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About Amarillo

Amarillo RV parks and campgrounds are located within the city and in every direction heading out of town. This is the Texas Panhandle — flat, grassy open country.


Perhaps the most iconic landmark around Amarillo is the Cadillac Ranch, where the art collective Ant Farm planted a garden of Caddys in the middle of the wide open prairie. Since 1974, folks have been visiting and adding their marks to the cars with paint, making this a an ongoing collaborative work. The Amarillo Museum of Art has more conventional and Asian works of art, Amarillo is also home to the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum and the Don Harrington Discovery Center — a great point of interest for kids.


The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum and Palo Duro Canyon are popular day trips from Amarillo, and the area has some of the best camping in North Texas. Palo Duro Canyon State Park is home to the Texas Grand Canyon, where multicolored rock walls extend more than 800 feet from the valley below.