Alta Marfa, LLC

Small boutique winery making unique wines with grapes grown by wonderful farmers in Texas and New Mexico. Also growing grapes in the Texas Davis Mountains AVA with a winery located in Marfa, TX. Wine tastings available by appointment.


BeaTea.K Gift Store

Open every day 11am till 5pm (closed Wednesdays and Thursdays)
BeaTea.K (pronounced B T K, a pseudonym for Betty Kriel, the owner) is a gift store selling unique/one-of-a-kind handmade, re-purposed and altered items, made by Betty and friends. In addition, the store also offers a wide variety of hand crafted fair-trade goods from around the world as well as “made in the USA” gifts. Items in the store include art, clothes, jewelry, baskets, jams and jellies, kitchen ware, stationery, wind chimes, metal art, felted goods, textiles, wall art, walking sticks, natural soaps, and much more.
BeaTea.K, is located at 409 N. State Street, next to Lupita’s Place Mexican Restaurant.

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Address:409 N State St
Fort Davis, TX 79734

Bella Vista Floral Decor & More

Bella Vista Floral Decor & More offers a gift shop, silk floral arrangements, decorating for events and cemetery florals. Find unique, high quality gifts.

Located at the end of Cemetery Road. It’s the little cottage with the yellow shutters.

Open Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 10-5 and Saturday 10-2.

Phone: 432-207-0401
Physical Address: 1200 E. Cemetery Road, Fort Davis, Texas
Mailing Address: PO Box 2095, Fort Davis, TX 79734

Cactus Fountain Studio

Visit by appointment only

Phone: 432-940-8104
Address: 205 N. State St., Fort Davis

Crow’s Nest Ranch

Cabins, RV Park and Campground. Tent Camping, RV Camping with 22 RV hookups, 3 Cabins for 6 to 8 persons each, Group Camping. Located west of Fort Davis on Scenic Loop 166. Amenities include meeting rooms, restrooms, showers and laundry. Chuck-wagon available. Please visit our web site for extensive details about our facility.

Phone: (432) 426-3300
Address: 401 Crows Nest Road, Fort Davis

Davis Mountains Nut Company

Roasted and dipped gourmet pecans.  When in Fort Davis, stop by and get a free sample. You can purchase them when you are in Fort Davis or call us and we’ll ship them to you.

Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm

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Phone: (432) 426-2101
Fax: (432) 426-2182

Hebert’s Heirlooms & Resale

Located directly across from the Fort Davis National Historic Site, this unique shop carries loads of antiques and collectibles, both old and new. Their inventory includes everything from Depression Era Glass to Nascar and Star Wars figurines.

Summer hours: Monday-Saturday: 10am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm.

Located at 1250 N. State St., across from the Fort Davis National Historic Site.

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Phone: (432) 426-3141
Address: 1250-B N State Street, Fort Davis, TX 79734

Javelinas & Hollyhocks

An interesting assortment of all-occasion cards, kitchen gadgets, jams and jellies, Texas and western fashion & home accessories, ladies’ apparel, jewelry, and gifts for the garden and patio.

All Credit Cards Accepted.

Located two doors down from the Fort Davis Drugstore.

Phone: (432) 426-2236
Address: 107 State Street, Across from the Hotel Limpia

My Tiny Space

Flower shop and Comic Books

Justus Hall


Phone: 432-244-9998
Address: 43430 Hwy. 17 S. Ste. A Fort Davis TX 79734

Old Spanish Trail Gallery & Museum, LLC

Ranching history meets fine art in this hidden gallery, high on a hertiage ranch in the Davis Mountains. Historic wagons, West Texas hospitality and amazing art brand this destination gallery “unique”. Our diverse, tastefully curated collection features original art by regional and nationally recognized painters: Lindy Cook Severns, Wayne Baize, Tim Oliver, David Loren Bass, Dina Gregory, Roxa Robinson, Ginger Lemons and others, plus guest artists; youth artist Delaney Martin; pottery by locals Laura Baize and John Davis; Vickie Bunting blown glass and more. While our focus is on original art, we stock affordable reproductions and fine art cards. There’s something for every taste and every budget.

We’re open whenever you wish to visit. Contact us to set up a time for someone to greet you and show you around. Allow 20-25 minutes from Fort Davis. Bring a camera, and be prepared to relax and enjoy mountain serenity from one of our porches.

Located 16 miles SW of Fort Davis off Hwy 166 and 1 mile N on Crows Nest Road.

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Business Hours: open by appointment 7 days a week

Phone: (432) 249-1968
Address: 401 Crows Nest Rd, Fort Davis, TX 79734

Porter’s Thriftway

Retail grocery


712 N State St, Fort Davis

Caddy corner to elementary



Fresh meat & produce, grocery, frozen, dairy, hot deli, beer and wine!

Monday – Saturday – 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday – 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM


Address: 712 N State St, Fort Davis

Randy Glover, Artisan

Randy Glover, a Texas cowboy who has worked throughout the Big Bend area, finds inspiration for his designs in the beauty of the Davis Mountains. His jewelry and spurs are a fusion of western technique and contemporary style. Each piece is custom made and crafted from the highest quality for your satisfaction.

This is a working studio so come by and take a look!

To place a custom order please email Randy at or call him at (432) 426-3713. He is happy to discuss your jewelry ideas and offer consultation for your unique design.

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Stone Village Market

A specialty foods market and deli offering a variety of produce, fresh-baked whole grain breads, specialty coffees, beer and wine.

Deli with daily specials, build-your-own sandwiches and salad bar.

Open Daily from 7a.m. to 7p.m.

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Phone: (432) 426-2226
Physical Address: State Street, Fort Davis
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1308, Fort Davis, TX 79734

Studio Five-O-One

Museum of the Big Bend

Start your journey to Big Bend at the Museum of the Big Bend!
For more than 90 years the Museum of the Big Bend has been collecting and exhibiting artifacts of the vast Big Bend region. Encompassing the Davis Mountains and the borderlands of Mexico, the Big Bend has been inhabited for over 11,000 years. The Museum showcases this human history and culture reflected through the contributions of the Native Americans, the Spanish, the Mexicans and American settlers. The Museum hosts rotating exhibits including Trappings of Texas
featuring the best of contemporary Western art and custom cowboy gear every April.
The Museum is located in Alpine at the northeast corner of the Sul Ross State
University campus and can be reached from Entrance Four from Harrison Street.
Admission and Parking is Free! Donations are always welcomed. The Museum is
handicap accessible. Guided tours are available by appointment.
Hours: Closed on Mondays
Tuesday-Saturday: 9am-5pm
Sunday: 1pm-5pm
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Phone: (432) 837-8143
Address: 400 N Harrison, Alpine, TX 79832

Phone: (432) 837-8143
Address: 400 N Harrison, Alpine, TX 79830

The Hotel Paisano – Marfa, TX

A charming, historic hotel, the Hotel Paisano offers 41 rooms and suites, a seasonally heated pool, extensive gift shop and art gallery, GIANT memorabilia room, ballroom/conference space, fitness center, and a casual restaurant and lounge with relaxing courtyard seating. Jett’s Grill, the Hotel Paisano restaurant, is open seven days a week and offers a full bar and menu with extended weekend hours. Only a half-hour drive to Fort Davis through scenic, far west Texas vistas and convenient to local eateries, galleries, and gift shops in Marfa.
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Phone: (432) 729-3669