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Texas Pecos Trail Region

Participant in the Texas Historical Commission's
Texas Heritage Trails Program

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to the Pecos Trail Region

Promoting heritage preservation and tourism to our richly diverse West Texas area. Museums, historic sites, outdoor recreation, special events, and more!

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  • Seminole Canyon State Park and Historic Site, ComstockSeminole Canyon State Park and Historic Site, Comstock
  • Judge Roy Bean Visitor Center, LangtryJudge Roy Bean Visitor Center, Langtry
  • Fort Lancaster State Historic Site, SheffieldFort Lancaster State Historic Site, Sheffield
  • Monahans Sandhills State ParkMonahans Sandhills State Park
  • Annie Riggs Memorial Museum, Fort StocktonAnnie Riggs Memorial Museum, Fort Stockton

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Upcoming Events


    • The 4th Annual Ozona Firefighter's Fire Ball

      October 20, 2018 - 8:00pm to October 21, 2018 - 12:00am

      The 4th Annual Firefighter's Fire Ball, benefitting the Ozona Volunteer Fire Department, will be held at the Crockett County Convention Center. There will be a catered dinner, followed by a dance and silent auction which is open to the...

    • October 27, 2018 - 4:00pm to 8:00pm

      Winkler County area ranchers discuss history and swap campfire tales

    • Remembering Crockett County Veterans Exhibit at the Crockett County Museum in Ozona, TX

      November 1, 2018 - 9:00am to 5:00pm

      Each year, Crockett County Museum in Ozona, TX, honors our veterans both past and present with an exhibit featuring photos, artifacts and memorabilia submitted by local families. There are hundreds of photos and other items dating back to Civil...

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.

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The Pecos Trail Region works with a variety of organizations to promote heritage travel throughout the region.