DILLEY, TEXAS
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Dilley is on the Missouri Pacific Railroad and Interstate Highway 35 sixteen miles southwest of Pearsall in far southern Frio County. The community was originally called Darlington, after a local landowner who settled in the area in the mid-1860s. The settlement was established on the International-Great Northern Railroad from San Antonio to Mexico, completed during the early 1880s. At the time Darlington had a general store and several dwellings. The community was sometimes called Ford because of a nearby Frio River crossing of an old Spanish trail, known as Rocky Ford. The I-GN built its first railroad depot, siding, and stock pen near the crossing.
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Dilley Area Campgrounds
2e Rv Guest Ranch Resort
810 Farm Road 470 Bandera
Creek Hollow Rv Park
40970 Farm Road 3159 Canyon Lake
Lake Pointe Resort
2140 Lakeland Drive Canyon Lake
Dilley Area Day Trips
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