Nice and quiet campground, friendly staff at check in. Large camp site enough room for motor home and tent.
Went for a camping weekend with friends. My family had a tent. Hers had a pop-up. We must have picked the worst weekend for cedar pollen. We were all sneezing so much that we left early. The shades for the tables were cute until you realized that there were bats hanging in the top, so that whatever you put on... More
We stopped copper breaks as it was the halfway point for us from Dallas on our way to Palo Duro. Located just south of Quanah, which has plenty of good history itself, Copper Breaks is a quiet secluded park. The tent camp sites are decent and have plenty of cover and within easy walking distance to restrooms. The trails are... More
Thought I'd check out this park while in Quanah for business. The park ranger allowed me to drive through and provided a map with information about the park. It was a beautiful park with very well kept camping, picnic and activity areas. I look forward to coming for a weekend when I can stay and enjoy the trails and do... More
We really like the isolation of this park. It is usually not crowded. It has some great fishing spots, we caught our limit. Hiking was fun but bring water! You will not believe the west Texas sky at night. Come for the Star walk. It is a guided tour of the night sky with telescopes set up.
This is a very nice park that is far away from the city lights so the stars are plentiful on clear nights. We arrived on a Thursday and there were only 3 other RVs who left on Friday, so we had the park to ourselves. Later on Friday about 15 RV arrived so we weren't alone. There are many hiking... More
This is a great little park hid away in the valley about 12 miles south of Quanah. Camping sites provide restrooms. There a two lakes for fishing along with biking and hiking trails. If you want to do cross country running, trails can be used for this. The headquarters has a nice little museum for viewing the history of the... More
The last time we were out at the park, we took our nieces and nephew with us. They had a great time feeding the longhorns and playing around the water. We've been hiking with our preacher and his wife, camped with a group of our kid's friends, it's a nice little park, great staff. Beautiful view of the night sky.... More
My family and I camped for two nights. The park's strengths: very enjoyable and well marked hiking trails, family atmosphere, friendly registration, longhorns on site, the Kiowa (non-electric) sites were very shaded, the lake was lovily and peaceful. Flushing toliets throughout the park, so hiking is more enjoyable. Comanche sites were level and accomodated large tents (possibly several at each... More
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