Very noisy from the highway and truck stop. If I travel this direction again, I will try another place. The site was level and electric was good (I had electric only). I was glad to be able to walk to Subway for a meal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very convenient park off I-40. It is primarily a "long term" camp area. It is very clean and the staff is nice. We have a 40' RV and found it a little too small to enter and depart. Other than that, it is in a good location and the staff is friendly. NOTE - no amenities at the front desk, so if you need any food or travel supplies you need to wait or stop before you get there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A value for an over night stay! It is a well-run park, with pull-through sites for the one night stay. We did nothing more than crash and never disconnected, but were pleased with the amenities and the ease of in-out. Cable TV was a plus at this price! PS., make reservations because this one fills up. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is our fourth year to overnight at this park as we cross Oklahoma. Clean bathrooms. Tornado shelter. Friendly staff. Most sites are easy-in, easy-out unless adjacent tow vehicles or toads extend too far and this seems to occur frequently. Sites are quite close together when slideouts are open. The condition of the park and attention to maintenance seem to be deteriorating: (1) the electricity plug on our power pedestal was so worn out that our RV’s cable did not fit tight enough to stay in; I had to wrap a wire around it to get it to hold, (2) the wooden picnic tables are so rotted they are near collapse. A couple of sites were trashy, but the staffer in the office said they will be evicted when their month’s rent expires. Office is staffed only early in the morning and then after 2:00 p.m., so just find a vacant site and register when the office opens. Fifty-amp sites are only in the front row closest to office. We are disappointed to find the park deteriorating, but will plan to stay one more time next year. If upkeep continues to suffer, we will probably look elsewhere, even though Elk City is a good stopping place in our route. We gave a rating of 7, but could be comfortable giving 6. It is OK for overnight, but we would not want to stay more than a day or two. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Just an ok campground good for a overnighter.Some of the sites they use for overnighters will be tight when you leave. Get there early to a easy out site. Utilities worked well. Fulltimers do walk thru your site when ever they want. Would look elsewhere next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like this campground. The rate reflects a AAA discount. The staff is efficient and friendly. This is a no frills park but it has everything you need for an overnight stay. It has adequate cable and WI-Fi and is clean. It is quiet and reasonably priced. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a one night stop. This campground was good for us. No noise. The town was interesting. Would stay again if this way. Did not use restrooms so do not know how they looked. There are monthly rentals there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fee reflects Good Sam discount. Staff was helpful and friendly. Park is clean and some shady sites. Pads are level. Most sites appear to be used on a monthly or long term basis (probably local workers)but is very quiet. Would recommend calling ahead to reserve a site. Full hookups work well, Wi-Fi is excellent and cable is very good. Good place to pull into for an overnight stay. Close to interstate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This rate is the Good Sam rate. This is the second time we have stayed here on our way home from AZ. It is a nice quiet park with close access to I-40. It is a great place to stay one night. There are a lot of long term residents here but the pull through sites are easy in and out. The internet works great. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly and helpful staff! Some highway noise but otherwise a good place for a one night stay. However be prepared to be very, very close to your neighbor especially if you have your slides extended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This rate reflects a Coast to Coast rate, the park is a small park, it needs a little tender loving care, but the managers make up for any downfalls. Sites are semi level and large, lots of trees and some grass areas. The managers are the most wonderful people that you can have as park hosts. My batteries went dead in our diesel truck and they even drove us to the Walmart to get the batteries. Stayed here two nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy-in, easy-out pull throughs for big rigs. Sites are close together when slide outs are open. Clean park, except that an unsightly trash dumpster is stored right in the middle of the campsites. Clean bathrooms. Tornado shelter. Friendly staff. Office is staffed only early in the morning and then after 2:00 p.m., so just find a vacant site and register when the office opens. Fifty-amp sites are only in the front row closest to office. We recommend this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here on a cross country trip. It was easy access from the Interstate. The entrance is a pretty tight turn. Instead, we went in the wrong way, but they let us park at the pull through right where we stopped. Nice people in the office. Very quiet. We didn't notice any highway noise, but we were running the AC (111 degrees during the day). Nice Showers and bathrooms. Lots of big shade trees. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We called to reserve two spaces for 5th wheels traveling together, arriving after 6pm and were assured that our spots were reserved. When we arrived, there wasn't a human in sight and the place appeared to be filled with full-timers. We went to the drop box, which had nothing indicating acknowledgement of a reservation, pulled out the envelope with instructions, and found that there wasn't a single 50-amp space available. We were there until nearly 3pm the next afternoon and never did find the office open. The spaces we were in were not level and were very tight. The gentleman who cleaned the restrooms was very kind and thorough, but did not seem surprised that the office hadn't been open. Overall, it was an odd experience I wouldn't repeat, since there were no amenities and no 50-amp hookups, as promised when we called. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
90% of park was filled with semi-permanent oil/mine workers, who were luckily very quiet. The office,however,was not used to dealing with overnight guests. Wi-Fi turned off at 7pm, when the office closed an hour early. Phone calls were not returned, and when we left 2 hours after office opening time, still no one there. Luckily McDonalds was nearby for our communication needs! Site was level, but no picnic tables at ours and many sites. Their ad, which states "nicest on I-40" is fortunately NOT true. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We like this quiet, shady park. Every time we are traveling through Oklahoma we have made the extra time to make it to Elk Creek RV Park instead of staying in Oklahoma City where it is more noisy. This park has clean restrooms and showers that allow us to get out of the trailer for some leisure time. It has the added value of two storm shelters although we (luckily) have not had to use them. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here as part of a trip out west. We selected this campground for its proximity off I-40. It was pretty easy to access from the road and reasonably quiet given the interstate's proximity. We had a full hook-up, pull-through site. It wasn't level, but easy to correct. It was gravel with a small concrete pad and picnic table. The cable TV had a very good selection of channels, and Wi-Fi was excellent! While there weren't really any other amenities (such as pool, fenced dog walk or playground), overall we found this campground very satisfactory for an overnight stay and would us it again for that purpose. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Level, non-paved sites. Interior roads slightly narrow, saw one big rig having trouble getting into site. With-in walking distance of some shopping and restaurants. Spent one night while driving through. Friendly/helpful staff. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is the Good Sam rate. This is a great place for an over-niter. It has easy access from I-40. The traffic noise is noticeable with the large number of trucks that travel the Interstate at night. The sites are fairly level and the set up was easy. The washrooms / showers are clean and spacious. What more can you expect for this price? We would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The pull through sites are very nice and many have full or partial shade. However, if you stay by the month (like me) you won't be able to use these sites. Instead, you will be relegated to a rather unattractive overflow area. I feel the monthly rate of $400 is a little steep, although the cost of electric is included. On a positive note the staff is friendly and helpful, the park is fairly quiet at night in spite of the proximity to the interstate and the restrooms and showers are very clean and private. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They advertise as the best small park in the nation. Not sure who rated them, but it's very run down with no amenities. Spaces were fairly close together. We lucked out and didn't have anyone on either side of us. The staff was very friendly and helpful with directions to museums and stores. As stated in other reviews: was okay for one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very happy with this park. The staff is friendly and helpful. All hook-ups are well organized and function as they should. There is excellent cable TV service. WiFi is strong all over the campground, but has a bad connection at the server as a previous reviewer has commented. Sites are close together, but adequate for larger rigs and slides. The campground is easily accessed from I-40. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good park: had quick check-in and a nice site. Was easy off / on I-40. Only problem: we had a strong Wifi signal and locked on, but the connection to the Internet was intermittent. When you had it, it was blazing fast but took a lot of patience to get a connection to the Web. Highly recommend. We have stayed at the close-by KOA many times over the last 20 years, but no more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice small park with friendly owners. It's convenient to I-40 and the sites are nice. This is an older park, which makes big rigs a little tougher to handle. Turns are tight if towing a car, but we would stay again. The park is well worth the money and well run from what we could tell. