27 sites · RVs40 acres · Comanche, Comanche
ABOUT THE PARK
This campground currently offers 26 spacious sites, 12 of which are pull-through. Included in these sites are both 30- and 50-amp hookups, water, sewage, WIFI, gorgeous sunrises, and sunsets. Other amenities include a pet area, children’s playground, fishing, hiking, picnic areas, fire rings, a full kitchen available for special events (located in the office), detached bathroom and shower facilities, ice machine, outdoor and indoor TV, communal area with smoker, gazebos and outdoor games.If you have any questions about amenities that are available please contact the office.
THINGS TO DO NEAR COMANCHE
Enjoy the quiet beauty of central Texas at our beautiful campground. While you'll have plenty of time to relax and take in nature with your friends and family, you also have plenty of fun attractions to visit and spend time on during your stay.If you need some inspiration on what to plan for your outing, our handy attraction guide will show you some of the best things to do in the area. Feel free to give it a look.
•Lake Proctor State Park
If you are hoping to surround yourself with outdoor fun, your attention should turn to Lake Proctor first. While not the deepest lake by any means (Proctor's depth is around 34 feet), it's one of the most massive lakes near Comanche, making it a hotspot for summer tourism.
•Wineries, Vineyards, and Breweries
Comanche is a central location for excellent drinks and nightlife. Whether you want to have a cozy romantic getaway with your loved one or you want to taste as many unique flavors as possible, Comanche has a drink experience for you.
•Par Country Club
1658 Hwy 2861 Comanche, TX 76442 (254)879- 2296
You don't need to 'rough it in everything you do when you're camping. The Par Country Club offers a fulfilling game of golf. There are 18 holes and they have golf cart rentals. Book a tee time today!
•Comanche County Historical Museum
402 Moorman Rd, Comanche, TX 76442 (325)356-5115
You can learn about a culture from its roots, and the best way to appreciate what Comanche County has become is by learning its history at the local museum. Read the stories of the pioneers who settled here, and gain further appreciation for their legacy.
RESTAURANTS NEAR COMANCHE, TEXAS
•Los Juanes Mexican & BBQ
•Cook's Fish Barn