Indian Lodge

Feb. 27, 2015 - A winter storm is affecting much of Texas; please check local weather and road conditions, and contact the park before travelling....


Backed by the rugged foothills of Davis Mountains State Park, the view in any direction is rugged, scenic and unspoiled. Unlike most of dry Trans-Pecos Texas, the Davis Mountains area is greener, and supports a wide variety of grasses and trees, along with expected desert plants. One might also see deer, javelina, fox, raccoon, porcupine, skunk, or even a black bear or a mountain lion. Bird-watching is always great!

An interpretive center overlooks the wildlife watering station where scrub jays, white-wing doves, curve-billed thrashers, and rock squirrels are among the most common wildlife seen.

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