Situated within minutes of the charming town of Comanche, Texas, Comanche Hills is centrally located among several major metropolitan areas, including Forth Worth and Austin – thus, the entertainment, attractions, and conveniences of the big city are never far away. Live surrounded by the peace and quiet of pure country living, while being close to modern conveniences that you family craves. There’s no better place to experience a relaxed country lifestyle, close to the big city, than at Comanche Hills!
Nestled at the tip top of the Hill Country, Comanche is a town steeped in heritage and history, bustling with small town friendly folks, and boasting countless adventures. Comanches is a town where everything moves a little slower, but you’ll be greeted with a warm smile. Residents and visitors can enjoy live music and local wine, shop for unique gifts, and support local makers and growers. Spend the day playing golf, relaxing at the lake, or sampling the town’s finest at the local beer garden.
Great camping, fishing, horseback riding, hiking trails, and water sports can be found at nearby Proctor Lake. The town’s 42-acre City Park, Twin Creek Hiking Trails, and Community Center attract many visitors and families throughout the year. Hunting is also ideal in Comanche, boasting a variety of opportunities. Take a stroll around the beautiful historical courthouse square and central business district. There are many shopping and dining opportunities to satisfy everyone’s taste.
Proctor Lake is located in Comanche, Texas and offers a number of recreational opportunities including boating, swimming, fishing, hunting, camping, hiking trails, parks, playgrounds, and more. Not only does Proctor Lake provide enjoyment to families on and around the water, but it also helps with flood control and water conservation, through a resource management program by The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, for the North Central Texas area. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers focuses on conservation of natural resources to provide public recreational opportunities that contribute to an increased quality of American life, now and for the future.