Amarillo KOA

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1100 Folsom Road

Amarillo, TX 79108

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Local Area Attractions

Amarillo KOA is centrally located to the many attractions in and around Amarillo, TX. Use our award winning park as your home base when visiting the area. Many of the attractions have been highlighted for your convenience. Hours of operation and fees for these locations are subject to change by each business owner. Amarillo KOA does not guarantee any of the reported fees/hours.

Cowgirls and Cowboys in the West

19300 S FM 1258 (Pullman Road)
Amarillo, TX 79118

Experience a Western adventure, either as a group or an individual. Cowgirls & Cowboys in the West is offering two-day and week long tours of Route 66, western attractions and ranching adventures. The business will incorporate a number of business attractions, from the Kwahadi Indian Museum and Big Texan Steak Ranch, to a saddle-making shop and the Southwest Sixth Avenue restaurant and music scene. For more information call 806.672.9256 or 806.683-1157.

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Lake Meredith

Lake Meredith, for some, was a place once filled with memories but now it's filled with not much water as the drought in our area continues. The area's largest lake is located 50 miles northeast of Amarillo.The water levels at Lake Meredith, according to the National Weather Service in Amarillo, hit record low depth readings. As the depth of the water continues to decline so does the level of activity on the lake, hurting the economy of the lake's community. While lake levels have dropped, outstanding hiking and four-wheeling are available.

For more information call 806.857.3151.

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Don Harrington Discovery Center

1200 Streit Drive
Amarillo, TX 79106

Explore, create, invent, tinker, learn and play at the area's science and technology center. The museum has interactive exhibits, educational programs, special events and the only planetarium in the Texas Panhandle. The Digital Space Theater, a $1.2 million digital entertainment system in the planetarium, takes shows to new heights. It is just one of a handful digital theater installations in the nation. Exhibits explore sound, structures, helium, puzzles, weather and optical illusions.

The Discovery Center is open Mondays: Open Summer and School Holidays; Tuesday-Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 4:30 p.m. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for children/students ages 3-22, and $7 for seniors ages 60+. DHDC Members and children age 2 and under are free.

Admission to the Space Theatre is included with the Discovery Center admission. Theater Times are: Weekdays & Saturday - 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm. Sunday - 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm.

The Discovery Center is located in the Harrington Regional Medical Center.

For further information call (806) 355-9547

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Wonderland Amusement Park

2601 Dumas Drive
Amarillo, TX 79107

Wonderland Amusement Park is a great place for a family to relax and have fun for a reasonable price.Voted the 2009 Park of the Year by Amusement Today, Wonderland is home to the Texas Tornado, one of the top-rated, double-loop steel roller coasters in the nation, and to over 60 rides, attractions and miniature golf. Wonderland Amusement Park offers fun, food and fabulous entertainment for the entire family.

Open weekends April through Labor Day. For more information call (800) 383-4712 or (806) 383-3344

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Heated Swimming Pool

Relax alongside our sparkling clean, heated pool after a long day on the road or after an exciting day of seeing the local sights such as Palo Duro Canyon, the Cadillac Ranch and the famous, outdoor musical drama "Texas", just to name a few.

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Route 66 Historic District

Over one mile of antiques and collectibles await the visitor to Historic Route 66, one of the city's first residential and business districts.

Located along an original stretch of historic Route 66, the street features historic buildings that once housed theaters, cafes and drug stores and are now antique, craft and specialty shops. Some of Amarillo's most unique dining experiences are along Historic Route 66
Route 66 spans 178 miles across Texas from Oklahoma to New Mexico. Three hours on Interstate 40 - a leisurely drive of any length you desire on Route 66. Amarillo is the largest city on this length of Route 66, but there are things to see and do in both directions on the Mother Road. And there are all sorts of special events, regardless of the direction. So take your time to surf the information and make your Route 66 visit to the Texas Panhandle a memorable one.

Route 66 is not a destination, it's a journey!!

Located along 6th Ave. between Georgia and Western Streets in Amarillo, TX

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Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015

Where else can you cover 26,000 square miles on foot? At the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, the largest history museum in Texas. It's so big, it's called The Smithsonian with a Texas accent! From dinosaurs to conquistadors, you'll discover it all in this, Texas' largest historical museum. View one of the Southwest's finest art collections, walk along the boardwalks of a life-size 1880's frontier town, or experience the exciting history of the petroleum industry. Relive the stories of courage and hardship, victory and defeat over the past 14,000 years. Step in and step back to the Old West in a life-size Pioneer Town, view one of the Southwest's finest art collections, experience the exciting history of the petroleum industry, and more.

