Welcoming all to Stamford since 1900

Stamford Chamber of Commerce 

Coca-Cola Park
​Located next to the Stamford Police Department on North Swenson Street

Centennial Cowboy Statue
 Located in front of the Stamford City Swimming Pool on West McHarg Street is a statue dedicated to Texas cowboys.

The MacKenzie Trail Monument
A 48,000 pound limestone sculpture located at the intersection of Hwy. 6 and 277 by-pass. 

Lake Stamford
The 8 square mile lake​ offers boating, skiing, and fishing. Cabins and RV hookups available. Please contact (325) 773-2095.

The Johnson House
Built in 1905 by druggist Curtis Johnson located on N. Swenson Street. 


Swenson Commissary
Built in 1900 located at the corner of S. Swenson and Gould Streets. 

Mayor Johnny Anders constructed on the original location of his grandfather’s mechanic business, Bedlam is sited at the highway entrance to the city across from the rodeo grounds, which is home to the famous Texas Cowboy Reunion. 

Texas Cowboy Reunion Oldtimers Association Historial Monument
Located at the Oldtimers Roundup Hall adjacent to the Texas Cowboy Reunion Rodeo Grounds on N. US Hwy. 277. 

Cowboy Country Museum
​The Museum is located on the Square at 113 S. Wetherbee St. was established in 1977 and provides visitors a "Walk back into the Old West." From historic photographs chronicling the growth of Stamford from its founding in 1900 to antique medical equipment, farm/ranch artifacts, newspapers dating back to the early 1900's, telephone books from 1920's and subsequent years. The Museum has a plethora of historic treasurers that tell the story of the town's and the county's earlier days. Museum is open Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-5 p.m. Special tours on weekends and holidays by appointment only. For information, please call the Museum at (325) 773-2500.

Dinosaur Sculptures
Metal sculptures dinosaur located across from Harmon Park.

Harmon Park
Playground, walking trail, sand volleyball court and duck pond ​​located at the corner of East Hamilton and Orient Street.

Stamford Inn
Once an inn where Elvis Presely stayed while playing at the Texas Cowboy Reunion, Stamford Inn is located adjacent to the City Hall on East McHarg Street. It is said to be one of Stamford's haunted sights. (*Warning: Do not enter, structure is unsafe.)

Texas Cowboy Reunion Rodeo
The TCR was organized in 1930 and was first held June 26, 27 and 28, 1930. It was organized as a means of gathering together the ever-thinning ranks of true cowboys and preserving traditions of the once great cattle empire of the Southwest. The Texas Cowboy Reunion Rodeo is known as the “World’s Largest Amateur Rodeo”. In 1940, the Quarter Horse Show was added as an attraction. Will Rogers made his last public appearance at the Texas Cowboy Reunion Rodeo one month before he was tragically killed in a plane crash.

Swenson Ranch Mural
Cowboy life mural located at the corner of East McHarg and North Swenson Street. 

Stamford Country Club and Golf Course
Country club and golf course located at 7228 Golf Course Rd., off Adams Rd., (Hwy. 142).