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Pine Springs, Texas

The tiny community on U.S. 62/180 just south of the New Mexico state line was the location of a station on the famous stagecoach run, Butterfield Overland Mail Route. The station was established in 1858. Tumbled stone ruins and a granite historical marker are all that remain today.

Located near the Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Pine Springs offers RV (no hookups)camping and tent sites for those enjoying the trails, drives, and scenic beauty of the area.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Things to do near Pine Springs, TX

Emerald Springs Golf & Conference Center

Course Access: Semi-PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Pecos Depot

This landmark depot was purchased from the Panhandle- Santa Fe Railway in 1972. Built in 1892 it served as a railway terminal...

University of Texas McDonald Observatory at Mount Locke

Built in 1932 following bequest from William J. McDonald, amateur astronomer. On 6,791-foot peak of Mount Locke. Site selecte...

Insights - El Paso Science Center

El Paso Science Center-Features educational, hands-on exhibits about science and technology: solar power, motion, light illum...

Culberson County Historical Museum and Hotel

If you're a history buff, visit Culberson County Historical Museum, formerly the Clark Hotel, that serviced the railroad clie...