For more information call (806) 651-2244.

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Cadillac Ranch

Amarillo's own "bumper crop" - ten Cadillac's buried nose down in a field at the same angle as the Cheops Pyramid. Cadillac Ranch was one of the world's first roadside sculptures. This is a must see while in Amarillo.

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Texas Panhandle War Memorial

This memorial, located at I-27 and Georgia Street next to the Randall County Annex is a tribute to all the men and women of the Texas Panhandle who answered the call to duty.

Located at 4101 S. Georgia Street Amarillo, TX

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Big Texan Steak Ranch & Microbrewery

Enjoy a restaurant known around the world. Eat the Big Texan's famous 72 oz. steak dinner with all the trimmings (appetizer, salad and potato) in one hour and it's FREE! Almost 95,000 people have tried and more than 8,500 have succeeded. The menu is packed with other taste-tempting grub, from prime Texas beef to buffalo steak, rattlesnake, calf fries and popular chicken-fried steak.The Big Texan Brewery started serving hand crafted beers on June 24, 2011 and is the Texas Panhandle's only hand-crafted brewery.

Ask the staff at Amarillo KOA to set up your FREE shuttle service to and from The Big Texan. The shuttle will pick you up at your site and deliver you back to your door. Now that is what we call Texan Hospitality!!

For more information call 806.372.6000

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Palo Duro Canyon

One of the nation's most magnificent scenic attractions can be enjoyed from the comfort of your vehicle. Travel the same trails used by the Apache, Comanche, buffalo hunters, and early Spanish explorers. The canyon offers riding stables, picnic area, and miles of beautiful hiking and biking trails. Be sure to pack your camera to capture the extraordinary vistas of color and beauty.

Activities subject to seasonal schedules.

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Ride our Banana Peel Bikes for FREE

Kids and adults alike enjoy riding our unique "Fun" Banana Bikes for hours of pleasurable entertainment.

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Route 66 Motor Speedway

A 3/8 mile, high-bank clay oval featuring IMCA Modified, Super Stock and Street Car racing every Saturday night from April through September.

Located in east Amarillo, along Lakeside Rd. (Loop 335) just south of Interstate 40.
Gates open at 6 p.m. and racing starts at 7 p.m.
Grandstand admission is $10 for adults and $8 for seniors 62+.
Children younger than 6 are admitted free with a paying adult.
Pit Pass costs $25.

Amarillo, TX
Phone: 806-383-7223

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Amarillo Entertainment Scenes

  • Polk Street Entertainment District - Nightlife returns to downtown Amarillo in restaurants and club along Polk Street. From honky-tonk to a wine bar. (806) 322.6200
  • Arts in Amarillo - Review the website that covers the entire local arts community.
  • Panhandle Tickets - Go to to regularly check for upcoming shows taking place at the Amarillo Civic Center. 806.378.3096
  • Amarillo Civic Center Complex - This complex plays host to concerts, shows, sporting events and other entertainment options and includes the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts. 806.378.4297
  • Tri-State Fairgrounds - Hosts concerts, equine events, motor sports and the annual Tri-State Fair. 806.376.7767

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Amarillo Professional Sports Teams

Mid-September to April the Amarillo Bulls take to the ice bringing excitement to the Texas Panhandle.The Amarillo Bulls are part of the NAHL, a league featuring top young players aspiring to play collegiate or professional hockey. This league is the backbone for top-flight U. S. Junior Hockey talent. Games take place at the Civic Center Coliseum. For ticket information call (806) 242-1122.

The indoor Amarillo Venom  of the "CIF"  (Champions Indoor Football) league play their home games in the Amarillo Civic Center Coliseum from Mid-March through June. Call (806) 350-7277 for more information.

Amarillo's Professional  Baseball team, the Sod Poodles Double-A minor league team of the San Diego Padres. Their inaugural home opener is set to take place April 8, 2019 against the Double-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, Midland Rockhounds.

