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About Your Visit

Fort Davis National Historic Site lies by the northern edge of town of Fort Davis and can be reached by Tex. 17 or 118, which link U.S. 90 and 290, both major transcontinental routes. Accommodations are available in the town of Fort Davis. The nearest largest communities are Alpine and Marfa, respectively 25 miles to the southeast and southwest of Fort Davis.

These quarters north of the parade ground survived largely intact.


Fort Davis National Historic Site, established on July 14, 1963, and containing 447 acres, is administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.

A superintendent, whose address is Fort Davis, Tex., 79734, is in immediate charge of the area.

aerial view of Fort Davis
This view of Fort Davis was made in 1924, before rapid deterioration began.


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