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, the staff/owners are very nice and accommodating. The facilities were clean and nice. The bathroom has individual shower stalls with sink and toilet in each one, so they are like separate mini-bathrooms, very nice. The sites are about average size, mostly level. We were in a long pull through site: it accommodated our 65 foot rig well. The lay out of the park is nice and the access from I-40 is easy. There are several places to eat within easy walking distance. We ate at a small cafe-style restaurant across the street, food was good and the price was very good. The RV Park owners live on the premises, security was good, overall a nice place to stop for the night. I'd stay here again or recommend it to a friend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stopping here is worthwhile just to be greeted by the pleasant woman in the office. Easy to find from I-40. Shower/toilet combined so that one has own private restroom facility. Lots of TV channels and Wi-Fi was great when I checked in. I would have rated this place a bit higher but apparently they turn off Wi-Fi during the night as when I tried to access Internet early next morning there was no signal to be found other than from a nearby Days Inn that required one to be registered there. This is second time I've stayed at this place and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This clean, well-maintained park is worthy of recommendation. The sites are mostly easy in and easy out and long enough for big rigs, but there are square corners to enter sites from driving lanes. Sites are a little close together. Driving lanes are wide. There is a new shower/laundry building with clean, private individual bathrooms containing toilet, sink, and shower. For travel during tornado season, there are two underground storm shelters. The park staff is very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We hadn't planned to stay here but some trouble with the rig earlier in the day affected our schedule. Based on the other reviews on this site we decided to give it a try for an overnight stay. We dealt with an older couple in the office (I should talk) who were very friendly and allowed us to pick our own site away from the traffic as much as possible. Unfortunately, this didn't help much with the traffic noise. Perhaps we are more noise-adverse than others, but we felt it was pretty bad. The sites are pretty much as others have described, but while walking around we noticed one recently vacated that had a fairly massive rut made when a former occupant pulled out when the site was muddy. I tow with a 4X4 and wouldn't have worried, but another rig might have (evidently) had some trouble. The Wi-Fi was unsecured but had good strength. The cable was something else. Like too many parks, the cable systems are installed and then forgotten about. Weather and abuse take a toll. The cable female F-connector was damaged and the connection was non-existent. A trip to the office got the gentleman looking for a replacement connector but he couldn't find the box that he was sure contained some. He offered a longer length of cable that would reach the adjacent site and said that he would keep that site empty, but upon inspection, the connector there was worse that the one at our site. So we re-“connected” to the cable at our site and struggled through with the high noise level. If you’re tired and don’t want to unhook or cook, there are several restaurants of the fast food kind within walking distance. While not a destination park this one is perfectly adequate for an over nighter. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were here two nights to visit a friend in a nearby town. Office staff was extremely friendly and helpful, and let us choose a site to our liking. We were in a long pull-through that was nearly level and despite the rain, we had a good time. I would recommend this site to anyone in the area and will certainly stop here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Although near the freeway the noise was minimal, probably reduced by the number of trees and because the park is set a bit lower than the highway. No frills here but clean and convenient. Lots of pull thru spots but the spacing is a little tight in our big rig with three slides. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, easy to access, no frills. Not too many full timers. Cable and internet access were great. Gravel roads. Convenient to local restaurants, although the whole town of Elk City is only about 6 miles across. Far enough from the I-40 that the noise wasn't bad at all. Water pressure was only 40 PSI. Nice young couple running the place. Would stay again for overnight anytime. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is enchanting. The park is located in a small town and you are smack in the middle of everything. If you don't want to detach your vehicle you can walk to about 7 different restaurants as well as to businesses. It may be small, but it has a touch of class in its Restaurants. You'll find everything from a hole in the wall bar to a fancy dinner place. The park has nice pull-in sites and is located on a little creek. The roads are paved and have street lights. The owners are a hoot and do everything to make you feel at home. It has a sauna, laundry facilities, nice clean, big showers and clean rest rooms which are safely located to make you feel comfortable. I'll definitely put this on our list to recommend to our friends. We will be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