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American Quarter Horse Heritage Center & Museum

The American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum showcases the colorful history and modern activities of the world's most popular breed of horse and the people who have played a major role in its history. Changing, one-of-a-kind exhibits are on display year-round. Don't miss the Quarter Horse Outfitters inside the Hall of Fame & Museum for all sorts of items for the horse lover.

Call for more information (806) 376-5181

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Wildcat Bluff Nature Center

Rolling grasslands, threaded with a nature trail on over 600 acres features wildflowers, knee-high grasses and huge cottonwoods. Watch horned toads, birds, and hawk circling overhead - all part of the ecosystem of the Texas Panhandle. This nature center is located 3 miles north of I-40 on Loop 335, just west of Soncy Road. (806) 352-6007

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Amarillo Civic Center

This multi-purpose facility features everything from rodeos to ice shows, concerts to basketball, or Broadway shows to ballet. Check their schedule for special events. (806) 378-4297

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TEXAS Musical Drama

TEXAS Musical Drama is an internationally-acclaimed musical extravaganza performed in a natural amphitheater in majestic Palo Duro Canyon. Now in its 50th season, this delightful musical has been viewed by over 3 million visitors. A 600-foot cliff serves as the backdrop as a cast exceeding more than 60 singers and dancers take you back to the settling of the Texas Panhandle in the 1800's. This family-friendly musical is performed Tuesday through Sunday from June 2, 2015 to August 15th, 2015.

For reservations or more information call (806) 655-2181. Tickets range from $30.95 to $12.95 depending on age and location of seating.

FYI - You do not want seats down in front!!! Choose seats from mid-section on up. These seats will give you the best view of the show. Far-right and Far-left seating will have obstructed views.

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Cal Farley's Boys Ranch

Located 35 miles northwest of Amarillo on US Hwy. 385, this 10,000-acre working ranch for boys and girls include Old Tascosa, Boothill Cemetery, and a museum. The ranch is dedicated to education boys and girls who need a "shirt tail to hang on to". Mr. Cal Farley started Boys Ranch in 1939, as a safe haven for runaways and unwanted children. It was always a place just for boys, until finally in 1992 they decided to open the doors to girls.

Each Labor Day weekend a thrilling rodeo takes place.

Guided tours available 8 am - 5 pm daily.

For further information call (806) 372-2341.

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Historic Sites

Llamo Cemetery - Officially started in 1890 has always been Amarillo's principal burying ground. Most of the prominent pioneer families were laid to rest here.

The Madame Queen - Located in a small park near the center of downtown Amarillo, "Madam Queen" is the only (prototype) 2-10-2 "Texas type" locomotive 5000 especially built for the Plains Division of the Santa Fe Railroad in 1930. The locomotive's name was derived from an imaginary character on the Amos and Andy show.

Polk Street Historic District - Between 15th and 17th streets, in downtown Amarillo, two blocks of Polk Street were developed between 1905 and 1915 and are considered the finest stretch of residential neighborhood. Considered once the most elegant street in the city, this district includes the historic Harrington House, Lee Bivins House, J.D. Shuford House, Dehoney-Masterson House, Shelton-Houghton House, Galbraith House, Eakle House, and Early House.

Texas Panhandle War Memorial - Located at I-27 and Georgia, next to the Randall County Annex, this memorial is a tribute to all the men and women of the Texas Panhandle who answered the call to duty. The War Memorial is unique in that it encompasses all the wars from the Spanish-American War to the present. A history monolith can be found on each, as well as the name tablets of those individuals that were killed or missing in action from the Texas Panhandle.

Potter County Court House - The court house was built in 1932 and restorations were completed in 2014. This award-winning restoration is the centerpiece of several downtown historical structures. The court house is located at 500 S. Fillmore Street. 803.379.2246

Santa Fe Building - The Santa Fe Building is an Amarillo Landmark and is located at 900 S Polk in downtown Amarillo. This building was the regional headquarters of the Santa Fe Railway from the 1930's. The building was recently restored and now houses Potter County offices. 806.342.2602

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Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument

Alibates Flint Quarries is the only national monument located in Texas which highlights ancient flint used by Native Americans for tools and weapons. The quarries are approximately 35 miles northeast of Amarillo near Fritch, Tx.

