Interested in Cleburne homes for rent? Cleburne began as part of a wagon trail, became a permanent settlement in 1867, and has since evolved into a growing, thriving city with 30,000 residents. With museums, restaurants and plenty of recreational opportunities, Cleburne, a suburb of Fort Worth, is a great place to call home.
Entertainment and Recreation for Cleburne Renters
If you live in Cleburne houses for rent, you'll never lack for entertainment. The Layland Museum features Johnson County historical relics, early Texana memorabilia, Indian artifacts dating from pre-Columbian cultures, fossils and genealogy records. Catch a show performed by the Carnegie Players, or attend some of the city-sponsored events, such as May Fest, Spring Fest or Oktoberfest. Outfit your rental home with merchandise purchased from Antique Alley, a section of downtown Cleburne that has antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts, plus restaurants and entertainment options.
Water Parks and Sports Complexes Near Cleburne Rentals
Cleburne houses for rent are in proximity to a world of recreational facilities that will encourage you to get active. Splash Station Aquatics Center has two pools: an eight-lane, 25-yard fitness pool with two one-meter diving boards and a zero-entry leisure pool. The little ones can play in the zero-entry toddler dish pool with a cushioned whale fountain feature. The Cleburne Sports Complex provides baseball, football and soccer fields. At Cleburne State Park, you can camp, picnic, fish, swim and hike, and at the 1,550-acre Lake Pat Cleburne, swim, fish, ski, power boat and sail. Find houses for rent near Hwy. 67 in Cleburne so you'll never miss out on any of the action.
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