Exploring Big Bend National Park
Big Bend National Park, one of the largest parks in the United States, is a wildly beautiful natural region where you can explore the Rio Grande on a raft, bird watch in the Chihuahuan Desert, hike through the Chisos Mountains, or ride through the trails once used by the original inhabitants of the legendary American West.
Conveniently located 3 miles from the western entrance to Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Resort & Adventures offers full-service lodging at the gateway to an unlimited amount of options for a vacation full of fun, relaxation, adventure, or nothing at all - whatever your adventure takes you.
Big Bend Resort & Adventures is also near the town of Terlingua, which was once a prosperous mining village built during the height of the old west in the mid-1880s. In 1922, forty percent of the nation's quicksilver was produced here. By the 1940's, Terlingua was a ghost town. Since then, Terlingua has gained notoriety by attracting over 10,000 visitors to their annual International Chili Cookoff.
Services at Big Bend Resort & Adventures include:
Motel Accommodations and Small Apartments
Bike & Hiking Trails
Driving Range Clubs & Balls available)
Café, Gift Shop, & Convenience Store
RV Park and Campground
Big Bend Overland Tours
We can also help booking Horseback Trips and River Trips!
Enjoy the spectacular vistas, the phenomenal sunsets, shadowy canyons, and rugged desert mountains that visitors explore by road, river, and trail, in the largest protected area of the Chihuahuan Desert in the United States.
Directions & Map to Big Bend National Park
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From Alpine, TX:
Take Route 118 South and follow signs for "Study Butte" and Big Bend National Park. We are 80 miles South at the junction of Routes 118 and 170.
From Marathon, TX:
Take Route 385 South through Big Bend National Park to Panther Junction. Turn right and follow the road out of the Park into Route 118. We are located at the junction of Routes 118 and 170.