Visit Henrietta

Henrietta, Texas

The Pioneer Spirit lives on…

Hometown hospitality awaits you when you visit. Henrietta serves as the county seat for Clay County and is nestled in the rolling plains of North Central Texas.

The area offers many opportunities for outdoor enthusiast including; fishing, hunting, water sports, hiking, camping, and nature photography.

Clay County offers some of the best produce produce in the area. Check out Young’s Orchard.

Henrietta is located on US Highway 287, 18 miles east of Wichita Falls, 100 miles northwest of Fort Worth, and 150 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. Map


1890 Jail Museum-Heritage Center – 116 N. Graham – located 1 block west of the court house. Experience the Texas frontier in early Clay County.  Sheriff’s residence, 1890’s decor; jail with gallows; Old West artifacts, ranching and agricultural displays; archives of family histories and photos. Open Th. & Fri., 10-2, Sat. 1-4; admission $2 adult, $1 student. 940-538-5655 or 940-524-3465. Museum info.

Lake Arrowhead State Park229 Park Road 63, Wichita Falls – located on the west side of the county. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy fishing, boating, water skiing, swimming, picnicking, camping, hiking and horseback riding. For info call: 940-528-2211

Annual Events

Turkey Fest – is the spring family-oriented festival in North Texas! This excitement filled downtown festival consists of free family fun, music, food and live demonstrations. Along with pie eating contests, local vendors, bounce houses, and so much more, there is truly something for everyone! For more information visit our website at

Pioneer Reunion – held the 3rd weekend in September. For more information visit

When planning your visit be sure to contact the Henrietta & Clay County Chamber of Commerce for visitor information.

In person: 202 West Omega (Hwy 82)

By phone: 940-538-5261