Events

May 2016

May 7 End Date

StarWalk

Copper Breaks State Park
Naked eye tour of the night sky over Copper Breaks State Park followed by a closer look through telescopes and binoculars. Sun Fun, solar viewing, at 5:00 p.m. StarWalk at 8:00 p.m.
May 14 End Date

A Walk on the Beach

Copper Breaks State Park
Juniper Ridge nature trail hike emphasizing the geology of the unique Copper Breaks region of Texas. In the Permian period, the area that is now the park was once an inland sea. part of the ancient beach is preserved in the park.
May 21 End Date

Volunteer Guided Trail Hike

Copper Breaks State Park
Take a hike guided by one of our volunteers and regular park visitors. Scout leader, hiking enthusiast, and ham radio operator Jamie Slaugenhoop will lead a guided hike starting at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 21,2016, after "Meet the Longhorns:

June 2016

Jun 4 End Date

StarWalk

Copper Breaks State Park
In its 21st year, the StarWalk is a naked eye tour of the night sky over Copper Breaks State Park followed by a closer look through telescopes and binoculars. Copper Breaks is an International Dark Sky Park. The June StarWalk begins around 8:30 p.m.. Sun Fun, solar observing, is at 5:00 p.m.
Jun 18 End Date

Flag Day Remembered

Copper Breaks State Park
The Quanah chapter of the American Legion will present a demonstration of proper flag etiquette for raising, lowering, displaying, caring for, and respectfully disposing of the American flag at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday June 18, at 3:00 p.m.
Jun 25 End Date

Copper Breaks Zombie Hike

Copper Breaks State Park
Day hike at 3:00 p.m. and night hike at 7:00 p.m. Get in on the survival craze while avoiding the zombies. As we explore the park we will apply our outdoor survival skills to make it through the apocalypse and avoid the zombie horde. No zombies or campers will actually be harmed in this activity and all zombies are gluten-free.

July 2016

Jul 2 End Date

StarWalk

Copper Breaks State Park
The StarWalk starts with a naked eye tour of the night sky over Copper Breaks State Park followed by a closer look through telescopes and binoculars. Copper Breaks is an International Dark Sky Park. Sun Fun, solar observing, 5:00 p.m. StarWalk 8:30 p.m.
Jul 16 End Date

Youth Angler Day

Copper Breaks State Park
July 16, 2016 Fishing for children through age 13. Short program on safety and fish identification, followed by a youth fishing tournament.
Jul 30 End Date

Primitive Weapons Competition

Copper Breaks State Park
Compete for bragging rights with atlatl, bow and rabbit stick.

August 2016

Aug 6 End Date

StarWalk

Copper Breaks State Park
In its 21st year, the StarWalk is a naked eye tour of the night sky over Copper Breaks State Park followed by a closer look through telescopes and binoculars. Sun Fun, solar observing, is at 5:00 p.m. and the StarWalk starts 8:15 p.m. Copper Breaks State Park is an International Dark Sky Park
Aug 20 End Date

What's A Ranger Have in his Bag?

Copper Breaks State Park
Ranger Carl Hopper will present this popular program. The ranger's bag holds many wonders and bits of nature.

September 2016

Sep 3 End Date

StarWalk

Copper Breaks State Park
In its 21st year, the StarWalk is a naked eye tour of the night sky over Copper Breaks State Park followed by a closer look through telescopes and binoculars. Copper Breaks is an International Dark Sky Park. StarWalk is at 7:30. Sun Fun, solar observing, is at 5:00 p.m.

October 2016

Oct 1 End Date

StarWalk

Copper Breaks State Park
The StarWalk is a naked eye tour of the night sky over Copper Breaks State Park followed by a closer look through telescopes and binoculars. Copper Breaks is an International Dark Sky Park. Sun Fun, solar observing is at 5:00 p.m. The StarWalk is at 7:00 p.m.
Oct 15 End Date

Masonic Family Picnic

Copper Breaks State Park
Annual picnic held by area mason's lodges for area masons, their families, and prospects; all park visitors invited.
Oct 22 End Date

Mythunderstanding

Copper Breaks State Park
Ranger Carl Hopper presents and explains myths and misunderstandings about wildlife

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