Cleburne is a small city with a rich history located on Highway 67, thirty miles south of Fort Worth. Cleburne offers restaurants, outdoor activities, natural sites, and family entertainment. When visiting Cleburne, you can see the one hundred and fifty-year-old animal migration trail and perhaps catch some wildlife in nature.
If you're into sports, you can watch Little League Baseball at the 96-acre Cleburne Sports Complex, which offers seven baseball/softball fields, two football fields, and twenty soccer fields. If you're a golf enthusiast, you can play a round of golf at one of the two local golf courses and relax on the 19th hole afterward on Lake Cleburne.
In 1866, Cleburne was the first to lay railroad tracks in Texas, leading many people and supplies to their destinations. If you are a history buff, visit the Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum, where a miniature town model full of historical buildings gives visitors an idea of what life looked like back in the early pioneer days.
You can find new community service projects led by the students, a new charity or donation station at your local H-E-B, and the grandparents of former alumni still attending every sports game. The citizens are very active in their community, and it continues to be a very inviting place to live.
While a quiet city, Cleburne has a big personality where there are many rodeos, festivals, and other events that many residents love to attend. Visit an Antares Homes model home in Cleburne to become a part of this active and growing community.
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