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Copper Breaks State Park, Quanah

#114 of 219 in Nature in Texas
Must see · State Park · Nature / Park
Copper Breaks State Park is a state park in Hardeman County, Texas, located approximately 12 miles (19 km) south of Quanah, the county seat. It covers 1,898.8 acres (768.4 ha) and contains two small lakes and 10 miles (16 km) of trails.

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  • There are a good 5-6 trails in the state park with 10-15 miles of trail to be hiked. They range in difficulty from easy to moderate. There is some elevation gain at spots and they offer some good...  more »
  • We love this park! Not huge, which gives all who do not require hookups some privacy. We have been there. In hot weather and were early last year for the ice storm. Always enjoy it. The park staff.....  more »
  • It is such a great park. The stars were so beautiful last night. The space is great for our camper it is level. No fire was ever in the park even when the news was saying that we were here camping and enjoying ourselves.
  • We came here in hopes of seeing the dark sky (moon was too bright), and were still pleased with the park despite not seeing the stars. We stayed in the Comanche Site (electricity and water hook-ups), and were shocked at how quiet it was even with campers running, children, families, and radios going. It is absolutely peaceful and worth the trip from Fort Worth. The trails offer beautiful views of Mesas, the lake, native plants, and calming quiet. The gift shop doesn't have postcards (very small and quaint), but they offer other gifts and a free museum (which we loved). We will absolutely be back as this park is worth the 3 hour drive. My only complaint is the conditions of the restroom. They had toilet paper, pretty clean toilets, and working hot showers. They did not have a soap dispenser (bring your own into the restroom), paper towels, and one shower sprayed all over the place.

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