September 1, 2018
Meyers Spring, a major source of water in dry west Texas, has been a center of human activity for thousands of years. At the Spring, ancient people left Pecos River-style rock art. American Indian artists later recorded images of European contact over the older paintings. Still later, the Seminole Scouts and local ranchers left their marks. This site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 and today is privately owned. The Witte Museum thanks the landowner for their stewardship of this unique cultural resource and for graciously providing access. The Witte Museum is pleased to invite you to tour this very important rock art and historic site.
All participants of Witte Museum Rock Art Foundation tours and events must complete the Liability Release Form before participating. Please read this carefully. Your Guide will have a form for you to sign when you arrive for your tour.
By signing this form and participating, you also confirm that you have read and will abide by the Tour Guidelines and Expectations.