Offered near the campground.
Advanced riders should check out the 9.5mile Big Loop Trail, which starts near the Kiowa camping area the cuts through rugged b...Read more
Use the boat ramp at Lake Copper Breaks to launch your canoe or kayak for a day of fun on the water.
If you’re not heading out on a canoe or kayak to see what you can catch, trying fishing from the pier on the southeast side of ...Read more
Copper Breaks State Park offers a number of trails for those looking to get out and hike! Here you'll find a trail system that'...Read more
Take your horse out for a scenic ride on the Equestrian Trail at Copper Breaks State Park. You’ll pass through prairie, wetland...Read more
Cool off after a hike with a dip in Lake Copper Breaks. Here you'll find a designated swimming area, but be prepared as no life...Read more
You’ll find a great array of natural beauty and wildlife at Copper Breaks State Park. Birders should be on the lookout for road...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Big Pond Equestrian Campground.
The vibe at Big Pond Equestrian Campground
Drop some Big Pond Equestrian Campground knowledge on us.
I actually stayed at one of Group Campsites within the Equestrian Campground. The views were amazing! Each site has its own picnic table and fire ring, and the designated equestrian sites have water. The sites within the group camping area are nestled back a bit from the roadway in a cluster. They're actually each very private and I highly recommend booking them individually, if possible. They're separated enough that each feels like its own site. They're only grouped together by a small 'shared' area in the center. You're not able to drive up to these sites, so a bit of walking is required. There's plenty of site options for the equestrian sites and each boasts it's own unique view of the surroundings. Super stoked I made the trip out.