Conveniently located! Ten minutes to Amarillo, Canyon Square, and the Palo Duro Canyon State Park entrance with hiking, biking, horseback riding, and zip-lining. Peaceful country.
This is not a luxury accommodation. It is a step up from camping or RV. All animals must be accompanied by their owner and on a leash at all times when outside.
If you enjoy rustic appeal in a beautiful area away from wifi and noise, this is it!
Only preauthorized paying guests allowed on the property at any time.
Dishes, utensils, towels, soap, 2 Air conditioners, hot water heater, mini-fridges, toasters, king-size bed, twin bunk bed, above in loft there’s a double bed, washer, working plumbing, toilet, warm water and showers, sunset chairs with a park picnic table and newly built front porch (not pictured).
At Palo Duro Canyon (PDC) State Park, there’s hiking, horseback riding, biking and breakfast served on the rim of the canyon. The Palo Duro Zip-Lining Adventure park (on your right as you head to PDC) has a zip-line that goes out to a 350 foot suspension bridge over the canyon and a short bus jeep beep! The ‘TEXAS’ musical drama tells the tale of Texas history.
By West Texas A&M, the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum is the largest history museum in the state of Texas. Canyon Square offers shopping, dining and golfing, and on Saturday mornings, there’s a farmers market in front of the Coffee Palace, the most popular place in Canyon to get a coffee. Beside it, there’s the Imperial Taproom, the most popular evening dinner location that also serves a weekend brunch. On Monday’s and most days, I recommend Canyon square’s fifth ave, Barrel & Pie.
If you enjoy local diners, KJ’s serves breakfast starting at 6am everyday except Saturday(7am). Canyon Chamber says Canyon has twenty-four Texas Historical Sites. Enjoy an authentic plains cowboy Chuck Wagon Breakfast on the Los Cedros Ranch with the option after, of horseback riding with Cowgirls and Cowboys in the West.
The lighthouse trail is the most well-known of the hiking trails in the State park. It’s also has the sight that Canyon is most known for. If you call ahead to the park, depending on your group size, they can arrange a tour for you or may already have one scheduled to go out.
If you pass through Amarillo, the 1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza located on Western St near I-40 is a great place for fresh fast food made before your eyes & fired in a handmade brick rotating oven. Perfect place to catch up with friends over pizza & a soda fountain drink/beer. 575 Pizzeria owns 1000 Degrees and 575 has been #1 on Urban Spoon for Pizza in the whole country. If you want a large wine selection, the local dinner location to go-to is Macaroni Joes. And for a 10:30am Saturday Brunch, few places around top The Public House in Ambiance. There’s the legendary 72oz free steak at the Big Texan (I-40, East edge of Amarillo by Airport) if you finish it in under 1 hour with sides and also there, a free (with ID) birthday meal of Prime Rib and sides. The Big Texan serves brunch, too, with a made to order omelette bar.
Millionaire Stanley Marsh III, paid folks to put up fake traffic signs throughout Amarillo and also lent a hand to the tourist magnet The Cadillac Ranch (I-40 West edge of Amarillo). The Texas Air & Space museum at the Amarillo Airport opens 10a-4p on days other than Sunday. If you have children, you may want to visit the Don Harrington Discovery Center, a children’s museum. In Canyon this summer, try the lazy river at the Canyon Aqua Center (The CAP).
For all the odds & ends, 6 miles to Canyon Walmart.
I will do everything I can to provide excellent service and a wonderful stay.