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Once home to the Orcoquiza Native Americans, Spring was soon populated by immigrants. The International and Great Northern Railroad was built through town in 1871 and new industry and more people moved in. The population and industry dwindled during the Great Depression, but Spring has remained a town with a rich history.
The space where the original city sat is now named Old Town Spring. You'll find plenty of things left behind by the original settlers in the Old Town Spring Museum. If you want to try and glimpse the settlers themselves, there are several walking ghost tours available.
The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts opened in 2008 and has housed art installations and exhibits from all over the world. They offer workshops and camps. Take a day trip to Atkinson Farm and pick strawberries. Or choose from their selection of fresh vegetables. During the holidays, take a trip to Old Time Christmas Tree Farm, or visit their pumpkin patch in Fall. Take a stroll in Pundt Park and take your four-legged friends to its dog parks. Take in the fresh air on Spring Creek Greenway's bike trails. Take a tasting tour at Wild Stallion Vineyards. Wild Stallion Vineyards opened it's doors in 2009 and offers a wine club. Or you could peruse the selection at Envy Wine Room in their store.
Puffabellys has provided the town with hand-pattied burgers since 1995. Try the Pancho and Lefty at Corkscrew BBQ or dive into their Duroc Pork Spare Ribs. Go out for a night on the town at the Jailhouse Saloon for cold drinks and live music. The Old Town Spring Tasting Room offers a selectional regional and out-of-state wines. Pop down to Ellen's Cafe off Gentry Street for blackberry cobbler and four-layer chocolate cake. If you feel like you still haven't satisfied your sweet tooth you can visit Emmy's Sweet Shoppe for saltwater taffy, truffles, and retro candies. They've been dishing out sweet treats since 1995.
With all the food, drinks, and outdoor sites there are to see in Spring, the last thing you should worry about is a fallen tree in your yard. Damaged and diseased trees are both an eyesore and dangerous. Don't spend hours of your valuable time sifting through tree care companies. It can be difficult to find the right tree care options that work best for you. Let LawnStarter help. By downloading the easy-to-use app on your computer, mobile device, or tablet you're one step closer to spectacular tree care. LawnStarter connects you with local businesses so you can get outside and enjoy the town.