Benjamin Lake - Fishing, picnicking, relaxing and some amazing sunsets! Southwest of Benjamin off of Highway 82.
Wichita - Brazos Museum and Cultural Center - Newly built, this museum houses much of Knox County's colorful history. Displays rotate every few months. Located at 200 E. Hays (Hwy 82). Hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Telephone 940-459-2229.
Knox County Veteran's Memorial - Located at the corner of Highways 82 and 6, this impressive monument stops visitors daily. Dedicated in 2000, the memorial honors all Knox County veterans from the Spanish-American War through current conflicts. The center arch is flanked by ten granite slabs. County Veteran's Day program held at this location each year.
Scenic Drive - You don't have to do more than step outside your door here to see the beauty and grandeur of God's Country, but if a drive is what you have in mind, a thirty-six mile loop north and east of Benjamin will take your breath away. Views of farm and ranch land cut by the south Wichita River breaks include fantastic shapes in multicolored soils. North on Highway 6 to F.M. 1756, east to F.M. 267, south to U.S. 82, then west back to Benjamin. A well-maintained roadside park on U.S. 82 provides impressive views north to the South Wichita River and south to the Brazos River. The roadside park is located at a point called "The Narrows" on a ridge line that separates the two major watersheds.
Texas Six-Man Football - If you've never seen a Texas Six-Man football game, you don't know what you've been missing! Coaches C.H. Underwood and Ben Grill, who, under head coach Underwood, led their O'Brien Bulldog team to the first ever 1972 Texas Six-Man State Championship, have both coached, taught and been in adminstrative positions at Benjamin ISD. Currently coached by Bob Sprinkles who is assisted by Ben Grill. The next time you see the soft glow of those Friday night lights while visiting or passing through, stop by Ben Grill Field and treat yourself to some hard-hitting action from the Benjamin Mustangs! Check out the links page to keep track of the Mustangs and Lady Stangs.
Bi-Annual Homecoming - Held the second weekend in June in each even-numbered year. Events include ropings, a parade and lots and lots of visiting! Next Homecoming June 2012.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Truscott Brine Lake - Located about 18 miles northwest of Benjamin through Truscott, this Corps lake offers abundant water activities, picnicking and beautiful views. See the links page for more information.
Spooktacular Shopping - Businesses offer great deals for one spooktacular day of shopping in October. October 30th 2010
Benjamin PTO Fall Festival - Annual PTO Fall Festival. Booths, Bingo, food, crowning of Fall Festival royalty, skits. October 30th 2010
Rockin' Ranch Christmas - Businesses stay open late and lots of family-friendly activities in downtown, including a visit from Santa! December 17, 2010