Above rate reflects weekly rate. Very nice, peaceful park. No pull throughs, but the streets and most sites are quite spacious with grass, tables, and grills. Sites are nicely graveled and very close to level. We tend to avoid places with "resort" in their name, but this appeared to be a resort in name only as it was not over-priced as many are. The free Wi-Fi was worthless to us as in spite of being only 3 sites from the office, we were able to connect to a weak, slow, and unreliable signal only once or twice during the week. Our Verizon broadband worked well. We would gladly return here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was here one year on business. A very pleasant and quiet park. Everyone was friendly. The park owners and maintenance man were very helpful in everyway. If I had a problem with my camper the maintenance man would be there in a drop of a hat and at anytime. The pool was always clean and inviting. Any unruly patrons were not there very long and I so appreciated it. I am female and my job requires me to travel 100% of the time. Not once did I ever feel unsafe. I would recommend this park to any one. I have read they are unfair when it comes to pool rules, REALLY? The rule is if you have kids they cannot swim alone. Whomever rents a spot needs to be with the guests at the pool. Thats understandable! You are also near 3 or more lakes. Arbuckle Lake 4 miles, Lake McMurray 30 minute drive, and Lake Texoma, 1 hour away. I went to all of them. I will be back even to stop in and say hello! I loved it! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed a month in this campground ($220 + electricity) and everything worked just fine. The water pressure was excellent. We were on the upper tier with 50amp; the slanted, gravel sites are level with plenty of room to back in and to park your extra vehicle. The hook-ups are towards the back of the site. The owners were friendly and there is plenty to do in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a clean park with a great space for dog walking. The sites are large, level and well manicured. The fishing ponds are a joke. One was covered with moss and weeds, making it hard to get close enough to fish. We tried both, "stocked ponds" and caught nothing. The basketball court is a portable goal rolled onto the grass. There are several mobile homes and several campers that live there and work in the area. The owners were nice upon our check-in, but extremely rude when they knocked on our door at 8 pm to ask if were "stupid" and couldn't hear our dogs barking. We had just returned inside our RV from being outside with the dogs that had not been barking at that time. Not sure he had the right RV or dogs, but we put them inside and will not return to his RV park. This is not a Resort, as stated. It is an RV/Mobile Home Park to leave your camper while you go elsewhere in the area for entertainment and/or things to do. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Wonderful clean and and well planned park. Easy access from road and throughout the park. Very clean and well maintained park. The roads in the park were very wide. Good water pressure and Wi-Fi was fine . We could use our Dish Network and Verizon phone. Would stay here again, but not much to do in area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in this campground for the months of November & December. The owners left for the winter but the assistant managers took good care of everything. The campground was about one-fourth filled with most of these sites occupied by people who worked in the area. This made for a quiet campground which we really enjoyed. There was no traffic or train noise. On the upper level, there is a generous amount of space to back into the sites and the sites have good space in-between. When it rained, some of the sites on the lower level, had pools of water. Local propane businesses only deliver to the park if you are going to take 100 gallons or more. The WI-FI was excellent for most of our stay; during the last week the service was intermittent. You can recycle cans and plastic at the Chickasaw NRA. The rate does not include what we paid for electricity. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is nice and clean but the hosts were horrible. This couple cant stand there campers having fun. A whole page of very strictly managed rules assures NO FUN while camping. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Nice spacious park with level gravel sites, all back-in's, but angled well for easy entry. Park is well-maintained, with the best Wi-Fi we've seen in a private RV park. Owners just converted an old goat pen into an enclosed dog run; another nice touch was the bag dispensers and trash cans for dog waste placed throughout the park. Two private catch/release fish ponds with some decent fish in them. Large community room available for group events. Park is very quiet, despite being only 1 mile from town. Chickasaw National Recreation Area is only a couple miles away, with great fishing areas, and miles of well-maintained hiking trails. Small pool which was still closed for winter. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park was very clean. There is a nice swimming pool, and a private fishing pond. No license was required. The owners were very accommodating, giving us two adjacent sites and letting us put two tents on one of them. The bathrooms and showers were clean. However, they were old, and didn't have anything to hold your shampoo and "stuff". We would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate was for 4 adults. The park was average. Small pool. Nice pond. Other campers were fishing. Our site overlooked the pond. We enjoyed the view and the geese. The park was very wet due to recent rains. The gravel site was very soft and we had a hard time finding a level spot due to the soft gravel. It was an ok stopover but well off the interstate. We would only use it again if we had to. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here with another family (8 children in all - YIKES!) for three days and two nights. Of note is the fact that between the pool, the nicely shaded playground, the fishing pond (catch and release), the library and the general opportunities for exploration, everyone (yes, all 8!) had a fun, relaxing time. Upon check-in we requested a fire ring for our campfires. Within an hour or so, one was delivered to our site. They required a $20 fully-refundable deposit. The "ring" was the most interesting little thing. It was a smallish cylinder about 18" high with a hollow tube in the middle (like a large Bundt pan, if you can imagine that). It had tiny holes all around the outside. Our first campfire was a success. The embers were completely contained and we enjoyed watching the fire through all the little holes in the fire ring. The next day, we were told that our "fire ring" was actually the inside of the tub of a top-loading washing machine!! We enjoyed two more campfires, and felt that the children were much safer from things like popping embers than with a traditional ring or pit. Ingenious! Additionally, we all thoroughly enjoyed the shade of the sprawling tree, located next to site number 10, which came complete with a tire swing. We chose the Arbuckle RV Resort because it was near Turner Falls. When we visited Turner Falls and saw the campsites there, we knew we had made the right choice with the Arbuckle RV Resort. