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Wildcat Bluff Nature Center, Amarillo

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A non-profit membership organization for the purpose of understanding the native flora, fauna and land on the Texas High Plains Region. The organization is supported by membership and visitors fees and donations.
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Where to stay in Amarillo

Homestyle and boutique bed and breakfasts offer Texas hospitality near the downtown area. Chain hotels downtown fill up fast in the weeks prior to the rodeo, so book early to secure your desired room. Some of these hotels offer luxury suites and extra services, such as spas. Another popular option is camping in the desert to get a taste of the cowboy life.
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  • Thoroughly enjoyed the hiking trails. Starting out as scrub brush transitioning to rolling prairie and the bluffs. Good to see a working windmill. There were some school groups getting nice informativ...  more »
  • There is literally nothing here. It's a waste of time. You can see better nature, and plants in Palo Duro Canyon, or anywhere in the country. On my visit the employee were arguing with one another. Su...  more »
  • If you love to learn about the wild side of nature, you'll enjoy this little park. It was free last time I visited, just walked on the trail and explored with some friends. Definitely will br back if ...  more »
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  • I had never been to Wildcat Bluff before and I didn't know what to expect, but I was very pleasantly surprised! We will definitely come back soon. I can't wait to hike the longer trails, but even with my 2 year old in tow, there was plenty to see and do. She played in the HUGE sand pit for over an hour and would have stayed longer. There is quite a bit of concrete sidewalks to walk on, plus the regular hiking trails. Well worth the low admission cost.
  • I was visiting a friend for a few days and this was my first trip to Amarillo. We hiked a couple of the trails and explored for about three hours. The wildlife and veggetation was really something to see! After our hike we took pictures of some of the flowers and played with the interactive sundial and stone maze! We had a great time! It was just something nice to do outdoors in addition to seeing the canyon.
  • These are extraordinary people....they took in the dove I found and will rehabilitate. I love this place!!!