Experience a unique 1 1/2 mile walking tour led by a park ranger, offering a captivating glimpse into the lives of the High Plains Indians. The contact station boasts clean restrooms, cold drinking water, a film, an exhibit room, comfortable couches and is where all tours originate. The park offers two tours per day, at 10 and at 2, by reservation only. The tours are one mile, have an elevation gain of 170 feet and take two hours. Lake Meredith National Recreation Area is located adjacent to the Flint Quarries. Due to drought conditions, lake levels have dropped very low. Check with office for details.Call (806) 857-3151 to make arrangements for this wonderful experience.

NOTE: This hiking tour is not recommended to visitors with health conditions including heart problems, artificial knees/hips, and breathing problems.

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Pet Friendly K-9 Park

Our very popular Pet Playground is an off leash area which allows your pet room to play and exercise while you relax in our shady seating area.

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Kwahadi Kiva Indian Museum

9151 I-40 East
Amarillo, TX 79118

One of Amarillo's newest attractions, this facility features an extensive museum and a dance performance theater. The building mimics the design of an Indian Pueblo, and the exterior glows a beautiful pink in the sunset. Included is the Thomas Mails collection of Native American culture. Also on display are the fine bronze castings of Tom Knapp, the Cunningham Navajo Rug Collection, the Perry Null Game Animal Exhibit, and the Bob and Sally Jones Indigenous Birds of the Plains display. Summer hours, (June, July and August) are Thursday through Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1-5 pm. Winter hours (Sept. through May) are Saturday & Sunday from 1-5 p.m. Those attending a weekend dance performance will pay $6 for adults and $4 for students. Admission for dance performances also includes the museum.

"Song of the Eagle," the summer dance performance, is scheduled for most Friday and Saturdays night from mid June through early August. The performances continue in the Fall with the annual Indian Summer Ceremonials which begin on the last weekend in September and continue into October. The Winter Night Ceremonials, a collection of the beautiful dances which can be seen in the Pueblo villages of New Mexico and Arizona, begins each year after Christmas. All dance performances begin at 7:30 p.m.

An optional dinner is available before most performances for $7.50 per dinner and reservations are required.

For more information call (806) 335-3175

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Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts

In 2006, the highlight in Amarillo was the grand opening of the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts. The world-class facility features a 1,200-seat auditorium with near perfect acoustics, and a soaring, multi-tiered lobby. It will be home to the Amarillo Opera, Amarillo Symphony, Lone Star Ballet, a variety of special events and concerts.

For more information please call (806) 342-5600

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Amarillo National Center

This 5,000 permanent seat multi-purpose facility is home to rodeos and equestrian events, concerts, agriculture shows, and tractor pulls. The Center is located on the Tri-State Fairgrounds, just a few miles east of downtown near the intersections of 10th & Grand Streets. It is the largest facility in Amarillo for equine and livestock events.

For information on scheduled events call (806) 376-7767.

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Elkins Ranch Jeep Tours

11301 East State Hwy 217
Canyon, TX 79015

Take a fun-filled Jeep Tour of Palo Duro - the nation's second largest canyon. Elkins Ranch is a third generation, working cattle ranch located in one of the nation's most spectacular scenic attractions - Texas' magnificent Palo Duro Canyon.

Come along and discover the natural wonders, geologic diversity, incredible beauty and rich history of this marvel of nature that has attracted people for hundreds of years.

Choose from several exciting tours to fit your budget. Enjoy a slow, gentle exploration in comfortable, customized vehicles equipped for canyon terrain. Your guide will take you on a journey through history and ecology of the area. Hear fascinating folklore, legends and tales of famous lawmen. Venture into a natural habitat where wildlife thrive as you travel exciting and remote terrain.

Reservations Recommended ~ Open Daily (weather permitting) ~ Pets Welcome (on selected tours) ~ Wheelchairs Accommodated ~ Sorry, No Credit Cards ~ Group Rates Available ~ Prices Subject to Change

For more information or reservations, call 806.488.2100

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River Breaks Ranch

7802 Durrett Drive
Amarillo, TX 79124

Come visit the River Breaks Ranch and get a taste of the real cowboy lifestyle. River Breaks Ranch is a family operation that has been in continuous existence for the past 95 years. With just a 10-minute drive from Amarillo, you will ride through our canyon on covered wagons while watching a stampede storm past you. Then join the working cowboys for a real ranch breakfast or dinner.The fun does not end there, at the campsite you will be entertained by horse races and authentic cowboys roping steers. For those of you who are up for just relaxing, ya'll are welcome to come on over and warm by the fire, if that Panhandle breeze gets to you.

