Beautiful Places for Holiday Vacation in Comanche County Texas

The purpose of this website is to tell you all about Comanche County, a hidden gem in the state of Texas, that is perfect for your next vacation.

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We need to warn you ahead of time that Comanche county is a well-kept secret. There is not much traffic, lots of fresh air, and millions of stars to be seen at night (you really need to go to Proctor Lake.) Once you add in some art, abundant history, and delicious food, you have the perfect trip in your near future.

So, take a look around our places to see and things to do for Deleon and Comanche, plan on what you want to experience, and we will see you when you get here!

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Artist Feature/ Carla Landreth

By: Sierra Dyson Author and filmmaker Carla Landreth is a native of De Leon, Texas which is located in Comanche County. Landreth began writing at a very young age. In high school, she won a contest for creating a commercial jingle. By the time she graduated DeLeon High School, Landreth was a published author winning … Continue reading Artist Feature/ Carla Landreth

Comanche County Pow Wow

By: Brandon Mangan If you live anywhere near Comanche County, you’ve probably heard about the annual Pow Wow. You’ve likely attended it and come away better for it. You’re likely going to be going again this year (for good reason). If you haven’t been, this article is for you. I’m going to tell you and … Continue reading Comanche County Pow Wow

Artist Feature/Rick McNutt

By: Sierra Dyson Rick McNutt, a resident of Comanche County, is an outstanding artist and woodworker who builds low-income housing for homeless birds. He does not call them bird houses. Because, according to him, that is what old retired people do.   He has lived in Comanche for about five years and is the 5th … Continue reading Artist Feature/Rick McNutt

The Peach and Melon Festival in De Leon, Texas

One of the oldest festivals in Texas…. By: Brandon Mangan For nearly one hundred years, the first week of August has meant the same thing in De Leon, Texas. For one, it means that thousands of pounds of watermelons are about to be devoured. Peaches too. There’s going to be a parade. Beauty pageants. Judging … Continue reading The Peach and Melon Festival in De Leon, Texas

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