Devils River State Natural Area

Devils River State Natural Area


Location:45 miles north of Del Rio Road and 22 miles off US 277.
Facilities:Primitive campsites, group camp (with bunkhouses, dining hall with kitchen, and conference room), hiking trails, bike trails, hand launch boat ramp, restrooms, showers.
Activities:Backpacking, camping, canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, nature study, guided canyon tours.
Special Features:The natural area is large and remote, with access to the river by hiking, biking, or park tour only; no vehicle access is permitted. The river is wild and rugged with long, deep pools, wide shallow areas, and deep turbulent rapids. Visitation of archeological pictograph sites is permitted on a pre-approved basis only.
Address:HC 01, Box 513
Del Rio, TX 78840

Phone:830-395-2133
Web: www.tpwd.state.tx.us/spdest/findadest/parks/devils_river
Size: 19,989 acres.

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43"W), Devils River (Rio Grande drainage, Val Verde County, near the Devils River State Natural Area, 29[degrees]54'02.
seminolus was collected from Val Verde County, Devils River State Natural Area, Dolan Springs on Dolan Creek (29[degrees] 53.
We wish to thank Bill Armstrong and Jim Finegan from Devils River State Natural Area for their help and support in field studies.
On 7 July 1998, a single male Nycticeius humeralis was collected from Val Verde County, Devils River State Natural Area, Jose Maria Spring on Dolan Creek.