  • Breakfast & Dinner is available for groups of 1 to 200
  • We will be happy to accommodate your corporate
    outing or family reunion
  • Don't forget about us for your rehearsals and wedding receptions

Reservations required. 806.374.0357

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Amarillo Livestock Auction & Stockyard Cafe

100 Manhattan
Amarillo, TX 79104

It is one of the largest independent livestock auctions in Texas, selling over 100,000 head of cattle annually. Auctions are held every Monday at 11 am year-round. Rub elbows with Texas cattlemen before the sale starts and experience the excitement of sale day......just don't raise your hand!

Next to the auction arena is the Stockyard Cafe, where visitors as well as hard-working cowboys and business people enjoy a great breakfast or lunch Monday through Saturday and dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. The Stockyard's Cafe is an Amarillo Landmark!! Stockyard Cafe hours open Monday thru Saturday 6 am to 2:30 pm AND Friday and Saturday nights 5 pm to 9:30 pm.

For more information call 806.373.7464

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Palo Duro Riding Stables

Palo Duro Stables at the Palo Duro Canyon is open all year! One of the Canyon's best kept secrets, Palo Duro Stables has been in operation since 1962. Come and ride under old cottonwoods trees; see the spring waters right out of the side of the canyon wall; look at the edge of the canyon where 1,000 year-old Indian remains were found. There are miles of trails for beginner or experienced rider. They cater to both first-time and seasoned riders. Smaller children may ride with a parent or guardian.

Located on Texas Highway 217 just 1/2 mile from the state park entrance, this popular attraction has been used in several movies. The stables are open 10 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday and from 1:00 pm on Sunday, $35 per hour.Please call for more information. 806.488.2799

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Old West Stables

11450 Park Road 5
Canyon, TX 79015

Horses and horse back riding have been a part of Palo Duro Canyon's history since the days of the Apaches, Kiowas, Comanches, and Cheyennes. Though you shouldn't expect your ride to be as daring as some of theirs undoubtedly were, we expect that you'll want to make your own horse back riding history when you visit Palo Duro Canyon and the Old West Stables.

The rental horses are tame and well kept and our horse back riding guides are not just experienced, they're real honest to goodness COWBOYS! You'll never find a more beautiful setting as you ride the canyon floor through the same hills and ravines as such famous individuals as Colonel Ranald MacKenzie of the U.S. Cavalry and Colonel Charles Goodnight, Palo Duro Canyon's first permanent white settler.

The season begins in March of each year during West Texas A&M University's Spring Break Weekend and typically continues through most of Autumn (dependent of weather conditions). We are closed through the winter months. Please call in advance when planning your ride. For more information call 806.488.2180.

Minimum age: 6 years*
Maximum Weight: 250 lbs*
Reservations by telephone ARE Required - 806.488.2180
1 Hour Guided Tour: $35

*No Exceptions, no double riders, other restrictions may apply

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Amarillo Zoo

Amarillo Zoo is a place to share the wonders of the animal world with kids of all ages. 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'll experience the animal world.

The Amarillo Zoo is open every day of the week except for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day, and Martin Luther King Holiday

Hours of Operation:
9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Admission Price:
Adults $4.00 (ages 13 to 61)
Senior $3.00 (ages 62 and over)
Children $2.00 (ages 3-12)
Children under 2 Free
Free admission on Mondays

For more information call 806.381-7911

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Texas Air And Space Museum

10001 Amaerican Drive
Amarillo, TX 79111

Not just for aviation fans! The museum honors Amarillo's and the Texas Panhandle's history of flight. Featured are extensive documents, newspaper articles, exhibits and photos dating back to the beginning of English Field Airport.

Visitors can get close to a Grumman Gulfstream II NASA Shuttle Training Aircraft (flown by astronaut and Amarillo native Rick Husband), a North American P-51 Mustang (on loan), a de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver (on loan), a de Havilland C-7A Caribou and the Beercat-- a locally built biplane-class aircraft flown by Texas Panhandle pilot Bobby Speed at the National Championship Air Races in Reno, NV.

The museum is open Monday through Saturday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Free admission, donations accepted. The museum is located on the grounds of the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport.

