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Safety Rest Areas: Pecos West County Westbound

Pecos West County Eastbound is the partner for Pecos West County Westbound
Drinking Water Handicap Access Men's and Women's Restrooms Picnic Tables

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Ceramic tile mural of a Buffalo Soldier decorates a wall of the facility
spacer View of West Pecos County rest area
View of West Pecos County rest area


  • IH 10 - Westbound, 26 miles west of Ft. Stockton
  • Latitude = 30.9378 Longitude = -103.3052
  • Milepost: 233


  • Drinking Water
  • Men's and Women's Restrooms
  • Handicap Access

  • Picnic Tables



    • The name Pecos first appears in Juan de Oñate's reports concerning the Indian pueblo of Cicuye, now known as the Pecos Pueblo, and is of unknown origin
    • Fort Stockton, a town 30 miles east of the facility, was where a pre- and post-civil war cavalry fort located. Ninth United States Cavalry, a regiment of black troops (also known as "Buffalo'soldiers", as depicted on a wall at the eastbound facility) were among troops stationed here.