Panhandle Plains Wildlife Trail Updated:10/2018

Enjoy the expansive views available in the northern part of the state, including Amarillo, Lubbock and south to Abilene. Here, get a glimpse of scenic canyons, mesas and river corridors and keep an eye out for coyote, pronghorn antelope, Sandhill Cranes, black-tailed prairie dogs, Burrowing Owls and more in the wide open spaces of Texas.

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Contact Panhandle Plains Wildlife Trail


4200 Smith School Road
Austin, TX  78744
Phone: (512) 389-4800
Toll Free: (800) 792-1112

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Armstrong County, Texas
  • Bailey County, Texas
  • Briscoe County, Texas
  • Carson County, Texas
  • Castro County, Texas
  • Childress County, Texas
  • Cochran County, Texas
  • Collingsworth County, Texas
  • Dallam County, Texas
  • Deaf Smith County, Texas
  • Donley County, Texas
  • Gray County, Texas
  • Hall County, Texas
  • Hansford County, Texas
  • Hartley County, Texas
  • Hemphill County, Texas
  • Hockley County, Texas
  • Hutchinson County, Texas
  • Lamb County, Texas
  • Lipscomb County, Texas
  • Moore County, Texas
  • Ochiltree County, Texas
  • Oldham County, Texas
  • Parmer County, Texas
  • Potter County, Texas
  • Randall County, Texas
  • Roberts County, Texas
  • Sherman County, Texas
  • Swisher County, Texas
  • Terry County, Texas
  • Wheeler County, Texas
  • Yoakum County, Texas
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