Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Texas

A fantastic scenic attraction - enjoy extraordinary vistas of color and beauty from the comfort of your automobile. Travel the same trails used by Native Americans, early Spanish explorers, buffalo hunters and pioneers. The park occupies over 25,000 acres and offers camping, cabins, riding stables, picnicking, and miles of hiking, mountain bike and horse trails.

The outdoor epic TEXAS runs every summer in the park's Pioneer Amphitheater.

Located 25 miles southeast of Amarillo at the end of State Highway 217. Daily entrance fees apply, camping and cabins extra. Open year round.

Camping and cabin reservations:

806-488-2227 (same day reservations)

512-389-8900 (more than 1 day in advance)

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"A little way off Route 66 but a MUST visit and stay. RVs and camping, clean amenities, STUNNING scenery and performances to see in a natural amphitheatre at certain times of the year. Also horse riding and wagon rides."

Kindly recommended by Bev Dungate, UK

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