The reviews mention trash and noisy people but we did have a problem with any of that. It’s close to busy US 285 so there is traffic noise.Picnic Area 31.43894, -103.49969
Wednesday, February 23, 2022
Annie Riggs bought the hotel in 1904, changed the name, and ran it until her death in 193. In 1955 her heirs deeded the hotel to the Fort Stockton Historical Society to be operated as a museum.
Friday, February 18, 2022
The road is a little noisy with traffic in the evening and morning but quiet at night.
Sunday, February 13, 2022
There’s a lot to see at the ranch – the Junction School, a reconstructed birthplace, the show barn, the Texas White House, Johnson’s vehicles, a Lockheed Jetstar and the Hangar Visitor Center. We did not visit the school house, the birthplace, or the show barn but listened to the audio at each of those stops. The White House has structural issues and is temporarily closed. We did visit the building with Johnson’s vehicles which includes an amphibious car, the hanger which has exhibits about Johnson and the ranch, and the jet.