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146 apartments for rent near Amarillo, TX

Apartments in Amarillo, TX

From $1,050
1 Bed
Short-Term
Indian Trail Apartments
Amarillo, TX 79109
$499 - $750
1 - 2 Beds
Belwood
Amarillo, TX 79109
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1 - 2 Beds
Wellington Manor
Amarillo, TX 79102
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1 - 3 Beds
Willow Glen
Amarillo, TX 79106
$530 - $795
1 - 2 Beds
Ridgecrest Apartments
Amarillo, TX 79109
$525 - $865
1 - 3 Beds
Amarillo Corporate Apts.
Amarillo, TX 79102
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1 Bed
Mariposa Apartment Homes
Amarillo, TX 79107
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1 - 2 Beds
55+, Income Restricted
Merriwood Village
Amarillo, TX 79109
$640 - $760
1 - 2 Beds
Candlewyck Plaza
Amarillo, TX 79109
$550 - $650
1 - 2 Beds
Georgia Villas
Amarillo, TX 79110
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1 - 3 Beds
Quail Creek
Amarillo, TX 79124
$565 - $950
1 - 2 Beds
Greentree Village
Amarillo, TX 79108
$649 - $863
1 - 3 Beds
$725 - $1,250
1 - 3 Beds
Peppertree
Amarillo, TX 79109
$450 - $565
1 - 2 Beds
River Falls
Amarillo, TX 79106
$455 - $550
1 - 2 Beds
The Remington
Amarillo, TX 79119
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1 - 3 Beds
Short-Term
The Park At Coulter
Amarillo, TX 79119
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1 - 2 Beds
Courtyard Apts
Amarillo, TX 79109
From $460
1 Bed
Palo Duro Place Apartments
Amarillo, TX 79102
$475 - $750
1 - 3 Beds
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Guide to Amarillo

Amarillo Apartments For Rent

Ruggedly beautiful and awash in shades of orange and yellow, Amarillo has been beckoning to hardy explorers and settlers since the 1540s, when it was first explored by Francisco Coronado. Located in the Texas panhandle, Amarillo still has echoes of old Texas, but this blends nicely with the industry and manufacturing that drives Amarillo’s economy.

Getting to this yellow Texas rose is easy – just take the popular and well-traveled I-40. Once there, you will be surrounded by heavy industry – such as petrochemicals – and old-fashioned working ranches that dot the landscape. Deep in the heart of Texas, Amarillo is where the traditional cowboy still thrives.

This is truly cattle country – Amarillo is even the headquarters for the Texas Cattle Feeders Association and provides nearly one quarter of the beef in America. But Amarillo isn’t just about the beef – this is a great city with plenty to do. It is a city that provides great shopping and an exciting live-work-play environment. There are 56 parks in the city! There’s sure to be a park that fits your lifestyle and interests. Amarillo apartments have a lot to offer and it is about that time for you to make the move.

Things to Do in Amarillo:

The kids will have a ball in the summer! They will splash away at the Splash Amarillo Waterpark! This Amarillo waterpark features 14,000 square feet of fun – a wave pool, a lazy river, six water slides, a kids’ pool, and a kids’ play tower. The best part is that you can watch from the sidelines as your daughter or son, niece or nephew creates a water war with their new-found friends. Splash Amarillo Waterpark also includes a gift shop, volleyball courts, an arcade, and a concession stand.

It’s supper time! With the Big Texan Steak Ranch, Amarillo’s highly-rated restaurant is sure to fill you up, partner! These delectable steaks are served with that Texan charm and delight that’ll make you glad you chose to rent an apartment in Amarillo. If you have a big appetite, you can try to tackle a 72-ounce steak in an hour – if you meet the challenge, your steak is free!

Let’s not overlook Historic Route 66.  As you explore this route, be sure to stop at some of its notable locations, such as Cowboy Gelato! This will top off the steak feast (see above) nicely – a cool scoop on a delicious cone is sure to please. If you aren’t in the mood for gelato (really?) then you can try their stuffed hamburgers, BBQ pork sandwiches, and other menu items.

