From the bloggers at KOA.
A road trip through the Lone Star State is an eclectic adventure not to be missed. Discover 10 stops to see it all!
Some people mistakenly dismiss Texas as merely 268,000 square miles of desolate plains and dusty tumbleweeds. But actually, Texas offers diverse regions and eclectic destinations. So how about a tour that combines two Lone Star State icons—the Texas two-step and the ten-gallon hat—into something we’ll call the Texas Ten-Stop.
Stop 1: Amarillo KOA. Countless roadside billboards along I-40 point you to the Big Texan Steak Ranch, famous for its 72-ounce steak, which is free if you can possibly finish it in an hour. Thirteen miles west is the public art installation known as Cadillac Ranch, a collection of graffiti-covered Cadillacs, half-buried, nose-first, all leaning in the same direction. You can contribute your own graffiti, but it’s sure not to last long. If you prefer scenery to silliness, Lake Meredith National Recreation Area is a High Plains oasis about 30 miles north of the city.
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