Muleshoe Community Attractions

Mule Memorial & Heritage Center

The National Mule Memorial Association was organized in 1965 after V. H. Torrance became concerned over the rapid disappearance of the mule  from the American scene. A beautiful mule statue was erected in Muleshoe at the north end of Main Street to honor the role that the mule has played in our nations's history.

Muleshoe Heritage Center is located off US 84 on the northwest part of Muleshoe. Visitors can experience our past and traditions of the Panhandle-High Plains of Texas at the Old Muleshoe Depot, Jane's Ranch House, the Old Muleshoe Ranch cook house and other items of interest, as well as the world's larges Mule shoe.

National Wildlife Refuge

The Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1935 as a wintering and resting area for migrating waterfowl and is the oldest refuge in Texas. The refuge is located 20 miles south of Muleshoe on State Highway 214. The refuge features displays of birds and mammals common to the area, picnic area, camping area, and nature trails. It is open to the public from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. For more information, call: 806-946-3341.

More Muleshoe Activities

Golf Course

The Muleshoe Country Club offers golfing enthusiasts a mature, scenic course as well as a challenging layout.Open all year Tuesday through Sunday (Closed Mondays)
Green Fees (18 holes) - $12.00 Weekdays/$15.00 Weekends

For more information call the Muleshoe Golf and Country Club at (806) 272-4250.

Home of National & World Gymnists Sports Academy

Sports Academy opened its doors in 2001 and has since placed Muleshoe, Texas on the national map when it involves gymnastics training and competition. Visit the first-class facilities of Sports Academy at 2309 W. American Boulevard.

*4th of July Celebration

*World Championship Mule Shoe Pitching Contest

*Christmas Parade and Town Lighting Ceremony

*"Keepers of the Legend" - an outdoor drama