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Arts & Recreation in the Moore County Region

If you think Dumas has Western flavor – you’re right. We are proud of the colorful cowboy heritage that resonates in our warm hospitality, sense of adventure, art and traditions. If it isn’t found in Dumas, then it is probably only a short drive away! From an Art Center to a Zip Line, folks are always finding new events and activities for our community to experience. There never seems to be a weekend that doesn’t have some event occurring, and the kids have more to do than they have time.

Our vacations can take us to beautiful locations in our own community, or to mountains within 3 hours drive. The festivals are great, the people are fun and the only thing preventing folks from finding enough to do is their own refusal to get up! Whether you prefer to be in the stands or on the field, Dumas has numerous opportunities to work up a sweat and get dirty! From mud volleyball to cricket, we are sure to have some activity to get you up and out!

 

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Window On The Plains Museum

Featuring extensive displays centered around farming and ranching, industry, business, family life and wildlife.
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The Art Center

The Art Center opened in October of 2004 as a neighbor to Window on the Plains Museum. The joining of the two has made a pleasant stop in Dumas to view art and history and enjoy the best of Texas. The Art Center features the works of area artists in exhibits that change monthly.
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Pheasant Trail Golf Course

Located in the Panhandle of Texas and north of Amarillo opened in 1951, the front nine of the Pheasant Trails Golf Course features a Scottish-links design with newly planted trees and a deep cut of rough bordering the flat fairways. The back nine is longer and takes on more of a West Texas design with large established trees lining the fairways.
 
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Cactus Playa Lake

The land belongs to the town of Cactus and is a bird refuge. Bald and golden eagles, falcons, cranes, waterfowl and shore birds can be seen at times. The site is part of Texas Parks and Wildlife's Panhandle Plains Wildlife Trail. On F.M. 281, approximately two miles southeast of Cactus (about 13 miles north of Dumas).
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Lake Meredith National Recreation Area

Within the dry and windswept high plains of the Texas Panhandle lies a hidden oasis, a welcoming haven where wildlife and humans find respite from the dry grasslands above. Through this plain, the Canadian River has cut dramatic 200-foot canyons, or breaks, where humans have eked out a living for over 13,000 years.
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Dumas Aquatic Park

It's more than a swimming pool, it's more than a splash park it's Dumas Aquatic Park!
 
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Dumas Little League Complex

A two field state of the art complex used by the Babe Ruth Association and the Dumas Independent School District's baseball team is found within McDade Park.  Spring into summer nights will find both of these parks teaming with players and spectators alike.
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McDade Park

1/2 mile walking/running track, 3 covered pavilions with bar-be-que grills, Volleyball court, Aquatic Center, Playground equipment, Veterans Memorial Wall & Skateboard Park..
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Texhoma RV Park

When you travel through the City of Dumas, we want to make you as comfortable as possible. That's why we offer a free overnight stay at our RV park.
 
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Moore County YMCA

Moore County YMCA offer many activities such as water aquatics classes, fitness classes and soccer, swimming, basketball a swim team, & much more.
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Alibates Flint Quarry

Visit the Alibates Quarries, dug by Native Americans who were in search of the valuable Alibates Flint. The Alibates Visitor Center is the starting point for ranger-led hikes and programs, and offers exhibits, gardens and the park movie.
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Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Palo Duro Canyon State Park contains 29,182 acres of the scenic, northern most portion of the Palo Duro Canyon. Cabin Rentals, Tent sites & RV sites with water & electricity. Hiking and mountain bike trails. On-site horse rentals. Picnic tables & grills under immense cottonwood trees.
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Treasure Island Water Park

Treasure Island is a municipal water park owned and operated by the City of Sunray with a family atmosphere. Its 7,000 square foot, zero-depth entry pool features two 20' tall water slides, the USS Bobcat pirate ship, a killer whale slide, and soft play animals.
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Dumas Family Fun Center

Don’t stay bored at home. Come bowl a game or two, and some glow in the dark miniature golf. Enjoy your birthday cake in the party room with family and friends!!
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Evelyn Theatre

Evelyn Theatre, showing first run movies. Friday and Saturday, 7:00pm & 9:15pm. Sunday through Thursday, 7:00pm.
 

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