6 RV Parks near Arapaho, Oklahoma
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Arapaho. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Arapaho in the left hand column.
May 2014 - $1.00
This is a free site, no charge to park. This is in the parking lot for the casino. There are utility poles on either end of the lot with numerous hook ups, 50 amp, 30 amp, regular house hold plugs. The lot is on a pretty good slope so we could not get level but we got close. We tried backing in with our head down but it would take too many blocks to level. We ended up side on and got close to level. No water or sewer hookup. This is a first come first served type of set up. The lot is monitored by security camera and a regular drive through. They knew we were there right away and a lady showed up in a truck to see if we were doing OK and to offer a ride to the casino, just a short walk away. We were made to feel very welcome and we told we could stay as long as we wanted. Would use this spot again if in the area. - BMain
Oct 2013 - $0.00
The Lucky Star Casino is located approximately 1 mi off I-40 and provides an overflow paved parking lot for RV parking. Access to the casino is easy and we used N2274 Rd from the interstate. Actual address of the casino is 101 North Indian Hospital Road, Clinton, Oklahoma 73601. The overflow parking lot is paved and approximately 200 yards from the actual casino. There are many "dry" RV sites available. At the east and west end of the parking lot are located very large grey electrical boxes which supply 50 amp power for at least 2 backed-in RVs each, however the slope of the pavement is significant and we had difficulty leveling. As no other RVs were in the area we parallel parked at one of the boxes and had no leveling issues. The casino offers the RV sites for free and thus it is a good overnight stop. Staff were very friendly and security patrols were evident. A shuttle service will take you to the casino. The casino also provided my wife and I each with a $10 gambling credit. - Darrell M
Sep 2017 - $30.00
The park is a bi-level park and entrance into each area is separate from each other. Check-in is in a boutique store and the clerk is the store/park owner-manager. If the shop is closed you have to self register. The grounds are not well kept and this camper did not try to use any of the park facilities. There isn't anything for families and children, but the park is pet friendly. It's adequate for over night parking if you're self contained. - Oddyssey
Jul 2016 - $33.00
The location for this campground is wrong. It is located in Clinton just South of I40.
The WI-FI worked OK. It's coverage is aimed behind the building. Many sites are shaded. Laundry room is clean. Machines were inexpensive and worked well. Showers were simple but clean. Saturday and Sunday you have to self check-in. - CharlieB
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Good for an overnighter. WiFi didn't work. Trees need to be trimmed for larger rigs. Had limbs on the roof. Would consider another stay. - BL Ford
May 2018 - $25.00
Loved this park. Enjoyed a one night stay at site 6 at Cedar Point right on the lake. The Park Manager is very nice. Had a pull through grass/dirt/gravel site and stayed connected with our 34' fifth wheel. Very level which kind of surprised me. Water was available and we used 50 amp electricity. Nicely shaded by large trees. Like most state parks sewage was a dump station. Really couldn't have been more pleased unless it would have been staying longer. It looked like the site at the very end, I think site 10 was the best site at Cedar Point. Definitely would like to return. - C2CO
May 2018 - $28.00
We just love this state park! They have five camping areas with various amenities. Some, like ours, are waterfront. Beautiful sunrise and sunset with a great view of the lake and the dam. The entire lake is bordered by the State Park and the Waschita Wild Life preserve. The sites were large with mature trees, very nice elevated fire ring, patio area, and nice picnic table. The Cedar Point campground sites 1 & 2 are back in and the rest are roomy paved pull-throughs. Site 2 - your door side is right on the lake. It gets really breezy when a storm drops in. Cottonwood campground has 10 full hookup sites. We also drove through the Cutberth campground and really liked it especially site 9 back-in to the woods. Cutberth also has a boat launch. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Jan 2018 - $23.00
We stayed in the Cottonwood Campground which has full hookups but no lake view. Had the place all to ourselves at this time of the year. An older park but well maintained. Saw deer, squirrels and a porqupine in the campground. Not much else in the area but we are geocachers and there were plenty to keep us busy in the area. We also visited the Rt. 66 Museum in nearby Clinton where you must go for groceries or almost anything else. Lots of bison in the campground around the office area. Nice place overall. - Grumpier99
Aug 2017 - $25.00
The park itself was not reflective of the very well made website. The main advertising part of their website was a diner up the road which we visited before hand, and was very good! We had a choice between a gravel lot between long term occupants and a shady area. We opted for the shady area only to find that the shore line wouldn't reach and the water didn't work too well either. There were ants anywhere you stood/sat and no facilities at all! We left after an hour or so when the toilet backed up!
