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1308 North US Hwy 285, Fort Stockton, TX, US, 79735

  • Phone: (432) 336-5955
  • Fax: (432) 336-3540
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Attractions

»Fort Stockton Visitor Center

The Fort Stockton Visitor Center is located in the city of Fort Stockton. This tourist center will help you explore the city of Fort Stocketon with its knowledgeable staff, guided driving tours, maps and more.

1000 Railroad Avenue
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»Paisano Pete

The Paisano Pete is one of the most enchanting roadrunners in the world. Standing tall with a height of ten meters (3.048 feet) and with a length of 22 feet (6.7056 meters), this is structure is unarguably very popular with tourists. Come here with your family and take a snapshot with this beauty!

1000 West Railroad Avenue
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»Old Fort Cemetery

Located on the corner of Water Street in historic Fort Stockton, the Old Fort Cemetery was established in the year 1867. This place has several remains of the 18th Century tombstones with beautifully carved architecture.

North Water Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»Annie Riggs Memorial Museum

Appropriately named in memory of Annie Riggs, this museum is housed within the very boarding house this frontier woman once owned and managed. This adobe structure was build in the late 1800s and is an excellent example of territorial architecture. The thirteen rooms that make up the house have been refurnished to resemble what the hotel would have looked like in its heyday, while the numerous exhibits on display chronicle the region's the rich and colorful history. Here you will find a host of intriguing artifacts including a desk from the office of the murderous Sheriff A.J. Royal, the tusks of a Columbian Mammoth, a restored buggy and an ill-fated ballot box that was retrieved from the depths of the Pecos river. Each artifact has a fascinating story of its own, making it easy to while away hours exploring the many treasures that are enclosed within these walls. Whether you are a local history buff, an architecture enthusiast or just a curious traveler, the Annie Riggs Memorial Museum has something for everyone.

301 South Main Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»Pecos County District Courthouse Historic Square

The town of Fort Stockton has enjoyed an eventful history and boasts a rich heritage, the signs of which can be seen amidst its many historic buildings that still stand even today. Perhaps the most iconic of them is the historic Pecos County Courthouse. Although the courthouse was originally built in 1883, its current appearance is a reflection of the extensive changes that were made to its facade in 1911 as part of a remodeling project. Nevertheless, the courthouse still makes a rather stately sight that possesses a beauty of its own. Around the square that lies before the courthouse you will find a number of other historic buildings including the town's first schoolhouse, the first Catholic Church, the "zero stone" and a lovely gazebo, all of which can be dated back to the mid to late 1800s. While most of these structures are neither elaborate nor regal, they all posses the quite charm of a structure that has remained untouched even as the city around it grows and changes with time.

400 South Nelson Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»St Joseph Catholic Church

St Joseph Catholic Church is located in the city of Fort Stockton. It offers mass for the people in two languages i.e. English and Spanish on Sundays. There are various meetings held for the benefit of the society, with youths being the prime area of concern.

403 South Main Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»Rollins Sibley House

Visit the historical site of Rollings Sibley House located in the city of Fort Stockton and discover the wonderful architecture of this house. Built in the 19th Century, this house is known as one of the oldest houses in the city. The site also has an old school known for its rustic structure.

403 South Main Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»Old Pecos County Jail

Constructed in the year 1883, the Old Pecos County Jail is known as one of the oldest buildings in Fort Stockton. This two- storied building had the offices of jailers, deputies and Sheriffs on the ground floor while the prisoners were housed on the second floor.

101 West Gallgher Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»Historic Fort Stockton

Although the U.S. military had established its base in Fort Stockton in 1858 itself, the original post was abandoned a few years later and was replaced by the existing fort in 1867 after the end of the Civil War by Colonel Edward Hatch. The fort remained occupied for the next 19 years before it too was abandoned. While the Historic Fort Stockton once boasted a collection of 35 buildings, only four have survived. Of these three are the original Officers’ Quarters and the fourth is a limestone guard house. Apart from these four structures, the site also encompasses the original parade grounds and two Enlisted Men's Barracks that have been reconstructed based upon original blueprints and excavation findings. One of the barracks has been converted into a museum and visitors center. Here you will find videos that illuminate the fort's intriguing history alongside original artifacts and exhibits that deal with the "Buffalo Soldiers" who once resided here.

301 East 3rd Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church

Constructed in the year 18896, The St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church has been serving the Episcopal community in the city of Fort Stockton. Known for its magnificent architectural design reflecting the Victorian era, this place has been registered as a Texas Historic Landmark and includes a monumental cross made with solid ebony.

401 East Second Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»James Rooney Memorial Park

The James Rooney Memorial Park is a public park located in the city of Fort Stockton. This place has a 24 hole disc golf course and a long walking track. You can enjoy a game of baseball or softball at the fields or have a barbecue party with your family at the BBQ spots.

208 East 1st Street
Fort Stockton, TX 79735

»I-10 Silhouettes - "Look to the East"

Created by artist Brian Norwood, this group of sculptures forms a poignant sight against the azure sky. The I-10 Silhouettes can be found to the east and west of Fort Stockton on the southern side of the highway. On the west you will encounter a small group of Cormanche hunters, titled "Looking to the East". The group leader can be seen alerting his party to the possible danger posed by the soldiers marching from the east. The second set of sculptures can be found just beyond the eastern side of city and are clearly visible beyond the old adobe hangar by the highway. Appropriately titled "Marching to Fort Stockton", the sculptures depict members of the U.S. Cavalry marching towards the city. Both clusters are clearly visible just off the highway.

Off Interstate Highway 10
Fort Stockton, TX 79735
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