The weather is finally cooling down and the leaves are changing. For fall travel, there’s no better place to explore than Amarillo. Take advantage of the cooler weather with these amazing activities. Here’s your quick guide to all things fall in Amarillo.


Fall Fun

Young brown haired girl picking sunflowers at Maxwell's Pumpkin farm

Experience Amarillo’s Annual autumn events and festivals. Whether you’re enjoying a rodeo or immersing yourself in Amarillo’s Mural scene, you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy.


Other Events You Can't-Miss:

  • Eli Young Band - Starlight Ranch Event Center - September 16
  • Flatland Cavalry - Starlight Ranch Event Center - September 23
  • The Book of the Mormon - Amarillo Civic Center - September 26
  • Amarillo Oktoberfest - Starlight Ranch Event Center - October 7
  • Amarillo Margarita & Taco Festival - October 14
  • Beauty & The Beast - Amarillo Civic Center - October 14
  • Cottonwood Faire 2023 - Thompson Memorial Park - October 28


Save the Date

For some travelers, signs of fall are foliage, apple cider, and pumpkin pie. But there are those who love a good thrill; get spooked at the Amarillo Scaregrounds! Love art and music? Pencil in a trip to Amarillo for the annual Hoodoo Mural Festival where world-class muralists and musicians meet. Or catch the biggest rodeo of the year, the World Championship Ranch Rodeo. 


Photo of a route 66 shield with the logo Amarillo Scargrounds inside

Amarillo Scaregrounds

Brave five heart-pounding attractions, all at one great location! There's Insanitarium, Terror, The Basement, Blackout Maze, and Zombie Apocalypse. MORE


Photo of large audience in downtown amarillo with a mural featuring a man wearing a white shirt riding a brown horse and stage with purple lights

Hoodoo Mural Festival

Get your tickets today! Musical artists include LP Giobbi, Kalen Ellis, Giacomo Turra, and more. MORE


Man in a brown cowboy hat wearing a blue shirt on a brown horse roping a black cow

The WRCA 28th World Championship Ranch Rodeo

Watch real working ranch cowboys compete at the Amarillo Civic Center MORE