An Oasis in the Texas Panhandle
Amarillo, Texas, is a Route 66 destination with an abundance of things to see and do. They say that if you wear out a pair of boots here, you’ll never want to leave. The official Route 66 Historic District in Amarillo is located on 6th Ave., between Georgia & Western Streets. Visitors will find over a mile of art galleries, antique shops, collectible stores, craft and specialty shops, along with fantastic restaurants and bars.
Things to Do Nearby
The iconic Cadillac Ranch is just five minutes from the Oasis RV Resort with ten Cadillacs buried nose down. Created by a handful of art hippies from San Francisco in 1974, this is one of the most famous stops along the historic Route 66. Stop for a great photo op!
Take a trip back in time at the Jack Sisemore RV Museum. Vintage RVs have been restored and displayed for your appreciation. Also featured are several Harley Davidson motorcycles and an old service station. This is a must-see museum and is free of charge.
Discover epic views at Palo Duro Canyon, the second-largest canyon in the United States. Whether you want to go horseback riding, hiking, camping, biking, ride the zip-line or just enjoy Texas’ beauty, Palo Duro Canyon is about a half-hour drive south from Amarillo under a big West Texas sky.
The Oasis RV Park has 188 sites with paved roads and level concrete pads, and easy access off I-40 at exit 60. Amenities include full hookups, a heated outdoor pool, 2 spas with one adult-only, clubhouse, pizza café, gift shop, exercise room, 4 laundry facilities, free cable TV and free high-speed WiFi. #1 rated RV Park by rvlife.com and Top-Rated with Good Sam. Come see us in Amarillo, and we’ll keep you busy enough to wear out those boots.
Oasis RV Park
2715 Arnot Road
Amarillo, TX 79124