2515 W. Ferguson Rd.
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455
Phone: (903) 577-7553
Fax: (903) 577-0546
Enjoy a day outdoors with your family and friends as you visit Heritage Park. This park features multiple soccer, softball and baseball fields for your recreation. In addition to this, Heritage Park features multiple picnic spots, tennis courts and a three acre (1.21406 hectares) lake.
Located on the East US highway, Hess Ranch is established since 1872 and is one of the oldest family-owned ranch of Texas . Spend a relaxing day at this beautiful farm which gives you a wonderful experience. The Hess Ranch houses an old dairy and beautiful water bodies.
The history of First Presbyterian Church can be traced back to the year 1881 when it was found. This church continues to serve the community till now and stresses on the right education of faith.
Spend a relaxing day with your friends as you fish in the 89 acre (36.017 hectares) lake in the Town Lake Park. In addition to the lake and its boating and fishing activities, this park houses multiple picnic tables for you to enjoy some quality time with your loved ones.
Spread across 45 acres (18.2109 hectares) of land, Dellwood Park has a swimming pool, playground, multiple basketball, baseball and tennis courts. Besides, there are picnic tables to enjoy a fun day out with the family or one can embark on walking trails to enjoy leisure time.
The history of Nevill's Chapel Cemetery can be traced back to 1800s when it was a family burial site of the Alexander B. Nevill family. Spread across 6 acres (2.42811 hectares) of land, this cemetery is now used as a public burial ground.
Lake Bob Sandlin State Park takes up over 641 acres (259.4 hectares) of Camp, Titus and Franklin counties. Located about 12 miles (19.21 kilometers) from Pittsburg and 10 miles (16.09 kilometers) from Mount Pleasant, the state park is full of beauteous sights and a rich biodiversity. Thanks to the number of activities that are offered here - these include fishing, biking, hiking, swimming, boating, camping, and lots more, the state park is a great place to visit. Educative tours are often arranged by the forest authorities, Lake Bob Sandlin State Park also has Ranger Programs for school-aged kids; check the website for more information.
Greer Farm offers visitors a chance to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of city life is a lush, pastoral setting. The farm offers a variety of interesting activities, visits as well as lodgings to interested visitors. Touring the farm is an interesting and educational experience of how sustainable agricultural practices can be implemented, while the in-house restaurant offers up fresh, flavorful meals to hungry patrons and the interactive cooking classes and group outings are available on booking. Pick farm fresh berries off the bushes, fish in the lake or just laze on the charming patio, it makes for a pleasant day out. Log cabins by the lake are also available for rent on premises. Visitors can carry back delicious souvenirs like jams, jellies and preserves as presents for friends from the farm.