Davis Mountains

5 out of 5 based on 3 ratings.


Fort Davis, TX
GPS Coords: 30.6, -103.93
Phone: 432-426-3337

Davis Mountains
5 out of 5 based on 3 ratings.
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RV Park Details

Features

  • BBQ Grills

Activities

  • Playground

RV Site Details

Number of RV Sites:

61

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Reviews for Davis Mountains

3 reviews for this RV park

  1. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    March 17, 2008
    Davis Mountains State Park is a wonderful place. We stayed in site 10, and it is a great site. It is not completely level, but we easily compensated for a slight decline (front to rear). Our site had full hookups including cable TV and a nice picnic table underneath a grand old oak tree. We enjoyed the hiking and mountain bike trails. The deer were extremely friendly and came by our site each morning and evening looking for food. (Please don't feed them.) We attended an hour long session on owls at the interpretive center. The elder gentleman that gave the presentation was outstanding. We laughed quite a bit and learned quite a bit as well. We also drove over the the McDonald Observatory on Friday night for the Star Party. We highly recommend this if you have children as they will really enjoy it.
  2. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    November 20, 2007
    What a great place to stay. Beautiful surrounds with a nighttime sky not to be believed. The staff at the park was great. Our thermostat on the A/C broke and we call the manufacturer and had it delivered to the park. The staff delivered it to us and offered to help install. We travel with four (yes four) large well-behaved dogs and they were welcome with plenty of room to walk and play. The only thing I don't like is it is too far from home to visit every weekend.
  3. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    October 24, 2007
    Very nice campground. Had full hookups, which is really nice for state campgrounds. We saw a great deal of wildlife. Several deer came within 10 feet of the trailer. We watched them for 30 minutes. We also saw quite a bit of other wildlife. There is a little resteraunt in the park at the "Indian Lodge" Hours are a little limited, so check before you plan on a meal there. The campsites themselves were very good.

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