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Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway

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Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway is another one of the must-see attractions in Amarillo for nature and outdoor enthusiasts. This State Park is about 2 hours south of Amarillo. You can visit for a day or reserve a camping spot and stay a few days or longer. This State Park has 90 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. They offer ranger-led programs, including history presentations, park tours, and nature hikes. Every September, they host the Texas State Bison Herd Music Festival in nearby town Quitaque. Caprock Canyons State Park is one of the few places where you can still see Bison roaming. The music festival in September helps them care for and maintain the herd. Wind and water over the eons shaped the rugged beauty of Caprock Canyons State Park in the Panhandle of Texas. Today, bison roam the plains, bats roost in Clarity Tunnel, and you can explore 90 miles of trails. Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway is a Texas state park located along the eastern edge of the Llano Estacado in Briscoe County, Texas, United States, approximately 100 miles (160 km) southeast of Amarillo. The state park opened in 1982 and is 15,314 acres (6,197 ha) in size, making it the third-largest state park in Texas. In 1993, a hiking, biking, and equestrian rail trail opened that stretches through the park through Floyd, Briscoe, and Hall counties. The trailway was created after the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department acquired 64.25 miles (103 km) of right-of-way from the abandoned Fort Worth and Denver Railroad’s lines between Estelline and South Plains. Besides marveling at the bison and bats, you can hike, ride horses or bikes, camp, geocache, or take a scenic drive. Lake Theo offers no-wake boating, fishing and swimming. Bring your group for a picnic. Hiking and mountain-biking. Most of our nearly 90 miles of trails are open for hiking and biking. Trails range from easy (Mesa Trail) to very challenging (Haynes Ridge Overlook Trail). Lengths range from just over 1 mile to 15 miles. Only experienced bikers should ride the more difficult trails. Access the Trailway from the park or trailheads. Take a virtual tour with our Interactive Park Trails and Trailway Map.We allow horses on many of our trails. Only riders with experience should tackle the more challenging trails. These trails have cliffs and drop-offs, and steep climbs and descents. Campsites range from drive up sites with electricity to hike-in primitive sites.. We also have equestrian campsites with corrals. Enjoy swimming, fishing and no-wake boating in the 120-surface-acre Lake Theo. Borrow a fishing pole at headquarters and try your luck! We don’t provide bait, but sometimes have worms for sale.

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