“with an offical texas longhorn herd”
Activities include camping, picnicking, boating, fishing, mountain biking, swimming, wildlife viewing, backpacking, kite flying, summer educational/interpretive programs, astronomy, and natural and historical exhibits. A portion of the official Texas longhorn herd is maintained at the park.
Super nice park rangers there. Not a huge place for hiking or exploration, but nice if you just want to relax. Windy too, so be prepared for that.
My husband, my dog, and I took a road trip to Yellowstone in May of 2015. We tent-camped along the way and one of the state parks we camped at was Copper Breaks. We stayed at the top of the canyon and it was beautiful and peaceful. The tent sites are well maintained and they are close to a bathroom. There was much birdlife in the park. We saw and heard so many bobwhite quail, a roadrunner, lark sparrows, rufous-crowned sparrows and many others. Watching the sun come up over the canyon was spectacular.
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Copper Breaks State Park
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