About the Pecos Boot Trail
Howdy y’all, Pecos and welcome to the Pecos Boot Trail, a public art project brought to you by the Pecos Chamber. Start by picking up your very own Pecos Boot Trail Guide at the Pecos Chamber. Swing into the organization or business that sponsors each boot to collect a stamp. Then bring your completed book to the Pecos Chamber to lasso your very own Pecos Proud prize!
We're Pecos Proud
Being home of the world’s first rodeo, you can bet our history is chock-full of bull ridin’, gunslingin’, and tellin’ tall tales. The story of Pecos dates back to around 1873, when the famous Chisholm Trail, Goodnight-Loving Trail, and the Butterfield Overland mail route all crossed paths right here.
In Pecos, we’re proud of our city, proud of our heritage, and proud of our people. Come travel the Pecos Boot Trail with us and discover the history and beauty of Pecos along the way!
An Artist Steeped in Western Lore
Painted by the famous Western muralist, Stylle Read, each 8-foot boot along the Pecos Boot Trail is an authentic work of art that highlights a piece of Pecos’s rich history and celebrates our diverse community and culture.
About 150 of Read’s murals can be found across the state, especially in towns like Pecos, where an affinity for Old West and ranching heritage runs deep in our hearts. Read is one of Texas’ most recognizable muralist.
1. MILLION DOLLAR DAIRY QUEEN 226 S EDDY ST
2. WEST OF THE PECOS MUSEUM 1 120 E 1ST ST
3. WEST OF THE PECOS MUSEUM 2 120 E 1ST ST
4. PECOS CVB 100 E DOT STAFFORD ST
5. LA FIESTA CHILI 1313 S CEDAR ST
6. WESTEX COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION 268 RAUL FLOREZ BLVD
7. 2T PARTNERS 525 S OAK ST
8. REEVES COUNTY TEACHER CREDIT UNION 312 S CEDAR ST
9. TOWN OF PECOS CITY 115 W 3RD ST
10. Z-TEK CONSTRUCTION 201 S OAK ST
11. WEST OF THE PECOS RODEO 1556 S CEDAR ST
Y'all come back soon for more!
New boots are scootin’ into town soon, so don’t be a stranger. After all, you’re now a part of what makes us Pecos Proud!