Foy Proctor Historical Park

How early ranchers across the nation adapted to a harsh frontier environment is a story told through the structures they built. The 19-acre Proctor Historical Park tells that story, but the main characters are not structures, they are people — the people who made their lives in these structures and created stories and legends and history in the process.

Dating back from the late 1780s to the 1950s, all but one structure were fully restored and relocated, furnished or outfitted for period correctness. The historical park was designated as “Foy Proctor Park” in 1999 to honor the late Foy Proctor, a respected West Texas rancher and the 1984 National Golden Spur recipient.

Explore the Structures

Los Corralitos

El Capote Cabin

Hedwig’s Hill

Jowell House

Wild Cow Corral and Trap Gate

Matador Half Dugout

Waggoner Ranch Commissary

Long S. Whiteface Camp

Box and Strip House

Blankenship Cowchip House

Pipe Raymond Vanless Windmill

Bairfield Schoolhouse

Harrell House

80 John Wallace House

Masterson JY Bunkhouse

Slaughter Memorial Arbor

Las Escarbadas

Eclipse Windmill

JA Milk and Meat House

C.T and Claire McLaughlin Arbor

Canon Ranch Windmill

Matador Office

Barton House

Hill Smokehouse

Star Model 15 Windmill

Renderbook-Spade Blacksmith Shop

Spur Granary and Stable

U Lazy S Carriage House

Pitchfork Loading Chute and Corral

Canon Ranch Sheep Hospital Shed

Reynolds-Gentry Barn

Slaughter Water Tank and Tower

Improved Clipper Windmill

Locomotive and King Ranch Shipping Pens

Ropes Depot and Rail Car House

Super J Cable Tool Spudder

Hoffman Barn

6666 Barn

JA Out Bin

Picket and Sotol House

Pitchfork Ranch Cookhouse

Pitchfork Ranch Pavilion

Spur Trinity Mission