William Cameron Park (For the Pleasure of the People)

In 1910, Waco was a growing city facing many problems. One problem was the lack of open spaces for recreation. The family of William Cameron saw this need and donated the land at Proctor Springs to the City of Waco, creating William Cameron Park. Learn about the fascinating history of this “jewel on the Brazos” in this week’s Waco, Gateway to Texas History.