The restored Santa Fe Depot offers a heritage museum and meeting place. The "World's Largest Muleshoe"--22 feet high and 17 feet wide at its widest point--offers a good photo opportunity. Open 1-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 2000 Ash Ave.
Founded in 1935, it is the oldest national wildlife refuge in Texas. Three small rainwater 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 colony of pr...
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 is known as "Ole Pete." Located near the Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce office.
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