The restored Santa Fe Depot, off U.S. 84 , offers a museum and meeting place. At the center is the "World's Largest Muleshoe"—22 feet high and 17 feet wide at its widest point. A good photo opportunity. Open 1–5 p.m. Mon.–Fri. 806/272-5873.
Founded in 1935, it is the oldest national wildlife refuge in Texas. Three small rainwater lakes––unusual features on the plains––attract birds. Includes the nation's largest concentration of wintering sandhill cranes. Greatest numbers of waterfowl may usually be seen late August to March. A colo...
With the disappearance of mules from the American scene in recent decades, a group of Texas citizens decided to erect a memorial to these unsung beasts. The memorial, known as "Ole Pete" is located near the Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce office.
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