The Amarillo Zoo is another fantastic trip! Watch how the children (including you!) will delight in the exotic animals at this zoo. Just to name a few, there are leopard geckoes, rosy boas, chinchillas, and African grey parrots. Once you spend some time in this unique zoo, you’ll be glad that you chose to move to an apartment in Amarillo. But wait; before you pack your bags, read on – there’s more!

Out of all the parks, San Jacinto is the most appealing. This park offers a splash pad, guaranteed to be a favorite summer cooling-off spot. It is just one more Amarillo park you’ll love visiting! The park also features a playground, picnic areas, and an athletic court.

One Amarillo event guaranteed to get you out of your apartment is the Fourth of July celebration. Amarillo is famous for putting on a big show that includes parades, fireworks, a Fair on the Square, a pancake breakfast, live music, and more. There is just so much to be thankful for when it comes to watching firecrackers burst into the night sky on the Fourth of July!

The city also welcomes in the Christmas spirit with a community-known event called The Center City Electric Light Parade. Lighted floats will glide and dance along the air as the warm Christmas holiday brings love and memories to share.  Amarillo, as you can tell, is extremely avid about the holidays. If you are a big fan of holidays and would like to be a part of a community that really puts in the efforts to make the cheers even more chipper, become a resident and start celebrating in a big (Texas big!) way.

If you are moving with a dog (and there are many pet-friendly apartments in Amarillo to choose from), you’ll love Amarillo’s event for dog-lovers: the Muttfest- Skyhoundz . Even if you aren’t a pet owner and just want to be surrounded by sociable, happy people, the Muttfest- Skyhoundz is the best place to be. There is food, live music, and drinks served for the 21 & up crew. Sweets are a given, and there’s even popcorn to top off a great dog show!

The Midnight Rodeo in Amarillo is the spot to go to and dance your boots off! This facility contributes so much nighttime happiness. It has been the go-to location in Amarillo for roughly 25 years, and it is a true Western honky-tonk. The lively music will pull you in and have you dancing the night away!

What to Consider When Moving to Amarillo:

If you are moving here because for educational reasons, then you might want to know that Amarillo College is a great choice!  This two-year community college was established back in 1929. Today, it has about 10,000 students and six area campuses.

The American Quarter Horse Heritage Center and Museum is in Amarillo, Texas! You’ll notice quarter horse statues on display throughout the city – the Heritage Center and Museum is responsible for those! They also offer interactive displays, the Wall of Honor Plaza, the Grand Hall, the Joni Hegel Education Gallery, and the Ken and Laina Banks Theater. If you love horses, you’ll love spending time at the American Quarter Horse Heritage Center and Museum!

The Amarillo Art Museum is another great destination in Amarillo, located on the campus of Amarillo College. This is a free museum offering 32,000 square feet of fantastic exhibits! Enjoy the Cambodian collections at the museum and the different varieties of art. Before you go, check the website – some days even include live music and refreshments.

Why Amarillo Apartments Are Hot:

Amarillo is named for the yellow grass that grows in the region. It is pronounced “Am-a-rill-ah”. This color is bright and it is sure to add to your love for Amarillo. The mountainous areas are sandy red and milk chocolatey. The hills will send you on an imaginary fantasy ride to paradise. Picture sliding down one of those mountains; cool stuff, eh?

Now imagine a row of colorfully-painted cars, sticking out of the ground! Amarillo is home to the Cadillac Ranch, an iconic roadside attraction since 1974. The cars are located along Route 66, just west of the city. Once you see this amazing view, you’ll want to take a selfie! Living here can be so rewarding – isn’t it time to find your apartment? Strike a pose and move to Amarillo today!

Why Amarillo?

  • Amarillo is home to more than 50 city parks, including Caprock Canyon State Park, the third largest state park in Texas.
  • Palo Duro Canyon, the second largest canyon in the US after the Grand Canyon, offers rock climbing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and more.
  • Amarillo’s unique festivals and art shows include the annual Funfest and the 26-mile Funfest Marathon.
  • Several universities and colleges are located in Amarillo, including West Texas A&M.
  • A strong economy that includes heavy industry, petroleum extraction, and meat packing. The largest employer is Tyson Foods.
  • Exploring the beauty of the Old West, including the historic homes and buildings along famous Polk Street.