Lonesome Dove Rv Ranch

  Esperamos que disfrute de su estancia aquí en Lonesome Dove RV Ranch. Estamos cerca de un taller de reparación de RV y el Lago Amistad se encuentra a tan sólo 4 kilómetros de distancia! Usted puede relajarse aquí y disfrutar de la pesca también

Welcome to Lonesome Dove RV Ranch


There is never a dull moment!

If you get bored in Del Rio, you'll be bored anywhere! Thousands of Winter Texans come back year after year to re-experience the friendly people, the warm and arid climate and the nonstop activities that are available. Tours of the Border Patrol, Immigration Services, Customs Operations, Laughlin Air Force Base, Amistad Dam and others can keep you running for weeks. Whitehead Memorial Museum is in Del Rio as is the Val Verde Winery, Texas' oldest winery.

Alamo Village, the home of many movies, including John Wayne's "The Alamo", is in nearby Brackettville. Seminole Canyon State Historical Park at Comstock is the home to hundreds of North America's oldest rock-paintings, some dated at over 4000 years. The Judge Roy Bean Visitor Center in Langtry is more than a visit to the past. This restored property of "Law West of the Pecos" tells a Texas tale that is both unique and entertaining. And getting there over the Pecos High Bridge on US 90 makes it even more interesting.

Del Rio's numerous city parks, their Council for The Arts at The Firehouse, the Creek Walk and San Felipe Springs all vie for your time and attention but for the outdoor person, Amistad National Recreation Area is a spectacle all its own. Thousands of acres of clear water, hundreds of miles of shoreline and a symbol of two nations' friendship, Amistad is a treasure for all to enjoy.

Let's not forget about hopping across the border at Del Rio International Bridge. One of the quickest crossing points on the Rio Grande, whether walking or driving, it takes you directly into sister city Ciudad Acuña, Mexico. The old Mexico charm is everywhere, the Acuña people are gracious and helpful and English spoken almost everywhere. you'll find yourself going back again and again.

And then there is Old Historic Del Rio...Founded in 1871, but really coming to life after railroad was completed in 1883, the old downtown district is full of historic buildings and sites. Walking and driving tour maps are available at the Chamber of Commerce.

We could go on, but you probably are getting the point...never a dull moment!!!