Not a lot to do in terms of organized activities, but they have a nice buffalo herd. Interesting programs in summer.
Driving to Copper Breaks SP from Dallas, I spent several hours on the road, knowing I'm taking a risk but hoping for the best. Seeing any animals could have provided that. Unfortunately, nothing of that sort happened. The only trace for animals were the many dead turtle armors, that were to be found at large numbers close to the ponds.... More
One word DROUGHT.The park itself is very nice,when it has water.It has not had rain in a long time.Last years drought just about killed it!If we ever have a good wet spring and summer it will be a awsome little park again..
Not a bad stay 3-25-12. No rangers on duty and it was a weekday? Little water in lake, trails very poorly marked and no one to give guidance? Longways of the main highway. Overall would not and did not stay here on return trip.
just nature at its best. so different really enjoyed it.
Was a so so visited, wasn't excited about anything at the park, wasn't disappointed. I guess I would say if you drove that far, see it... if you don't have to make the trip.. then I wouldn't.
Our family went tent camping and completely enjoyed the trip. The park is out of the way so don't expect to stop at a Walmart or pickup firewood on your way. The staff was very friendly and the visitor center was above average and kept our kids attention better than most. Lots of hands on animal bones, furs, etc. We... More
We have never camped just have visited a few times. Nice people and Buffalo to see.
We stopped by Copper Breaks while exploring the area. This state park is a gem encompassing pretty rolling hills and bluffs near the wide, seasonal Pease River. The helpful staff directed us to the Juniper Ridge Nature Trail for the best look at the rock formations which give the park its name. This .5 mile trail starts with steep steps... More
The staff at this park are very nice and helpful. The park is clean and nice. It is very out of the way but if you are up this way a nice stay. We camped over night and had the whole park almost to ourselves. We picked a spot at the highest point over looking the beautiful scenery near the... More
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