Offered near the campground.
Grab your bike and set out on Davis Mountains State Park’s 4.5 mile paved Skyline Drive Trail, which will take you on a meander...Read more
For a simple walk with wildlife sighting opportunities and views of Keesey Canyon and a 35-million-year-old lava flow, head out...Read more
With 11 miles of trails that traverse rugged terrain and reach scenic overlooks of the Davis Mountains, Horseback riding at Dav...Read more
More of a hike, the 900 vertical foot climb on the Davis Mountains State Park Loop Trail will leave you with breathtaking and s...Read more
A tremendous amount of wildlife can be found at Davis Mountains State Park, including black-tailed rattlesnakes, mule deer, mou...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Davis Mountains State Park Campground.
The vibe at Davis Mountains State Park Campground
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Davis Mountains SP is a small but beautiful park & should be included in any tour of far west Texas. The developed camp sites have clean showers/restrooms & are situated between the hills. You will not have complete privacy as with the primitive sites, but it only fills up at busy times like holidays and Spring Break. There are several short but lovely trails, & be sure to visit nearby McDonald Observatory for a Star Party as well as Fort Davis Nat. Historic Site. Check out Indian Lodge but skip the sub par food.
The Indian Lodge is closed for renovations. The hiking is top-notch. The Sheep Pen Canyon Loop Trail requires a sign-in at the park office. The campsites are nestled in the valley. One of our favorite parks in Texas.
We chose this location due to its proximity to McDonald Observatory where we made reservations to attend a twilight program ($5 per person) and a star party ($12 per person). These were amazing! Check them out! Also, we saw javelinas at the campground.