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Davis Mountains State Park, Texas

Lavish forestry blankets the 2,709-acre expanse of Davis Mountains at this west Texas state park named after… well the name is pretty darn self-explanatory. As you weave between large pinyon pines, Read more...
Lavish forestry blankets the 2,709-acre expanse of Davis Mountains at this west Texas state park named after… well the name is pretty darn self-explanatory. As you weave between large pinyon pines, oak trees and junipers you may also spot any of the other smaller varieties of vegetation such as apache plums, fragrant sumacs, little-leaf leadtree, Torrey yucca, trompillo, scarlet bouvardia, catclaw acacia and little walnuts - to name just a few! A mile high up, you’ll be ever closer to the celestial spheres burning bright overhead which can be regarded at night in crystal-clear clarity. Other popular activities in this park include horseback riding, mountain biking, picnicking and backpacking. Also be on the lookout for the popular Montezuma quail waddling its short and stumpy frame around the park.
Davis Mountains State Park Campground
Lisa
Lisa: Davis Mountains SP is a small but beautiful park & should be included in any tour of far west...
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The farthest north in the park, these campgrounds are also the most vertical (at almost 5,600 feet)...
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