10001 American Drive
Amarillo, TX 79111
Phone: 806-335-9159

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Amarillo Museum of Art - AMoA

2200 South Van Buren Street
Amarillo, TX 79109

Permanent and temporary exhibits housed in an Edward Durrell Stone designed three-story museum. Collections includes American Photography, Paintings, Prints, Drawings, and Sculptures; Price Collection of Asian Art; Tibetan Tsakli and Manuscript, and European paintings. Temporary exhibits have included grace Hartigan, Dante Maroni, Jasper Johns, and George Rouault.

Free admission!

Open Tuesday-Friday from 10 am - 5 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm - 5 pm.

For more information call 806.371.5050

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The RV Museum

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 Flexible Bus from the Movie RV, the 1st Itasca motor home ever built. The oldest Fleetwood in existence is on display and many other RV's from the 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's.

The museum is free to the public and is open Monday – Saturday 9-4. Step back in time, reminisce and enjoy the progression of the RV industry from its inception till now.

For more information call 806.358.4891

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Amarillo Botanical Gardens

1400 Streit Drive
Amarillo, TX 79106

Experience the sights, sounds and floral fragrances of the Mary E. Bivins Conservatory; an indoor tropical garden bursting with a collection of unique and exotic plants. Explore four acres of seasonal outdoor themed plantings such as fragrance, butterfly, Japanese and xeric gardens. Don't miss this truly one-of-a-kind oasis of lush landscaped gardens in the middle of the Texas Panhandle. Special events, classes, exhibits and rental facility also available.

Open Tues-Fri 9 am - 5 pm year round.

Weekend hours: April - October: Saturday 9 am - 5 pm.
November - March: Saturday, 1 pm - 5 pm, weather permitting.

Adults $5, Seniors $4, 12 years and younger-free. Guided tours available by appointment.

Located in the Harrington Regional Medical Center.

Call 806.352.6513 for more information.

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Amarillo Railroad Museum

3160 I Avenue
Amarillo, TX 79111

See static display of unique railroad cars, including an actual White Train from the US Dept. of Energy. Also, a large HO display of the Santa Fe Railroad as it passed through the Texas Panhandle from Canadian, TX to Clovis, NM is under construction. Also under development is the Phillip Pratt Memorial Garden Railway.

Located on grounds of the former Amarillo Air Base in northeast Amarillo. From I-40 take Lakeside (Loop 335) north approximately 2 miles and exit onto US Hwy. 60 eastbound. Travel approximately 4 miles and turn south onto I Avenue. The Museum is to the left in a yellow building with a red roof. .

Open Thursday evenings from 7:30-9:30 and the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month from 10 am to 3 pm.

Admission is free and donations are appreciated.

For more information kindly call 806.335.3333

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Polk Street Historic District

Two blocks of Polk St, between 15th and 17th, were developed between 1905 and 1915 and are considered the finest collection of historic residential buildings in the city.

Once the most elegant street in Amarillo, the district includes the Harrington House, Lee Bivins House, JD Shuford House, Doherty-Masterson House, Shelton-Houghton House, Galbraith House, Eakle House and Early House.

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Rock Island Rail Trail

For much of the route, The Rock Island Rail Trail parallels Plains Boulevard. Stretching nearly four miles of improved hike and bike trail between Coulter Street and 7th Avenue at Crockett near downtown Amarillo. The trail follows an old rail route through an older mixed residential and commercial part of the city of Amarillo.

It is ideal for walking, running, biking or exercising a pet. There is not an abundance of shade along the wide paved trail - though there are trees here and there - and you'll find rest areas with picnic tables. The trail is named for the Rock Island Line, the famed railroad that operated along this trail in the early 1900s.


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Lone Star Ballet

The Lone Star Ballet was founded in Amarillo in 1975 by Neil Hess and produces one of the premier Nutcracker Ballets in the State of Texas and beyond. For over 35 years, LSB has become a cultural force in the State of Texas. This community ballet company, located at 3218 Hobbs, presents a season of performances each year, including shows that feature guest companies as well as the local troupe. December sees the annual performance of The Nutcracker

The Lone Star Ballet also hosts a ballet academy.

Call for schedule and ticket price at 806.372.2463

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"Madame Queen"

The only (prototype) 2-10-2 "Texas Type" locomotive 5000, built especially for the Plains Division of the Santa Fe Railroad in 1930. The locomotive's name was derived from an imaginary character on the Amos & Andy show.
Now located at 2nd & Lincoln Sts. in downtown Amarillo, this locomotive was especially built for the Plains Division of the Santa Fe Railroad in 1930 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia, PA. Designed to haul heavy freight at a fast pace, she retired from service in November 1953 after running over 1.75 million miles.

