This state park was one of the earliest Civilian Conservation Corps projects in Texas. The interpretive center houses exhibits featuring flora and fauna significant to the park. Activities include camping, sightseeing, nature study, picnicking, hiking, backpacking, day and overnight equestrian use, mountain biking, and interpretive programs. Attractions include scenic drives, two scenic overlooks, and and 12 miles of hiking trails, some of which connect with Fort Davis National Historic Site. Stargazing after closed hours on Skyline Drive is allowed; registration required at headquarters - activity fee applies.
Davis Mountains State Park
Adult (Day Use Only): $6 Daily, (Overnight): $5 Daily, Child 12 Years and Under: Free
Open 7 days a week year-round.
There is no gate.