August 29, 2014 -- Family Evening Hike - Bring the family to see and hear what is out in the park after dark. Flashlights, water and insect repellent are necessary. Meet in the Chinaberry Day Use Area. No pets, please. 8-9 pm
August 30, 2014 -- Storytelling Night - Hear a story, tell a story. Sing a song, hear a song. Come join in the fun at the Lone Star Interpretive Theater for an evening of enjoyment. Show off your talent, if you wish. A good time for all who attend. No pets, please.
September 6, 2014 -- Outdoor Store Walk - Discover how the Native Americans used their ''outdoor store'' to survive in the canyon. Walk emphasizes plants used as foods and medicines. This is not a walk that will harvest or encourage tasting native plants. Meet in the Chinaberry Day Use area to begin walk. No pets, please.
September 9, 2014 -- Full Moon Hike - Come out for a beautiful evening in the park and watch the moon rise over the rim of the canyon. Meet the Park Interpreter in the dirt parking lot on Alternate Road 5 to begin your hike. No pets, please. 8-9 p.m.
September 13, 2014 -- Nightsky over the Canyon - Come to the Juniper Day Use Area to view the beautiful night sky over the canyon. Bring comfortable chairs, water and insect repellent. Listen to star stories and use the telescopes set up by the Amarillo Amateur Astronomy Club. No pets, please. 8:30-9:30 p.m.
September 20, 2014 -- Canyon Driving Tour - Enjoy a tour through the canyon, receive information and have your questions answered. Seating limited to 10. Reservations required. No chiildren requiring car seats.
September 27, 2014 -- Comanches and the Battle of Palo Duro Canyon - Come to the Lone Star Interpretive Theater and learn how the Comanches lived prior to the Battle of Palo Duro Canyon.This attack changed and destroyed their culture. Interesting program for history lovers. No pets, please.