What is special about The Canyons?

  • The lots have a view of the Palo Duro Canyon.
  • Half of the lots are in the equestrian section. There are acres of equestrian trails to ride, many of them in the breaks of the canyon.
  • Underground utilities are part of the plan to preserve the natural beauty of the surroundings. These utilities include electricity, natural gas, and telephone.
  • The Canyons lies in the Canyon Independent School District. Bus service to schools is available.
  • There are no city taxes.
  • There are more than 300 acres of trails for horseback riding, bicycle riding and hiking in the 1700
    acre project.
  • The development is a private development with private, paved asphalt roads. There is a security gate with controlled access.
  • Wildlife is abundant including deer. Bird watchers will be excited about the number of birds present.
  • Quietude is important and one can 'get back to nature’ in The Canyons. One can erase the deadlines and stresses of the hectic life by returning to The Canyons near the end of the day.
  • The Canyons is only 17 minutes from Amarillo or 10 minutes from Canyon.
  • Breathtaking sunrises and sunsets are an everyday occurrence.
  • Deed restrictions insure that The Canyons will retain that natural beauty and quietness that make it so attractive in today’s world.
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