Santa Fe donated the Queen to the City of Amarillo in 1957 and placed her in front of the Santa Fe Depot, where she remained for over 48 years. She was relocated to her current location in 2005 and the move was featured in the Mega Movers series of The History Channel.

Outdoor Display.
No admission charge!

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John Stiff Memorial Dog Park

Southwest 48th & Bell Street
Amarillo, TX 79109

John Stiff Dog Park is conveniently located within the Amarillo city limits at Southwest 48th and Bell Street. Hours of use are 5 am to 12 am.
Here is a list of "some" of the dog park rules. Please refer to the web site for further Dog Park Rules.

  • Dogs must be accompanied by a person at least 16 years of age when inside the enclosure.
  • Dogs must be on a leash until inside the enclosure
  • no more than 3 dogs per person
  • Dogs with a history of aggressive behavior must wear a muzzle
  • Owners are responsible and liable for the actions and behavior of their pets at all times
  • Owners must pick up after their pets
  • Dogs must be properly inoculated, licensed, and not in breeding condition in order to use the facility

For more information please call 806.378.3036

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Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse is a city-wide public art display of 100 fiberglass replicas of an American Quarter Horse. The project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and to promote art in public places.

Each horse is a work of art, prepared by a local artist and and displayed as an eye-catching tribute to an animal so vital to Amarillo's past, present and future. The horses are an exact replica of a full-size Quarter Horse. Amarillo has fallen head or heels for horses.

While driving around the Amarillo area, be on the lookout for these beautiful works of art.

For more information, call 806.372.6744

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Palo Duro Adventure Park & Zip Line

11100 TX Highway 217 East
Canyon, TX 79015

The Palo Duro Adventure Park & Zip Line is the only zip line attraction between Dallas & New Mexico. The park is located outside of Palo Duro Canyon. The zip line crosses Palo Duro Canyon. Special tandem rig lets adults travel with young children. The tandem ride is for riders under 60 lbs.

Open every weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) 10 am to 6 pm (weather permitting)

Walk-ins Welcome!

Fees are $25 per person; $39 to zip 3 times; and $30 for tandem with a child under 60 pounds.

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Tascosa Drive-In

1999 Dumas Drive
Amarillo, TX 79107

Tascosa Drive-In is one of the state's last true drive-in theaters.

Tascosa Drive-In is a cash only business. They are open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The gates open at 7 pm and the 1st movie begins at 7:55 pm. Current admission prices are $8 for Adults; $4 for Kids 10 and under; Kids 4 and under are FREE!

Sunday night is $10 a carload (Limit 6 people per car). Cars must have a TDI bumper sticker on them to egt in for $10. You can get your sticker at the gate during operating hours. Stickers are FREE. If you put the sticker on your car on Sunday night you will get in for $10.

We highly recommend that you check out our Concession Stand and treat yourself to some of the best food for very reasonable prices.

Tascosa Drive-In DOES NOT give rain checks. The rain does not affect the picture. Rain checks are only giving out if the weather prevents the showing of the movie.

Pets are allowed - they enjoy a good movie, too.

You will hear the movie broadcast over a FM radio frequency.

For more information, please call 806.383.3882

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Amarillo Dragway

Looking for some excitement while visiting Amarillo, TX? Amarillo Dragway
brings drag racing thrills back to Amarillo every summer. Located at
12955 S Burlington Road.