An overnighter, for sure. The ambience was nothing, really. But, full hook-ups, adequate size sites, paved roads, and a friendly staff make it just fine for what it is. Elk City is just down the street and I-40 (and some noise) are due south. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is just off I-40, so there is some traffic noise. This is best as an overnight stop, though it would be OK for a few days. (They advertise that they are the “nicest park on I-40,” but we were not the judges who would have made that choice. Nice, but not the nicest.) There are some permanent sites. Sites were level gravel with paved roads. We stopped when things were very busy in the Elk City area. (The first place we stopped was full.) No swimming or fishing spots, but there is a laundry, exercise room, club room, sauna, and areas for croquet, volley ball, and basketball. We were just there for one night, and did not use any of these facilities. Signage could be better, we came in the back way. Staff was nice, though very busy. Wi-fi & cable TV worked great. Elk City is an interesting town, but we did not spend time there this trip. We would be glad to stay there again for an overnight stay or even a couple of days while exploring Elk City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The price is the Good Sam's rate. Some campsites are a little difficult to get into due to angle of site and/or tree branches but once you're in, you're okay. There were some very long Class A's and their toads in there and they fit, lengthwise, on the sites. There is a very nice laundry; game room with pool table and shuffleboard plus a full kitchen and large room for meetings. There is a Book swap/library in another room. 1/2 of park are permanents or seasonal campers mostly people working for the oil or gas lines. We recommend this park and would stay here in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good overnight park with excellent Wi-Fi (we were next to the office), could not pull through due to trees which would not allow us to keep the car hooked-up when leaving. Caution: there is evidence in the upper branches (bark peeled from 2" diameter limbs) that someone did not have a good day when they left. Nicely maintained grounds. Road noise was tolerable considering the location and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small park; tight for a large rig; gravel lots not all level. Rustic bathrooms. Friendly staff. Written info actually better than what you see when you get there, but okay for overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The nightly rate is for full hook-up, cable-TV and WiFi and is before discounts. I don't believe they charge extra for 50-amp sites. Our site only has 30/20 amp connections. That implies that other sites have 50-amp connections. I don't know how many there are but since we were told to take any empty site we wanted in 2-rows (there are a total of 3-rows) I'm assuming that the 50-amp sites are in that 3rd row. Be sure to have a 50/30 adapter with you...just in case. This is a very nice looking park. As far as I can tell all of the sites are pull-thrus on hard packed gravel with strips of grass between sites. Lots of trees on the property give it a nice look. The fellow who registered us was very nice and told us to take whatever site we wanted in two different rows. The cable-TV has about 60-channels and the WiFi works well. We're parked at the far end of a row away from the office and I have a good, strong signal. I always read the little handout you get when you register at a park, especially the rules. A lot of parks have long, long lists of 'don'ts' and 'no this/no that'. I suppose that's needed although sometimes it comes across a bit harshly. When I read the rules here I was pleasantly surprised to see that rule #1 was 'The Golden Rule' (Do Unto Others...). What a great attitude! The only 'no' was about parking only at your designated site. The owners certainly project a welcoming feeling. We're fairly close to I-40 and you can just hear the traffic noise in the background. It's not enough to be bothersome to us. This park is recommended for both over-nighting as well as for a base camp for longer periods. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WiFi is not dependable at all. Office is only open several hours in the AM and again in the PM. People working the office are very impersonalized. Don't have mail sent to this park as the owner collects the mail and brings it to the park when he feels like it. The owner is not people-friendly and does not care about his guests. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Bathroom and shower consists of an old mobile home that was not very clean. Wifi only worked when I asked the office lady to reset it. If the park had been crowded, it would have been hard to get into some spots. Trash bin was overflowing. Cable TV was good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is convenient to I-40 but lots are 20 feet, too narrow to navigate safely. The sites are dirt, heavily rutted and pot-holed. Some of the asphalt campground roads have pot-holes also. Dumpsters were over-flowing. Management added some gravel to sites only AFTER the driver of a large motorhome drove into a pothole and tilting his rig, snagging his awning on a tree branch. They do not accept any type of credit cards. