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Old 11-01-2016, 09:08 AM   #1
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Copper Breaks State Park, Texas

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Old 11-02-2016, 10:56 AM   #2
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Re: Copper Breaks State Park, Texas

Been up and down 287 a bunch but I don't think we ever stopped there. Been wondering myself...it's in about the right spot for a stopping place for us headed west.
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Old 11-02-2016, 11:19 AM   #3
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Been up and down 287 a bunch but I don't think we ever stopped there. Been wondering myself...it's in about the right spot for a stopping place for us headed west.
We're booked for a few days later this month.. will give a report
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Re: Copper Breaks State Park, Texas

I'll be looking foreword to the report.
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Sorry for the delay

but we went camping again after we got back...

Here are some photos from the park...

Very nice place, quiet and off the beaten path.. We plan on going back...


Well can't load photos because I'm blocked from deleting old photos...
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I'm thinking about going to Palo Duro in early April. I was looking for other parks in the area and this one came up. Is it worth stopping at for a couple of days?
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I'm thinking about going to Palo Duro in early April. I was looking for other parks in the area and this one came up. Is it worth stopping at for a couple of days?
Not super familiar with the state parks in the Amarillo/Lubbock but I can tell you that Palo Duro Canyon is beautiful. Make sure your there to take in the play "Texas" in the outdoor canyon. Awesome!
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Thanks for the info.

I just reread my post and it's a little unclear. I meant to say, is Copper Breaks SP worth the stop?
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Old 01-17-2017, 04:26 AM   #10
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I can highly recommend the park, the onsite museum is really nice and the night sky (International Dark Sky) is remarkable... We were there for the Super Moon in November and plan to return soon for a dark of the moon trip..

Along with this park I can recommend Caprock Canyons SP as well.. Both are unique and well worth the visit..
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