Welcome to Del Rio, Texas, just a heartbeat from the crystal clear waters of Lake Amistad. Del Rio has more to do and see than any other city along the Rio Grande. Del Rio is only 150 miles to the West of Del Rio and 150 South of San Angelo. Enjoy a leisurely drive, arrive on Amtrak Sunset Limited or fly into the Del Rio International Airport aboard Continental Airlines.
Make a big splash at Lake Amistad. Its vast waters and dramatic shoreline provide a paradise for fishermen, boaters, divers, skiers and boaters. There are many outstanding camp grounds waiting to serve you along with campsites on Amistad National Recreation Area.
Let Del Rio warm you heart and soul with beautiful blue skies, clean air and an average year-round temperature of 80 degrees as you explore Del Rio’s attractions. If you are a history buff or just love to explore, you will enjoy the dozens of ancient petroglyphs, created over 4,000 years ago just 45 miles west of Del Rio at Seminole Canyon State Historical Park. Take a tour offered at the White Shaman Preserve by the Rock Art Foundation. The history of Judge Roy Bean, “The Law West of the Pecos” , the Opera House and the Jersey Lilly Saloon is located 60 miles west of Del Rio in Langtry. The burial site of Judge Roy Bean and his son Sam are on the Whitehead Memorial Museum grounds located on South Main in Del Rio.
Explore Del Rio at Val Verde Winery, the oldest bonded winery in the state, stroll into the Laughlin Heritage Foundation Museum, Whitehead Memorial Museum or along San Felipe Creek. Del Rio offers unique shopping and dining experiences and the first Friday of each month enjoy the Art Walk sponsored by the HeART of Del Rio. There is a wide choice of accommodations so make your plans to Explore Del Rio for a week, a week-end or a day.