Wichita Falls Tickets
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The beautiful city of Wichita Falls has an even prettier nickname 'The City that Faith Built'. It is the 2nd largest state of the United States of America as per land. In terms of population, it beats them all and lands itself as the number 1 US state. The city of Houston is the largest city of Texas. The state of Texas has a nickname of Lone Star State. It signifies Texas' status of an independent republic. Due to the large Spanish and Mexican population, the culture of the state is heavily influenced by the South American culture which is why Texas is the first thing that comes to the mind when we hear the word 'cowboy'. The state has long been known as the center of the cattle industry in America. The oil disco vies of 1900s changed the fate of the state forever and the state's exports boomed. It is home to a deeply religious community. Wichita Falls aka The City that Fate Built is no different.
The total land area of the city is 183.1 square out of which 183 square kilometer is land whereas the rest is water. It is located at an elevation of 289 meter above sea level. The total population of the city, as per the 2006 census, was 107,000 but in 2008, the population of the city was reduced to 101,202 people which meant a - 2.9 % growth rate. 68.9 % of this population consists of non Hispanic Whites. Hispanics make the biggest minority with 14 %. Blacks are a close second with 12.4 %. 100 % of the population associates with one religion or another. 53 % of the total Wichita Falls population follows the Southern Baptist Convention, 15 % follows the Catholic Church for it is a very religious community. Just like any other Texan city, Wichita Falls summers are long and hot! But winters on the other hand come with plenty of snow which makes Christmas a snowy event. Reaching Wichita is not a problem, there are several highways which lead straight to the city, Interstate 44 being one, the city has 3 airports and excellent local transport.
The area where the city is now located was inhabited by Choctaw Indians in early 1700s. White settler did not come around until the late 1800s. When the Whites came around, they started building cattle ranches and slowly the population of the area began to swell. The Denver Railway and Forth Worth came around in 1882 and that is when the city became Wichita County, the county seat. Wichita is a city which has been devastated by natural catastrophes many times. Firstly it was hit by a flood in 1886. The original falls, which was located on the bank of Wichita River, was completely destroyed. It was the falls actually after which the city was named. Even though falls was destroyed but it was never dead because due to the love of people for falls, the city had to build an artificial 54 feet high waterfall in Lucy Park.
In terms of entertainment, Wichita is one city where there is always something to do. Morningside Historic District, Cook Ranch, Sunshine Yard Building, Skyline Country Club are some of the notable sites in Wichita city. The cities rich cultural heritage and colorful history is encapsulated in several of the museums around the city like the Wichita Falls Museum and Art Center, Kell House Museum along with several others which dot the city and act as a magnet for all history lovers. There are plenty of recreational parks in Wichita city as well which keep the locals as well as the visitors pleased. The Lucy Park features the artificially erected 54 feet high Wichita Falls, the Wichita Falls High Schooltrack is perfect way to get in touch with the nature. The City of Wichita Lake, Sikes Lake, Lake Wichita and Denver tank take the cake in terms of providing outdoor entertainment like fishing, boating, rafting and lots of exciting stuff.
The shopping experience provided by Wichita city Sikes Senter Shopping Center and Parker Square Shopping Center is simply unforgettable. This is one city which you have got to check out for yourself. Grab your Wichita tickets now and enjoy the ride!