Adventure Through West Texas and the Greater Amarillo Region in a New Subaru Sedan or SUV

Texas is renowned for its iconic vistas, rich history, and consistently impeccable selection of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. After all, when you think of this state what comes to mind? A Spaghetti Western film? Brisket and barbeque? National parks and odd small towns? Whatever has drawn you to the Hereford or Clovis area, we here at Brown Subaru are confident that you'll be able to appreciate the wonder and beauty of this state that much more in a new Subaru model.

The Abundance of Activities and Destinations to Visit in West Texas are Nearly Endless When You Drive a Subaru Sedan or SUV

Part of the Subaru lifestyle is having a heart and soul that's inclined to adventure further and break new ground with a sense of absolute confidence. Nearly the entirety of the Subaru model lineup features the brand's Standard Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive system meaning you'll be able to tackle the loose terrain and backroads found throughout the greater Borger and Dumas region with peace of mind and assurance.

Visit Big Bend National Park and Stargaze at Big Bend Ranch State Park

While trekking, you might want to check out Big Bend National Park. With over 150 miles of desert trails you'll be able to embark on day trips along the Chisos Mountains then pitch a tent for a night under the stars at Big Bend Ranch State Park. With crystal clear skies and very minimal light pollution the view of the Milky Way and the planets will be absolutely unparalleled.

Experience Oddity in Marfa, TX

Are you the artsy type? The quirkiness and odd eccentricity of the small hill town of Marfa, Texas can't be beat! This lonesome area sits in the heart of the heat of the desert and has drawn in many local artists with its strange aura and atmosphere leading to some truly exceptional pieces art.

Cool Off at Balmorhea Springs

While adventuring in your Subaru Outback, Forester, or Crosstrek you might want to stop off and take a dip at the Balmorhea Springs region. Pampa and Plainview residents are all too familiar with the blazing temperatures that we experience every summer, so we're certain that the this spring-fed swimming pool will be treated as an oasis and haven from the heat!

Enjoy a Crispy Beverage in Alpine, TX

Are you a beer aficionado? Whether you're more the "hand over the money and drink" type or are a passionate "DIY beer craftsman"; the Big Bend Brewing Company in Alpine will surely impress you and your refined palate. Open Thursday through Monday, this destination features an assortment of top-rated beverages to quench your thirst as you travel home from one of the many state parks.

Drop by Terlingua to Take in the Ghost Town and Its Strange Atmosphere

Situated conveniently near Big Bend National Park, Terlingua is a small town that has seen its better days. This once flourishing area was a hotspot for quicksilver mining but is now used as a stop-off destination for tourists and drivers on their way to Big Bend. With many of the original buildings still intact, this is one historic site you won't want to miss!

Why Make Your Journeys in a Subaru Model?

There are plenty of manufacturers out there, so what makes a Subaru sedan or SUV such an appropriate choice for adventuring? Apart from the aforementioned Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive trains, these models tout impressive ground clearance, boast an assortment of highly advanced safety and driver assistive features, and further brag plenty of passenger and cargo volume. When it comes to preparing oneself for the outdoors and the wilderness spirit of Texas, you can't go wrong with a well-rounded and rugged new Subaru model. If you're looking for the same qualities of a new vehicle but are on a tighter budget please considering browsing through our selection of pre-owned Subaru vehicles. Please use these step-by-step directions before dropping in to say hello!

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