We enjoyed Amarillo so much that Michael commented how he wished we would have had more time. Although a small city, there is a fair amount of things to do. We did get to the two main things we wanted to do: Cadillac Ranch and Palo Duro Canyon.
We stayed at Oasis RV Park, and we would give the park 4 out of 5 stars. The park was well paved, and the spots were very level, which ended up being a blessing because our leveling jacks stopped working again. We think we blew a fuse, but we just don’t know which one. We will have Camping World take a look at it someday. The high-speed wifi wasn’t really high speed, mainly because their wifi mesh wasn’t very good. Our spot just wasn’t able to get a good signal, even with us boosting the signal.
We visited Cadillac Ranch, which is maybe 3 or 4 miles away from the RV park. If you want fewer people, we recommend visiting towards the evening. We were glad to stop by, and I feel like it is necessary because it’s so iconic. We got some great photos that we can’t wait to share!
We also made it over to Palo Duro Canyon, which isn’t as grand as the Grand Canyon, but it was beautiful, and there are many great places to take photo shoots of yourself or your car… we did both! Pictures to come soon on the blog. Palo Duro Canyon has several trails, so get there early in the day or spend a weekend in Amarillo. There is also a small museum filled with artifacts and of course plenty of things to buy. They even have a small heard of Texas Longhorns... which is another thing you need to see when you visit Texas. Who can resist them with names like Biscuits and Gravy?
Overall, we enjoyed our time there and would love to come back!