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Place Category: Campground of the Week
Amarillo Ranch RV Park offers up camping with Texas flair. Whether you are passing through Amarillo on a Route 66 road trip, as our correspondent Kate Dunbar did, or enjoying an extended stay in the area, this park is a comfortable and convenient choice.
CAMPGROUND DETAILS FOR AMARILLO RANCH RV PARK
Amarillo Ranch RV Park offers approximately 150 sites. Pull-thru sites are generous enough for even the largest rigs, with back-in sites available as well. Expect to pay $39.00 per night, plus tax. Several discounts are offered.
Small shade trees offer some protection from the sun. Every site has full hookups, with your choice of 30 or 50 amp electric. The sites are gravel, but everything is well maintained.
You’ll given a big Texas welcome in the office, which is staffed with exceptionally friendly people. Free coffee and pastries are offered each morning, giving you even more of a reason to visit.
CAMPGROUND AMENITIES FOR AMARILLO RANCH RV PARK
Amarillo Ranch RV Park has several amenities to make your stay even more enjoyable. The park recently renovated the indoor pool, which offers a break from the Texas heat. Adults can relax in the sauna or with a dip in the adults-only Jacuzzi.
The clubhouse also offers a comfort station, with private shower rooms and clean facilities.
The kids and dogs can work their energy out at the playground and the dog park. Visitors can also make themselves at home on the patio, which offers barbecue grills.
REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS FOR AMARILLO RANCH RV PARK
They say everything is bigger in Texas, and the Big Texan Steak Ranch offers up a Texas-sized 72-ounce steak for FREE. The catch? You have to eat it all (and the side entrees) within one hour. A complimentary shuttle can take you to the restaurant from the park.
One of Amarillo’s most famous and most unique attractions is the Cadillac Ranch. Bring your own spray paint, and make your mark on this Route 66 classic.
Nearby, you’ll also find the beautiful Palo Duro Canyon, Panhandle Plains Museum, Jack Sisemore Traveland RV Museum, and the American Quarter Horse Museum.