Confederate Reunion Grounds State Historic Site, Mexia

4.6
#165 of 296 in Historic Sites in Texas
On the edge of the Navasota River, Confederate Reunion Grounds State Historic Site commemorates a place where Confederate Civil War veterans and families reunited from 1889–1946. Today, it remains a gathering place for living history events and family reunions, and features an 1893 dance pavilion, Civil War-era cannon, and ruins of structures from the “Roaring ‘20s” and Mexia Oil Boom.
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  • I really enjoyed the Reunion Grounds. I did not know about it. Every school near by needs to come here. The kids would enjoy it.  more »
  • Beautiful well tended park on the Navasota River. The park has a wonderful history. There are numerous picnic tables,with lots of shade. Very clean restrooms. Playground equipment. The best activity i...  more »
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  • We spent the weekend at Fort Parker state park and decided to rent a canoe and paddle up river to see the Confederate Reunion Grounds. Don't listen to the ranger when they say it is a 45min paddle up stream, more like 2 hour. The park it's self looked clean and we'll maintained. Probably worth a drive in by car..
  • Nice little park. A bit off the beaten path, but worth a visit.

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