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".
This is just one of Texas' treasures! In the rugged Davis Mountains, this state park is not only beautiful, it's very relaxing. Stay a night in Indian Lodge, camp, hike, visit the world renown Mc Donald Observatory or just sit back and watch the world go by. This is a great place of families or older folks too. Do yourself... 更多
We hiked the trails, which are marked clearly. We took the Skyline trail, it was around 4 miles. Got some great views. The staff at the office was helpful and knowledgeable. we didn't camp, but it looked like a very clean and well kept park
Being from Colorado we were excited to see what these Texas mountains looked like. Folks, these are mountains, very beautiful mountains. Their a mix between the Rockies, Moab, and Raton Pass with pretty much desert all around them. The diversity of the plant life and wildlife together with the amazing darkness at night make these mountains a wonderful place to... 更多
We stopped here on our way to the McDonald observatory. Took a hike for about 2 hours it was a moderate hike with beautiful views for miles and miles. We then returned to picnic tables at the campground and had a picnic. The bathrooms were clean and well maintained.
Quite campground only about 5 miles from town. Easy pull through sites although WiFi was iffy. Nice hiking opportunities and great wildlife. Great birding obsevation area where they feed them. Visit Fort Davis while camping here. Also McDonald Observatory is nearby. I'll review that as well.
We camped on site 6. It is a paved, pull through that tilts a little to the left. The washrooms are a fair trek. The park is beautifully kept by the volunteers and Rangers. The interpretive center hosts a series of informative and fun events run by the staff. There is a variety of trails. The skyline drive is amazing,... 更多
We stayed at Davis Mountain for 3 nights in January. It was a great place to base out of to explore that part of the state. We took day trips to Fort Davis, Marfa, and Alpine. Wildlife was EVERYWHERE. Sit quietly around dawn/dusk and you'll see deer, javalina, and more. Showers and bathrooms were good, and park staff were all... 更多
This is one awesome state park! We've visited approximately 25 Texas state parks and Davis Mountains is at the top of the list. The park staff working the front desk were extremely helpful. The RV site we were assigned required some minor leveling but was otherwise fine. The sites have cable, which is unusual for an SP. we did a... 更多