Apache Park and Trail
Visitors will be aquainted with the geology of the desert, and magnificient views of rock formations, panoramic vistas, and old Indian campsites; one of the locations where Geronimo the Medicine Man hideout for over 25 years against both the Mexican Soldiers and the US Calvary in the early 1800's.
The Apache Park and Trail The Gateway to Beauty a western paradise surrounded by the stunning and majestic intermountain views; Black Peak, the Apache Mountains, the Sierra Diablo, the Boracho Mountains and more!
Van Horn is situated at the primary road o I-10 (US 80 a principal southern artery from US West Coast to the East Coast) US 90 and Texas 54. Van Horn is also about 45 miles west of the intersection of I-10 & I-20.
This central location to several major routes is a popular stop to over tens of thousands of transit travelers every day.
Hotel and Motel rooms and accommodations are available to choose from, the Mountain View Golf Course and the Culberson County Historical Museum recalls the Lusty Frontier Times.
We are traveler friendly and also await visitors to Big Ben National Park,
Fort Davis National Historic Site of the Buffalo Soldiers, the UT McDonald Observatory, Guadalupe National Park, Carlsbad Caverns and more!
Apache Park and Trail has interesting rock and mineral deposits, hunting and upland birds that offers a seemingly endless amount of outdoor activities and interests.
All vacationers, photographers, artists, desert botanists, explorers, rock hounds, fossil collectors, historians,amateur archaeologists and students will have the most unique experience imaginable into the history of Texas and America.
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This page was last updated: 21 February 2019