Canadian River Historic Wagon Bridge, two miles north on US 60/83. The bridge, built in 1916, has now been converted into a walking bridge for a hike and bike trail with a nearby duck pond and rodeo arena.
Gene Cockrell's Concrete Sculptures, 806 323 6307. An eccentric local artist has created a number of quirky sculptures, including a 50-foot-long brontosaurus overlooking Highway 83 about three miles south of town.
Palace Theater, . A restored vintage downtown movie theater which is over 80 years old. Runs current movies.
River Valley Pioneer Museum, 118 North 2nd Street, . Tues-Fri 10am-12pm and 1-4pm. Sun 2-4pm.
Rader Ranch, north of town (take highway 60 northeast about 8 miles, turn left on FM 305 and follow for about 5 miles), 806 354 0928. Observe wildlife such as the Prairie Chickens, wild turkeys, deer, and coyotes on this 20,000 acre ranch.
Washita Ranch, south of town, 508 655 4599. Includes a four-mile trail along the river which provides good birdwatching opportunities. Lodging available, as well as horseback riding and barbecue.
Antique Treasures, 222 Main St, 806 323 9941.
Railhead Bar & Grill, 220 N 2nd St, 806 323 9435.
Cattle Exchange, 200 Main St, 806 323 6755.
Canadian Restaurant, 402 N 2nd St, 806 323 9176.
Railhead Club & Restaurant, 220 N 2nd St, 806 323 9435.
Arrington Ranch, 9760 C R 5, 806 323 6924, . Bed and breakfast on a working calf ranch. The house was built in 1919 by a Texas Ranger.
Brooks House, 1426 Main St, 806 323 5527.
Canadian Courts Motel, 220 N 2nd St, 806 323 8058.
Kim's Cottage, 212 Main St, 806 323 5527.
Nights In White Satin, 505 Kingman Ave, 806 323 5559.
Thicket Guest Ranch, 15287 Lake Marvin Road, 806 323 8118.
Black Kettle National Grassland, north on highway 60 about 10 miles. Part of Cibola National Forest. While most of this park is in Oklahoma, this separate 576-acre park includes Lake Marvin, providing a beautiful relaxation and wildlife viewing spot for any Panhandle traveller who misses seeing lots of trees. Campsites and cottages are available.