We’re always on the search for a good cheeseburger, and the little town of Huntsville doesn’t disappoint! Just a couple of miles off I-45. Mr Hamburger smiles down and welcome everyone to one of his famous burgers and shakes! My son loves their gravy fries!
Mr Hamburger has been making burgers since the 1950’s, with a short interruption during the 2000’s when the location was moved to their present location on 11th St.
Located in Huntsville, a town best known for their prison system, it’s no surprise that you’ll find items on the menu like the “The Warden”, or “The Killer Burger”. Of course, The Professor refers to Sam Houston State University, located in Huntsville, and the mascot of the Huntsville High School is the Hornet!
Mr. Hamburger is located just down the street from the Historic Walker County Courthouse and Square. It’s a fun place to stop and walk around to see the little shops, and the famous “Boot House”! For more Things To Do in Huntsville, click HERE.
Things To Do in Huntsville
The Texas Prison Museum gives visitors a look at the daily life of a Texas convict. Click HERE for more information.
The Lone Star Hiking Trail, is a 128 mile trail through southeast Texas forest. Hike with friends or make some new ones at the Lone Star Hiking Club, which offers group hikes as well as work days on the trail. Click HERE for more information!
The Blue Lagoon is a scuba park with crystal-clear water in the Piney Woods. Click HERE for more information.
Huntsville State Park offers RV and tent camping, as well as fishing, swimming, kayak rental on Raven Lake, plus hiking and horseback riding. Click HERE for more information.
918 11th St. Huntsville, TX.
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