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When you are planning to go RV camping in Potter County, Texas, you’ll need a place to make your temporary home and you will want to look at the Amarillo Best Wonderland RV Resort. The resort features a pavilion, a picnic area, a recreation hall, a playground, horseshoe pits, and a park store with convenience items and RV supplies. It is near the Wonderland Amusement Park, which offers classic family rides, rollercoasters and thrill rides, water rides, games of skill, and more.
The campsites at Amarillo Best Wonderland RV Resort include full hookups and picnic tables. Service is 30 or 50 amp. Some sites are shaded. Resort amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and WiFi. The resort is family-friendly.
You’ll be able to marvel at the second-largest canyon in the country when you take your Amarillo rental motorhome to the Palo Duro Canyon State Park. The park also features over 30 miles of multi-use trails and an interactive trail map. Other recreational opportunities include hiking, biking, horseback riding, geocaching, bird watching, and nature study. The visitor center offers exhibits, information, and other amenities. There are a trading post store and snack bar on the canyon floor and a park store with books, souvenirs, pottery, jewelry, and more. Ranger-led programs include driving tours, hikes, stargazing, and frontier history. The TEXAS Outdoor Musical is performed in the outdoor amphitheater in season.
And you can also explore the Rita Blanca National Grasslands when you camp in an RV near Amarillo. The grasslands consist of small parcels amongst privately-owned tracts of land. The area was once home to Native American tribes, buffalo, and other wildlife. Pronghorn, rabbits, prairie dogs, coyotes, and predatory birds still live here. The area contains many paleontological, prehistoric, and historic cultural sites. A two-mile section of the Santa Fe trail runs through the grasslands. Other recreational opportunities include hiking, hunting, picnicking, bird watching, and nature study.
Pack up the Amarillo camper rental and head out on the open roads of Texas to Lincoln National Forest. The forest covers over one million acres, and you can get to know it better during your visit. Topography, environments, and native flora and fauna are quite diverse throughout the forest. Unique places in the forest include the Mexican Canyon Trestle, the Bridal Veil Falls Trail, the National Recreation Dog Canyon Trail, and the Capitan Mountains Wilderness Area. There are interpretive sites at the Nelson Canyon Vista and the Trestle Vista Observation Site. The Sunspot Solar Observatory features a visitor center. Outdoor recreational activities include caving, hiking, biking, hunting, snow sports, geocaching and letterboxing, and picnicking. Ranger programs are offered.
Don’t miss the chance to learn and explore the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site when you rent a camper near the Amarillo Best Wonderland RV Resort. This National Park Service property is considered hallowed ground and a place for remembrance and reflection. The visitor center offers an introductory movie, interactive exhibits, a museum, and a book and gift store. The visitor center building itself incorporates significant aspects of Cheyenne society. There are also self-guided interpretive trails (the Washita Battlefield Park Trail and the Dust and Fire Trail), an overlook tower, and a native garden. Ranger-led programs for all ages are offered throughout the year.
Besides the Wonderland Amusement Park near your campsite at the Amarillo Best Wonderland RV Resort, there are plenty of other great things to see and do right in Amarillo. You definitely won’t want to miss the Jack Sizemore Traveland RV Museum. Some of the other highlights include the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, the Cadillac Ranch, the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Amarillo Botanical Gardens. Special events that take place in and around the area every year include the Good Times Celebration Barbecue Cook-Off, the National Day of the Cowboy, the Yellow City Sounds Music Festival, the Tri-State Fair and Rodeo, and the First Friday Art Walks. Be sure to visit the Amarillo Convention and Visitor Council, Tour Texas, and the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce for the latest in local news, happenings, events, and visitor information.
When you decide to head out of the RV campground to check out the taste of the town, you’ll have your choice of country-style home cooking, authentic barbecue, ethnic eateries, and familiar fast-casual chains. And if you need to top off your tank too, you can stop at any of the area service stations, truck stops, or convenience stores for either gasoline or diesel fuel.