Joint project of the United States and Mexico, Amistad (friendship) Dam impounds the Rio Grande just below Devil's River. Access through Amistad National Recreation Area.
This the U.S. portion of the International Amistad Reservoir. Boating, waterskiing, fishing, birding, camping, hiking, swimming and archaeological sites are attractions. Some of the oldest pictographs in North America are in this area. Boating, camping and hunting fees apply. Other fees may apply...
Devils River's large size and remoteness support day hiking, primitive camping, mountain biking, horseback riding, kayaking/canoeing, fishing and guided rock-art and bat-flight tours by appointment. Advance preparation is a must. Overnight reservations for limited primitive camping or rustic bunk...
Visit the downtown area with its historic buildings, churches and homes dating from the 1800s, including the 1887 courthouse. See the historic acequia system (irrigation canals) still in use. A walking tour brochure is available from the chamber of commerce.
Dedicated to life and legends of the frontier Southwest, this museum includes a rustic structure that was an early trading post. Includes 2.5 acres and 13 exhibit sites. Judge Roy Bean (see LANGTRY) and his son are buried on the grounds. Open 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tue.-Sat. and 1-5 p.m. Sun. Admission...
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