(806) 488-2180

11450 State Hwy Park Rd 5, Canyon, TX 79015, USA

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PALO DURO CANYON STATE PARK
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

 
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MEET WOODROW!

At Old West Stables

Stop by Old West Stables and a feed Woodrow a treat! Fun for all ages, sweet little Woodrow will eat right from your hand. Treats for Woodrow are for sale in the Old West Stables Gift Shop.

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Located inside Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Visit the Trading Post for all your Palo Duro Canyon souvenirs. Don't forget to try their world famous cheese burgers!

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Located right outside Palo Duro Canyon State Park entrance

Zip lining, hiking, rappelling, camping, team building, weddings, reunions, birthdays & more; find your adventure at Palo Duro Zip Line!

Pioneer Amphitheatre inside Palo Duro Canyon State Park

A FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOW set against an authentic tapestry of history, the show’s fictional characters bring to life the stories, struggles and triumphs of the settlers of the Texas Panhandle in the 1800's. Song and dance abound – and a generous helping of good ol’ Texas humor too – with spellbinding lighting, special effects and fireworks
(weather permitting)

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EL CORONADO LODGE VISITOR CENTER

Located inside Palo Duro Canyon State Park

A couple of miles from the entrance of Palo Duro Canyon, this visitor's center, gift shop, and museum allows for a quick stop to learn more about the beautiful canyon, and pick up something to remember it by.

13651 I-40 Frontage Rd, Amarillo, TX 79124

Cadillac Ranch is a public art installation and sculpture in Amarillo, Texas, USA. It was created in 1974 by Chip Lord, Hudson Marquez and Doug Michels, who were a part of the art group Ant Farm. The installation half-buried ten Cadillacs nose-first in the ground.

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2401 4th Ave, Canyon, TX 79015

If you’re a dedicated history geek, we’ve got enough to keep you occupied from open to close. For more casual museum-goers, you might plan to spend at least a couple hours touring our premises. We’ve got something for everyone, and can’t wait to make your acquaintance.

7701 Interstate 40 Access Rd, Amarillo, TX 79118

Kitschy, saloon-style steakhouse offering patrons a 72-oz. steak challenge & a souvenir gift shop.

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2601 I-40 East, Amarillo, TX 79104

Inspiring people to discover and explore their passion for horses.

4341 Canyon Drive,
Amarillo, TX

The Sisemore’s began restoring and collecting unusual vintage RV’s over 25 years ago. They have built a museum that houses many of the RV’s in their collection. These include the Flxible Bus from the Movie RV, the 1st Itasca motor home ever built. The oldest Fleetwood in existence and many other RV’s from the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.

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1400 Streit Dr, Amarillo, TX 79106

Native flora are showcased over 4 acres of seasonal gardens, with an indoor tropical conservatory.

700 Comanchero, Amarillo, TX 79107

The Amarillo Zoo is a stroller-friendly ADA accessible outdoor attraction featuring more than 150 animals over 15 acres of beautifully landscaped property. Guests can walk leisurely through the entire Zoo in about one hour or spend more time if they wish.

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2301 N Soncy Rd, Amarillo, TX 79124

Wildcat Bluff is 640 acres of wide open Texas Panhandle.  Formerly a section of the historic Frying Pan Ranch, we have 5 miles of trails, 5 acres of paved and accessible paths, a dig pit for learning about Panhandle prehistory, our Gilvin Science Education Building, a section of the historic Gregg-Marcy Santa Fe Trail and so much more.

FM 168, Canyon, TX 79015

Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge is a protected area in Randall County in the Texas Panhandle. Its shortgrass prairies spill into marshes, woodlands, riparian habitat, croplands, and water-carved canyon walls that together form 7,664 acres of homes for migratory and year-round wildlife.

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