This is an amazing campground that is probably as unique as they com; you sleep in beautiful little private-is spots nestled among giant red boulders. Downside is it's so puller that it is nearly impossible to book. You will need to be ready to book the second that spots open for the year!
A proper Tennessee family restaurant with big portions, cheap prices, and lots of old dudes chain smoking. I loved it :)
Great little local coffee shop
Sadly, this place is now EXTREMELY touristy. You will be bustling and fighting your way past hundreds (yes, hundreds) of selfie-stick waving tourists stampeding their way to get the perfect shot of themselves teetering on the edge. I'd give it a miss to be honest and check out an alternative like Goosenecks State Park.
Super weird that there is just a hut on the side of the road where you can see and even hold baby gators. Kind of fun though!
Ok it's not the yummiest thing in the world (Coney Islands are definitely one of those things that just appeal to the folks that grew up with them, like Cincinnati Chilli or Chicago Deep Dish), but it's a truly awesome classic roadside stop in a beautiful part of the world. They don't make places like this any more and we need more of them!
Booked a creek side spot but wasn’t allowed to take it because I had a child with me. Says child friendly on major booking sites. Main hotel is dated. For an independent hotel they’ve done a great job making it feel like a soulless chain.
Great little coffee shop and laundry spot.
One of the more down to earth places in town. This is a basic but solid little diner/breakfast spot with a southern twist. Friendly folks. Shows another side of Marfa than the usual artsy stuff.
Sadly it was closing just as we arrived but it looked like a cool little stop and I hear the burgers are solid.