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We found this campground by accident while searching for something more suitable for staying in area for family reunion. The host was excellent, services excellent, they even supplied wood for the fire ring. Several sites are right next to a small stream and dam with bubbling water and cool shade. Lovely, quiet, friendly. Since it is a newer campground they still do not have shower facilities or bath facilities, you must bring your own. I will stay there again in a heartbeat - beats the others hands down. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Coast to Coast private park. It's mostly for seasonally campers and NOT travelers like us. It's difficult to get to. Even though the C2C rate is good, I would not recommend this park. The bathhouse is nearly a quarter mile from the camp sites and is not well attended to. Stay in the National Forest campground just outside Sulphur. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small park with 24-hour security and a large storm cellar. Some sites are shaded and are fairly large. Several of the sites are on a hillside and do not appear to be too level. There are some sites which would accommodate big rigs. Laundry facilities available. No water in the pool when we were here. Quiet park but surrounded on 3 sides by permanent RV sites with many old, junky campers since it is close to Chickasaw Lake. Church services in one of the buildings on Sundays. We would camp here again. They take Passport America. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I used Golden age pass, otherwise electric sites are $20.00, beautiful shaded campsites, well maintained and organized. There was a lot of trash scattered about near the sites, trails and lake. Only complaint is a neighboring campsite had 3 small dogs that barked constantly, even into the night. The host was next site over, but did nothing. About 10:40pmI did ask the neighbor to quiet the dogs which they did. I felt the host should handle those situations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best kept secret in South Central Oklahoma. Less than a three hour drive from Oklahoma City & Dallas, so it's very popular for boating. Half the sites are reservable, and the other half are first come-first served. Chickasaw is run by the National Park Service, which is a much higher standard than you find at many state parks in Oklahoma. Just about every site is in shade under oak trees, and there are only a few sites where you feel right on top of the neighbors. Most have a fire ring and a place to stake down a tent. All sites are blacktop and fairly level, and have a lantern hook and picnic table. A few sites back up to water, and it's not uncommon to see people's boats tied off there for the weekend as opposed to trailering at the end of the day. Park is open year round, although only one loop remains open for the winter months. Shopping and restaurants are only about 15 minutes north of the campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a wonderful time camping here. Our site (we stayed in the upper loop) was very private and easy to get into with our 36' 5th wheel. In the upper loop, the closest restroom is an outhouse, but the outhouse was very nice and kept very clean. The lower loop has access to a nice restroom/shower facility. I did not use the shower, but looked in it, and it was a private, lockable room, and although not brand new, it looked clean. The flush toilets were in great condition. There are so many things to do in the Sulphur area (hiking, boating, fishing, the cultural center, etc.)! We will definitely be back. The camp host was very friendly and helpful! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great campground. $12 per night with Senior Pass. Sites 21 -24 have wonderful lake views. Stayed three nights. Chickasaw Cultural Center a must see. Many things to go see within a few miles. Plan to return sometime in the spring. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped for 7 nights at The Point Campground at Chickasaw NRA. We keep coming back here. We like the upper area of The Point campground. The area is clean, very shaded and has spotless restrooms/showers. The water pressure was not very good, but with the great bathhouse it all worked out. There is a fishing pier and boat ramp in the immediate area which is on Lake of the Arbuckles. We always go to swim at the wonderful creeks in the old Platt area which are cold and refreshing. Great hiking trails, a Junior Ranger program and Stargazer Program. There is also Veteran's Lake which has a new cement walking trail around the lake. The bison herd is still roaming here and had two new additions of baby bison. The fantastic and not to be missed Chickasaw Cultural Center is open and amazing. We spent most of the day there. Don't miss it. Hopefully we will get to keep coming back. Only gave it a 9 because of no full hookups. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here in a 37" motorhome towing a car trailer with our car on it. There was plenty of room to park the coach, trailer and car at our site (#50). We had a reservation for the week prior to Memorial Day weekend and were glad we did as the Point campground stays booked, highly recommend reserving your spot. There is no formal check in process and the park office is located in the town of Sulphur. The day we left the park host did visit the neighbor who pulled in the night before, but did not check on us the day we arrived or any time during our stay. The park is VERY well maintained, sites are level, mature trees prevented our satellite to receive, but was worth it to keep the heat off the coach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice COE park: level pad, fire pit, lots of shade, quiet, lake access, dump station, good security through park rangers, attractions nearby wildlife park, National Recreation area and casino. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Chickasaw National Recreation Area is one of the most beautiful places we have been. It is actually a combination of 3 areas of land. The original National park was called Platt National Park. Then the National Park Service joined 2 more parcels of land with the CCC built Platt Natl. Park and renamed it Chickasaw Natl. Rec. Area in honor of the Chickasaw Indians who deeded the park to the Federal government. There are two RV area, Buckhorn and The Point. We camped in The Point and were very glad we did. We have a 38'+ 5th wheel and did not have trouble getting it into the space. On many sites in this area there is an additional space for you vehicle. There are also very nice camping pads at each site with picnic tables. The showers and restrooms are some of the cleanest I have seen. A few miles on down the road you come to a paradise. This is the original CCC built Platt area. Wonderful hiking trails, and swimming in mineral and fresh water spring creeks. The waterfalls are so pretty. The nature center offers the Junior Ranger program and our grandson participated in it. Overall it is just a beautiful place and we will definitely go back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park with new owners. Sites gravel mainly level not all 50amp. Owners are friendly. Has a number of full time trailers but sites are pretty well kept up. Would be a good place to stay a few days while visting the Turner Falls area. No real place for children to play but owners intend to make more available for families with children. I would stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.