Indian Lodge, the pueblo-style adobe hotel built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, offers pleasant accommodations, a pool, landscaped grounds and patios, and a modest restaurant. Some rooms have hand-made furniture. Indian Lodge has 39 rooms, which are often booked months in advance. For information call 915-426-3254
Prude Guest Ranch Historic Prude Ranch has combined the best of the modern world with old west wilderness to create a fun packed western vacation for the entire family. Prude Ranch was established over 100 years ago as a cattle ranch. For the last sixty years, five generations of Prudes have run the ranch as both guest ranch and working cattle ranch.
Single Occupancy per night $65.00
Double Occupancy per night $75.00
Family Bunk Houses:
Single Occupancy per night $49.00
Double Occupancy per night $58.00
Historic Webster House
Built in 1898, the Webster House remains a perfect display of 'Territorial Victorian' architecture. It's hardwood/pine millwork throughout the interior, the charming gingerbread trim around the large porch, and the adobe exterior are prime examples of this design. Located only three blocks from the town's shopping and dining.
You may reserve the entire home for $135.00 nightly, up to four adults (children under 16 free). Additional adults $15.00 per person/nightly. Seven adult limit. Or rent only a suite $75.00 - $95.00/nightly and you will still be our only guests. Prices do not include taxes.
The Stone Village Tourist Camp has a motel and a campground. It is a nice little place although there are not many extras. It was nice to sit in the chairs in front of my room and talk with the neighbors (4 coeds from the University of Texas). Made me wish I was younger again. The people running the place were very nice and made me feel at home. Worth a try if you are in the area.
Functional cabins. A couple of queen beds per room. Cabins have four seperate rooms in each unit. In the winter, they also use some of the bunkhouse for groups and families. Functional tile or carpet in each, ceiling fans, HVAC. No TV, No Phones in rooms. There are a couple of TVs in the lodge building and dining hall. The cell phones barely work and you have to know where to stand. That all makes for a great get away.
Hike the mountains,
Listen to the silence,
and see the darkest and clearest nights in the US.
I remember staying here when I was 7. The hotel was pretty cool looking like an Indian Pueblo village nestled in the Davis mountains. I remember swimming in the pool a much needed respid after hiking the area.
The Davis mountains are southwest of Fort Stockton, making the town a good starting point for travelling the area.
Great views of the surrounding Davis mountains. Good swimming pool and a good hoping off point into the area, near most all the attractions.
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