Copper Breaks State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 63
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 30
About: Activities include camping, picnicking, boating, fishing, mountain biking, swimming, wildlife viewing, backpacking, kite flying, summer educational/interpretive programs, horseback riding (horse rental not available), astronomy, and natural and historical exhibits. A portion of the official Texas longhorn herd is maintained at the park.
Facilities include restrooms with and without showers; campsites with water; campsites with water and electricity; equestrian campsites with water; a primitive camping area; a group camp area with campsites with water; a group picnic pavilion with adjacent group picnic area; a meeting room (use times negotiable; 35 person capacity); picnic sites; a swimming beach; a boat ramp; a boat dock; a fishing pier; a trailer dump station; playgrounds; an interpretive center; and 2 lakes (60 acres and 10 acres). The park has 10 miles of trails: 9.5 miles for back packing, 9.5 miles for mountain biking and equestrian, .5 mile nature trail, and all 10 miles may be used for day hiking.The equestrian camping area has campsites and two, 5-foot tying rails. Equestrian enthusiasts can enjoy a 9.5-mile, round-trip trail over varying terrain. There is a large parking area and water available for horses. Water and restrooms are nearby. Nature and historical books, sodas and ice, firewood, limited fishing supplies, and souvenirs are available at the Texas State Park Store. Horseshoes, basketball, and volleyball equipment may be rented at park headquarters during office hours. Honor boxes, located at park headquarters and each restroom, collect entrance and camping fees after hours.
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