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EL CAMPO STORIES
What was once simply a railroad camp in 1882 has now become the beautiful El Campo – the largest city in Wharton County, Texas. Since its original inception in 1905, this now-flourishing city has undergone many name changes over the years, from Prairie Switch to The Pearl of the Prairie. Once the railway hub of the booming cattle business, El Campo was surrounded by vast ranches, where thousands of cattle were shipped out annually. And, although El Campo’s main workmanship doesn’t revolve solely around the shipping of cattle anymore, the city still carries on the hardworking and honest traditions of its forefathers. No matter your reason for visiting El Campo, Texas, make sure to stop in at the El Campo Museum of Natural History. Packed with exhibits featuring everything from stuffed bears to an exotic jungle exhibit – you won’t want to miss all the special events and sights this museum has to offer. Planning to visit El Campo, Texas, in the fall? October is a special time in El Campo, as the Prairie Days Festival is in full swing! Enjoy live, local music all day long; wear your finest cowboy boots and dance the night away; enjoy mouthwatering Texas treats from local vendors; and so much more. Come experience what attracts people from around the world to El Campo, Texas – a bright future, wholesome values, and true Texas spirit!
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