Guadalupe Mountains National Park Sights

McKittrick Contact Station

  • Information Center

Published 08/08/2014

Fodor's Review

Poster-size illustrations in a shaded, outdoor patio area tell the geological story of the Guadalupe Mountains, believed to have been carved from an ancient sea. You can also hear the recorded memoirs of oilman Wallace Pratt, who donated his ranch and surrounding area to the federal government for preservation. Nearby trailheads access a.9-mile nature loop and lengthier hikes.

Sight Information

Address:

4 mi off U.S. 62/180, 7 mi northeast of Headquarters Visitor Center, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas, 79847, United States

Phone:

915-828–3251

Sight Details:

  • June–Aug., daily 8–6; Sept.–May, daily 8–4:30

Published 08/08/2014

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