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It’s a great place to go with friends or family for a swim, picnic, boat ride, or even water sports. There are Alligator Gar in the lake which are creepy looking and can get 6+ feet long easy but they are harmless to humans. Lots...More
We love this area Seminole Canyon Stat Park Indian rock art tour is amazing. food in area is also Great people are friendly also when in the area drive to Comstock and eat at J&P Bar and Grill their is not a better Hamburger in...More
Had a quick stop off here. There are some fantastic views and you can easily walk around there. I did see people swimming but cannot comment as to the temperature of the water. There were lots of places in the shade and grills set up...More
Even though I went in winter, it was still all really beautiful. It was great to think about how could see Mexico just on the other side of this body of water. I would definitely like to go back for a swim in warmer weather.
I travel all over Texas, and yesterday was in Del Rio. What a gorgeous place Lake Amistad is. Rough and rocky terrain, lots of cactus, and then this crystal clear huge body of water. Primitive campsites with grills, some scattered restrooms and lots of beautiful...More
For some reason my car's GPS had a hard time finding the visitor center, but it really is on HWY 90 W about 20 minutes south of Comstock. I was delighted to finally find it and the ranger at the visitor center gave me a...More
Yes. It was formed by the construction of Amistad Dam under international agreement between the US and Mexico. U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and Mexican President Diaz Ordaz dedicated the dam in 1969. Purposes were... More
Yes. It was formed by the construction of Amistad Dam under international agreement between the US and Mexico. U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and Mexican President Diaz Ordaz dedicated the dam in 1969. Purposes were drinking water supply, irrigation and flood control on the Rio Grande.