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There are great places to stay, play and eat in and around Terlingua. Some within walking distance of The Starlight and some a bit of a drive but worth it. You'll have all day to play - hike, pick with friends, chill . . .
Whether this is your first trip to the Big Bend or a favorite destination, please remember to be mindful of the place itself, people's private property and the fragility of this precious landscape. Bring lots of water. If you're allergic to any type of stings, bring your remedies. Fill up your car with gas in Alpine or Presidio. The Terlingua Trading Company has a great "walking map" of the Ghost Town. Barton Warnock Visitor Center and Desert Sports have great information about the area in general (be sure to check out Desert Sports for bike trails and river trips, too).
Where to Stay
Big Bend Holiday Hotel * - Lovely motel rooms, awesome rentals from sleeping 1 or 2 to sleeping 12+
Big Bend Motor Inn (motel and RV) *
The Boathouse (campsites with facilities)
Deep Rock (Unit A or B)
Have or know of a place near Terlingua? email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do our best to get it posted.
Places to Play
The doors to the Starlight open at 5. Music starts around 6. Full dinner menu available. There is so much to do and see around Terlingua and the Big Bend. Day hikes or even a day trip on the River! Here are some links you might want to check out.
Desert Sports (check 'em out for mountain biking info - some of the best trails in the world are out here. Also for river trips)
Places to eat during the day:
Far Flung has a great coffee shop (with some of the best breakfast muffins in the Big Bend!)
Taqueira El Milagro
Restaurant Rio Bravo (432) 371-2101