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Community of Dryden, Texas - Junction Highway # 349
North 60 miles to community of Sheffield, Texas. North to community of Dryden, Texas. North to Fort Lancaster Texas State Park. The park offers exhibits on history, natural history, and archaeology; nature study on a nature trail; historic ruins; and picnicking.
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Photo - Texas Pecos Trail National Scenic Byway Highway Trail Sign
The highway at this point is called the Texas Pecos Trail National Scenic Byway.
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Point of interest.
Prairie Creek crossing.
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12.5
View from highway.

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16.1
Roadside highway turnout.
North side of highway - Picnic tables, shelter, no toilets.
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33.0
View from highway.

22.2
35.8
Point of interest.
Crossing Lozier Canyon, Texas.
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40.6
Junction Ranch Road #1865.
North to community of Pumpville, Texas.
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40.7
Point of interest.
Entering Val Verde County West County Line
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Point of interest.
Crossing Antonio Creek, Texas.
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44.9
Roadside highway turnout.
North side of highway. Rest area - picnic tables, shelter, no toilets.
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56.9
View from highway.

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Point of interest.
Crossing Osman Canyon, Texas.
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Junction Highway #25.

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South access to community of Langtry, Texas.
South 1 mile to Judge Roy Bean Saloon & Museum, Texas.
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64.3
Roadside highway turnout.
South side of highway - No services.
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81.6
Access to roadside turnout.
Historic marker, picnic tables.
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Point of interest. - Photo View from highway Looking at the Pecos River
Crossing Pecos River, Texas.
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89.8
Roadside turnout.
North side of highway - paved, view area.
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90.5
Roadside turnout.
South side of highway - paved, scenic overlook.
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Junction #67 Park Road
Access to Seminole Canyon Texas State Park, Campground & Historical Site. Travel across the Chihuahuan Desert Wilderness passing jagged canyons to where the Pecos River flows into the Rio Grande. Natural rock shelters carved on canyon walls along the river were once inhabited by prehistoric people. Distinctive ancient symbols were painted on walls as evidence of their existence. Walk the rugged landscape; climb down into the canyons to see the renowned pictographs. Camping: Facilities include the park interpretive center, with exhibits relating to the history of the canyon area, campsites with water and electricity; picnic sites, restroom with showers.
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93.3
Tasajilla Cactus.
Photo taken from Seminole Canyon State Park Campground.
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View from side of highway.
Seminole Canyon Texas State Park Campground.
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Point of interest.- photo from Canyon State Park Campground
Bake oven used by the Southern Pacific Railway for railroad construction workers in 1882.
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Seminole Canyon, Texas.
Photo from Seminole Canyon Texas State Park, Campground & Historical Site
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Seminole Canyon, Texas
Photo from Seminole Canyon State Park, Campground & Historical Site
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Seminole Canyon, Texas.
Photo from Seminole Canyon State Park, Campground & Historical Site ( painted distinctive ancient symbols on the walls )
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Point of interest.
Crossing Seminole Canyon, Texas.
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Point of interest.
Crossing Cow Creek.
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105.1
Access to RV Park & Campground.
West side of highway.
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Junction #1024 Farm Road.
Services at West side of highway. North to community of Pandale, Texas.
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Community of Comstock, Texas.
Services at highway - East side of highway.
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108.0
Junction Highway #163.
40 miles North to community of Juno, Texas. 83 miles North to community of Ozona, Texas. ( 'Biggest Little Town in the World,' )Attractions in Ozona, Texas: Crockett County Fair Park & Convention Center - Crockett County Heritage Appreciation Monument - Crockett County Museum - David Crockett Monument.
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Vehicle Inspection Point.

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Roadside turnout.
North side of highway - Paved, no services.
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121.8
Point of interest.
Crossing Evans Creek, Texas.
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Junction Highway #406.
Access to Amistad National Recreation Area. Camping: The National Park Service operates four campgrounds at Amistad National Recreation Area. Developed campsites include a covered picnic table and a BBQ grill. Utility hook-ups and showers are not available. Vault toilets are provided at all campgrounds and day use areas.
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Point of interest.
Crossing Evans Creek, Texas.
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View from highway.

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Point of interest. - Photo Looking at The Amistad Reservoir ,Texas
Crossing Amistad Reservoir (Rio Grande River).
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136.5
View from side of highway.
Photo Looking at The Amistad Reservoir ,Texas
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Access to Amistad Picnic Area.
Access to Spur #349.
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139.9
Access to Amistad National Recreation Area.
North side of highway - services at highway, fuel.
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140.6
Access to RV Park.
South side of highway.
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141.1
Access to Lodging.
North side of highway.
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142.3
Access to Blackbrush Point.
Amistad National Recreation Area, Texas.
88.5
142.5
Access to Campground.

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143.6
Access to RV Park.
South side of highway.
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Access to Lodging.
North side of highway.
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147.3
Junction Spur #454.
Access to Amistad National Recreation Area.
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Junction Highways #277 & #377.
North to communities of Los Campos, Texas and Loma Alta, Texas. North to Community of Sonora. Attractions in and around Sonora: Caverns of Sonora - Eaton Hill Wildlife Sanctuary - Sonora Veterans of All Wars Exhibit - Sonora Walking Tour.
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View from highway.

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Access to RV Pumpout.
North side of highway.
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Amistad National Recreation Area Headquarters.
North side of highway.
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City of Del Rio, .Texas - Photo Del Rio, Texas welcome highway sign
Northern limits. Attractions in and around Del Rio: Amistad Nat'l Recreation Area 277 North - Camping - Ciudad Acuna, Mexico - Devils River State Natural Area - San Felipe Springs and Moore Park - Val Verde Winery - Del Rio Walking Tour - Del Rio Whitehead Memorial Museum.
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Del Rio , Texas Chamber of Commerce.
South side of highway - Visitor information center and sewage dump station.
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Junction Highways #277 & #377 & Spur #239.
Gibbs Street. South via #277 to Eagle's Pass, Texas . South to Laredo, Texas. Attractions in and around Eagle's Pass Texas: Fort Duncan Museum - Piedras Negras, Mexico.
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Start / Finish of Travel Guide. - Se
For continuation of Highway U.S. Highway # 90 east, see MileByMile.com - Texas U.S. #90 - Del Rio to Uvalde. Texas Road Map Travel Guide Del Rio to Uvalde for driving directions