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Located in northeast Moore County, the city of Sunray is a small city encompassing a total area of only 1.7 square miles. From Sunray, Dumas is approximately 18 miles away, while Sunray’s distance to Amarillo registers at around 64.5 miles. Based on 2016 population estimates, Sunray is currently home to over 1,900 residents.

Sunray is a largely agricultural community that also counts oil and gas as some of its primary industries. The city was founded by Jack C. Collins, who started to lay out the city lots in the 1930s. Back then, Sunray was known as Altman, but since another town in Rusk County already bears the name, Collins renamed the community to Sunray, with the name finally approved in 1935. According to historical sources, Collins settled with the name “Sunray” due to the presence of a gas-oil refinery by Sunray Oil Company, located on 10 acres of land donated by Collins himself to another oil and gas company.

Officially incorporated in 1937 and then 1945, Sunray is home to a tight-knit and welcoming locale. The whole city is served by the Sunray Independent School District (SISD).

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Homes for Sale in Sunray, TX

Sunray, TX real estate presents a wide variety of real estate opportunities for different kinds of home buyers as well as real estate investors. Homes for sale in Sunray are mostly single-family homes, with the common feature being ample outdoor living space, as majority of homes for sale in Sunray are built in spacious lots. Best of all, homes for sale in Sunray are affordable.

Another housing option available in Sunray are apartments, both up for sale or for rent. These properties are scattered throughout the city. Sunray, TX real estate also offers land, farms, and ranches for sale.

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Attractions and things to do in Sunray, TX

    • Treasure Island Water Park – One of the most popular attractions in Sunray, the Treasure Island Water Park is where residents, as well as tourists from other parts of Moore County, gather to beat the Texas heat. This municipal water park features a 7,000-square foot entry pool with two water slides, a killer whale slide, and a re-imagining of the USS Bobcat pirate ship. The water park has its own snack bar that sells a variety of drinks and snacks, but guests are allowed to bring their own food and drinks. Swimming lessons are also offered in the water park.
    • Sunray Community Park – Sunray is also home to a community park located along W 10th Street, in the southwest portion of the city. A great place to sit down and unwind with other community members and loved ones.

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