• Del Rio-Acuna Tours

    US 90 W Del Rio, TX 78840 United States - Phone: 915-775-6484,800-525-3386
    Five and a half hours of historic Del Rio and Ciudad Acuna, Mexico, start at 10:30 a.m. daily.
  • Val Verde Winery

    100 Qualia Drive Del Rio, TX 78840 United States - Phone: 830-775-9714
    This is the oldest winery in Texas, started in 1883 by Frank Qualia, an Italian immigrant, and still operated by the Qualia family.
  • Lake Amistad Resort & Marina

    US 90 West, HCR Del Rio, TX 78840 United States - Phone: 830-774-4157,800-255-5561
    Lake Amistad is the perfect family destination for houseboating. You can also rent fishing boats, deck cruisers and ski boats - so mo matter your desires, they got a boat for you. Plus, the full-service marina caters to your every need with fuel, supplies and a retail store for those last minute vacation items.
  • Seminole Canyon State Historical Park

    Take US 90 east about 45 miles to Park Road Del Rio, TX 78837 United States - Phone: 432-292-4464
    In the canyon of this 2,173-acre park Fate Bell Shelter that contains some of North America's oldest pictographs--some believed to be painted 8,000 years ago and considered by many experts to be among the most important rock art finds in the New World. Early man first visited this area 12,000 years ago, a time when now-extinct species of elephant, camel, bison, and horse roamed the landscape. Hiking, mountain biking, camping, historical study, and nature/interpretive attractions are enjoyed.
  • Del Rio Council for the Arts at the Firehouse

    120 East Garfield Del Rio, TX 78840 United States - Phone: 830-775-0888
    This building actually was Del Rio's original firehouse, city hall, and jail. The Firehouse Gallery brings to town a variety of touring and local art exhibitions throughout the year. Hours are Tuesday-Friday 10:00 am-5:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am-2:00 pm. Guided tours are available.
  • Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar

    2205 Veterans Boulevard Del Rio, TX United States - Phone: 830-768-1300
    Casual dining restaurant, by consistently providing guests with outstanding service and great-tasting food. Their menu includes steaks, sandwichs and burgers, salad, and weight watchers.
  • Luby's

    2211 Avenue F Del Rio, TX 78840 United States - Phone: 830-768-0434
    Both kids and old folks love Luby's. Catering to an older clientele that has become health conscious, Luby's serves fresh fruit and salads, sugar-free Jell-O and puddings, broiled fish, roasted meats, some steamed vegetables and smaller food portions on the bargain-priced Luann platter. (They'll give you the calorie breakdown upon request.)
  • Adrian J. Falcon Gallery

    301 East Garfield Street Del Rio, TX 78840 United States - Phone: 830-775-9852
    Studio Arts is Del Rio's first private gallery. It is set in a historical landmark building in the center of Del Rio and San Felipe Texas. The gallery specializes in "cutting edge art" by Contemporary Modern Artists on an international level.
  • Ross Building Emporium

    800 South Main Street Del Rio, TX 78840 United States - Phone: 830-774-0962
    Stop by for an old fashioned ice cream soda, coke float, or a real fountain drink! They make all of the ice cream treats with Blue Bell Ice Cream. They also serve specialty coffee drinks and Italian sodas, such as frozen cappuccino or frozen lemonade. Other items available include Lammes Candies, children's games, and scrapbooking supplies.
  • Amtrak

    100 North Main Street Del Rio, TX 78840 United States
    America's only express train serving destinations nationwide.
  • Fort Clark Springs Association

    Highway 90 West Del Rio, TX 78832 United States - Phone: 830-563-2495
    Serves as a site for recreation. Facilities include a military museum, 9 and 18-hole golf courses, a giant spring-fed pool, tennis courts, nature trails, bird sanctuary, and many other amenities. Guests can pull into the RV park, camp on the grounds, or stay in historic stone barracks, now converted into a motel with modern facilities.