The beautiful rugged mountain scenery of Fort Davis, Texas gives it the highest elevation in the state - 5050 feet above sea level! West Texas has a special ambience all its own, with amazing sunsets, dazzling night skies filled with more stars than you can imagine, abundant native wildlife, and a fascinating history. If you'd like to read more about Fort Davis, visit the official site here.

There are local activities for every area of interest - horseback riding, cycling, rock climbing, nature and wildlife photography, birding, camping, hiking, or just relaxing and enjoying the view. Learn more about Fort Davis activities here.

While you're here, you may also want to visit the nearby town of Marfa, another historic West Texas destination, best known for its mysterious "ghost lights" that have mystified travelers for decades. Surrounded by mountain ranges on three sides, Marfa's location has been described as one of the last American frontiers. If you'd like to read more about Marfa, visit the official site here.

Marfa is home to a thriving arts community, as well as a number of museums, glider and dairy tours, and the "highest golf course in Texas." Learn more about Marfa activities here.