Amarillo is a city with a surprising number of parks. For the longest time, it felt like everywhere I went, there was another park. Honestly, our parks are pretty nice for the most part. I've spent a lot of time at several of them.

Here's how you can help one of our best assets in Amarillo, our parks.

Amarillo Is Hosting Another Park Cleanup Day

Recently, the City of Amarillo and the Parks and Recreation Department hosted a cleanup day for some of our city's parks. It was much needed after the flooding we experienced earlier this summer, and the cleanup was for the most part a success.

Now, the City of Amarillo and the Parks and Recreation Department are tackling another one of our city's parks. This time the cleanup up day will be hosted at Southeast Park.

The Cleanup Up Event At Southeast Park, August 5

Heads up. It's coming up quick. As I'm writing this, it kicks off in less than 24 hours.

That's not a lot of time to plan, however, if you were planning on heading to a park tomorrow morning anyways...might as well jump in and help if you can.

The cleanup event kicks off at 9AM.

There is a page you need to visit for more information before you head to the event tomorrow morning. It's also the link you'll need in order to register.

You can find the info at register at this link.

Best RV Parks in Amarillo

If you are a RV traveler then finding the perfect place to stop and stay is important.

Amarillo is a great city to stop in and experience all the great things this city has to offer. Finding the perfect place to park your RV is also important.

Amarillo has a lot of great RV parks some near some of the best fun stops in Amarillo. Others offer a quiet spot to enjoy the peacefulness of the Texas Panhandle.

Here are some of the best RV Parks in Amarillo.

Where the Kids Can Let Off Some Steam - Amarillo Parks

Spring will be arriving and the kiddos need to get outdoors some more.

Luxury Camping Near PDC

Get ready for a luxury cabin close to Palo Duro Canyon. The cabin sits on 6.5 acres. This cabin is known as the Buffalo Lodge.

This cabin sleeps 4, and it is not recommended for kids under 12 years old.

The kitchen is fully equipped

The cabin is equipped with WIFI and a landline.

The cabin is $180 per night but with added cleaning fee and Airbnb service fee the total will be around $359 before tax.

Visit The Hideout-Buffalo Lodge here for more information or to book.

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