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Fritch
Hutchinson Co.
Pop 2,299
Location:
35.63 North
101.50 West


Fritch
(Hutchinson County)
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  1. Alibates Flint Quaries - Lake Meredith Nat Rec Area
    Fritch, (Hutchinson County)
    Topic: Parks / Historical
    Alibates Flint, distinctive for its varied coloration, occurs in dolomite outcrops atop Permain Aged Redbeds in the Canadian River breaks near Amarillo and Fritch, Texas. Early inhabitants left shallow pits as evidence and quarry activity. The Alibates Flint Quarries can only be visited on a guided tour with a ranger. Tours are offered at 10 am and 2 pm daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

  2. Alibates Flint Quarry - Richard Denny
    Fritch, (Hutchinson County)
    Topic: Photography / Texas Landscapes
    Richard Denny brings a new perspective to the study of history by the use of close ups and Satellite photography, get a better understanding of the significance of this area now and in early American History.

  3. Alibates Flint Quarry on the Canadian River - Landscape
    Fritch, (Hutchinson County)
    Topic: Photography / Texas Landscapes
    Photo by Toni Derrick, The PanhandleNation.com. Colorful photograph of the area where Early Inhabitants mined Flint for use in tools.

  4. History of Fritch, Texas - The Handbook of Texas Online
    Fritch, (Hutchinson County)
    Topic: History / Local
    The Handbook of Texas Online is a multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture.

  5. Lake Meredith National Recreation Area
    Fritch, (Hutchinson County)
    Topic: Parks / National
    Contrasting spectacularly with its surroundings, Lake Meredith lies on the dry and windswept High Plains of the Texas Panhandle in a region known as Llano Estacado, or Staked Plain. This is one of the most visited parks in Texas. Facilites, camping, boating, and more.

  6. Lone Star Rising
    Fritch, (Hutchinson County)
    Topic: Entertainment / Theatre
    The Center for Texas Culture is proud to present "Lone Star Rising," a musical celebration of the Lone Star State. An all star cast of singers, dancers, actors, and technical artists will bring this fun packed, delightful show to the stage to enjoy the old west in a very special way. Come early and enjoy the Chuck Wagon Supper, see the sunset at Lake Meredith and attend the big show.

  7. Plum Creek - Landscape
    Fritch, (Hutchinson County)
    Topic: Photography / Texas Landscapes
    Photo by Randall Derrick, The PanhandleNation.com. Landscape of Plum Creek, on the south end of Lake Meredith.

  8. The Eagle Press
    Fritch, (Hutchinson County)
    Topic: Media / Newspapers
    News, Sports, Links, Classifieds.

 
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