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~ ~ ~ 2015 Schedule ~ ~ ~

Sunday, March 15
Track cleanup

Saturday, March 28
First TnT/ Fun and Grudge

Sunday, March 29
First Bracket Race

Saturday, April 11
TnT/Fun and Grudge

Sunday, April 12
Points Race

Saturday, April 25
TnT/Fun and grudge

Sunday, April 26
Points Race

Friday, May 8
TnT/ Fun and Grudge

Saturday, May 9
Points Race

Friday, May 22
Mermorial Day Bracket Bash

Saturday, May 23
Mermorial Day Bracket Bash

Sunday, May 24
Mermorial Day Bracket Bash

Friday, June 19, 2015
TnT/ Fun and Grudge

Saturday, June 20, 2015
Points Race

Friday, July 10, 2015
TnT/ Fun and Grudge

Saturday, July 11, 2015
Shra/ Summit points

Friday, July 24, 2015
TnT/ Fun and Grudge

Saturday, July 25, 2015
Points Race

Friday, August 7, 2015
TnT/ Fun and Grudge

Saturday, August 8, 2015
Points Race

Friday, August 21, 2015
TnT/ Fun and Grudge

Saturday, August 22, 2015
Points Race

Friday, September 11, 2015
IHRA Div 7 Bracket Finals

Saturday, September 12, 2015
IHRA Div 7 Bracket Finals

Sunday, September 13, 2015
IHRA Div 7 Bracket Finals

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Amarillo Golf Courses

Amarillo has several area golf courses that are enjoyable and a sure test for
golfers of all abilities.

Amarillo, TX Golf Courses
Comanche Trail Golf Course, Tomahawk Course
18 holes over 7,180 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal)
4200 S Grand St
Amarillo, TX 79103-6900
(806) 378-4281
7 miles from the center of Amarillo.

Comanche Trail Golf Course, Arrowhead Course
18 holes (Municipal)
4200 S Grand St
Amarillo, TX 79103-6900
(806) 378-4281
7 miles from the center of Amarillo.

Preston West Par 3 Golf Course, Preston West Par 3 Course
18 holes over 2,035 yards with a par of 55 (Public)
9101 S Coulter St
Amarillo, TX 79119-7547
(806) 353-7003
8 miles from the center of Amarillo.

Amarillo Country Club, Amarillo Course
18 holes over 6,465 yards with a par of 70 (Private Equity)
4800 Bushland Blvd
Amarillo, TX 79106-5534
(806) 355-5021
12 miles from the center of Amarillo.

Ross Rogers Municipal Golf Course, Old Course
18 holes over 6,858 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal)
722 NW 24th Ave
Amarillo, TX 79107-3016
(806) 378-3086
12 miles from the center of Amarillo.

Ross Rogers Municipal Golf Course, Wild Horse Course
18 holes (Municipal)
722 NW 24th Ave
Amarillo, TX 79107-3016
(806) 378-3086
12 miles from the center of Amarillo.

Tascosa Country Club, Tascosa Course
18 holes over 6,492 yards with a par of 72 (Private Equity)
2400 N Western St
Amarillo, TX 79124-7842
(806) 374-2351
13 miles from the center of Amarillo.

La Paloma Golf Club, La Paloma Course
18 holes over 6,676 yards with a par of 72 (Private Non-Equity)
4502 Fairway Dr
Amarillo, TX 79124-1749
(806) 342-3051
14 miles from the center of Amarillo.

Palo Duro Creek Golf Club, Palo Duro Creek Course
18 holes over 6,865 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal)
50 Country Club Dr
Canyon, TX 79015-1826
(806) 655-1106
9 miles from the center of Amarillo.

Canyon Country Club, Canyon Course
9 holes over 2,919 yards with a par of 35 (Public)
19501 Chaparral Rd
Canyon, TX 79015-5862
(806) 499-3397
12 miles from the center of Amarillo.

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Shop Till You Drop.......

Amarillo offers a wide variety of shops to check out - from local boutiques to national retail outlets. Want to be a cowgirl or cowboy? You will be able to find custom boots, hats and spurs to off-the-rack jeans and shirts. You will find all of your Western duds right here in Amarillo!!

Amarillo KOA has a very large and unique gift store - unlike your usual campground store. Be sure to check out our store and don't forget to bring in your gift store coupon - good toward gift purchases of $5 or more.

Wolfin Square & Wolfin Village are both located south of I-40 at Georgia Street. The stores at this location are friendly boutique style shopping centers with a wide variety of locally-owned stores.

Georgia Street Mall is located at 34th Ave & S. Georgia Street. This store features a variety of crafts, gifts and specialty items.

Historic Route 66 focuses on antiques and boutiques aimed at motorcyclists and Rt. 66 enthusiasts. The Historic Rt. 66 District is located at Georgia and 6th Street.

Westgate Mall and Soncy Road in west Amarillo are the regional hub for national outlets. Westlake Mall is an indoor mall with a variety of stores - Dillards, JC Penneys, Sears, Bealls, Foot Locker and many, many more.

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