We chose WIldhorse, when the park accommodations proved full in the busy weeks near Spring Break/Easter. As it turns out, we were much happier to be here - in what felt like our own cabin in the wilderness, with very nice views and open space.
We stayed in Cabin #1, which faces southwest, looking over the Christmas mountains from its covered porch veranda. (The porch is a great place for morning coffee or sunset beers!)
The Cabin comes with 2 bedrooms, a full kitchen, bath and living area. The decor is either dated or kitschy, depending on how you interpret wood paneling, burgandy polyester duvets and carpet that leans toward shag. I understand the trailer units may be newer. This suited us just fine. Slightly funky, highly functional. Would probably be great for a family, or budget travelers. (If you want high-end linens and room service, wine and chocolates and jacuzzi tubs - you may want to consider Lajitas....and I'm not sure you'll get it their either!)
It was relatively clean and bright. Kitchen was fully functional with full size refrigerator, range etc.. and even an outdoor grill.
It was a great homebase for exploring the park - about a 15 minute drive to Terlingua/Study Butte and the West park entrance. Close to "town" without any of the noise and without neighbors on the other side of the wall. Very private. Little groups of quail and the occasional road runner in the mornings.
Louise, the owner of Wildhorse Station was warm and friendly over the phone and very accommodating when we had to change our dates slightly only 2 weeks out.
The price doesn't reflect the luxury level, in this case, but the privacy and proximity to the park.
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