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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.

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Things to do near Pine Springs, TX

James Rooney County Park

Green and spacious park on southern edge of city at historic Comanche Springs. Swimming, picnicking and tennis courts....

Nuestra Seņora del Carmen

Established in 1681, and later dedicated Corpus Christi de la Ysleta, 1690; damaged by both floods and fires, but restored an...

Whitehead Memorial Museum

Dedicated to life and legends of frontier Southwest, museum includes rustic structure that was early trading post serving bot...

Midland Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 3 days...

El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center

Collection includes aerial photographs of World War II concentration camps, personal effects such as death camp pajamas, and ...