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Crosbyton, Texas

Crosbyton is the seat of Crosby County, near Blanco Canyon, a scenic spot of the South Plains area. Founded by a livestock company town lot sale in February of 1908, Crosbyton is the commercial center for the farming and livestock area, and a market for cotton, grain sorghum, wheat, and cattle.

There is free RV camping with hookups in the city park on U.S. 82 east of downtown where bed and breakfast facilities are available in the historic buildings.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum

Exhibits include display of dinosaur fossils and casts; a complete replica of a 15-ft. mastodon, and much more. One of the unusual things the museum has is several specimens of enormous salamanders called metoposarus, some of which grew to lengths of 12

Crosbyton, TX Museums

Silver Falls Park

One of the finest roadside parks on Texas highway system, about four miles east on U.S. 82, where White River crosses the route. Picnic tables, scenic views of rolling canyon, plus intriguing hiking paths along river.

Crosbyton, TX Parks

Crosby County Pioneer Memorial Museum

Complex includes museum exhibit hall and furnished replica of rock house built by Henry Clay Smith, pioneer farmer who came to the High Plains in 1876. Extensive farm and home collections, Indian artifacts;

Crosbyton, TX Museums

Things to do near Crosbyton, TX

Scenic Drive

Texas 256 west traverses rolling country often cut by tributaries of Prairie Dog Town Fork of Red River. It threads among the...

Scenic Drive

F.M. 293 west to Texas 136 north provides views of modern High Plains agriculture contrasted with traditional ranch lands unc...

Morton Country Club

Course Access: Semi-PrivateHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Buffalo

View from Texas 114 of private herd of buffalo (American bison) and elk pastured across from highway rest area 8 miles east o...

Yoakum County Park

A party house and RV campsites are available for a small rental fee. The park also features an 18-hole golf course. Six miles...