5 Summer Spots to Take Your Toyota Sequoia in Amarillo, TX

April 13th, 2017 by

2017 Toyota Sequoia pulling a camper

Warm weather, cool places, and a Toyota Sequoia. It’s all the ingredients you need to spend your summer in Amarillo, TX.

The Sequoia is built for summer roadtrips. Seating is available for up to eight, so there’s plenty of room to bring the whole gang. And the 120 cubic feet of cargo room provides plenty of options thanks to flat-folding second- and third-row seats.

This SUV also comes standard with a roof rack with crossbars to stash summertime toys like canoes, kayaks, sleeping bags, bikes and more.

Can’t fit it up top? No problem. The Sequoia can tow up to 7,400 pounds so just hook up your boat, trailer, or other vehicles to the back and let the 381-horsepower and 4-wheel drive capability take care of the rest.

Where to Take Your Toyota Sequoia in Amarillo

Without further adieu, here are five cool places in the Amarillo area to take your Sequoia this summer.

Route 66-Sixth Street Historic District  

Thirteen blocks of the famous Route 66 run right through Amarillo’s central business district. The area is a hub of nightlife, shopping, dining, and antique stores featuring Art Deco, Art Moderne and Spanish Revival design and there are a number of festivals held there each summer.

Wonderland Amusement Park

Pack your friends into your Sequoia and visit Wonderland Amusement Park and ride the Texas Tornado, Drop of Fear, Cyclone, and other rides under the summer stars.

Know someone else with a Sequoia? Discounts are available for groups of 15 or more.

Amarillo KOA

Summer means camping and the Amarillo KOA is the perfect place to pitch a tent, hook up an RV, or rent a cabin. Load up the Sequoia with all your gear and take a dip in the pool, go for a haywagon ride, and roast some marshmallows around the campfire.  

Wildcat Bluff Nature Center

Just outside of downtown Amarillo you’ll find 600 acres of grasslands and nature trails featuring wildflowers, cottonwoods, wildlife (including bobcats), and a stunning bluff. The Wildcat Bluff Nature Center is the perfect place to take your Toyota Sequoia to reconnect with nature.

Palo Duro Canyon State Park

If you’re up for a little summer road trip, load up your Sequoia and head about 25 miles south of Amarillo to Palo Duro Canyon State Park. The second-largest canyon in the country is a great place for camping, hiking, nature watching, geocaching, biking, and more.

Start Your Summer at Street Toyota

Before embarking on that summer road trip, stop by Street Toyota on Soncy Road in Amarillo. You can schedule a tuneup with our service department or get the parts or accessories you need for your trip.
Don’t let summer slip you by. Slip into your Toyota Sequoia instead.

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