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Del Rio is the county seat of Val Verde County, Texas and it was first settled when a hacienda was constructed in the area around 1862. A town began to emerge around 1871 and was named “San Felipe del Rio” (Saint Philip of the river) because locals believed that Spanish explorers had conducted a mass there in 1635 on St. Philip's Day.

RV rentals in Val Verde County are your best bet for finding the RV make and model that perfectly suits your vacation plans. Guests coming here should consider exploring a few other nearby communities too. Ozona is referred to as the "Biggest Little Town in the World" and was named for its high quantity of open air or “ozone.” Sonora is the site of a museum about Will Carver, a member of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch; Carver was shot and killed by the sheriff of Sonora in 1901. Leakey is a popular tourist destination and uses tourism to finance much of its economy. Uvalde is the southern limit of the Texas Hill Country and is known as the Honey Capital of the World for its production of huajillo (a mild, light-colored honey). Your Del Rio travel trailer rental is your invitation to visit Del Rio and Val Verde County.

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The Great Outdoors

Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site sits on land that was purchased from private owners between 1973 and 1977; it was opened to the public in 1980. The area was inhabited as early as 12,000 years ago, but it wasn't until much later (7,000 years ago) that the inhabitants began painting the walls of caverns. Hundreds of pictograph caverns have been discovered with artwork ranging in complexity, but the exact meaning of the artwork is unknown. Guests visiting the park can camp at a number of sites ranging from primitive to full hookups and amenities, as well as go hiking and biking. Hiking in the canyon area is only allowed with a guide, and guests can take guided group tours of the area.

Rough Canyon Recreational Area is a part of the Amistad National Recreation Area, Texas, which is open 24 hours a day, year-round. Visitors can hike and boat within the park, but use of the lake requires a pass. Camping is allowed, and there are visitors' centers where guests can have their questions answered. The centers are open during normal business hours most days of the week. Park your Del Rio RV rental nearby, and you can retire to a hot meal between your adventures.

Kickapoo Cavern State Park is located on the southern Edwards Plateau. It was purchased in 1986 by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and partially opened to the public in 1991. Full public access was granted in 2010. The park's main focus is on the caverns and bat population that lives in them; guided tours of the caverns are available (unaccompanied access to the caves is not allowed to protect the caves, bats, and guests). Visitors can also hike or bike the trails that extend for miles throughout the park, one of which has a panoramic view of the park to the southwest.

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There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds in the area surrounding Del Rio, and some of them may have long-term guests. Your Del Rio camper rental is your guarantee of a vacation that will be both relaxing and enjoyable.

Hidden Valley RV Park is a semi-cultivated RV campground that rents sites by the day, week, or month. Most sites are sheltered by a tree canopy and have full hookups and cable TV. There are laundry facilities, a lounge area, and Wi-Fi on-site.

Exploring The City

Guests visiting Del Rio for the first time should start by checking out a local art gallery that offers cooking classes in its on-site kitchen as well as various art forms like quilting, photography, and more. One local museum has guided tours with knowledgeable staff; it focuses on the city heritage but has some exhibits focusing on the Cuban missile crisis of the 1960s. A local outfitter offers guided kayak tours of nearby Devil's Canyon and fishing can also be enjoyed on the river. And don't forget to take your Del Rio motorhome rental for a spin out on the local highways while you're here.

Del Rio has some good restaurants to choose from. One local Vietnamese restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and has a large open dining area with a relaxing ambiance. The menu is limited but has vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Takeout is available, so guests can head back to their Del Rio luxury RV rental and enjoy delicious food under an open Texas sky.

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