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Mineral Wells is a city in the Cross Timbers region of Texas.

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  • 1 The Baker Hotel and Spa, 200 E Hubbard St,. The shell of a rather incongruous historic Spanish Colonial hotel made in 1929 in the likeness of the Arlington Hotel of Hot Springs, Arkansas fame which has hosted such celebrities as LBJ, Judy Garland, and Clark Gable and more recently the supernatural kind if you believe what the show Ghost Adventures would have you believe. Baker_Hotel_(Mineral_Wells,_Texas) on Wikipedia
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  • 1 Lake Mineral Wells State Park and Trailway, 100 Park Rd 71, +1 940-328-1171. 8AM-8PM, daily. Centered around Lake Mineral Wells, this state park has multiple trails through thick oak forests thru thickets and rock grottoes and along peninsulas, plus opportunities for swimming, wildlife viewing, and camping as well. Adult $7/day, Child 12 and under free. Lake Mineral Wells State Park & Trailway (Q14710924) on Wikidata Lake Mineral Wells State Park & Trailway on Wikipedia
  • 2 TFT Western Heritage Park, 3099 N Oak Ave (in Pollard Park), +1 940 682-6589. Daily 7AM-8:30PM. Another natural area suitable for hiking and mountain biking.
Lake Mineral Wells State Park View


  • Crazy Water Company, 209 NW 6th Street, +1 940 325-8870. Tu-F 9AM-5:30PM, S 9AM-5PM, M 10AM-4PM. Here you can purchase drinks made with the purported healthful mineral waters from here.









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Routes through Mineral Wells
LamesaSnyder  W  E  WeatherfordFort Worth via
LawtonWichita Falls  N  S  → Jct StephenvilleSan Antonio

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