Drive in from Houston with two teenagers less than impressed with my choice of west Texas as our spring break destination. However, I am happy to report these very tough critics absolutely fell in love with the beauty of the park and the mountains and volunteered to wake up early in the morning to go hiking in the park!!! The... 更多
of course you have to pay to just drive thought, but be sure to take the high scenic road all the way to the top. We got out and hiked for about 30 minutes. I think you can take a trail that comes out over the back top bluff of the Fort.
We had friends who were coming a week later than us in their new RV and asked us to check out the RV Park and Campground for them. We gave it a big thumbs up, beautiful sites, very clean, hiking, good hookups, etc. We were a bit early in the spring, and I can imagine it is even more beautiful... 更多
Even as remote as this place is, it is still very popular. We stayed two nights hoping to see the stars, but the weather did not cooperate. I hope to go another time. Also, despite having metal fire rings, we were unable to have a campfire, so the cold mornings and nights were not as comfortable as they could have... 更多
There's a lot of history to be told in that part of Texas. Driving into the State Park is quite breathtaking! The mountainous scenic drive along with notable historic markers that commemorate stage coachman who frequently traveled that area years ago ~ adds a touch of history before getting to Davis Mountains State Park. Once inside the Davis Mountains the... 更多
We stopped in on our way to Big Bend. Absolutely beautiful. We hiked one of the shorter trails and had a blast. Drove to the top of the scenic road and really enjoyed the view from up there. We did not camp but looks like a great place to camp.
Davis Mountains is one of my favorite Texas State Parks. We camped for a week in the park. We hiked all of the trails in the park which were not too technical. Also we ate dinner several times in the Lodge which we enjoyed and much easier than cooking dinner every night. They sell fire wood and ice in the... 更多
This is a beautiful park. It is one of the few Texas State Parks that has full hookups for RVs. However, the sites are not level. This would not be a big problem as our levelers could somewhat compensate. However, because the sites were not level, the sewage hookup was too high for adequate gravity drainage. Had to raise sewer... 更多
Just leaving Davis Mountain after 5 nights in a diesel motorhome with full hookups. Out site was a pull through with a great view of the mountains, plenty of room, & quiet until the last night when a few loud vehicles ran through the park late. The Black Bear Lodge & restaurant is within the park. A beautiful, peaceful bird... 更多
We stayed a couple nights at Indian Lodge inside the park. There are a number of trails around the park, we hiked one and drove another. Very pretty spot, not what I usually think of when I hear "west Texas".