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Tour the military ruins of Fort Phantom. Fort operated 1851-1853.
Self guided tour. Enjoy walking the grounds and take yourself back in time. When you think if the technology not available and how these have stood years later. Signs help identify the building and we...More
Just another step in trying to understand history and what remains of it. It is hard to comprehend what all and who has walked or rode these grounds. Really a lot to take in and mentally understanding what happened in such a short time span....More
With a little imagination, you can imagine this site as it once was. However, if you don't do any research before you arrive, it probably won't be very interesting at all. Not that far out of town and pretty coll, if you are in to...More
I admit, I am petrified of snakes.When the sign greets me with "Beware of Rattle Snakes I am back in the car in a heartbeat.Not going to happen! this is an old fort with one small building and numerous chimneys. We admired from a distance.
There's not much to see here except the old brick chimneys but there's an explanatory brochure available as you go in and its a pleasant stroll around amidst the bluebonnets and the cacti. You should note that the official address (10818 FM 600) isn't accurate....More
My husband, father-in-law, and I took a trek though this old fort. Not much of it stands, but in the quiet of the day while looking out onto the prairie-type fields, one can almost transport themselves back to this era in time. It’s so easy...More