Lush greens and fairways are certain to call your name whether you're a golf pro or just starting out. Formerly a military course of the Pecos Army Air Field, this experience is a hole-in-one!
Dive into the world’s largest spring-fed swimming pool, measuring 1.75 acres and dating back to the 1930s. You can swim, scuba, or skin dive for a view of the underwater world. The pool is 25 feet deep and remains a pleasant 72–76º year-round.
Family Fun Destinations
One of the deepest, largest, and most ornate caverns ever found, Carlsbad Caverns is home to the fifth largest chamber in North America. Visitors can hike in or take an elevator, but in the “olden days,” you’d have gone down in a mining bucket!
This facility houses an original 82-inch telescope built in 1933 and a state-of-the-art visitors’ center. The observatory demonstrates how astronomers use spectroscopy to chart the heavens and offers solar viewings and star parties.
Trace the history of the automobile as you stroll through this museum of well-preserved exhibits. Everyone will find something of interest and enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
Enjoy the thrill of walking or playing across 4,000 acres of white, sparkling Sahara-like sand dunes rising as high as 70 feet. Spend the day hiking, horseback riding, bird and wildlife watching, or sand surfing.
Parks are such a wonderful resource for recreation and relaxation. Pecos has many outdoor settings for the family to enjoy. Get outdoors and soak up some sun, or find a nice shady spot for a picnic!
When the Texas heat starts to sizzle, cool off at our new splash pad! It’s the perfect spot for a picnic and a little fun in the sun. Don’t for get your sunscreen, because you’ll want to stay a while; there’s something for every age and stage of life!
Come see our new building! The friendly and knowledgeable library staff is happy to help you with internet access, research assistance, or with finding books, children’s books, movies, or video games.
This brand-spanking new center has been dubbed a modern marvel due to how its main 50-foot dome structure was created. This main dome will house two basketball courts that can be converted into multiple volleyball courts, while a smaller, second dome will have a lap pool, sauna, and steam room.
With its vintage marquee a beloved part of the city's downtown landscape, a cinematic adventure at State Theater is never dull. Come on out and enjoy good company, tasty eats, and first-run flicks.
The new Eagle Stadium is a multi-purpose facility that will host football and soccer games as well as band competitions and track meets. The project includes a new pressbox, home and visitor seating, concession stands, and restrooms.
The Cyclone complex is the newest destination for elite baseball and softball events from across the Southwestern United States. Here, you will find premium turf fields, excellent hospitality, and a hospitable experience at any event.