About the City
Where is Cameron, Texas?
Cameron is located equidistant to three major metropolitan areas and within 200 miles of 85% of the population of Texas. Cameron is approximately 78 miles, from Austin, the state capitol; 148 miles south of Dallas; 137 miles northwest of Houston; and 154 miles northeast of San Antonio. Three State/U.S. highways traverse our boundaries – 77, 36 and 190. For more information about Cameron’s economy and geography please visit www.cameronindustrialfoundation.com.
Situated in the rolling to level terrain of the Gulf Coastal Plain, the northwest part of Milam County is on the Blackland Prairies and the southeast part in the timbered Post Oak Belt. Given our geography you might imagine that our landscape is dominated by beautiful farm land and accented by tree lined creeks and rivers – most certainly a landscape favorable for peaceful relaxing get-a-ways and small town living. We invite you to explore Cameron, by taking a drive down our tree lined streets, visiting historic downtown, or attending a performance at the new C.H. Yoe High School Performing Arts Center. Come to visit…decide to stay a day or a life time.
The information contained in this section is intended to be helpful to first time visitors and new residence of Cameron. If you do not see what you need please give us a call at the Cameron Area Chamber of Commerce (254) 697-4979 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.