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Reeves Co.
30.88 North
104.75 West

(Reeves County)
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  1. Balmorhea State Park
    Toyahvale, (Reeves County)
    Topic: Parks / State Parks
    Located on 45.9 acres in the foothills of the Davis Mountains, This large springfed pool is a must see oasis in the West Texas Dessert. From here, drive up the Davis Mountains to Fort Davis and McDonald Observatory. San Solomon Springs has provided water for travelers for thousands of years. Artifacts indicate Indians used the spring extensively before white men came to the area. In 1849, the springs were called Mescalero Springs for the Mescalero Apache Indians who watered their horses along its banks.

  2. Toyahvale - TexasEscapes.com
    Toyahvale, (Reeves County)
    Topic: History / Local
    History, locator map and photographs of this community located South of Balmorhea

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