Other Dog Activities in Amarillo, TX

There are 5 other dog friendly attractions in Amarillo. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Amarillo.

Pet Friendly Cadillac Ranch
Cadillac Ranch Road tripping through Texas with Fido? Stop at Cadillac Ranch just outside of Amarillo for a unique photo opportunity. Cadillac Ranch is a dog-friendly, one-of-a-kind public art installation accessible from the I-40 Frontage Road. See Details
Pet Friendly TA Amarillo
TA Amarillo This gas station has a Popeyes, Burger King, Pizza Hut Express, Country Store, and a Travel Store. This location also has a dedicated area for pets that need some exercise or a rest break. Waste bags and trash receptacles are also available for easy cleanup. TA and Petro Travel Stores also carry a variety of pet care product. See Details
Leaning Water Tower Leaning Water Tower is pet-friendly. Bring your pooch for a picture near this Route 66 oddity. Although there are many rumors about the tower, it was actually given the lean as an advertising stunt for a nearby truck stop. See Details
Toot'n Totum This gas station/convenience store has a pet relief area. See Details
Petro Amarillo This gas station has a full-service restaurant open 24 hours, O'Deli's, and a Travel Store. This location also has a dedicated area for pets that need some exercise or a rest break. Waste bags and trash receptacles are also available for easy cleanup. TA and Petro Travel Stores also carry a variety of pet care product. See Details
Palo Duro Creek Ranch Palo Duro Creek Ranch (previously Elkins Ranch) in Canyon, TX, is a dog-friendly, working cattle ranch in the Texas panhandle. You can marvel at the spectacular desert vistas, or reserve a jeep tour to explore the scenic canyons. Dogs of any size are allowed on the one- or two-hour tours, which are offered daily. Pups ride for free. See Details
Tex Randall This pet-friendly roadside attraction is a popular stop on road trips through Texas. This 47-foot-tall, seven-ton slouching cowboy was built of cement and steel by William "Harry" Wheeler, a high school shop teacher, for Wheeler's Western Store on US 60. See Details