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Amarillo is at the northwest corner of Texas. It is the largest city in the "panhandle" region. If you are traveling on I-40, Amarillo is the largest city within 200 miles in both directions, between Albuquerque, New Mexico and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. There are many hotels along I-40, making Amarillo an ideal stop for travelers.

The Palo Duro Canyon State Park, about 40 miles south of Amarillo, is a very popular destination. A 2-mile hike leads you to the famous Lighthouse rock formation. "Texas", an outdoor musical drama, is performed in the park every summer.

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