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 of marking) :-) The park host Dennis and his wife were welcoming and very helpful.... 更多
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) it had availability and 3) it is listed as an International Dark Sky Park, so... 更多
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 everyone's safety and enjoyment. Really, a modern-day hero. The Park is quite buggy, though.
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 your flat repair kits with you as there are a lot of grassy trails with... 更多
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 levels. Our girls love the back lake.
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 of them are suitable for large RVs. You can also tent camp or hike to... 更多
We needed a change of scenery break so we headed to west Texas. We drove through this park and enjoyed the beauty of nature. The day we arrived was a free entrance day for people who had never been here before. Just past the entrance station we were greeted by a local roadrunner. I love these birds. We weren't camping... 更多
This park was very easy to pay late at night when we arrived. Just put payment in the envelope and head to a site. Comanche section has electric and water. Bathrooms were open (no code or key), they were clean and the showers had hot water. Being a random Tuesday in Feb, every other site was vacant. The next morning... 更多
We stayed here for one night the first week of November. Every site had hornets nests in the picnic covers. The hornets were horrible as they were everywhere. The park is small, but the sites are level and there is a lot of grass. We would not stay here again during the same time frame due to the hornets. Although... 更多
We were here in a 36' Class A motor home during an ice storm this Thanksgiving. It was really lovely but cold. Very exciting. This is a lovely place to spend a holiday. Quiet and great trails for hikers, bikers or horses. Level sites, nice restrooms and nice Park personnel. This time of year you have to check when parks... 更多