Things to Do

The pristine North Texas Hill Country offers the perfect setting for all kinds of outdoor recreation. Discover new trails for hiking, horseback riding or mountain biking. You can bring along your binoculars or your fishing pole, sit back and let nature come to you. The Graham area offers exceptional dove, quail and wild turkey hunting. Deer leases are also available.

Graham also offers fun and games. Hit the links or catch a ball game. Enjoy a good movie at our historic drive-in theater or go bowling with the family.

Come explore an old fort and historic sites where the west was really won. There are 50 sites marked by historic markers in Young County including five national historic sites.

Consider planning your next visit to Graham to coincide with one of our fun events that take place throughout the year.

Arts

Graham Regional Theatre
628 3rd St.
940-456-1383

Graham Concert Association
P.O. Box 1035
940-549-1410

Graham Regional Theatre
628 3rd Street
940-456-1383


Murals

Graham has a number of hand-painted building murals scattered around the downtown and on Fourth Street. These range from the Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Association Mural to the Coca-Cola Mural.

Old Post Office Museum and Art Center
Downtown Square 940-549-1470
http://opomac.net

Robert E. Richeson WWII Memorial Museum
Graham Municipal Airport 1810 4th Street
940-549-0401 – Available by appointment only.


History

Courthouse Arch
Located in the heart of the Downtown Square
Affectionately called “the arch” it is the only remainder of a courthouse built in 1884 in Graham, the third location of the county seat.

Fort Belknap
Located 11 miles NW of Graham on FM61 – 940-846-3332
Fort Belknap was the northern anchor of a series of U.S Army Forts stretching from the Red River to the Rio Grande, built to protect the Texas Frontier.

Historic Walking and Driving Tour
866-549-0401 – Copies are available at the Graham’s Visitor Center
Learn about Graham’s history of Cowboy’s, Indians, Oil, and Cattle through our Historic Walking and Driving Tour. Great for families on the go or large corporate groups.

Young County Veterans Memorial
Located on the Downtown Square next to the Young County Courthouse
The Veterans’ Memorial features a red granite seven foot star inscribed with the names of 157 Young County men and women who died in service to their country since WWI.


Recreation:

Graham Drive-In Theatre
1519 4th Street (corner of 4th St. and Cliff Drive) 940.549.8478 • http://www.grahamdrivein.com
The Graham Drive-In Theatre is one of the handful of outdoor movie theatres still operating in Texas. The drive-in features first-run or recent releases. In 2013, the Graham Drive-In was crowned victorious in winning a digital projector from their participation in the Honda Drive-In Project.

Graham Country Club Golf Course
Country Club Drive off of FM 61 • 940.549.7721
The 9-hole golf course is open to the public Tuesday – Sunday. Tee-times not required. A golf pro is available to assist you at any given time.

Hockaday Ranch
Located three miles from Downtown 940.550.8041 • http://www.hockadayranch.com
Enjoy fishing, hiking, bird watching, and tossing horseshoes while the sun rests along Gooseneck Bend on the Brazos River. In the mornings, take in the scenic view from atop 150 foot bluff and watch nature rise with the morning sun.

Lakes, Fishing, Water Recreation
866-549-0401
Located only a few miles north of Graham, Lake Graham and Lake Eddleman are joined by a small equalization channel. While both serve as water reservoirs for the community, the lakes also present the perfect setting for water recreation and fishing. Public boat ramps, camping sites, and picnic areas are available at each location.

National Live Oak Tree Champion
Atwood Ranch • 940.549.6510
The largest oak tree in the county, standing 48 feet tall and measuring 357 inches in circumference. Appointments can be made by calling the Atwood Ranch.

National Theatre
522 Oak Street • 940.549.2077 http://nationaltheatreofgraham.com
A Texas Landmark. Restored in 1980, the National Theatre still showcases its past which dates back to 1919. The National Theatre is open nightly and features first-run movies on three different screens.

Parks
866.549.0401 • http://cityofgrahamtexas.com/parks
The City of Graham offers many different parks for your outdoor enjoyment. For more information on the various parks, visit them online.
Steer Bowl 1444 4th Street • 940.549.6331
Steer Bowl is the best place to find great people, great food and great fun! Completely remodeled, Steer Bowl is a clean, smoke free, family friendly environment perfect for birthday parties, private parties, fund raisers, and corporate events

Swimming Pool
Corner of Fourth Street and Indiana • 940.549.3324 http://www.cityofgrahamtexas.com/pool
The City of Graham owns and operates its own public swimming pool. The municipal pool features a water park slide, splash pad, and two 2-meter diving boards. It is open to the public Monday through Saturday, from June to August, and allows private parties in the evenings.

Young County Arena
120 Barclay Place • 940.550.8790 http://www.youngcountyarena.com
The YCA is a multi-purpose event center offering 277,000 sq. or 6.2 acres under one roof. Events are held nightly at the arena. Check their website for a full listing.

Parks
866.549.0401 • http://cityofgrahamtexas.com/parks
The City of Graham offers many different parks for your outdoor enjoyment. For more information on the various parks, visit them online.

Hunting
866-549-0401
Texas is known nationally for its exceptional hunting and Graham is proud to host hunters throughout the year. Fall brings dove, quail, and deer season. Spring offers wild turkey hunting. Feral hogs and predator hunting are available year-round.


Graham Convention & Visitors Bureau
608 Elm St
PO Box 299
Graham, TX 76450

Phone: 866-549-0401
Fax: 940-549-5030
Email: cvb@grahamtexas.org