The Stone Village Tourist Camp

509 North State Street, Fort Davis, Texas, 79734, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fort Davis

Digging up Dom

A travel blog entry by billhall

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... to Alpine. We have a great Mexican dinner in Alpine then head back towards Marfa. Laurie wanted to stop and look for the famous "Marfa Mystery Lights"........and we saw them! I don't think they're anything like space aliens or anything.....but a confluence of real things. Personally, I think they're lights on cars WAY out in the desert.....and the shimmering and heat waves make them jump about and move around. It's a cool thing to see ...

On Top Of The World

A travel blog entry by patry

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... but the State Park has the worlds largest spring fed pool. The pool has 22 million gallons of crystal clear spring water flow through it each day and is 25 ft deep. It has a capacity of 3.5 million gallons, has 2 diving boards, and tons of minnows and black catfish swimming in it. We had a lot of fun cooling off in the water and Bruce went off the high diving board quite a few times. The boys used their ...

Another Good Stop!

A travel blog entry by billandteena

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... moon! Poor planning I guess, but things might work-out
for the better when we reach Bryce Canyon. Star Gazing involves a lot
of variables!



We will soon leave this desert, then,
if I remember my geography, (no reference book with out Wi-Fi), we
will cross into the Great Desert of the Salt Lake.?.



In the meantime, here are some of the
sights from Davis Mountain, in Jeff Davis County, Tx.. You might ...

Davis Mt SP/Fort Davis/McDonald Observatory

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill

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... you get about 4, 50% off coupons for camping when you buy the pass). The campground looks up towards the mountains and it is an easy ride of about 11 miles up route 118 to the University of Texas McDonald’s Observatory. There are 94 sites for tents, w & e, and full hookups. Bath houses were OK. Sites for full hookups 17 to 28 did not seem to be level but the area we were in 1-16 were very level and great sites. There is ...

West Texas Here We Come!

A travel blog entry by dhkidd

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... orbits. We also learned a new Zodiac sign called Ophiucus. The Star Party was equally as enjoyable – there were many telescopes set up outside of the observatory with people to tell you what you were looking at. There were about 700 people there (compared with 1000 the night before) and we stood in line at the telescopes, but not for more than 10 minutes or so. We saw the Pliades, Jupiter, Orian Nebula, M81, M82, Messier 35, Panstaar ...

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This hotel, located on 509 North State Street, Fort Davis, is near McDonald Observatory, Davis Mountains State Park, and Fort Laramie National Historic Site.
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