If you're going to Wichita Falls, a good time is almost guaranteed. As the seat of Wichita County, this Texas town has plenty to do, whether you're looking for outdoor fun, local history, or the waterfall namesake of the city. Even though the natural water features that Wichita Falls was named for were destroyed in a flood, the city rebuilt an artificial version that's simply beautiful. Take a look at some of the Wichita Falls hotels to get your trip started and see what this great place has to offer!
Home to the biggest "century" bike ride in the U.S, you can follow the tradition and hop on a bike for a morning ride around the city. Bike on over to Wichita Lake to enjoy the miles of paved bike trails, playgrounds, and of course the lake. Since you're already in the neighborhood, this is a good time to head to Lucy Park where you can see the 50-foot waterfalls. Hop off the bike for a while to catch 18 holes...of Frisbee golf! If a flight to Wichita Falls is what you're looking for, you'd better specify what kind—this park features the only paved model airplane landing strip in Texas. With plenty of hotels near Wichita Falls, you're bound to find the perfect accommodations to fit your budget.
Bigger isn't always better, but in Texas, where everything is bigger, the food is still darn good. You'll have no trouble at all finding plenty of restaurants to choose from. Look downtown to find a calzone the size of your head, fresh Greek cuisine, local Tex-Mex, and authentic Japanese hibachi. Stroll a little farther into the downtown core to wash down your dinner with a locally made brew or two.
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