The impressive Canyon Gallery and Visitor Center is perched on the canyon rim near the park entrance and offers stunning views of the canyon from its large windows.
The center has a small museum that has exhibits of fossils and bones of wildlife, photographs, and other historical artifacts.
Inside the park visitor as well as in the museums in the panhandle area, you will find references to the Battle of the Palo Duro Canyon.
The Canyon Gallery also has a big gift shop area. This is the perfect place to shop for unique items.
This is one of our favorite Texas state parks when it comes to hiking. The park has over 30 miles of hiking trails.