The trail focuses on water conservation and showcases more than 200 native plants from within a 100-mile radius of Ozona. The site includes viewing areas and an exhibit demonstrating the importance of xeriscaping, and rain water conservation and collection. Open daily. At the Visitor Center at I...
This three-story museum features a blacksmith shop, Western heritage, wool and mohair, business, and Native American artifacts. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sat. 404 11th St. www.crockettcountymuseum.com
This monument in town square is a tribute to the legendary frontiersman and Alamo hero for whom the county was named.
A Texas Historical Commission property, Fort Lancaster's 82 acres preserve the remnants of a post established in 1855. The ruins include the officers' quarters, barracks, blacksmith shop, hospital, sutler's store and bakery. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Admission charge. Eight miles east of Sheffie...
Stop at the roadside picnic area and observation point for a breathtaking view of the Pecos River valley. A historical marker describes the "Government Road." East of Sheffield on Texas 290.
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