3 Parks near Quanah, Texas
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Quiet, underutilized for my benefit, happy to say. Rural and somewhat remote, peaceful and restful. Visited previously, we go out of our way to stay here. A great place to unwind. Today there are five times more campers than I have seen here before, and the park is quiet! Of course we love the voices of happy children! Lot spacing is spacious with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is gravel and grass, featuring a fire ring, picnic table and patio. - MyVoice
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Price does not include the $2/pp per day fee. Loved the teepees over the picnic tables. Each site also has grill and fire pit. Everyone was back in and it was open on the sides which didn't matter to us since no one was parked right beside us. Could imagine it feeling crowded if our neighbor spots were full. All the 'furnishings' were out back; may want to find a site with bushes to isolate you from your neighbors. International Dark Sky certification is reason enough to travel out of the way for this park. Sitting out at night, we heard lots of animal critters; so much so that we had to put the dogs back inside since they were a bit freaked. The hiking was spectacular. Very clean and quiet park. Only 2 Verizon bars. - MichelleKry
Sep 2015 - $20.00
We camped in site 25 (water and 50A electric) at Copper Breaks State Park. Site 25 is very private, but door faces west. Nice little state park. We have stayed here before. No shaded RV sites. - drfife
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Made reservations via phone, simple and easy. Received a confirmation email shortly after making reservations. Called back to extend the stay by one night and that was easy as well.
We stopped here to visit some friends who live near Altus, OK on our journey to Colorado, so this location was perfect. The lots are level with gravel. Some trees were close, but sites were workable for a 40' motorhome with slides on both sides. Staff was friendly.
The pool didn't look like it had been cleaned in a while, but the rest of the grounds were well kept. It's far enough off US287 that I didnt' notice too much road noise.
Would stay here again given the opportunity. - W0GER
Jul 2016 - $29.00
This is a really nice basic park. it is clean, well maintained and easy to access. It has both 30 and 50A service at most sites. It has not turned into a"man-camp" as most of the oil patch campgrounds have. I have used this park 2 - 3 times a year for the last 4 years and have nothing negative to say about it... We will continue to stop there in our travels across northern Texas, down 287.... - John and Vikki
Jul 2016 - $29.00
First impression - quiet, set back from road, well cared for.
Tasks handled smoothly - Registration by phone by a well-spoken person.
Site plainly marked for us to easily find if we arrived when office was closed.
Onsite handyman adjusted the power pedestal for us.
Easy set up.
They mentioned a train would sound its horn as it passed a nearby crossing but we didn't hear it. - AIRSTREAM1165
Oct 2013 - $15.00
Off US Hwy 70 behind a great steakhouse by same name (open Fri and Sat only). Clean,wide grass and gravel sites with Mesquite trees (not much shade). Note: there are NO showers or rest rooms. Call ahead to see if they have any space as there is nothing else close by and they occassionally fill with workers. Cash only. Managers are very nice and helpful. Actual address is 10085 W Hwy 70, email: email@example.com - horsefolk