This is one of the 12 Texas Travel Information Centers operated by the Texas Department of Transportation for the convenience of the traveling public. It features a rustic saloon, courtroom, billiard hall and the opera house of Judge Roy Bean, the "Law West of the Pecos" in the 1880s. The center ...
Travelers can pause and picnic in a roadside park by U.S. 90 on the east rim of the Pecos River canyon, about 18 miles east of Langtry. The view is spectacular and provides insight into the difficulties faced by pioneers who had to negotiate the crossing without a bridge.
Ancient pictographs, rugged limestone terrain and spectacular canyons lure visitors to the site. Visitors hike rugged landscapes, take guided tours to see the renowned pictographs, camps in tents or RVs, and learn more at the park's interpretive museum. Admission charge. Off U.S. 90, about 40 mil...
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