Temple is a city in Texas that is a part of Bell County. It was founded in 1881 as a railroad town and incorporated in 1882. It was named after Bernard Moore Temple. Temple is the second biggest city in Bell County, with a total area of 76.01 square miles. The population of the city is about 82,000 people, according to the 2020 census.
The city is rich in history, so it’s worth visiting it to learn more about Central Texas. Start in the Temple Railroad & Heritage Museum. Then you may stop by Whistle Stop Park to see the railroad tracks. You may take a walk in one of the biggest parks of Temple – Miller Park. It’s a perfect place for long walks, picnics, jogging and playing with your children. Another great place to explore is the Miller Springs Nature Center & Park. You may enjoy beautiful views and nature here.