Davis Mountains State Park
Each of the neighboring cities and towns has their own
distinct history, culture and personality. Whether you’re
interested in historic western frontier forts; are seeking a
taste of minimalist art or Old Mexico; are a railroad buff or
want to see real cowboys at work, you can experience what
makes West Texas unique all within a short drive of Alpine.
www.fortdavis.com • 26 miles north on TX 118
A historic town and home of The Fort Davis National Historic Site.
The highest town in Texas features a historic walking tour, shopping
and lodging. Fort Davis is also the Hummingbird Capital of Texas with
16 confirmed species. The high altitude and mild year round climate
make it a haven for 511 different species of birds which is the highest
concentration in one region of bird species in America.
www.fortstockton.info • 67 miles north on U.S. 67
Home of Paisano Pete, the world’s largest roadrunner, Fort Stockton is the
westbound I-10 Big Bend gateway, featuring a historic downtown and the
frontier Fort Stockton, other attractions, lodging and dining options.
www.marathontexas.com • 30 miles east on U.S. 90
A historic railroad town and gateway to the eastern entrance to Big
Bend National Park. One of Texas’ best kept secrets features historic
lodging and unique dining.
www.marfacc.com • 25 miles west on U.S. 90/67
Home to the world-recognized Chinati Foundation and several
unique art galleries. Art, filmmaking, soaring over Marfa, and the
Marfa Mystery Lights provide an interesting blend of activities.
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