Alive in the Pride & Spirit of Yesteryear
In the heart of the Ozarks, Crocker rests amidst forested hills and farmlands, the same natural beauty that first inspired the founding fathers to settle here.
Crocker offers a peaceful rural setting and a carefully preserved heritage. The city is an unspoiled and historic community, alive with the spirit and pride of yesteryear, and maintaining pioneer values of God, family, country, and love of neighbors. Travel but a short distance in any direction and find wilderness resorts, campgrounds, spring-fed rivers and lakes, state parks, and historical sites. Crocker is proud to boast they are the hometown of Star Search winner Jake Simpson.
Visit the Crocker Frisco Depot Museum (open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the third Saturday of every month), and stop by the Frisco Railroad Caboose at Frisco Park. Visit Crocker City Park and take a peaceful walk through a prairie wildflower trail that winds around a pond with benches to sit and bask in the natural splendor, or stop by the farmers market (spring thru fall) for some produce or hand made goods.
Explore antique shops and flea markets located throughout the community. The OutLaw Lane RC Racetrack provides a fun evening out for participants and spectators alike with 1/10 scale racing and pulling. Summer and fall weekends are filled with family fun at Crocker Arena, which features horse and ATV rodeos. Labor Day Weekend is Crocker’s signature event — Crocker Railroad Days. Enjoy crafts, food, activities, and a parade!