Date of Stay: September, 2014
This is a brand new RV park in Oklahoma City that is scheduled to open officially in early October. We arrived in Oklahoma City in September and thought the park was already open based on what a friend had told us. We pulled in without a reservation and were allowed to stay since the RV pads were completed. The building wasn't quite finished and there was no staff on duty. The website is up and running and reservations can be made by calling the number on the website. People like us, who came in without a reservation, can pay the owner who is on site every day. We visit our kids in Oklahoma City quite often and are grateful for another park to choose from. This park is located at I-40 and Mustang Road on the west side of Oklahoma City. When you exit at Mustang Rd., go south to the Braum's driveway, where you will turn in. Although it is close to I-40, the traffic noise was not a problem for us. All sites and roads are concrete and perfectly level. There are a number of pull through sites that can accommodate big rigs. Cable TV and WIFI are free. There is a fenced dog park, but one of the best features is the unground storm shelters. I believe there are 4 or 5 storm shelters scattered around the park and each can hold 15 - 20 people. That is a real plus in this part of the country. The website says nightly rates are $45 but we were given a lower rate since the park wasn't finished. I expect to rate this park higher once it is finished. It is going to be a great place to stay when visiting Oklahoma City. We will definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
Magnificent! Astounding! Beautiful! We absolutely loved this park. The sites are nestled among the giant redwood trees and it took our breath away. We just walked, walked, walked, because we couldn't get enough. The sites are spacious and well kept. When we pulled in, a worker was raking the site next to us and cleaning the fire pit. A neat feature was the dog wash. It was an outdoor station with a sink and counter for the dogs to sit on. The roof made a nice shelter from the rain or sun. We had a water/electric site because we were just staying two nights. We were short on time or would have stayed longer. The location is north of Crescent City, and when we first saw the turn in, I was afraid I had made a mistake reserving this park. Once we got in the driveway, I knew it was going to be perfect. Can't say enough good things about this park. Go!
Date of Stay: June, 2013
Friendliest park ever! The owner, staff, and residents were all extremely friendly and helpful. We stayed in site #2 which faced the grassy area and river and enjoyed watching the deer in the evenings. This park was smaller than I expected and a bit crowded, but we managed OK with our 40' RV. We would return to this park if we were in the area again. The Town of Brookings was just the kind of town we would like to live in. We ate near the wharf at a restaurant called Blue Water. The food was so good, we went back the next day, too!
Date of Stay: June, 2013
The rate shown is the average daily rate when paid monthly. The staff here is friendly, but that is the only positive comment I can think to make. This park is extremely noisy, both night and day. On one side is I-5 and on the other side is a 24-hour convenience store/service station. Additionally, the convenience store has bright lights around the fuel pumps, and if your rig is parked in the north end of the park, the lights can shine in your bedroom window at night. We hated this because we like to sleep with the bedroom window open, but that wasn't an option here. There is a "resident" homeless man who sits on the corner between the RV park and the convenience store every day for hours on end. Most of the sites are very close together and have no patios. There is only 6 - 8 feet between us and our neighbors. One night our neighbors sat outside talking until 1:00 a.m. despite the designated quiet hours. We have also encountered problems with a sewer smell permeating the area. This isn't a park I would go back to if there were other choices.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
Can you say overpriced? This park should command half that price. First, you get off the exit and see a tall sign for the park, but there is no obvious entrance. No directions on the web site. You have to work your way around some buildings and through their parking lots to find the place. This can be scary when driving a motorhome pulling a toad. The park is right next to the interstate with a lot of traffic noise. We were looking for a place to spend two nights, but refused to pay the price for a second night. We won't go back. We were told that there are new managers in place, so hopefully they will make some needed adjustments to the price and the signage.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
Passport America rate. Highly recommend this park. It is a lovely setting with friendly, helpful staff. We ordered dinner from their cafe and it was delivered to our rig. Will definitely be going back to this one!
Date of Stay: May, 2013
This rate is based on a spring special with a 30% discount after the first night at regular price. We thoroughly enjoyed Ruby's campground. It wasn't very busy this time of year, so we didn't feel crowded. Our site was a pull-through with plenty of room between us and the neighbors. It is absolutely the most convenient park to see the canyon. We were worried about driving the roads around the national parks in a 40' motorhome, but there was no need to worry. It is easy to get around the area. Bryce Canyon is a must-see! It is my favorite national park so far.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
This is a nice park convenient to town. It is right next to a large rock formation which provides scenic views with the changing sun. We hiked the rocks and could view town and all the surrounding area. The parking lot is all gravel, but after all this is the desert. The best sites for large rigs are back in sites with some shade trees. These sites are level and roomy from side to side. The large pull through sites are on a slope. The office staff was extremely helpful with area attractions and they booked our tours of Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell for us. This is a dog friendly park and one we will gladly return to.
Date of Stay: April, 2013
Spent one night here because the National Forest Campgrounds weren't open yet. It was okay for one night, but probably wouldn't stay here again. The sites were very crowded and we could barely open our door due to a fence. Lots of permanent residents. We didn't like the feel of this park.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
Daily rate is based on monthly RV lot of $500 when staying 3 or more months. This is a very nice resort, composed mostly of park models; however, there are sections for RVs and some RVs are interspersed with the park models which seems to work fine. The park is maintained very well and is very pet friendly. The park is long and narrow with a lot of grassy areas and small ponds. The RV lots are spacious. All of the park rental lots have a concrete patio, but the drive for the RV and personal vehicle are red lava rock. Some sites have more rock than others. It is crunchy and a bit hard to walk in if you have a site with thick rock. Many owners rent their RV lots at competitive prices. We would not want a lot that didn't have some concrete on it. The activities are unlimited and the owners are very friendly and welcoming. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 was because there is no trash pickup. You have to cart trash a good distance, which to me is a nuisance. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely return.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
We paid 1/2 of the daily rate while there for 2 weeks this spring. The snow birds had gone home and the park was virtually devoid of life. The empty park models and facilities really showed their age without all the activities going on. We have stayed here during the winter season and you just don't notice those things when there is a lot going on. The park is doing some upgrades on the facilities and working to make it a better park. In reality, it is old and the old homes are dragging it down in my opinion. In the future, we will be looking at the newer parks in the area. The people are very friendly here. Dogs are welcome as long as they stay in the pet section. The central part of the park is a no pet zone, which limits the area you can walk in. The "dog parks" are small fenced areas which are not nearly big enough for all the dogs that utilize the facilities. The dog parks were quite smelly the winter we stayed. I never saw them being sanitized, but maybe they are. It is an OK park and one of the cheaper Cal-Am parks in the area.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
This is by far the best RV park in Oklahoma City and one we visit often because our kids live in OKC. This year a putt-putt course was installed which gives the kids something more to do. They have a pool and playground and also rent bicycles. It is a pet friendly park but there is no fenced area for them to run. The office help can be very friendly or very rude, depending on who you get. It is close to Remington Park, the Zoo, Omniplex, and Western Heritage Museum (Cowboy Hall of Fame). The traffic noise is bothersome during the day, but not so much at night. We recommend this park over any other park in town.