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Stories and Tips Lampasas

Old Hancock Springs

Written by Mermaid on 20 Oct, 2000

The Old Hancock Springs is a magical place. I could gaze into the water all day. It is somehow enchanting. With amazingly blue-green water, tiny bubbles rise to the surface while aquatic plants sway to and fro. Blue dragonflies dart around. You half expect to…Read More


W.M. Brook Park

Written by Mermaid on 20 Oct, 2000

W.M. Brook Park is 109 acres on Sulphur Creek. Located across the street from Hancock Springs, Brook Park has picnic tables with grills along the creek, playgrounds, and an 18-hole golf course. Cottonwood trees provide shade and the grounds are well-manicured. The Ruth F. Eakin…Read More


Hancock Springs

Written by Mermaid on 20 Oct, 2000

The Park Hotel became Hanna Springs’ chief competition when it was built in 1883. The Park Hotel had 200 rooms on 200 acres in the 700 block of South Spring Street. Hancock Springs, named for the landowner, was the chief attraction. It was quite fashionable…Read More


Lampasas Springs

Written by Mermaid on 20 Oct, 2000

Lampasas is like a giant sieve with springs just oozing out of the ground everywhere. These springs brought the first settlers to the area and put Lampasas on the map for its famous mineral spas. Several legends surround the springs, including one about members of…Read More


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