• View of Indian Cliffs from the Devils River.

    Amistad

    National Recreation Area Texas

Park Statistics

Please see Frequently Asked Questions for information about Amistad Dam, Amistad Reservoir, and Amistad National Recreation Area.

 

Recreational Visitors

  • 1990--1,306,474
  • 1991--1,215,691
  • 1992--1,559,659
  • 1993--1,505,084
  • 1994--1,591,903
  • 1995--1,422,321
  • 1996--1,238,990
  • 1997--1,084,433
  • 1998--1,129,811
  • 1999--1,164,166
  • 2000--1,234,506
  • 2001--1,097,650
  • 2002--1,047,784
  • 2003--1,071,199
  • 2004--1,445,772
  • 2005--1,399,852
  • 2006--1,599,271
  • 2007--1,734,200
  • 2008--1,980,717
  • 2009--2,573,966
  • 2010--1,574,322

Did You Know?

American and Mexican bronze eagles monument ontop the Amistad Dam.

Lake Amistad is a binational reservoir shared by the U.S. and Mexico. The international boundary is marked with buoys up the middle of the Rio Grande channel. The word Amistad is Spanish for the "friendship" between the two countries.