Lonesome Dove Rv Ranch

Address: 4832 W Highway 90, Del Rio, Texas, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 4832 W Highway 90, Del Rio, is near Amistad National Recreation Area.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lonesome Dove Rv Ranch Del Rio

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Del Rio

Seminole Canyon State Park

A travel blog entry by monique_roch on Feb 27, 2015

1 comment, 42 photos

... of feet long. Although numerous figures or motifs are repeated in different locations, the exact meaning of the paintings is buried with the people who painted them. The first known European in this area was Castano de Sosa, who set out from Monciova, Mexico, in 1590 and traversed much of present Val Verde County en route to New Mexico. The U. S. Army was the first American presence in the Lower Pecos. In 1851, ...

Short Trip to Del Rio

A travel blog entry by wjvins on Jul 01, 2013

9 photos

... lunch and beginning of our planned Trip. We have been planning for a year.

Had a great breakfast with local folks sitting next table asking many questions about our trip.

We were all sad to hear about the 19 fire fighters killed in Arizona fighting wild fires. Prayers for their families.

Had a pleasant ride to Del Rio along fields of corn, sorghum and ...

Was that really so long ago?

A travel blog entry by billandteena on Apr 13, 2013

30 photos

... birds abound. Did I mention our first day here with temperatures
topping out at 102*, then waking-up to a bone chilling 48* in the
morning! Just the way that the desert has been described in it's
beauty and it cruelty in any Cormac McCarthy book. ( I just finished
his, Blood Meridian, about the eradication of the decedents of the
cavemen who's paintings are all that is left here.)

We planed for two, maybe three ...

Seminole Canyon State Park

A travel blog entry by travelingcircus on Dec 02, 2011

... desert and it was beautiful. We made camp early enough that we took the bikes out for a 6 mile ride down to the Rio Grande River and our first view of Mexico. All I can say is no one would be crossing the border there. Huge cliffs and deep, fast moving water. Actually a good international border I would say. Next stop Big Bend National ...

Seminole Canyon State Park

A travel blog entry by socks on May 26, 2010

9 photos

Jagged canyons have cut through the Chihuahuan Desert wilderness out where the Pecos River flows into the Rio Grande. People of antiquity once lived in these natural rock shelters carved into the canyon walls by the river and subsisted on many of the same arid-adapted plants and small animal species that inhabit the canyon today. They left behind a record of their existence through colorful art rock panels, bits of ...

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