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San Saba County Jail


The San Saba County Jail has two floors and is the oldest fully functional jail in the nation. One floor was originally for the jailer and his/her family while the top floor was used to lock up those ....

San Saba County Jail

First United Methodist Church


The First United Methodist Church of San Saba was organized in 1856 in an area so wild that the church gave the missionary a revolver. On this site the first frame church was built in 1882. The presen....

First United Methodist Church

Beveridge Suspension Bridge


The Beverridge Bridge proudly bears its makers plaque atop the crossbeam: Built by the Flinn Moyer Bridge Co. Weatherford Tex 1896. Crossing the San Saba River just north of the city of San Saba this ....

Beveridge Suspension Bridge

San Saba Municipal Golf Course


Situated along the San Saba River and featuring hundreds of pecan trees this scenic 18 hole course is available for public play. Adjacent to the River & Golf Course is the San Saba River RV Park with ....

San Saba Municipal Golf Course

Regency Suspension Bridge


Regency Bridge is located in Mills county between Brownwood and San Saba in a small community known as Regency. Nice photos can be taken in this area of the water below. The bridge itself is more than....

Regency Suspension Bridge

Burden Hotel


Nathaniel Burden built the Burden Hotel in 1857. It was the fourth building to be built in San Saba. It was also the first stone building to be erected. The little building is a two-story structure an....

Burden Hotel

Five Mile Hill


Comanche Indians used this hill to send messages over long distances. Smoke signals were used to confuse enemies send news and gather or disperse tribes. A picnic area scenic overlook and historical m....

Five Mile Hill

The Wedding Oak


Also known as The Marriage Oak or the Matrimonial Oak is located on China Creek road in San Saba near the Beveridge Suspension Bridge. The Wedding Oak is a legendary Indian site that was popular in to....

The Wedding Oak

Beveridge Bridge


1891....

Beveridge Bridge

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