Texas Big Bend Country
Named for the Big Bend National Park, the westernmost region of Texas boasts pristine parklands, wide open skies, popular hiking and camping areas, and the beautiful Davis Mountains. Relive the days of the Wild West or experience the international culture of old El Paso. Discover the Park Lands of the Texas Big Bend Country.
(Andrews) - Head to Andrews, TX for a leisurely Texas vacation exploring its beautiful outdoors and learning about its unique historic past. Located between the Permian Basin and the South Plains, Andrews is nestled in one of the most serene and spacious areas in all West Texas.
(Big Bend ) - Nestled in the Chihuahuan desert lowlands between the rugged mountains of Big Bend National Park and big Bend Ranch State Park like the attractions, facilities and services within the communities of Lajitas, Terlingua and Study Butte in South Brewster County.
(Midland) - Visit the Museum of the Southwest for a fun, educational, and inspiring experience in Midland, Texas. Offering visitors an intimate glimpse into the famous Turner family, spectacular star shows at the state-of-the-art planetarium, and a series of rotating special exhibitions, get ready for a fully immersive adventure. Art, science, history, and culture come together, all in one place!
(San Elizario) - San Elizario, Texas is located just 22 miles southeast of downtown El Paso and 25 minutes from the El Paso International Airpot. El Paso is rated the safest city in the United States. A visit to San Elizario is a must when you are either passing through El Paso or staying for a visit.
(Fort Davis) - Retro modern accommodations at Stone Village Tourist Camp & Market in Fort Davis takes travelers back in time to road tripping across country. Originally a Motor Court Garage and Texaco Fueling Station, this renovated West Texas motel creates the perfect vintage escape for all visitors.
(Palo Duro Canyon) - The beautiful pioneer amphitheater carved out of and nestled into a natural basin in the majestic Palo Duro Canyon, the nation’s second-largest canyon, comes alive once again this summer for the 55th season of the Official Play of the State of Texas.