Near Del Rio, on the border with Mexico, Amistad National Recreation Area preserves a large reservoir with a variety of fun things to do, including fishing, swimming, scuba diving, camping, bow hunting, bird watching, canoeing, kayaking and hiking. Amistad Reservoir is renowned as an outstanding largemouth black bass fishing reservoir and hosts more than 180 bass tournaments a year.
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