FLOYDADA Population - 3,884 Altitude- 3,179


Established in 1890, Floydada was originally called Floyd City. Today this small town is the seat of Floyd County located in the center of an extremely productive farming area. It is also the present headquarters for a large electric co-op, and cotton ginning/shipping point.

Check with the chamber of commerce for information on the Circle Dot Ranch which serves cowboy breakfasts and suppers on the edge of Caprock Canyon. And for information on events, dining, and accommodations, stop by the chamber office at 105 W. California St. or call (806) 983-3434.

Caprock Canyons State Park & Trailway-

Please see the Quitaque web page for further information.

Floyd County Museum-

This quaint museum features period furnishings, implements, store fixtures, photographs of early settlers and ranchers. It also displays artifacts from Coronado's expedition found in Floyd County. Open Mon., - Fri. I - 5 p,m. North of the local courthouse.



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