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The Mountains have more trees in the valleys than the basin has, and some of the trees are huge. Grant Trees, Rio Grande Cottonwoods and Emory Oaks. Picnic areas along the hwy are fabulous, with concrete tables and huge volcanic rocks towering over head. Fort Davis is pretty much a tourist trap, but if you get out on the back streets and see the real town its pretty wild westerly. The park itself is in a deep valley with lots of trees. We haven’t really seen trees much since we left Goose Island. In the park there is no phone service or OTA TV, but cable is offered. Internet is only at one location. Read More:

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We have hosted at Davis Mtns. S.P. and it is enjoyable. We plan to be back there in April for a month.


In the past, WiFi was available at the restrooms and Nature Center. The library is town is pretty neat and offers good free WiFi.



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It is one of the few Texas State Parks that has some FHU.




I've been to lot's of Texas State Parks and all but one of them had full hook ups. Not saying all do, but certainly more than a "few".

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