Indian Lodge is a full-service, historic hotel with 39 rooms, a restaurant, a meeting room, and a swimming pool. Rest, relaxation, good food, swimming, mountain biking and hiking are among the activities the Lodge has to offer. The Lodge is located within the boundaries of Davis Mountains State Park and guests have full use of the recreation & educational activities available at the park. There are foot trails into the mountains that cross Davis Mountains State Park and a scenic trail to the Fort Davis National Historic Site.
Opened to the public in 1939, the pueblo-styled adobe hotel was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps and features 18-inch adobe walls, hand-carved cedar furniture, and ceilings of pine viga and latilla. In addition to the lodging facilities, the Black Bear Restaurant offers a southwestern fare to hotel guests, tourists and area patrons with the beautiful view of the Limpia and Keesey Canyons.