PLEASE BE PREPARED: THE DEVILS RIVER IS REMOTE
Del Rio, Sonora and Rocksprings are the nearest cities with food, water and fuel.
This race is 1.5 - 2 hours from any of these towns. Lunch will be provided to runners and guests for a donation of $10 in advance (or $15 day of) so please RSVP in advance through the registration site so that we have an accurate head count. No other meals are provided, so please be prepared to gas up, buy/bring food for yourself (and any guests) and pack plenty of water.
We’re beyond appreciative of our generous lodging partners! This destination race could not be possible without their support.
In the event that all of these locations are fully booked, please see a list of other Del Rio local accommodations here.
FINISH LINE DESTINATION
McKenna Ranch was established by Patrick McKenna in 1880. Four generations later, it's still in the family. This historic ranch is a rock hunter's paradise - full of a variety of fossils , flint and petrified wood. It's a perfect place to come and enjoy the blessings of this pristine environment on 2,400 acres of mountains, canyons, and beautiful meadows.
THE LODGE AT SANDER'S POINT
"BROOKE'S BLOSSOMS" TO DONATE 15% BACK TO HELP KIDS WITH CANCER
The Sanders family first purchased the property in 1941 as a working dude ranch. In 1970, the Amistad Dam was built and Lake Amistad was filled. Laguna Diablo Resort was opened in 1977 and operated by the Sanders Family until 2013. In 2015, Bert and Cindy Becker purchased the property and have reopened as The Lodge at Sanders Point.
RAMADA BY WYNDHAM DEL RIO
NEAREST HOTEL IS APPROXIMATELY 1.5 HOURS FROM RACE
Off Highway 90, this straightforward hotel is a convenient place to stay since it is at a good location in the city of Del Rio. The morning breakfast at the restaurant is excellent and made to order. It is only a short 5-minute walk from Plaza Del Sol Mall
and only 2 miles from the
DEVILS RIVER STATE NATURAL AREA
STARTING LINE DESTINATION
In southwest Texas, far from all cities and most people, lies one of the most pristine rivers in Texas. Clear spring-fed water tumbles past rugged ridges, scenic canyons and brushy banks. It’s not easy to get here, but it’s worth the effort.
Advance reservations are highly recommended.