4 Parks near Arapaho, Oklahoma
We did however find 4 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.
Sep 2013 - $30.00
We got by for one night but would not stay here again except as a last resort. Very crowded with oilfield workers. Quiet but not attractive at all. Just a place to stop and sleep. We would only stay here again if there were no other choice. - nitronorton
Dec 2006 - $22.00
This is an older park, but was quite well kept up. This was our port in a storm after strong winds tried to take our awning off, we stopped here for one night. There are pecan trees throughout, and it looks like there are some long term campers here, but on the whole is clean and well kept up. - Sid
Dec 2016 - $18.00
Beautiful park! The sites were easy to access. The staff and Park Ranger were extremely helpful and kind. Awesome lake access and tons of places to walk your dog. - Thelma3
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We have visited a lot of State parks and this is clearly on e of the best. Foss Lake is a man made lake and has 58 miles of coastline with depths ranging from 24 ft up to 70 ft. Great area for fishing and boating. Unlike many parks - this one can easily handle big rigs. The water pressure is good. Only downside is that only about 10 sites have sewer hook-up. Surprising, we got good Digital TV reception from Oklahoma City stations. It is easy to see why this place stays booked full during summer months. - rv time
Aug 2016 - $23.00
We stayed in Cedar Point space #1 which had a fabulous lake view. The pad was concrete, level, and spacious. There were shade trees on either side, a picnic table, and fire pit which had wood already waiting for us. The grounds were well maintained and impeccably cared for. The restrooms were clean, but tons of creepy crawly things invade them after dark so shower early!
We would definitely return to Foss State Park on our next cross county trip if traveling down the I-40. - Thirtygoodyears
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
Dec 2010 - $27.00
Almost every site had a permanent trailer, guy next to us was drunk and had to move truck so we could get in. Site so narrow we couldn't set up, had to move out of site and connect with 50' extension cord. Dog waste everywhere. Absolutely no amenities at all! We didn't disconnect as were here for overnight only. Very old woman/owner has little to do with operation just takes the money. Never again here. - tomman
Nov 2016 - $41.00
Older park that is located right off I-40. Lots of trees that make pulling into your site a little difficult. Sites are asphalt, narrow but long enough to stay hooked up. Not much space between sites. Limited cable, picnic table, camp store and cafe. Nice dog park. Was an ok park but not worth the price tag. The KOA we stayed in the night before we twice as nice and $10 less. Probably won't stay here again. - travelswithpuppies
Nov 2016 - $38.00
Stayed one night. Friendly staff. Nice campground. They have breakfast and dinner service. - ArmandV
Oct 2016 - $41.00
This is is a good overnight park. My view is that few KOA's are worth the premium price you pay. They said, this was a a nice clean park and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The site was level and all utilities including cable. Wifi is good during the day but slows down in the evening when the park fills up. - bb6306