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Oh God. This has gotten a little bit out of control. Wanna see lights? Look up. The stars are incredible and you can see millions of them. I’ve been there many times and I’ve never really seen anything substantial.
Thinking about going...do it! I have never been to a darker spot with amazing star gazing. Couldn't have ever imagined this nighttime sky. Just advise you to dress for the cold desert air in the winter months. Did I see the Marfa lights....I think I...More
I was so excited to see “the lights”I think the atmosphere was perfect ( extremely cold) The first night the lights were very active.We even saw the lights dance around.We also saw a bright red light.The second night the lights were not quite as bright...More
We stopped here in October of 2018 hoping to see the Marfa Lights. We didn't see anything, but I am glad we stopped. It's a nice platform in the middle of nowhere. There was plenty of parking - but it was super dark out there,...More
This is a perfect place to come and watch the Marfa lights. Bring a folding chair and get there before sunset. The lights are not visible every night, so you may go and see nothing. I was very lucky because the night I went they...More
While driving down the I-90 my friend and I (believe this or not) were followed by these mysterious lights for a good 30 min. After, we lost our $&@! we discovered this happens frequently and there is a place in TX that was built for...More
There is only one (expensive) hotel in Marfa. You can not see the lights unless you go out the highway about 3 miles to the pavilion built for the viewing. Ambient light will diminish the far off flashes to the point that... More
There is only one (expensive) hotel in Marfa. You can not see the lights unless you go out the highway about 3 miles to the pavilion built for the viewing. Ambient light will diminish the far off flashes to the point that they will not be visible.
We stayed in an RV park close to the state built pavilion.