Historic Granbury Square: Facts & Legends
Story by peggy purser freeman
Granbury’s historic square grew out of the need for places for cowboys to get good grub, a place to relax and forget the trail. Hood County lured cowboys straight from the trail, gussied up their hotels, created eating establishments, rustled up entertainment, and added libation. The good news is—history repeats itself.
Today, as they did then, Texans stampede toward Granbury to stroll the historic buildings, walk on the beach, eat, drink, and relax. Why Granbury? Many towns offer legends and quaint historic buildings, however, few provide historic establishments renovated with the opulence found in Hood County
Hood County lured cowboys straight from the trail, gussied up their hotels, created eating establishments, rustled up entertainment, and added libation. The good news is — history repeats itself.
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