Date of Stay:
May, 2013 -
There is a younger couple managing this campground who are in the process of buying it. They were very friendly, and suggested one of their nicest sites for us to stay in. What a beautiful place! Lots of trees, a river, and a large fishing pond. Our sire was mostly level, only a slight adjustment. I walked the dog around the entire park and I think every site there is nice. Of course the ones that next to the lake and river are the most desirable, but how can you go wrong here? Lots of water and shady trees. Pet friendly. Courteous, friendly, and helpful hosts. We'll be back for sure! We camped at Dolores River Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
July, 2010 -
This is one of the best RV parks to stay at in Oklahoma City. It is a beautiful park, with plenty of grass and trees. Most sites allow generous space between you and your neighbors. The WI-FI is excellent and fast. It is close to OKC zoo, museums, and Coyboy Hall of Fame. There is only one men shower stall, and only one women shower stall in the entire park. These are located at the clubhouse. If you're not close to the clubhouse then you'll have to walk a ways. And if someone else is using the shower, then you'll have to wait. Likewise, there is only one men bathroom (with only one stall), and only one women bathroom, again these are at the clubhouse. Laundry room is at clubhouse. There is no swimming pool, as indicated on website map. Trash is picked up each morning in front of your camp site, which is necessary, since the only dumpsters are also at the clubhouse. Customer service is fair. The owner is always very friendly, but he now is in the back room of office area. The folks who now check you in are sometimes nice, but on occasion they can be rude. They will sometimes squeeze you into as small a space as they can, and then state that upcoming rally's are the reason. All sites are level, some gravel, but most are concrete. There are extreme slopes of entry/exit to many of the sites, especially on the east side of park. This can make it difficult to hitch/unhitch if you've a travel trailer or 5th wheel. They now offer Direct TV which is nice. Freeway traffic is loud at the upper levels of the park, and not so loud a lower portions. Dog friendly park, but no dog run. It is a nice environment to walk your dog around, though. Overall a fairly nice park if you're staying in Oklahoma City. We camped at Twin Fountains RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
June, 2007 -
I was impressed with this campground. The host was very friendly, and the campground was clean. There are several permanent residents who reside there. I walked around with my dog, and had a look at every site, and there really is not one that is a bad location. One item I noticed during my three day, two night stay was how quiet it was. A short hike among the rocks and you can see Watson Lake. I recommend this RV campground. We camped at Point of Rocks RV Campground in a Travel Trailer.