WOLTERS VILLAGE, TX
WOLTERS VILLAGE, TEXAS. Wolters Village is located near Fort Wolters Military Reservation along U.S. Highway 180 three miles east of Mineral Wells in far eastern Palo Pinto County near the Parker county line. After Fort Wolters was recommissioned in the 1950s, the community was established as a housing development for military personnel and civilian employees. By 1970 it had 3,743 inhabitants. The town was annexed by Mineral Wells by 1984.
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