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Things To Do

Chicken House Flea Market

  • The Chicken House Flea Market is located on Highway 377 about five minutes outside of Stephenville. There are over 200 vendors selling a wide variety of items with indoor and outdoor booths.

Cinema 6

  • Six screen theater showing most of the new Hollywood releases.

City Park

  • Stephenville City Park offers many options for outdoor recreation, such as baseball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, and a jogging trail. Throughout the year, the Birdsong Amphitheater hosts live music and festivals. A small creek runs through the park, offering the chance to fish and feed the geese.

Hoka Hey Fine Arts Foundry

  • Famous for its John Wayne sculpture in the Orange County Airport in California, Hoka Hey specializes in copper sculpting and metal work. Stop by to tour the facility and check out some of the displayed work.

Legends Golf Course

  • Legends Country Club is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Stephenville, Texas.

Stephenville Historical Museum

  • Dedicated to preserving and educating the lifestyles of Texas in the 19th century, this museum provides viewers with ten buildings reflecting the style and structure of the time. The museum grounds are open all day throughout the week, and tours are available at certain times during the week and on the weekends. 

Check out these other nearby attractions, too! 

Dublin (10 miles away):

Old Doc’s Soda Shop
  • Just a few miles from Stephenville is the oldest Dr. Pepper bottling plant in the world! The Dr. Pepper drink was invented in 1885 in Waco, Texas using Imperial Cane Sugar - an ingredient that is no longer used. The bottling plant in Dublin, however, still uses the recipe from the drink's beginning. You can have a taste of this historical recipe on a tour at various times throughout the week.

Hico (17 miles away):

Wiseman House Chocolate
  • For the past twelve years, the Wiseman House has handmade fine chocolates ranging from truffles, toffees, and caramels. Production of the chocolate takes place in an old Victorian-style home in Hico, a small town located about 20 miles from Stephenville. Tours include a history of chocolate, the process of making chocolate, and a tasting of the freshly made sweets.
Billy the Kid Museum
  • The Billy the Kid Museum in Hico, Texas is operated by the Hico Chamber of Commerce. The tour is free, and a gift store offers Hico and Billy related souvenirs and gifts with a Texas flair. Enjoy an ice-cold Dublin Dr. Pepper along the way!