County Frontier Historical Markers Maps
(Brownwood) Brown | Callahan | (Robert Lee) Coke | Coleman | Comanche | Paint Rock) Concho | Eastland | Erath | (Roby) Fisher | Haskell | (Mertzon) Irion | Jack | (Anson) Jones | Mason | (Brady) McCulloch | Menard | (Goldthwaite) Mills | (Sweetwater) Nolan | Palo Pinto | (Ballinger) Runnels | San Saba | (Eldorado) Schleicher | Shackelford | Stephens | (Aspermont) Stonewall | (Abilene) Taylor | Throckmorton | (San Angelo) Tom Green | Young
Brownwood | Buffalo Gap | Camp Cooper | Camp San Saba | Cedar Gap | Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River | Dove Creek Battle | John Duncan's Fort | Fort Belknap | Fort Chadbourne | Fort Concho | Fort Griffin | Fort Mason | Fort McKavett | Fort Phantom Hill | Headwaters of the Concho | Johnston's Station | Kickapoo Creek | Nortenos Attack | Paint Rock | Pecos Falls | Presidio de San Saba | Robert's Fight | Rock Creek | Salt Fork of the Brazos | Spanish Destroy Apache Settlement | Spanish/Apache Battle on the San Saba
Ghosts of the Cross Timbers Road Trip
The sites covered on the map are of battles and massacres for the counties of Jack, Palo Pinto, Parker, Tarrant, Wise and Young
Cross Plains Road Trip
Eastern Texas Forts Trail
The sites covered on the map are of battles and massacres for the counties of Brown, Callahan, Coleman, Comanche, Eastland, Palo Pinto, Shackelford, Stephens, Taylor, Throckmorton and Young.
It has been a while since I have visited Throckmorton, Albany, Breckenridge and Buffalo Gap but I can confidently recommend a visit to Albany and the old restored Ledbetter Cabin with it's artifacts, the jail's contemporary art museum and the quaint little shops and restaurants on the square. Fort Griffin, its museum and restored buildings are magnificent but many, including Texas author A.C. Greene, rank the old ruins at Fort Phantom Hill as their favorite fort stop.
I hope you will check back later when I've had a chance to revisit the area and update my recommended routes and stops.