Internationally known for its birding, Willcox locals celebrate the migration of thousands of Sandhill Cranes over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend each January – hosting dozens of vendors, educational seminars, and wildlife tours.
Willcox is known for throwing great events for locals and visitors to enjoy. Experience authentic wild west heritage, including a ranch rodeo, chuck wagon cook off, and more family fun activities at this festival.
Rex Allen once represented a man that loved his community and always came home to celebrate his roots. Over the years, Willcox has successfully maintained the “Cowboy Way”, celebrating their traditions and hometown every fall with a fair, rodeo, car show, and more.
Held bi-annually on the third weekend of May and the third weekend of October, the free, Willcox Wine Festival welcomes community members and wine lovers to celebrate the region’s abundant wineries and vineyards by exploring downtown shops, listening to live music, and discovering local vendors.
Located in a fully renovated building that once housed the Headquarters Saloon, which burned down during the Great Depression, The Willcox Tasting Room & Fine Art Gallery brings local art and local wine together for a one-of-a-kind experience.
Going far beyond your local movie theater, the Willcox Theater & Arts is an entertainment hub that values arts, culture and bringing the community together. Stop in for a movie or check out one of their Wine and Paint nights.
From fashionistas to local ranchers, and everyone in between, you will love exploring Amarillo by Morning for a cute keepsake to bring home to your kid after enjoying a Willcox wine excursion or shopping for a piece to complete your look!