We were given a very warm welcome and the host was helpful with a shore line extension but that is unfortunately the only positive. - Tracy86
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This is a small, gravel, parking lot style campground right off I-40. It is not an RV resort or a state park. Self-serve registration envelope & instructions available at the office. Cash or checks only. No one is there to take a credit card.
There are many permanent residents and some live in older RV's. It is the only campground in Weatherford and the next closest one is in Clinton. We two 60-something seasoned lady travelers found it to be quite satisfactory for an overnight stop.
The perimeter grass was cut, the place was neat with no trash and the sites are level and mostly pull-thru's. There were no security issues. We felt safe. There are no bathrooms or showers, but the available sites all had 30 & 50 amp electric, good tasting, clear water and sewer hook ups. It's just fine for a quick overnight. We would stay again. - DebInIndy
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Thought we would stop by and update the 2010 review on this park. If anything it's worse than it was. The only thing new was the "Tinsey's Old Route 66 RV Park" sign. NO one on site to check-in. NO rate chart. NO registration forms/envelopes. NO effort toward overnighters. NO response on the "if no one is here call.." number. COULD NOT leave even a message. NO call back on a missed call on his phone. He offers nothing to the nostalgic Route 66 traveler. He has a nearly full house of long term residents and apparently that's enough for him. It is not even worth the effort to pull off the Interstate unless you are desperate. - CharlieB
May 2018 - $41.00
Lovely campground with mature but trimmed trees, grass under the picnic tables at each site and cute playground. Friendly check-in with excellent directions to site and offer to guide if needed. Menu for limited food (pizza, wings, sandwiches, salad& some easy breakfast items). One of the better KOA's we've stayed at. Right off I-40 but no freeway noise ( although wind was so noisy maybe that masked it the night we were there!) - monamonaco
Mar 2018 - $40.00
This park is conveniently located on the north side of I-40 @ exit 50. It is in a rural setting. The sites are located on a gentle slope behind the office, which helps block road noise from I-40. Most sites are pull thrus & long enough to stay hooked up for over night stays. Utilities were conveniently located & worked well. We were told the cable company was working on the cable, so it was not available. Last review in November, 2017 also said cable didn't work! We were able to pick up major network channels with OTA antenna. Staff was friendly & helpful. We would overnight here again when in the area. - c lewis
Nov 2017 - $38.00
The easiest on and off of all of I-40. Cable didn't work but you can get all of the majors over the air. WIFI was fine. Good overnight stop. - Beggco
Jun 2018 - $45.00
After spending the previous night at an old KOA designed in the 1960's for small travel trailers it was a pleasure to drive our big rig into this park. This is a new modern RV park with wide paved interior roads, easy wide turns, every site has a level concrete pad with plenty of room between sites. About a mile from I40 means no road noise at night. Clear access for satellite dishes. WIFI is strong but only free for first night. Friendly staff. We would stay here again without question. - LucyS
Jun 2018 - $36.00
Great park. The owner went out of his way to get us equipment to fix a torn slide cover. They are also committed to providing significant travel spots even though they have a waiting list for monthly tenants so us overnight nomads feel welcome. Small water features throughout, well manicured greenery and young trees that will provide non-overwhelming shade in years to come. - Bonita Arizona
May 2018 - $42.00
What a find! We have camped in many RV Parks but, so far, this is THE best one we've stayed at. Park is under a year old and everything is still new including the trees which are still growing. All sites are level concrete with lush grass on each side with grill/fire pit and picnic table. Sites are NOT right on top of each other. Roads are wide enough to maneuver around without hassle. If we're ever in this area again, Wanderlust Crossings is the only place we would consider. - Retired Wanderers