Nestled in the middle of the iconic Texas plains, Wichita Falls lies neatly between Dallas in Texas and Oklahoma City in Oklahoma, and is famous for being the stomping ground of cattle ranchers as far back as the 1800s. Best known in days gone by as an agricultural heartland, Wichita Falls has no
Lake Arrowhead State Park - Wichita Falls, Texas = Nestled on the edge of a 14,000-acre lake, with a nine-lane boat ramp and lighted fishing piers, this is the perfect place to drop a line and start reeling in the big ones. fishing, swimming, water skiing, disc golf, picnic, camping, nature study, hiking, horseback riding, boating, 'tackle loaner program', ranger programs
The original falls in Wichita Falls, Texas were washed away in a flood in the 1800’s. In 1987 new falls were constructed upstream. The present 54-foot man-made waterfall is a multi-level cascade on the south bank of the Wichita River. The Falls can be seen by southbound motorists on I-44 as they cross the bridge over the river.