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Amistad National Recreation Area, Texas

Let’s all just take a minute and say ahhhh while we think back on our first true friend. Focus, don’t think about the time they filled your Oreos with toothpaste. Just the warm and fuzzies. That is Read more...
Let’s all just take a minute and say ahhhh while we think back on our first true friend. Focus, don’t think about the time they filled your Oreos with toothpaste. Just the warm and fuzzies. That is how we feel about Amistad National Recreation Area, which represents the amistad (friendship in Spanish) between Del Rio, Texas and Ciudad Acuña in Mexico, who share the 65,000-acre Amistad Reservoir. The waters are one of this area’s biggest attractions and popular activities here include swimming, waterskiing, boating, fishing and even scuba diving - if you happen to be a pro, there is an extensive system of underwater caves just waiting to be explored! Any art enthusiasts out there? The 4,000 year old rock art, that adorns many of the rock shelters and walls is definitely a sight worth seeing. Thanks to its designation as a “recreational area”, bows and shotguns are permitted certain times of the year to hunt deer, turkey, rabbit, antelope, hog and quail. If you visit in the fall, be sure to look out for the thousands of gorgeous monarch butterflies making their 3,000-mile migrational journey from Canada to Central Mexico!
Governors Landing Campground
Thirsty after a long day of exploration? Well you’ve chosen the right place, so come ready to wet your...
Rock Quarry Group Campground
Just west of Highway 90 on the west coast of ‘Murica’s side of the Amistad Reservoir, Rock Quarry...
San Pedro Campground
Located on the south side of Amistad Reservoir, you’ll be just a hop, skip and a jump (or maybe just a...
San Pedro Group Campground
Come see what life on the peninsula is all about at this quiet hideout on the southeastern banks of...
Spur 406 Campground
On this quiet northern corner of the Amistad Reservoir, you’ll enjoy some much needed peace, quiet and...
277 North Campground
Nestled stealthily away in the San Pedro Canyon, near the banks of Amistad Reservoir’s southeastern...
277 North Group Campground
In the bureaucratic nightmare that often is the world we live in, there are really only two things you...
Rough Canyon Campground
The farthest north of the campgrounds at Amistad, you’ll have to swim into the mouth of the devil to...
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