From the Folks in Comanche:
"Experience captivating Comanche through our eclectic cuisine, fine wines, great hunting and even better shopping. Comanche is a progressive community with a cherished past."
Abilene: 80 miles; Ft. Worth: 120 miles; Austin: 150 miles.
Nestled in the hills of Central Texas, Comanche boasts of antique and gift shops, great restaurants, an art gallery, museum, library, Texas-grown pecans and more, with more than 120 rooms available for overnight stays.
Browse antique shops, enjoy great cuisine and the revitalized historic downtown. Comanche County Museum
is a great attraction for families. Listen for the train at the Comanche Depot, placed on Texas’ Most Endangered Places list in 2007
. Show off your golf skills at the beautiful 18-hole course overlooking Lake Proctor where you’ll also find great fishing, camping and water sports. Hunting is terrific for deer, quail, dove and wild turkey.
Restaurants: Cook’s Fish Barn
Barnie McBee North Central Texas Regional State Championship BBQ Cook-off, Comanche County Pow-wow
, Deer Hunter Chili Supper, Cora’s Christmas all within 10 miles.