The Hudspeth House Bed & Breakfast is the ideal destination for a West Texas getaway. Located in Canyon, Texas, we are proud to be recognized as a Texas Main Street City. We are 20 miles south of Amarillo and only 15 minutes away from beautiful Palo Duro Canyon State Park. The inn is within walking distance to West Texas A & M University, Panhandle Plains Historical Museum and the historic town square with an array of unique shopping.
Listed below are some of the area attractions and activities you may enjoy during your stay with us:
Palo Duro Canyon
The 2nd largest canyon in the United States, but just as majestic and much more accessible. The Canyon offers hiking trails, horseback riding, bike trails, camping and picnic areas.
TEXAS Musical Drama
A cast of more than 60 actors, singers and dancers perform each summer in Palo Duro’s outdoor Amphitheatre.
Panhandle Plains Historical Museum
Explore more than 500 million years of history under one roof at Texas’ largest history museum.
West Texas A&M University
This campus which is home to more than 7,000 students opened in 1910 and is the northernmost senior institution of higher learning in Texas.
Palo Duro Canyon ZipLine Adventure Park
Enjoy an amazing view of the Canyon on this quarter of a mile zipline designed for all ages. For the more adventurous outdoors person, try the half day rappelling experience.
Offering Jeep Tours in Palo Duro Canyon.
Experience the old west with a horseback riding adventure…Old West Stables (806-488-2180) or Palo Duro Stables (806-488-2799)
Palo Duro Creek Golf Club offers 18 holes (806-655-1106)
Canyon Country Club offers 9 holes (806-499-3397)
While strolling around town, you’ll find shops filled with antiques, home décor, kitchen accessories, monogram gifts, ladies apparel, baby attire and more.
Local restaurants will temp your tastebuds with everything from BBQ, American, Thai/Chinese and Mexican to ice cream and soda
We encourage you to visit the Canyon Chamber of Commerce
online at www.canyonchamber.org or stop by their office on
the square while you’re here.