Texas Pecos Trail Region | Area Attractions
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Western Hill Country
Texas Pecos Trail Region | Sonora Caverns
Kayak or fish at the South Llano River State Park near Junction and explore the Caverns of Sonora, Kickapoo Cavern State Park, and Devil’s Sinkhole. Historic court houses, quaint downtowns, and ranch museums preserve the heritage of southwest Texas.
Middle Rio Grande
The friendly bi-lingual cities of Del Rio and Eagle Pass offer vibrant downtowns for shopping and contemporary art venues and nearby Lake Amistad, Whitehead Memorial Museum, Seminole Canyon State Park, and Val Verde Winery. The Judge Roy Bean Visitor Center in Langtry preserves the legacy of the “Law West of the Pecos,” while Fort Clark will amaze you with its many resort attractions and original buildings still in-tact.
Texas Pecos Trail Region | Permian Basin Museum
Experience the living heritage of the West Texas oil boom at the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, American Airpower Heritage Museum, Million Barrel Museum, and Historic White-Pool House. But it’s much more than that! Places like the Odessa Meteor Crater, Horsehead Crossing, Fort Lancaster, and Alley Oop Park, along with the presence of Wind Power turbines and friendly communities, will leave you enchanted with the spirit of the Old West.
West Texas Oases
Contrasted with the rugged and desert-like landscape are the recreational sites that generate peace of mind and a sense of wonder, including Balmorhea State Park, Monahans Sandhills State Park, and Lake Amistad. Heritage sites such as the West of the Pecos Museum, Annie Riggs Memorial Museum, and Old Fort Stockton welcome travelers of all ages.