Amistad National Recreation Area is a unique oasis in the desert that sits within a transition zone between major life and climate zones, and features diverse flora and fauna species that make the park a lovely RV destination. Located near Del Rio, Texas, on the US-Mexico Border, this recreation area is easily accessible by RVs, trailers, and cars, and features paved and gravel roads that make navigation a breeze. Amistad derives from the Spanish word meaning friendship.
Over 70 campsites within five RV campgrounds are available at Amistad National Recreation Area, all of which are available on first-come, first-served basis only. No reservations are accepted, but the campsites are open year-round. You’ll find a picnic table and fire grill at all the campsites in the park, but only one campground has potable water. There are no RV hookup options at the park. Other amenities available include vault toilets, trash cans, restrooms, and a picnic shelter.
Bring your adventure to life as you engage in a wide variety of recreational pursuits at Amistad National Recreation Area, including wildlife and bird viewing, fishing, and hunting. The park is a boater’s paradise too. If you enjoy water skiing, scuba diving, or swimming, then you’re covered. Come along with your camera to take beautiful photographs of the park’s features.