Quanah Chamber of Commerce

Established 1917




From cattle barons, Chief Quanah Parker, railroads pioneers, Texas Ranger Captain Bill McDonald, distinguished authors, scientists, astronauts, a world champion bull rider, and other famous characters, along with a new found love for astronomy, the Legend of Quanah has been established through its diverse history and foundations.

Today, our past lives on in the historical architectural sites, museums, lakes, Medicine Mound, Copper Breaks State Park, industry, agriculture, ranching, unique shopping, excellent restaurant, and the friendliest people in Texas. All of this together provides a taste of rural America. Quanah is located on U.S. Highway 287 and State Highway 6, where you are invited to come visit and rediscover the sights and events that have made Quanah “legendary.”

The Quanah Chamber of Commerce along with the citizens of Hardeman County welcomes you to the historical Quanah, the “City of Legends.” We invite you to visit, shop, live, trade and invest in Quanah – “City in touch with its past and in step with the future.”

On one of his many visits, Chief Quanah Parker pronounced his blessing on Quanah: “May the Great Spirit smile on you little town, may the rain fall in season, and the warmth of the sunshine after the rain, may the earth yield bountifully. May peace and contentment be with your children forever.” This is not only Quanah Parker’s wish to us, but our wish for you as well.

If you are considering Quanah as a possible site for a visit, new home, business, or industry, you are invited to contact the Quanah Chamber of Commerce at (940) 663-2222, stop by 220 South Main, e-mail quanahcoc@cebridge.net, or write to the Quanah Chamber of Commerce at P.O. Box 158, Quanah, TX 79252. The Chamber's Fax is 940-663-2222. You should call before sending a fax. You may also contact the Quanah Economic Development at (940) 663-2690, e-mail at qedc@speednet.com, or visit their Website by clicking here.


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