Sportsman's Paradise approximately 5 miles Southwest of historic city of Hico in North central Texas.Legend has it that Billy the Kid did not die in Fort Sumner in 1881 but instead moved to Hico under an alias "Brushy Bill" Roberts and lived there until 1950. In Hico there are numerous very good restaurants, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor and the city has its own chocolate factory. For shopping there are antique stores, a nut/cheese/wine store, a photography and art gallery and other boutique shops. Annual events include a Steak Cook-off and Wine Festival in May, Billy the Kid Open Car Show each spring, Billy the Kid barbecue cook-off in November and a Fall Antiques Fair. The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is within an easy two hour driving distance making it readily accessible for a family gathering destination, a weekend getaway or just sneaking out for a morning/afternoon hunt. This d...+ Show More
From Hico, Texas travel south on Highway 281 approximately 5 miles, turn left on CR 207 and travel approximately 1 mile. Gate with black mailbox 1190 CR 207 on right-hand side.