Pottsboro Texas is situated just over an hour away from Dallas. The town was founded in the 18th century by Pioneers and with its wooden buildings and country charm, it has still retained a lot of its old-fashioned personality and character.
Though the town center streets only extend across three miles, they are filled with plenty of hearty eateries and cute stores. For relaxing among nature with a picnic or a scenic walk, Pottsboro Texas is the place to be. The ample parks here offer a peaceful break for the whole family, and allow visitors to view deer, elk, and rare birds. Don't miss the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, the Eisenhower State Park and the James G. Thompson Park.
Pottsboro Texas is best enjoyed during the spring and fall when temperatures are warm enough to go outside and walk around in just a tshirt, yet without the sweltering heat and humidity of summer.