Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Amarillo, Texas?
Become a Cowboy for the day at the Elkins Ranch or immerse yourself in foliage at the Amarillo Botanical Gardens.
Amarillo, Texas lies in the West Texas region, specifically within Potter County. Amarillo is so named because both Amarillo Lake and Amarillo Creek
contain yellow soil. During 1541, Francisco Coronado ventured throughout Amarillo, Texas. However, the town was not officially established until 1887. In 1918, this marked the growth of the Texas oil and natural gas industries.
Your charter bus will see lots of evidence of that today in the landscape with the old oil derricks that dot the landscape here and there.
There are a number of fun events for your charter bus group to take in. The Best of Texas, Cowboy Morning & Cowboy Evening, Funfest, the Annual Tri-State Fair, Coors Ranch Rodeo, Old West Days & Ranch Riders Rodeo and special events at the Amarillo Civic Center. Everyone on your charter bus can become a cowboy for a day.
Just a few minutes from downtown Amarillo, is a place for your charter bus group to step out of the daily routine and imagine a different time. It is called Amarillo Botanical Gardens. More than 600 acres of rolling grasslands are threaded with nature trails offering a sense of isolation and tranquility. Discover delicate wild flowers amidst knee-high grasses, huge cotton woods, and a magnificent bluff. Slow down your charter bus enough to spot a horned lizard cross the trail, a hawk circling overhead, or a quail's nest hidden beneath a bush. Picture the native people who camped here for centuries before settlers came through on their westward trek. Make sure you have your camera ready, everybody on board the charter bus will want to take some pictures at this stop.
Everyone, on the charter bus, will find something interesting about the Cinemark Hollywood 16 and the UA Amarillo Star Stadium 14, stop in and check out a flick. Plus, Amarillo offers a Midnight Rodeo, the Amarillo Opera, the Amarillo Symphony, the Amarillo Gunfighters, Amarillo Little Theater and the Kawahidi Indian Dancers. Others delight in the Lone Star Ballet or Taste of the Arts.
Also, your charter bus group will enjoy the sights at the Don Harrington Discovery Center, Storyland Zoo, Wonderland Park and Elkins Ranch. So much to do, so little time!
You and your charter bus gang have been waiting for this: Golf. Take an adventure through Comanche Trail Golf Course. This will be one round of golf
your charter bus pals will never forget. Beautiful greens with some of the most picturesque scenery in Texas. Even if you're sitting out this golf game in the clubhouse,you will love the beauty in this course.
There is lots of shopping to be done and Amarillo is the place to do it. From souvenirs to antiques, your charter bus group will find everything needed in downtown Amarillo.
Interested in some good food? Among Amarillo, the favorite dining venues are Big Texan Steak Ranch, Cattle Call Restaurant, Country Barn, Italian Delights, La Fiesta Mexican Food Restaurant, Macaroni Joe’s Pasta House, Oyster Bar, Restaurant Los Insurgentes or The King and I. All are superb places to unwind and feast with your charter bus gang.
So get packed, grab your cameras, and get ready for a fun time on the charter bus to Amarillo.