Outdoor enthusiasts will want to head to Big Spring State Park. Sitting on 382 acres, the park offers opportunities for hiking, biking, jogging, nature viewing, picnicking and star gazing. Golfers will enjoy a trip to Comanche Trail Park, which features an 18-hole course. Comanche Trail Park is also great for hiking, biking and fishing, and it’s where you’ll find the big spring that the city was named after.
Those who want to learn more about the area’s history can take a trip to the Heritage Museum of Big Spring. The museum preserves and displays items of cultural significance to the city and the West Texas region. The Potton House is a historic home located five blocks north of the museum. Built in the early 1900s, it showcases the turn of the century architecture. Another historic attraction is the Hanger 25 Air Museum. It’s located in a World War II era airplane hangar built in 1942, and it preserves the memories and legacies of the Big Spring Bombardier School and the Webb Force Base (which were both housed at this location) and honors the country’s veterans.
Staying at one of our Big Spring hotels is also convenient if you’re traveling here to enjoy one of the area’s many festivals, including the Comanche Trail Festival of Lights, the Pops in the Park, and the Annual Big Spring Cowboy Reunion and Rodeo. Choice Hotels offer convenient accommodations and great value in West Texas. Book your stay today!
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