110 Raul Florez Blvd.
Pecos, TX 79772
Phone: (432) 445-1444
Fax: (432) 445-0059
Public, 18 hole, 6816 yds, Par 72, This course has water hazards coming into play on at least eight holes.
One of the most scenic areas in Texas lies in the Northeastern Chihuahuan Desert. Here in the Davis Mountains you can observe the "sky-island," a range that rises above the desert. The conservatory is also home to wild animals like the black bear, mountain lion, Golden Eagle, and Montezuma Quail. This preserve is also important to the West Texas ranching legacy, as well as maintaining the dark skies for the University of Texas McDonald Observatory. Conveniently located less than a three hour drive away from the Permian Basin, the Nature Conservatory of the Davis Mountains is a must-see.
Covering over 507 acres (205 hectares), this vast region of the Chihuahuan Desert is one of the most biologically rich and diverse arid regions in the world. The beauty of the surroundings, replete with local and exotic flora and fauna, makes this a breathtaking place. Take a hike along its trails and explore several springs, unusual rock formations and over 200 rare species of cacti.
This ranch is a rock hunter's paradise, with more than 70 varieties of dutting stones for the picking, including gemstone such as red plume and pom pom agates, amethysts, and opals.
This is a nine hole course with the second round being a longer version of the front nine. The creek, which runs through a few holes, makes this course challenging. The clubhouse is located on Loop 223 (North Harrison Street), which intersects East Avenue E (U.S. 90) and Texas 118 (heading towards Fort Davis). The clubhouse and course are clearly visible from Loop 223, to the west.
Floyd Gwinn Park opened in 1945 as the first aquatic park in Odessa. Today this 40-acre park features two playgrounds, plus all the facilities to support your favorite sport. Floyd Gwinn has it all, from baseball and soccer, to basketball, tennis, and volleyball. You can also enjoy a swim in the community pool on a hot day. The park is also home to the Floyd Gwinn Gymnasium, which gives the community a facility to practice and participate in activities.
The official location for the annual Juneteenth parade, Woodson Park is one of the best recreational facilities in Odessa. It also houses the Woodson Family Aquatic Facility, which has pools, playgrounds and water slides for the entire family to enjoy. A Community Center is also part of the premises, which can be hired as a venue for private events. Epitomizing the alpha and omega of recreation in the city, Woodson Park is 13 acres of complete fun.
The Woodson Family Aquatic Center is the perfect place to lounge around, get some sun, or for a dip in the pool. This center also features a sand volleyball court, picnic area, and a playground for the kids. What better way to enjoy a day in the Permian Basin's sun than a day at the pool!