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If you're on the road to the Copper Breaks State Park or urban destinations in northern Texas like Wichita Falls, pausing your journey to rest at Ole Towne Cotton Gin RV Park is worth considering. The quiet atmosphere, accessibility of the campground, and the range of amenities and variety of motorhome camping options all make staying here a comfortable proposition. Open full hookup sites or sites under partial shade are available with 20/30/50 amp service. Maximum site length is 85' and sites are slide-out friendly. Bring your pets; the dog park is a nice place for them to roam.
Camping with an RV at Ole Towne Cotton Gin RV Park also lets you connect to cable TV and wireless internet so you can stay in the loop while on the road. Laundry and bathhouse facilities are available, and there's a swimming pool if you want to take a refreshing dip. For milestone occasions or large gatherings, the Cotton Gin Great Room is available for rental. Before venturing out of the campground, check the convenience store for provisions. Then hit the open road and embrace the surprises that await at every turn.
You don't have to venture far from town to cast out a line. At the nearby Lake Pauline, the 600-acre impoundment of the Wanderers Creek hosts largemouth bass, crappie, and striped bass, which can be fished from a boat when the lake is not at normal pool. If you're willing to look elsewhere, the Red River, which separates Texas from Oklahoma, is a plumper fishing ground for trophy catfish in spring and summer. From your campsite at Ole Towne Cotton Gin RV Park, saddle up and put on your helmet for a ride down to the Red River.
You wouldn't think that the Texas Panhandle would have an International Dark Sky Park, but go to the Copper Breaks State Park, and you'll marvel at how brilliant the night sky is at the park. Star parties are scheduled monthly from April through November, but you can always set up camp here with your Quanah camper rental and look up at the Milky Way, no telescope necessary, to be awestruck.
The Copper Breaks are also a fantastic place to encounter wildlife. Set amidst the rugged beauty of a mesa dotted with mixed grass and mesquite, the park is home to roadrunners, meadowlarks, cardinals, and a host of other avian residents. Mammals appear in the early morning or late evening, and some of the residents spotted in the park are bobcats, armadillos, and coyotes.
Not too many places in the Lone Star State maintain a herd of Texas Longhorns and relics of living history, but at the Fort Griffin State Historic Site in Albany, you'll see not only one of the state's iconic symbols but also ruins at the fort like barracks, sergeant’s quarters, and a mess hall. From 1867 to 1881, Fort Griffin served as one of the many western defensive forts in the Southern Plains. Sink a line in the river for catfish, hike the nature trails, or time your visit during one of the park's monthly stargazing events. If you plan to stay awhile with your rental RV from Quanah, you'll find full hookup sites with access to restrooms and showers.
With a state park nearby and abundant fishing opportunities on the Red River, enrich your Quanah experience with a historic walk around town. Book an RV rental in Hardeman County and take your rental motorhome for a walk back in time. The Hardeman County Museum, housed at the former county jail built in 1890, makes a fitting first stop for any visitor to Quanah to learn the history of the town. It's a Texas Historic Landmark, with its upper-floor cells left intact.
The Hardeman County Courthouse was built in 1908 in the Beaux-Arts style and is another structure not to be missed. It serves as an anchor of the town's historic district that includes other noteworthy landmarks like the Quanah Acme and Pacific Depot Museum and the First Presbyterian Church of Quanah.
To see Quanah's (named after a Native American chief) links to its archaic past, you only have to venture a few miles out of town in your campervan rental to see the Medicine Mounds, a group of dolomite hills that rise gently above the surrounding plains. Considered by the Comanche Indians as sacred, the mounds (which are within private property) can be viewed from a vehicle.
So when you’re searching for a pet-friendly campground near the Texas Panhandle, rent a camper near Ole Towne Cotton Gin RV Park and enjoy a comfortable home away from home as you journey through north-central Texas. You just might be coming back here time and again.