My husband and I went to Davis Mtns. State Park the last week in Sept.. We spent 3 nights at the lodge. We were very satisfied with the accomodations. We had a room in the section that was added on in the late 1960's. The original historical section of 15 rooms was closed due to renovation going on. The room was large with wood floors, Texas style wood furniture, two double beds, a wood chest with lid at the foot of each bed, a desk with chair, two sitting chairs, a dresser and mirror built into a side wall and I was surprised to find in a state run lodge...cable TV. The bathroom was small but modern with tub/shower, big sink basin and enough room to do your business. We had a nice view of the valley outside the door with a metal rocking chair for two. The rate was 75.00 at the time. The hotel clerks were very friendly and helpful. There is a nice hiking trail starting at the back of the property that is about 2.5 miles that takes you up the hill for views of the mountains and we saw some goats and deer on the trail. We had breakfast at the Black Bear Restaurant which is part of the lodge. Breakfast was good but we did not care for the meal we had at dinner. Prices in restaurant were fairly cheap and no tipping as the employees are paid a full wage by Tx St. Parks. I would stay here again.
- Also Known As:
- Indian Hotel Fort Davis
- Indian Lodge Fort Davis, Texas