Stroll around town! Enjoy the local charm Pecos is so proud to share. You'll learn about the early beginnings, cowboys, and gunfighters. Discover a history that is uniquely Pecos.
1. Get some shuteye at Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pecos.
Find beautifully appointed accommodations, small-town charm, and a convenient location perfect for both business and leisure at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pecos. With easy access to I-20, getting to various attractions is effortless.
2. Kick-start your day with a hearty breakfast at Cocina Salgado.
Order freshly cooked authentic Mexican dishes like chile verde, tacos, and much more at Cocina Salgado. Make time to enjoy both breakfast and dinner in this quaint diner setting.
3. Head downtown to the historically recognized West of the Pecos Museum.
Take a self-guided tour through three full floors of more than 50 exhibit rooms full of artifacts, history, and West Texas lore at the West of the Pecos Museum. Don't forget to bring your camera!
4. Enjoy lunch at Pody's BBQ, recognized as "One of the 50 Best BBQ Joints" by Texas Monthly.
Darn good BBQ—just ask Texas Monthly. Pody's is open until the food is sold out, so swing by and grab some brisket, beans, and potato salad to tickle your taste buds.
5. Historic Downtown Pecos!
Find Judge Roy Bean's Courthouse, Clay Allision's Grave, The Texas Rodeo Hall of Fame, and our Historic Texas Railway Depot. Enjoy an outdoor walking tour that gives you insight into the West Texas culture and history. Mosey through the gift shop at the Texas Rodeo Hall of Fame for a one-of-a-kind souvenir!
6. Downtown shops for “uniquely Pecos” shopping.
The Saddlery is a one-stop-shop where you can find boots, Western-inspired gifts, and more. Rancho Veijo offers furniture and décor crafted from old doors and reclaimed teak. McKinney Outfitters features fine women’s wear, purses, shoes, accessories, and workwear.
7. Chill at the "Million Dollar" Dairy Queen.
Honored for selling the most burgers in the entire state, this is not your typical Dairy Queen. Stop by and grab a bite; it’s a great way to wrap up a day in Pecos.