2013 Airex Concord
2013 Airex Concord
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Located on the outskirts of Del Rio in Texas, the Broke Mill RV Park is in the ideal spot to explore both the Rio Grande and Amistad Reservoir area. This large RV camping site has just about everything you could wish for when on a motorhome camping vacation. Every one of the campsites has full hook-up, with electrical, water, and sewerage connections, for a home away from home level of comfort.
No matter what size of rental RV you have, you'll find space at the Broke Mill RV Park. Every site is over 40-feet wide and 70-feet long, plus there is even more room for your towed car if you brought one. The whole campground is also covered by high-speed WiFi for streaming your favorite TV shows. But camping with an RV is not about sitting indoors watching TV, and here you'll be too busy with all the events anyway! On-site is a large event center where the campground owners run regular entertainment shows and RV rallies.
During the daytime, take advantage of the large swimming pool, patio area, or fitness room. A purpose-built building houses the restrooms, showers, and extensive laundry facilities. This is a dog-friendly RV park, with an enclosed 100-foot dog park, and a separate dog-walking area.
On the other side of Broke Mill RV Park is a birdwatching area. The area is not only great for getting out and exploring the countryside, but also discovering historic cities such as San Antonio, where you can visit the famous Alamo.
When you book an RV in Val Verde County, the choice of things to do is enormous, with Amistad Reservoir, many state parks, and easy access to explore Mexico.
Located in the heart of the Amistad National Recreation Area, Amistad Reservoir provides an oasis in the center of this desert area. This vast expanse of water was constructed by damming the Rio Grande and Devils River in 1969 to form the 65,000-acre lake. Many water-based activities are available on the lake, from power-boating, swimming, and fishing to water-skiing and scuba diving.
For boating, there are over 115 miles of lake and river to explore, but if you don't have your own boat, rentals of jet skis and kayaks are available at the marinas. Boat launch ramps are situated at several places around the lake, including the Southwinds (US Air Force) Marina, where you can also buy gas.
The lake is an excellent fishing location with good stocks of black bass and catfish. Regular tournaments take place throughout the season, and if you need a little help with your skills, there are plenty of fishing guides to help.
Hiking is a great way to see so much more, and in the Amistad National Recreation Area, there are several trails from the short 1.5-mile Sunrise Nature Trail to the much longer Figueroa Trail System that covers large areas of the northern shore of the lake.
If you just want to relax, then swimming is permitted in the lake, with water temperatures reaching around 86 degrees in the height of summer. Also, there are eight picnic areas along the shoreline, plus it's an excellent spot for birdwatching and photography.
If you visit the Amistad National Recreation Area, then be sure to search out the 4,000-year-old Native American Rock Art. Some of the sites are only accessible by boat, but Panther Cave, some 40 minutes from the visitor center, has guided tours.
Nearby is the Seminole Canyon State Park, where you can view evidence of cave dwellers through the pictographs drawn on the stone walls of Seminole Canyon. Guided tours are arranged of the sites, allowing you to not only understand their meaning but also get the most from your visit.
Take your RV rental on the short drive into Del Rio, and you can pick up all your daily essentials from one of the numerous grocery stores or discover a great restaurant, with the choice extending from Chinese to Mexican and beyond.
While in Del Rio, definitely pay a visit to the Whitehead Memorial museum if you want to learn more about this fascinating region. Opened in 1962, the museum is a complete Pioneer Village, with original historical buildings that bring your visit to life. Inside each of the buildings are artifacts and memorabilia from the early days of the area, and flowing behind the museum grounds is part of the San Felipe irrigation canal that was built in 1871.
Every year in April, the Cajun Fest is held at the museum. This fundraising event features excellent live music, and an all you can eat buffet of crawfish, shrimp, catfish, and jambalaya, what's not to like!