Ned Houk Memorial Park offers guests almost 400 acres of recreation space in a total park area that covers thousands of acres. This incredible park features a wide range of recreational opportunities, including basketball, archery, fishing, picnicking, and more. You can even play disc golf or ride an ATV or horse on one of the many trails in the park. Perhaps the most special thing about this park is its wildlife. Because the total park space is so large, the area is something of a sanctuary for wild animals. You can see bobcats, birds, deer, and even bison here.
Archaeology and Histo
If you are an archaeology buff, you may already know the name "Clovis" thanks to the famous arrow heads that have been found in the area since the early 20th century. "Clovis" is also the name of the prehistoric people who made these early weapons and these fluted projectile heads are known as Clovis points. Though the area's history of human habitation extends back many centuries, white settlement began in the early 1900s. Clovis was officially incorporated in 1909 thanks to the advent of the railroad. Since then, Clovis has continued to grow and flourish.