Map & Directions
Sometimes a road trip is the best way to ease into a weekend getaway or gear up for a company retreat. Taking to the open road guarantees a close-up view of all that this breathtaking area has to offer – from the colorful cactus flowers that dot the landscape to the majestic Chisos Mountains that rise above the desert. With every passing mile, the destination draws nearer, and with each passing moment, the spirit of the Old West grows stronger.
Those traveling in a group might consider chartering a bus, which is a practical and relaxing way for passengers to make the most of their time together. Most chartered buses feature onboard restroom facilities and large luggage bays, and others offer more extensive amenities such as VCR's with multiple monitors, face-to-face seating with tables, and/or convertible sleeping areas to provide rest, comfort and relaxation for weary travelers.
For more information on individual travel to Alpine, Texas: visit http://www.greyhound.com
For more information on group private charter buses to Lajitas: visit http://www.busbank.com or http://www.usacoach.net.
For those that prefer to fly, we recommended the following charter service that are familiar with and fly into Lajitas International Airport:
Flights out of Houston, Texas:
Starflite Aviation (713) 644-4800 http://www.starflite.com
Contact: Ann Bartlett ABartlett@starfliteaviation.com
Hobby in Houston. Will do other airports in Texas. Very Familiar with Lajitas.
Flights out of Austin, Texas:
Imaginaire (972) 559-1000 http://www.Imaginairejet.com
Flights out of Dallas, Texas:
Business Jet Access (214) 654-1500 http://www.businessjetaccess.com
Contact: Jamie Rose firstname.lastname@example.org
Flights out of Austin, Houston and Dallas, Texas:
Contact: Amy Bowers (214) 724-1658 email@example.com
Will work with groups on price
Ride the rails in style from anywhere in the United State. Amtrak has daily service into Alpine, Texas which is conveniently located about an hour away from Lajitas. We are happy to arrange shuttle service to and from the resort for a fee or rent a car in Alpine from Alpine Auto Rental and Sales 432-835-3463 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lajitas Golf Resort & Spa GPS: 29.25N 103.67W
Midland – Odessa to Lajitas Golf Resort and Spa
(approximately 245 miles)
Head West on Interstate 20 to Monahans, TX. Take the Highway 18 South exit toward Fort Stockton, TX and turn left onto 18 South for 6 miles. Turn right onto FM 1776 for 15 miles. Take a right on FM 1450 for 1/4 mile. Take a left on FM 1776 and continue south for 30 miles. Cross over Interstate 10 West. FM 1776 turns into US 67 South.
Follow US 67 South for 55 miles to Alpine, then turn left onto TX 118 South for 80 miles to the Study Butte/Terlingua Junction. Turn right onto FM 170 and continue for 17 miles to Lajitas.
Once in Lajitas, look for the state park information station (The Barton Warnock Center) to the left, and continue for approximately 1 mile until the Boardwalk comes into view. Turn left just past the boardwalk and park behind the hotel and follow signs to the Badlands Hotel for registration.
El Paso to Lajitas
(approximately 300 miles)
Take Interstate 10 East for 118 miles to Van Horn. Exit US 90 East to Marfa, then turn right onto US 90 and drive 78 miles to Marfa.
Continue on US 90/67 to Alpine and turn right onto TX 118 South (Cockrell Street). Follow TX 118 South for 80 miles to the Study Butte/Terlingua Junction, then turn right onto FM 170 and continue for 14 miles to Lajitas.
Once in Lajitas, look for the state park information center (The Barton Warnock Center) to the left, and continue for approximately 1 mile until the Boardwalk comes into view. Park behind the Boardwalk and follow signs to the Badlands Hotel for registration.