Texas Panhandle Map

Texas Panhandle Map
Description: Texas Panhandle Map showing the 26 counties in the northern most part of Texas with cities, highways, attractions, etc. Disclaimer

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Texas Panhandle Map

Tumbleweeds, rodeo shows, pump-jacks, and windmills in wide horizons define Texas Panhandle. The panhandle region in Texas comprises the northernmost twenty six counties of the 'Lone Star State'. The region borders New Mexico state to the west and Oklahoma state to the north and east. The panhandle covers nearly 10 percent of land area and 1.7 percent of the population of Texas.

Nicknamed “Yellow Rose of Texas”, Amarillo is the largest city in the Texas Panhandle. The Pantex Plant (the only nuclear weapons assembly and dis-assembly factory in the United States) and the Palo Duro Canyon State Park (the US' second largest canyon system) are located near Amarillo. The Big Texan Steak Ranch, Amarillo Zoo, and Wonderland Amusement Park are famous attractions in Amarillo.

Major cities in Texas Panhandle

  • Amarillo
  • Borger
  • Canyon
  • Dumas
  • Hereford
  • Pampa

The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum is located in Canyon, while Dumas houses Window on the Plains Museum. Borger was a boom-town in the early 20th century. The city of Hereford is known as “Beef Capital of the World”.

Counties in Texas Panhandle

  • Armstrong County
  • Briscoe County
  • Carson County
  • Castro County
  • Childress County
  • Collingsworth County
  • Dallam County
  • Deaf Smith County
  • Donley County
  • Gray County
  • Hall County
  • Hansford County
  • Hartley County
  • Hemphill County
  • Hutchinson County
  • Lipscomb County
  • Moore County
  • Ochiltree County
  • Oldham County
  • Parmer County
  • Potter County
  • Randall County
  • Roberts County
  • Sherman County
  • Swisher County
  • Wheeler County

  • Due to steady winds, the region is one the ideal wind-power- producing regions in America. Interstate Highway 40 traverses the panhandle region.

    Last Updated on: July 7, 2017