• Welcome to the Coleman County Chamber of Commerce,
    Agriculture & Tourist Bureau website!

    Coleman County is nestled between the Rolling Plains of the Big Country and the northern edge of the Texas Hill Country. We’re home to scenic views, beautiful sunsets, western culture, bountiful wildlife, Top 5 PRCA Rodeo in the nation, lakes and friendly folks. Visit our office at 110 Commercial Avenue or call 325-625-2163. We look forward to seeing you in our area soon!

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      These boots have roots! One of the many beautiful murals found in downtown Coleman
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      This mural is on the Coleman Public Library, downtown Coleman. Stop by and take a photo next to it
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      The Coleman PRCA Rodeo once again Top 5 Medium Market rodeo in America in 2018
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      Coleman County is beautiful in the Fall. This view is of the Jim Ned Creek in northern Coleman County
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      Abundant wildlife makes Coleman County a hunter's paradise plus great fishing lakes are all around
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      When April rolls around, take a trip through Coleman County and you'll see Texas Bluebonnets in all their beauty
  • Member Spotlight - Grammer's

    Grammer's Department Store has been a mainstay business in downtown Coleman for decades.  Located at 106 Commercial Avenue, Liz Jones continues to provide her customers with a great selection and personal service.  You will find clothing for ladies and children and western clothes for him.  There is also a large selection of gifts for all ages.

  • Did You Know?

    Trickham, the oldest community in Coleman County, is located on Mukewater Creek and Ranch Road 1176 in the southeastern part of the county, twelve miles southeast of Santa Anna. The settlement acquired a post office in 1879.

  • Tourism Spotlight

    The historic Heritage Hall building, 400 West College Avenue, was originally built in 1917 and was home to the First Presbyterian Church. In 2005, the church members made the decision to donate the building to the Coleman Heritage, Arts, and Preservation Society, a local 501 ( c ) (3) dedicated to the preservation of Coleman's rich history and the presentation of the arts and culture.

    Today, Heritage hall is home to Coleman Museum as well as The Gallery at Heritage Hall, with special events such as Museum Movie Night, poetry readings, one act plays etc. The museum holds many unique artifacts donated by Coleman county residents throughout the years, including a huge arrowhead collection, as well as a gift shop so you can take a part of your experience home. The Gallery at Heritage Hall showcases a variety of media and styles and represents many artists from right here in Coleman County.  They are open Friday and Saturday, 10 am to 4pm.