• Sierra del Carmen

    Big Bend

    National Park Texas

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    Extreme water shortage throughout park. Visitors are limited to 5 gallons per day, and are encouraged to conserve further when possible. Please consider bringing your own water to the park.

Big Bend National Park Phone Numbers

The phone numbers on this page are intended as a general reference when planning a trip. For more information on services outside the park, please contact any of the local information resources.

Area code—432

General Numbers | Visitor Centers and Ranger Stations | Concession-operated services | Medical Services | Local Information Resources

 
General Numbers

National Park Service (general information)

477-2251

Big Bend Natural History Association
(seminar programs and books sales)
477-2236

Big Bend/Forever Resorts, Inc. 477-2291
(concession facilities and services) 477-2292




 
Visitor Centers and Ranger Stations
Castolon Visitor Center 477-2666
Castolon Ranger Station 477-2225
Chisos Basin Visitor Center 477-2264
Chisos Basin Ranger Station 477-2392
Panther Junction Visitor Center 477-1158
Persimmon Gap Visitor Center 477-2393
Rio Grande Village Visitor Center 477-2271
Rio Grande Village Ranger Station 477-2356
 
Concession-operated services
Chisos Mountains Lodge
lodge and restaurant facility
477-2291
477-2292
Chisos Basin Store 477-2291
Castolon "La Harmonia" Store 477-2222
Panther Junction Store & Service Station 477-2294
Rio Grande Village Store & Service Station 477-2293
 
Medical Services
Emergencies in the park 9-1-1
or call 477-2251, and at the menu, press 9.
Lajitas Clinic
(Lajitas; 41 miles)
424-5111
Big Bend Regional Medical Center
(Alpine; 100 miles)
837-3447
Pecos County Memorial Hospital
(Fort Stockton; 127 miles)
336-7044
 

Did You Know?

Cavalry camp at Glenn Springs, 1916

The May 5, 1916 raid on the communities of Glenn Springs and Boquillas, Texas by Mexican raiders led to a second American expeditionary force into Mexico to rescue two American captives. Today, the site of Glenn Springs is accessible via a primitive dirt road. More...