So Much to See and Do
Nature, nightlife, restaurants, and all kinds of fun in Amarillo. We’re convenient to everything, so hop in the car and go…
Palo Duro Canyon State Park
Visit the Grand Canyon of Texas. The second largest canyon in the country lies in the heart of the Texas Panhandle near Amarillo. Experience the canyon’s rugged beauty and enjoy its colorful history by foot, mountain bike, horse, or car. Breathtakingly beautiful red rock formations!
Texas Outdoor Musical
See it Tuesdays through Sundays in the summer at the Pioneer Amphitheater in Palo Duro Canyon State Park. Watch the stories, struggles and triumphs of early settlers. The family-friendly show has singing, dancing, fireworks and lots of Texas humor!
Share the wonders of the animal world with kids of all ages at the Amarillo Zoo. The beautiful 15-acre site is located in Thompson Park and features over 60 species of animals. The zoo is designed for fun and discovery and will provide a lifetime of memories. Here, you’ll do more than just look…you’ll experience the animal world.
Wonderland Amusement Park
Thrill rides and water slides, miniature golf, bumper cars, balloon rides, and much more, including Gnarley the Gnome. Discounts too!
The world’s craziest art installation! Ten old Cadillacs, buried nose down in the desert with their tail fins reaching for the heavens at the same angle as the great pyramids of Egypt. Go ahead and add your own spray paint graffiti – everybody else does. FREE. Take a selfie!
Jack Sisemore Traveland RV Museum
If you love your RV (you know you do!), you’ll love the RV Museum. Ever since the invention of the automobile, Americans have turned their vehicles into campers. See the oldest RVs in existence, antique motorcycles, hippie VWs, and all kinds of interesting old stuff related to touring, camping, and life on the road.
Big Texan Steak Ranch & Brewer
When you want a BIG steak, you want the Big Texan. Big Tex is right nearby and will even send a ‘limo’ to pick you up. World famous for the FREE 72oz steak challenge. A Texas icon on Historic Route 66. This place is the real Texas experience.