As the second-largest canyon in the country, Palo Duro Canyon is a breathtakingly beautiful natural landmark and an absolute must-see when visiting the Texas Panhandle. Go for a scenic drive, choose between a variety of different hiking trails, or even book a horseback ride through the canyon!
Stop by Cadillac Ranch and get a glimpse of this iconic Amarillo roadside attraction! Cadillac Ranch is a longstanding public art installation featuring ten upturned Cadillacs buried in the ground alongside the old Route 66. Visitors (and spray paint) are always welcome!
Located in the heart of downtown Amarillo, Hodgetown Stadium is a state-of-the-art new ballpark home to the Amarillo Sod Poodles, Amarillo's Double-A Affiliate Baseball Team! If you're moseying into town early and in the mood for some peanuts and Cracker Jacks between Wedding weekend festivities, check out their home game schedule and go cheer on the Soddies!
Get your kicks on Amarillo's Historic Route 66! With over a mile of historic restaurants, bars, art galleries and antique stores, this fun little strip of history is worth passing through on your way out of town (Located on Sixth Ave between Georgia & Western St.)!