Broke Mill RV Park

Address: 6069 West Highway 90, Del Rio, Texas, 78840 , United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 6069 West Highway 90, Del Rio.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Pets allowed

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBroke Mill RV Park Del Rio

        Reviewed by danielle100957

        Très bel endroit

        Reviewed Sep 6, 2013
        by (6 reviews) Laval , Canada Flag of Canada

        Camping très propre, bien aménagé avec un personnel accueillant et des prix très abrodables.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Broke Mill RV Park Del Rio

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Del Rio

        Austin to Del Rio

        A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 28, 2014

        1 photo

        ... As we headed south the countryside became drier and stonier and the road more and more remote. Hardly any traffic at all anymore and then we reached Rockville. A desolate dead town with no reason to get out of the car. Arrived in Del Rio which was surprisingly civilised and a larger town than expected. Drove to look at the ...

        Short Trip to Del Rio

        A travel blog entry by wjvins on Jul 01, 2013

        9 photos

        ... Very cool weather.

        Saw windmill farms on distant hills that were quite impressive.

        Bummer, was told that we had to move our bikes from the protective lobby entrance to the parking lot, Fire Lane. Hope Hail will not come our way. Richard and I have protective covers for half the bike. First time in all my stays at Hiltons, I have to move bike, Manager said ...

        Was that really so long ago?

        A travel blog entry by billandteena on Apr 13, 2013

        30 photos

        ... of Brownsville
        at the mouth of the Rio Grande) on the 3rd of March and
        working our way up the RGV we turn the page to the western half of
        the state on April 9th! Little markers on the bigger
        stage. I would guess that we are right on schedule for where we are!

        One more word on the rain. Though we
        saw rain far to the south in Mexico the other night, none has fallen
        on us. Most of the ...

        Mexico crossing!

        A travel blog entry by catndeano on Nov 04, 2011

        10 photos

        4th Nov. cont.

        We then continued on to Del Rio. Here we fuelled up again and stopped at Amistad Recreation Area where we did a short walk to view the lake and then shortly afterwards, made another stop at Amistad Dam. In the middle of this dam is the border of Mexico and the US. We had been told by a park ranger that if ...

        Seminole Canyon State Park

        A travel blog entry by socks on May 26, 2010

        9 photos

        ... fibers preserved for thousands of years by the arid desert climate.

        Over 4,000 years ago, they painted distinctive ancient symbols on the walls of their rock-shelters. The canyon walls themselves served as blank canvas. They obtained everything from nature – variously colored minerals for paint pigments, animal fats and urine for binders, shells or flat rocks for palettes, and fibrous plant leaves for ...