Cameron ParkLocated near downtown Waco, Cameron Park is a 416-acre oasis with towering trees, two rivers, breathtaking cliffs, playgrounds and a multi-use National Recreation Trail System. Since the William Cameron family donated the parkland more than 100 years ago, the park has been constantly abuzz with parties, festivals and sports. Hikers and bikers share Cameron Park ... Read more
Cameron Park ZooCameron Park Zoo is a 52-acre (21 ha) natural habitat zoo located within Cameron Park in the city of Waco, Texas, United States, next to the Brazos River. Established in July 1993, Cameron Park Zoo has lush native vegetation that surrounds splashing waterfalls, a picturesque lake, and ponds. And in the midst of all this ... Read more
Dr Pepper MuseumHistory of Dr Pepper Museum The Dr Pepper Museum opened to the public in May 1991 and has hosted over 2.5 million visitors. It is located in Waco, Texas and is the home of the Nation’s oldest major soft drink. The Museum is housed in the 1906 Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company building located in ... Read more
Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & MuseumA Texas Legend . . . and an American Heritage In 1964 the State of Texas, City of Waco and private benefactors partnered to collect and preserve the history and heritage of the legendary Texas Rangers for future generations. In 1968 a small museum dedicated to the Texas Rangers opened on the banks of the ... Read more
Waco Mammoth National MonumentWaco Mammoth National Monument sits within 100 acres of wooded parkland along the Bosque River. Surrounded by oak, mesquite and cedar trees, the site offers an escape from the modern world and provides a glimpse into the lives and habitat of Columbian mammoths and other Ice Age animals. On a spring day in 1978, Paul ... Read more