Date of Stay: October, 2016
Older rustic campground. A bit out of the way to get there - several miles of rural paved roads. All the utilities worked. Campsite was grass. If the weather had been bad, it might have been a problem getting in and out.
Date of Stay: June, 2016
Beautifully managed and cared for facility. But the terrain is very hilly and the sites are a little tight for big rigs. The staff is superbly helpful and can book shows at discounted rates at the campground desk. They are also experts at helping you park your rig. You can actually walk to some of the shows, but the hike from the bottom, where we were, to street level would be too tiring.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
This is primarily a mobile home park, but it has a segregated RV section. The RV sites are quite large and can accommodate big rigs and have a paved driveway pad that is wide enough for two full-sized vehicles. There are some large trees in the RV area that provide some shade. The entire park is clean and quiet. We stayed a month visiting family and got the monthly rate of $500. There were number of big, expensive motorhomes and fifth wheels all around us and many were repeat visitors. This is a great place to stay to visit Tulsa and we plan to stay here again in the future.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
This park has huge, shaded, pull-through sites. This is one of the best parks we have ever visited. It is well off the interstate so it is also fairly quiet. Sites are level and there is grassy areas between them. Wi-fi is fast, but you have to pay by the day to use it. We would gladly stay here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
An outstanding park for an overnight stop right off the interstate. The entire facility was immaculate - especially the rest rooms and laundry. Staff was pleasant and helpful. We would gladly stay there again when in that area.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
This is essentially a big grassy parking lot and not particularly well kept. Sites are somewhat close together and the park appears to be used primarily by transients who are working in the Memphis area. Early every morning, all the pickup trucks cranked up as people headed off to work. We stayed there two nights mainly because there are no recreational parks in the area that we could find. While there is free site-wide wi-fi, for some reason, we couldn't get local TV reception.
Date of Stay: April, 2008
A beautiful, well-managed municipal park with spacious, wooded campsites and a fair amount of privacy. The Park has a four-mile paved bike path, a lake, and a mini-water park for kids. They didn't have wi-fi when we stayed there but were in the process of putting it in. They did have a modem hookup available which we used. This park has excellent security. There is a manned gate until about 10 pm and after that there is an electrically operated gate that campers access with a code number. We would gladly stay there again.