Explore: The Pecos Trail Region
Although a nearby replica of the Alamo has served as stand-in for the real thing in movies and commercials for the last fifty years, Brackettville needs no facsimile when it comes to authentic buildings from the Texas frontier.
About the Pecos Trail Region
Experience the legendary Wild West of classic books and movies, and the real-life landscape of the Texas Pecos Trail Region. Twenty two counties cover 35,000 square miles and comprise an ecological transition zone at the junction of the Plains to the north, Edwards Plateau in the east, Chihuahuan Desert in the west, and the Brush Country in the south. The Texas Pecos Trail Region allows visitors to experience our rich and diverse Western heritage, including Native American rock art, cowboys and ranching, military forts, Hispanic culture, the Permian Basin Oil Boom of the 20th century, World War II training bases and artifacts, museums, county court houses, and a variety of unique and spectacular natural wonders and outdoor recreation.
The Pecos Trail Region works with a variety of organizations to promote heritage travel throughout the region.