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Typically older KOA. Very narrow rows and very short pull-thru. They did allow us to have a site extra long pull-thru. Like most mismanaged KOAs they don’t understand the room it takes for a big rig. Many large motor homes and 5th wheels had problems getting into the small sites. Would not recommend this park except in an emergency. The cable was good, but no WI-FI working.

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This is a nice park if you can pull in during the day, but at night it's a problem. The sites a very nice with some grass but the access roads are very narrow. If you don't plan well, you may have to take the tow off to make the turns. The Casino is small but clean and the food was good. The check-in was great and the staff very helpful. This park is very dog friendly.

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The parking lot doubles for RV's and you do have hook ups. The wife was not comfortable in this location and would have preferred a Walmart. They do have the local police pull into the lot 2-3 time during the night so that helps a bit. If your tired then its a good stop. We would not stop here again.

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Park is gravel with small patches of grass, the cable and Wi-Fi are good. The big rig sites are very, very, tight (narrow). They have good length, but be careful on the width - our driver side slide was 1" from the power and the passage slides just inches from trees.

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Gravel yard with hook ups, The cable didn't have a good signal, but Wi-Fi was fair. The park has EZ freeway access and is quite.

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No pull thru site available and yet they had open spots? The site we did get was a Pull In/Back Out the park is built on hills so in a big rig you could high center be careful. The big problem I had was the freeway noise the park has a freeway on both sides and it's very loud we had difficulty sleeping. I guess it may be the best park in OKC, but you could get more sleep at Walmart.

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Easy access from highway. Some road noise. No trees, all gravel and dirt interior roads. Good for overnight, but cost was OK with Vet discount. I have never seen a smoke free park before. On the plus side Jacks pub on site was great and what a value!! Poor Cable and no Wi-Fi.

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Location, location good and bad yes it's close to freeway but you may as well sleep on the freeway because the noise would be the same. The Ad told us Wi-Fi and cable none here - they also had the water off, but did turn it on when we asked. Sites are gravel and mud. No reduction in the $39 rate even with out the services!! Office staff was the only good news on this park we would not stay here again.

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Great park, the office staff owner was very helpful and her husband directed and help us hook up. The sites are Big rig perfect.

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Great park with good staff in the office, the sites are level but if your over 43ft you will need to unhook the tow. They run a shuttle to the Casino and the golf course looks nice. We would use this site again.

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This is a great park and close to what ever you would need. Easy on and off the I-5. We stayed here overnight in the back (newer) area where it accommodates large motor homes and 5th wheels. (We are 44 feet long.) All are pull through spots with easy access in and out. You have an incline on the spots but once you get on top, you have nice level concrete pads with great hook ups. This park also has an area for anyone wanting to stay in the woods. On the other side of the park, you feel like you are in the middle of the back country. The staff was helpful when you have questions or need help. I would definitely stay here again when in the area.

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Great camp sites; the wi-fi was weak, but this is still the place to stop. We have stopped here fro 4 years.

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We have stayed here once before 2 months ago, it is worse. The price is very high for what you get. The cable has been out for 2 months and I was told that it had been out for over a year. The person checking did tell us that both cable& WIFI didn't work. At these prices I would think a price reduction would be in order since they could not provide the services they advertised. It is hard to get a big rig around in the park " WATCH OUT FOR THE VERY LARGE YELLOW BOULDERS" The park wants you not to drive on the grass if you hit the rocks it will cost you a lot more then the darn grass!!! The hook ups may be fine if your rig was built in the 50's or 60's but if you have a newer rig the set up is all wrong we don't carry enough sewer hose to reach 30ft and still pull the car off the road. I would keep on trucking rather the stay here again.

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Great big rig park with limited cable TV. The sites are big with good hook ups. We would use this park again.

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The park has good access from the Hwy 84 and the sites are easy to get into, but... the problem is the hook ups everything is set up at the rear section of the pad so you need extra hoses and extra cables to reach all of the hook ups. If your just passing by for an overnight you have to unhook the car or you will hang out in to the road. I was told by the manager the I needed to unhook or get a ticket $150.00 from the fire dept. No quick turn around at this park, the funny thing is that it is a nice park but the layout to hook ups is all wrong for big rigs