Grandpappy Point

Address: 132 Grandpappy Drive, Denison, Texas, 75020, United States | Campground
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This campground is located in the Belleville/Pere-Lachaise area of Denison.
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    Travel Blogs from Denison

    The Sherman Museum

    A travel blog entry by mirandacar23 on Nov 08, 2014

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    Our family took us to the Sherman Museum. The place told us a lot about the history of Sherman and the Red River Area. Formerly known as the Red River Historical Museum, it had many cultural, historical, and educational exhibits to view.

    Totals: Day 12
    Museum fee: $5 (2 tickets)= $10
    Lunch Sandra Dee's: $23
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    Texas Time!

    A travel blog entry by mirandacar23 on Nov 05, 2014

    ... of next week. She said I will start on Monday and she'll pay me $200 for the 5 days. This gives me time to relax with my cousins until we have to get back on the road on the 15th.

    Travel Info: Albuquerque, NM to Sherman, TX

    • Gas stop (Arco)- Tucumcari, NM: $47.33; 176.31 miles; 1 hr 41 ...

    Escaping the Rain

    A travel blog entry by dustpol on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... the rain got heavier. This town is on the bucket list for next time.
    Rained all day and we mostly stayed on back roads instead of the interstate for the first half. Once we realized that the rain was not going to let up we hopped on the interstate and headed south towards Dallas.



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    Great great great Uncle Dixon Durant

    A travel blog entry by lyoung147 on Sep 29, 2014

    Finally in 2013 a statue of Dixon Durant is placed I in the historic downtown of Durant ! Met some great people in town. After Durant we went to the Choctaw council house in Tuskahoma...more interesting people! Then drove to Poteau..funny ...

    Life....is....good!

    A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... The Chisholm Trail probably started as a buffalo migration route. It linked summer pastures in the central plains area to winter pastures in Texas. American Indians followed the buffalo and shared the route with U.S. explorers. The original trail was blazed and mapped during the early Civil War years by a half-bred Indian trader by the name of Jesse Chisholm—in 1865 he made the first cattle drive of 250 head over the entire ...