The Davis Mountain's Resort is located about 20 miles west
of Fort Davis Texas in the southern-most extension of the Rockies.
The property is located in the southeast corner of the resort.(see map)


Some highlights of the area include:
Ford Davis Annual Bike marathon in April
Indian Lodge Historical Monument
Prude Guest Ranch
McDonald Observatory
Mile High Scenic Trail
Marfa Lights
Mile High Golf Course
Miter peak, climbing
Boy Scout and Girl Scout ranches
Limpia Hotel
Annual Texas "Star Party"
Picturesque Fort Davis Monument
Physician available (Ft. Davis)
Hospital services available (Alpine)

Davis Mountain's Resort Area
Hiking Trails
Roads Maintained through the yearly Association Fee
Mild Climate
Spring well water available at the General Store area
Grading, excavating, building and improvement services available
Water delivery services, and storage tanks available
Local fire department supported through the association fee
Retired permanent residents throughout the area
Abundant deer and wildlife (no hunting in resort area!)
Unbelievable quiet and privacy
Directions: Follow Hwy 17 South from Ft. Davis toward Marfa 2 or 3 miles out of town, take Hwy 166 right toward Valentine. Follow for 10 or 15 miles west, past the "Point of Rocks" rest area and look for large monument with DMR on it. Turn right and follow dirt road past Paradise Ranch into Davis Mountain Resort area.

5 Acres along crest of 6,000(+) ft ridge, property extends halfway down northern slope
14 ft hail damaged travel trailer
10 x 10ft hail damaged storage building
27 ft hail damaged Airstream trailer. Broken into, Needs cleanup.
Located on High Lonesome Trail, Near eastern Cul de Sac, no through traffic! Rocky road with 3 sharp switchbacks.
Several Large Homes nearby
Many good possible sites for building
Scenic views, Mt. Livermore, McDonald Observatory
Breathtakingly clear night skies. Observatory quality
Electricity on property
Yearly maintenance fee (roads & fire dept.) approximately $100 annually
Restrictions: No Hunting. Outdoor lighting must not interfere with McDonald Observatory
Campfires may be prohibited during burn-ban periods
No water on property. Recommend taking supply if staying overnight.
GPS COORDINATES: (Use GOOGLE EARTH(tm) to find aerial view)
Lat- N - 30deg, 35', 56.31"
Long- W - 104deg, 04', 00.12"
(There are now a few picture points of DMR on Google Earth)
Directions: When you reach the entrance to the resort look for cross trails, and turn right. Turn left when you reach Thompson Trail. Turn right on Saddlebag Trail. When you reach High Lonesome Trail, turn right, follow it across dry creek bed, then up several switch backs to Farview Point.(Requires 4 wheel drive during or after rain) Continue on High Lonesome past large house with 3-car garage, past house with telescope observatory domes about one mile, then up final hill. Property is on North side of road almost to the Cul de Sac. Small trailer on left, storage bldg on right.Airstream trailer in the middle. all are now hail damaged from last year storm. Airstream now messy but may be restorable.-- Property markers are now covered by grading, but East boundary is a few feet East of power pole. West boundary is close to the dead cedar tree down-hill near campfire area.

South View

North View (Two white dots are Macdonald Observatory)

Sell 5+ acres in Davis Mountains resort -- $25,000.00

May consider trade for property around Midland or Odessa Texas

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