Moments in Time Hike & Bike Trail From City Hall to the Airport
The Moments in Time Hike / Bike Trail was built in 2006. It is an eight-foot wide concrete trail traversing 2.17 miles from the Granbury Airport to Shanley Park / Bicentennial Park, north of the Historic Downtown Square. Parking locations and restroom facilities are located along the trail. View a map of the trail
The following are the different Moments in Time Plaques along the trail:
Called Rocky Butte" by Comanche Indians an "High Peak" by early explorers, Comanche Peak is actually a mesa that rises 1,129 feet above sea level.
P.H. Thrash, a captain in the Confederacy, moved to Hood County, Texas from North Carolina just after the Civil War.
In 1887, the Fort Worth and Rio Grande Railroad laid track from Fort Worth to Cresson in Hood County.
James Burton Burks
In Jim was a descendent of Abe Nutt and Indiana Riley, who owned and operated the ferryboat on the north end of the Brazos River on what is now known as Abe' Landing
Stick Horse Factory
The Stick Horse Factory was founded nearby in the late 1950's at 512 North Travis Street in Granbury, Texas.
In Built in the early 1900's by R.R. Miller, who operated the business for may years later selling to the McCrary family, the ice house served the local residents until the early 1960's.