The park's main visitor center, near the base of the Chisos Mountains, includes a bookstore and exhibits on the park's mountain, river, and desert environments. One exhibit poses this question: What is the most dangerous animal in the park? When you open the panel, you're staring into a mirror. A new, elegantly produced 22-minute film detailing the wonders of the park shows on request in the theater, and there's a sprawling board replica of the park's topographical folds.
Nearby, a gas station offers limited groceries such as chips, sandwiches, and other picnic items.
Hwy. 118 near the junction of U.S. 385, 30 miles south of park's northern entrance, Big Bend National Park, Texas, 79834, United States