails. Make glamping memories by checking out Burton, Texas.

 

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