"Mineral Wells, where small town meets big adventure and crazy history!" there is no shortage of adventure in Mineral Wells Texas.
Penitentiary Hollow is one of the few natural rock-climbing venues in North Texas. Made up of sandstone formations it is a perfect climb! Not a pro? No problem, Rock-About Climbing Adventures is the approved guide to lead climbers at Lake Mineral Wells State Park. You can find more information at their website Rock-About Climbing Adventures website, or email or call Adam Adam@Rock-About.com, (512) 415-0804 directly.
Four new mountain biking trails have opened in Mineral Wells. WMBC (Weatherford Mountain Bike Club) The Western Heritage Park Trail (WHIP Trail) is located at 3051 North Oak Avenue (approximately 1.6 miles north of downtown) 4.35-mile loop that consists of four primary trails Orange trail: Beginner Green trail: Novice Blue trail: Intermediate Red trail: Expert. In addition Flying Tire Bicycles announced they would be opening a new store in downtown Mineral Wells making our little town more friendly to an adventurous lifestyle. Stay with us and bike right from the Inn.
Plan your next river trip with Rochelle's Canoe Rental. They offer overnight trips as well as day trips for the perfect float no matter what your skill level. The 10 mile trip is a favorite that don't want to spend the night on the river, but still desire the experience of a solid Brazos River canoe or kayak trip. "The One Day" allows you to get your feet wet with a quick take out point at Hart Bend, down river from the put in sight at Rochelle's Canoe Rental off Highway 4. 7024 North Farm Road 4, Graford, TX 76449 (940) 659-3341
Axe throwing a fast growing form of active entertainment. Hatchet House offers a climate controlled safe space to learn, practice, or compete in axe throwing. They have 9 lanes and can accommodate 1 person up to 99. With their axe-pert instruction, you’ll be sticking axes and having a blast! The Yard (patio) is also officially open! Enjoy food trucks on weekends, Cornhole boards, live music on Friday Saturday evenings and a great view of the grand ol’ lady, The Baker Hotel! Hatchet House serves beer and wine as well as non alcoholic beverages. 309 SE 1st Ave, Mineral Wells (940) 445-2292
Mineral Wells Fossil Park provides the fossil enthusiast, paleontologist, and student an excellent opportunity to see and collect well preserved "Pennsylvanian Period" fossils with ease and abundance. These fossils have been dated to be just over 300 million years old. The park as it exists today is a result of 20 years of erosion of the old City of Mineral Wells Located at 2375 Indian Creek Rd, Mineral Wells. Bring small digging tools such as gardening tools, kitty litter scooper, bucket, and plenty of Crazy Water. You may also want a knee pad for comfort.
Visit the Famous Water Company and try all four levels of Crazy Water, maybe even a Crazy Soda or Infusion. Belly up to the bar like they did back in the day. Thanks to Mother Nature high levels of natural minerals, Crazy Water can’t be beat. Learn all the crazy benefits of drinking Crazy! Located at 209 N. W. 6th Street just walk over from the Inn. We recommend scheduling an afternoon at Crazy Bath House for the full spa experience. (940) 325-8870