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Cute little park – warm welcome from a bubbly, efficient host(ess). We arrived during her short absence (there was a note on the door to that effect), we choose our site in the front row (closest to the office for WiFi, just in case). Easy on & off I-40, not much traffic noise, considering our proximity to the freeway. [we were here in Winter, so being closed up helps keep the noise at bay, our assessment on that might be a bit skewed.] Lovely, low-key, well-kept park – not fancy. Gravel streets & sites, free cable, $1.00/night for 50 amp. Free WiFi with upgraded system – actually reaches all the sites – priceless! Lovely mature trees between most sites and throughout the park. There actually is an Elk Creek – a portion of it runs north & south along the east edge of the park. Not a fancy park – no picnic tables or grills, but consider this the “little campground that could” – it’s tops among the little guys. We only stayed here one night as part of a 4-night whistle-stop jaunt to avoid a serious storm system. We didn’t have a chance to learn much more. We would stay here again – if passing through the Oklahoma City area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy on/off I-40. Young man who checked me in very cordial. Park as stated by other reviewers. Parking area level and utilities close together making hook-up easy. Sites close together but for over nighting are fine. WiFi great and lots of TV channels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I suspect this about as good as one is going to find along I-40 in OK from my experience. Sites are fine; dependent upon site it can be a challenge to get out and avoiding trees to prevent paint scratches and/or an accident. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The spaces are too close: the neighbors slide extended over into the next parking space. Also the neighbor had four items in the space: two pickups, a trailer, and a 5th wheel. One pickup was parked so as to partially blocked the road. Was a tight fit, but I made it. Seems like there is no enforcement of rules. Not that great of a campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly office staff. Gravel spots. Tight spacing. Clean bathrooms. Good laundry. Easy walk to Western Sizzlin Restaurant for delicious steak supper and Dennys for breakfast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is clean & well kept. Sites are gravel, but very narrow. Utilities, while modern, are oddly placed in the middle of sites, so your patio is next to your neighbor's utility hookups. No table at site. Clean restrooms & laundry. Staff was friendly and did a good job of separating overnighters from seasonals. Park was fine for a stopover. Visited park in 40' motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Military discount applied. Park was full. 50 amp was missing one leg, mgr said "It worked last night" and didn't offer any help. CableTV did not work, again mgr offered no help. All sewer connections were missing lids. Pull-through site #49 was obviously only for pop-up tent trailers, we had to back out of the site. Park is for sale and apparently is not being maintained. Wi-Fi was intermittent. When checking in we got a receipt and verbal directions to find our site (that were wrong) and when we asked for the Wi-Fi access code the manager said "there it is on the whiteboard (barely readable), I don't know nothing about computers". Access road is directly behind the Loves Travel Park and access is single lane, I had to move for an entering school bus. We would never stay at this park again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Oh my, this place was awful. What a run down campground. It is full of people living here in not so nice trailers with broken windows, pit bulls in the yards, and trash around their place. I was afraid to walk my dog. The burrs picked up in his coat were awful. I could not wait to get out of here. We should have kept going or slept in a truck stop. Never again will I stay here. It was also hard to get a 40 foot RV into this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nightmare! The "check in person" gave us a spot to camp and when we found it there was someone already in it. He the offered us two other sites that were inaccessible and neither was a pull through. I went to get our money back and another camper was also leaving, they stopped us and asked if we were staying at this place. They had the same experience we did! The majority of the units were extended stay! