Quitman Seasonal Event

Oops, start location was closed. I notified the club president and they will be listing this walk for online registration.

Start location is across the street from the Wood County Courthouse.

Information about Gov. James Hogg

Childhood home of James Hogg, future governor of TX. House moved here in 1946.

Water faucets for hand washing with a mural of the school mascot next to playground in City Park.

Huge Pavilion built by the Old Settlers of Wood County Association.

In the parlor of this house, on 04-22-1874 Sallie Stinson married James Hogg, future governor of TX.

We wanted to walk the trail, and lifted the knob multiple times but it just wouldn't open.

Nice gazebo behind the fence.

Pony truss bridge also behind the fence. It was built in the early 1900s and moved to its current location in 1986.

Quitman Public Library

Artwork on the library sign.

City Hall combination with Fire Station.

Lovely Methodist Church

Baptist Church

Post Office is modern.

Start Location's mural and we're almost done.

One last stop at the war memorial on the courthouse lawn.