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Pampa, Texas

As the seat of Gray County, Pampa was founded in 1888 on the Santa Fe Railroad, and was named from the Spanish word pampas meaning plains.

Today Pampa is a city of beautiful churches, large parks and fine homes. Thirty-two municipal parks on tree-shaded draws give a spacious air to the plains city. Pampa is an oil field supply point with allied industries, a marketing center for agricultural and livestock-raising area, and an industrial center provide a diversified economy.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Things to do near Pampa, TX

Cross Plains Public Library

The library houses a large collection of Robert E. Howard first edition books as well as original manuscripts and Weird Tales...

Saints Roost Museum

Housed in former Adair Hospital founded by Cornelia Adair in 1910 for local cowboys, the museum features heirlooms from area ...

Slaton Museum

Step into the city's past, and visit the old Post Office and a 1940s drug store's soda fountain. Unique photo exhibit feature...

National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration

Lubbock is home for this national Western event. Cowboy poets, musicians, storytellers, artists, historians, historians, auth...

City Parks

Ruddick Park on 7th St. is on Lone Wolf Creek and features a limited number of RV campsites. There are also picnic shelters, ...