Thursday, April 15, 2010

Fort Davis' Indian Lodge

One of the most popular places to stay in the region...and for several good Davis Mountains State Park's Indian Lodge.  Recently renovated, the Southwestern Native American-style adobe structure was built in the 1930s by the CCC to resemble a pueblo village.  Gracious, rustic, with beautiful views, the Lodge is a perfect jumping off point for exploring Fort Davis, Fort Davis National Historic Site, and the mountains around McDonald Observatory.

Here's a link to the Indian Lodge's website, including a brief video about the Davis Mountains State Park and the Lodge itself.  Enjoy hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, birding and wildlife viewing!

The Indian Lodge is one of our Texas Mountain Trail historic's a link to all of them!

Our Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has built a beautiful website on the legacy of the CCC on state parks, including Indian Lodge and Davis Mountains State here!

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