Cleburne is a charming small city in the state of Texas. According to the 2007 census, Cleburne had a population of 29.050 residents. Cleburne is named after a Confederate General, as well as the Lake Pat Cleburne, which is the reservoir that provides water to the city and the surrounding area. With its wonderful surroundings, historical buildings and numerous attractions, Cleburne is a great holiday destination for people who are searching for a peaceful, relaxing getaway.
Cleburne State Park is a Texas State Park that includes a 116-acre spring, fed by Cedar Lake, that was created by construction of an earthen dam. Cleburne Park houses a rich forest and a wide array of animals. Cleburne Park has a variety of campsites, which include picnic tables, grills and a campfire ring. Restrooms with hot showers are available nearby all the camping areas. It is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon and the night, with your family and friends.
Pin Centre Bowl is a wonderful fun filled venue that includes 16 bowling lanes with top of the line Brunswick Vector scoring equipment. There are also many activities for the children, including the Dragon Roller, Bumpers, video arcade, billiards. For children and adults alike, there is also a full service snack bar that includes one of the most delicious pizzas.
Layland Museum came into existence in the early 1900s and it includes over 500 ethnographic items. Today, the Museum is a department of the city of Cleburne. It serves as steward of records and events, and it maintains archives documenting new constructions, improvements and loss of historic structure, new roadways and bridges - basically everything that pertains to the history of Cleburne. It is a wonderful place to learn about the past history of the City.
Cleburne is a great place to spend your holiday or weekend getaways. Enjoy the fresh air, the wonderful places and the kind people. You will not regret it.