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Copper Breaks State Park

RR 2 Box 480, Quanah, TX 79252
+1 940-839-4331
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Great little park!

Took our Fifth Wheel out for Father's Day weekend. Nice little area to swim in the lake. Kids (8... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
PalouCope
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Hereford, Texas
via mobile
A great state park to visit!

I camped one night in the non-electric area. Very beautiful area with shade trees and close to the... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2017
ohiobirder
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Cape Town, South Africa
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A small, beautiful park named after the pockets of copper deposits scattered throughout the area: great for horseback riding, hiking, swimming and fishing.
  • Excellent26%
  • Very good46%
  • Average21%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible0%
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“dark skies” (2 reviews)
“tent camp” (2 reviews)
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RR 2 Box 480, Quanah, TX 79252
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Took our Fifth Wheel out for Father's Day weekend. Nice little area to swim in the lake. Kids (8 &10) really enjoyed themselves! Hiked the .7 mile Juniper Ridge Nature Trail, beautiful views and neat formations. Nice quiet weekend getaway. Beautiful night sky for stargazing.

Thank PalouCope
Reviewed 5 May 2017

I camped one night in the non-electric area. Very beautiful area with shade trees and close to the lake. Toilet and showers available. Trails were nice and the park was overall well maintained and clean. A lot of birdlife around as well with Chuck-will's-widows and...More

Thank ohiobirder
Reviewed 3 May 2017

This park is in a dark sky location in Texas and there are star parties (observation) certain times of the month part of the year. Entrance fee is 3 or $4 per person. There are tent, RV, equestrian and water only campgrounds. The water only...More

Thank Sarracenia
Reviewed 17 March 2017 via mobile

In addition to the regular camp spots this park has Equistrion camping with plenty of trails for hikers, mountain bikes & horses. The trails range from easy to more difficult for the experienced hiker. This park is regarded as a dark skies observation park, means...More

Thank Rusty C
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Absolutely one of the best SP we've stayed at. It is a LONG drive, in rather remote country but TOTALLY worth the time in the car. All the trails are marked (though we've figured out what makes one more challenging than another is the degree...More

Thank Katty F
Reviewed 26 July 2016

We spent the July 4th holiday weekend at Copper Breaks. It was one of the only parks I could get a reservation at that wasn't completely booked. I picked it for a few reasons: 1) it was within a 3+ hour drive from DFW 2)...More

3  Thank Bella1949
Reviewed 14 June 2016

There was an unfortunate event at the park and this Park Ranger was just awesome. Professional, kept his cool, smart man. He was dedicated to helping the children here. I sure wish I had gotten his name. He went out of his way to ensure...More

2  Thank wearytraveler082
Reviewed 7 May 2016

This park was a stopover on the way to Palo Duro Canyon. I'm glad we did. Like most Texas state parks, facilities were a little dated but maintained. There were plenty of bike trails that an average adult on a mountain bike can navigate. Take...More

Thank mcr0
Reviewed 16 April 2016 via mobile

If it's trails, fishing, camping, cookouts, or just relaxing it is all here. We have taken several trips to the State Park as a family. I would recommend it to any nature lover. Different levels of camping and hiking trails are available for different skill...More

Thank Vanessa H
Reviewed 31 March 2016

There are lots of different things to do in the park--you can hike or bike the trails, paddle your kayak or canoe around the lake, even ride your horse if you have one. There are 24 camp sites with electricity and water and a few...More

Thank Dennis M
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AmaBikerChick
Hi, what would you like to know about this attraction? Are the roads in the park paved? My husband and I would like to ride the motorcycle through the park. Are the roads suitable for a nice ride?
6 February 2017|
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Response from Katty F | Reviewed this property |
The roads are paved. However, they only go to the camping areas. The rest of the park is accessible by hiking, mountain biking (challenging) and that's about it. The terrain is rocky and the park host is in the process of... More
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itzmeclandin
Does a non resident need a fishing license to fish?
22 May 2015|
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Response from Glen M | Reviewed this property |
You can fish for free in any state park in Texas. No license is needed. Enjoy the fishing.
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