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here just over night. Getting run down and too close to the highway. We did hear highway noise all night. First sight we pulled into electrical hook up did not work. The office told us the sites were back in but we were able to pull threw, This place is OK if you are exhausted and just ready to pull in through the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is an old trailer park. All the utilities are low to the ground. CATV is very poor. Not much to do in the area. Located right behind Love's. Office recommended an Italian restaurant across the street but it was closed. Not much else in the area. Would do for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Strictly an overnight stop. Shower rooms while clean, were really dated/old. Laundry room was only a bit better. Sites are gravel and they offer a picnic table. Love's ( Exit 41 ) is right beside the park and includes a Subway. An Italian diner is across the street but was closed the day we camped. Free Wi-Fi is available. Host was very friendly. Road noise was not a problem. We'd use it again as a stop over. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We like this park because of all the trees; nice break from the 100 degree temperature we traveled in that day. Nice pool, near a lake and they have a restaurant on site. This park is located between Elk City and Clinton. Wi-Fi was very weak. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here for a one night stay in route. The campground was clean, the sites were level but it is basically a en route campground with very few amenities. I could not imagine staying here for a long period of time We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were not happy campers when we drove in expecting to pay the $14 Passport America price and were advised their rates had gone up to $20. The turn in looks like someone's drive so we missed it and called for assistance and they did not answer the phone (twice). There are "keep off the grass" signs everywhere, which really should have read "keep off the weeds". I guess they want people to stay indoors. We saw some serious fire ant colonies, and their is a noisy nightclub on the south end and a bunch of noisy dogs on the north end of the park. The water pipes are wrapped sloppily with duct tape and insulation dangling in the wind. The sites are wide and long with concrete at the back and gravel that is very level. Dumpsters are plentiful. There are some broken down units at the front part of the park. I would have been happy to stay for $14, but for $20 I expect a little more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy on/off. This is a safe campground. Great over night passing by place to stay. Has cable tv and is located 110 miles from Oklahoma City. Rate is Passport America,kids are $2.00 additional each. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A no-frills park with very large pull-through sites. Great for an overnight stay. Staff very friendly at check-in. Couldn't be located later when we had a question about the wireless. There seems to be full time residents (welders and their families), but they were very friendly. We would stay here again if we were passing through this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were going to stay at Wal-Mart but got off on the wrong exit. While figuring where we were we saw this park. It was 7pm but there was still staff in the office and he was very helpful, escorting us to our site. It is a P/A park and the $14.00 reflects that rate. For $14, we thought it would be nicer than pavement parking at WM. We took a back-in site that was at least 70 feet long and perfectly level with good gravel. The interior roads are the nicest we've seen yet in 7 months on the road. Very nice asphalt roads and wide. We'd definitely recommend an over night or two here. Many of the more permanent residents work in the oil fields. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A no-frills park with very large pull-through sites. Great for an overnight stay. Staff very friendly. This is a great, prosperous city to visit. They have the whole city park lit up for xmas and the city operates Route 66, history of transportation, early years and farming museums. All very new and interesting at only $4 fee to enter. A great and worthwhile stopover place to witness some history. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Elk Run RV Park welcomed us and our dogs at their facility when the KOA to the east wouldn't allow us to stay there because our dogs numbered more than 2. Elk Run RV Park is easily accessed from the freeway, close to a 24 hour gas/convenience store and is reasonably quiet. We'll definitely stay there again on our way through Oklahoma. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a passport America Park. The park is maintained pretty good. Extra Long Pull Thrus and spacious sites. Sits behind a Loves Truck Stop and sites closer to the front entrance will experience some noise from the trucks. But, overall it is a quiet park and a good place to stop over to see the Route 66 Museum. The staff is friendly and there are some permanent residents. There are no amenities such as club house or swimming pool, but a good place for a short stay. I would stay here again if I was in Oklahoma. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean park and friendly owners. Very helpful to visitors. We camped here in a camper.
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Nice overnight spot, right off the interstate in a pleasant small town. Very clean park, nice 'club-house' building for groups. Good laundry facilities. Very friendly, fairly small, well kept park. Good overnight spot on I-40. Grass adjoins level gravel sites. Small trees, little shade. No problem for big rigs, easy access. We camped here in a camper.