COVID-19 UPDATE: The health and safety of Fort Davis residents and visitors is our highest priority!
The Chamber of Commerce board of directors made the tough decision to reduce the 2020 Coolest 4th of July festivities. Booths and the dance have been cancelled for 2020 but the annual fireworks show will go on as planned on Friday July 3rd after dark at the Jeff Davis County park. The decision was made to protect the residents and tourists in Fort Davis.
Current County Declaration: NO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS, BUSINESS OPEN AT 50% CAPACITY. PLEASE WEAR A FACE COVERING AND RESPECT BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS FOR SAFETY PROTOCOLS. GATHERINGS OVER 100 PEOPLE MUST HAVE APPROVAL.
There are current Coronavirus cases in Brewster County and Presidio County. See the Texas Health and Human Services website for up-to-date counts.
Check with your hotel, motel or rental for updates and safety protocols concerning your stay at Fort Davis.
Visit the Jeff Davis County website for County-Wide information and to sign up for reverse 911.
McDonald Observatory – CLOSED
Fort Davis National Historic Site – Outdoor exhibits open, all indoor historic buildings, visitor center, store closed.
Davis Mountains State Park – Temporarily Closed due to positive Covid-19 case. Expected to open July 1st.
Indian Lodge – Temporarily CLOSED due to positive Covid-19 case through July 3rd. Please check website for updates.
Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center – OPEN. Pre-purchase tickets, face-coverings required in enclosed areas. Visitors Center, gift shop and bathrooms closed.
Davis Mountains Preserve – CLOSED. Includes the Madera Canyon Trail. All open weekends cancelled.
50% capacity only, expect lines and waiting times do to restrictions. Order ahead for take-out.
50% capacity. Masks recommended. Please socially distance as some stores have small spaces.
Fort Davis State Bank – Lobbies are CLOSED. Drive through only.
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