city in and county seat of Reeves County, Texas, United States

Pecos is a town in the Trans-Pecos region of Texas. The town claims to have been the site of the first rodeo, on July 4, 1883.

Get in


By car

  •   89 mi (143 km) east of Van Horn and 39.5 mi (63.6 km) west of Monahans. Pecos is accessed through Exits 37-52 of I-20.
  •   3rd St & old US Hwy 80 serves as a business route of I-20 through Pecos. Road goes from Exit 37 to Exit 52 of I-20.

By bus

  • Greyhound Lines, (bus stop) Sunoco/Stripes at 4101 S Cedar St (Cedar St (US 285) and I-20 at Exit 42), toll-free: 1 800 231-2222. Greyhound travels along I-10/20 between El Paso and Dallas/Ft Worth through Van Horn, Pecos, Midland/Odessa, Big Spring, Sweet Water and/or Abilene. Passengers going towards Alpine or Marfa on US Hwy 90 can transfer to All Aboard America buses in Midland/Odessa whose tickets are booked on As this is just a pick-up and drop-off point, tickets should be purchased beforehand online or over the phone.

Get around


Locally-grown cantaloupes

  • Alfredo's Restaurant, 1002 S Cedar St, +1 432 445-7776. Good Tex-Mex in a modest atmosphere. Try the fajitas.
  • Old Mill BBQ & Burritos, 1318 S Eddy St, +1 432 447-6106.
  • Golden Palace, 707 S Cedar St, +1 432 445-9889.


  • VIP Sports Bar & Grill, 1330 E 3rd St, +1 915-316-3867. Tu-Su 5PM-2AM.



Go next

Routes through Pecos
END ← Jct W   E  W   E  MonahansOdessa
RoswellCarlsbad  N   S  Fort StocktonJct  
END  N   S  → Jct W   EFort DavisMarfa

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