A favorite photo subject, it was designed by local artist Bobby Dycke and built in 1940. A widow of a former XIT Ranch cowhand asked that a horse bearing an empty saddle appear in the reunion parade in tribute to all XIT Ranch cowpokes. Just north of the U.S. 87 underpass.
Erected in 2003, the memorial was donated to city by the People's Republic of China in remembrance of James R. Fox, who flew rescue missions during World War II. Outside the Dallam County Courthouse.
This 2,000-acre, city park offers hiking, riding, fishing and birding. Home to millions of waterfowl. Includes a covered pavilion with a stage area. Playscape includes two rock-climbing walls and a moving stepping-stone entrance. Closed nightly at 10 p.m. Just south of Dalhart off of U.S. 385/87...
Public land administered by the U.S. Forest Service is open for hunting, birding and hiking. www.fs.fed.us/grasslands/index.shtml
This site features a memorial that honors all area veterans who served the country in all branches of the military. At Seventh and Rock Island.
Exhibits include XIT Ranch artifacts, railroad antiques, Native American artifacts and frontier firearms, along with furnished rooms, circa 1900, and a frontier chapel. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tue.-Sat. 108 E. Fifth St. www.xitmuseum.com
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