Guadalupe Mountains National Park Travel Guide

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Plan Your Guadalupe Mountains National Park Vacation

Guadalupe Mountains National Park is a study in extremes: it has mountaintop forests but also rocky canyons, arid deserts, and a stream that winds through verdant woods. The park is home to the Texas madrone tree, found commonly only here and in Big Bend National Park. Guadalupe Mountains National Park also has the distinction of hosting the loftiest spot in Texas: 8,749-foot Guadalupe Peak. The mountain dominates the view from every approach, but it's just one member of a rugged range carved by wind, water, and time.

Restaurants

Guadalupe Mountains National Park Restaurants

Dining in the park is a do-it-yourself affair. Ranger stations don't serve meals or sell picnic items, though nearby White's City offers some basics—sodas...read more

Things To Do

Things To Do in Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.

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Guadalupe Mountains National Park Experiences

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