18 Parks near Ardmore, Oklahoma
Oct 2013 - $25.00
It is not Big Rig friendly unless you want to unhitch your toad and scrape your coach. I spent the day on a ladder waxing out the tree limb scrunches from a park where the lady said..."oh no problem you can get in and out of here , there is plenty of room. Learned never to trust those words. The road and curve were way too narrow which caused us to have to hug the side with the low hanging limbs. All I could do was hold my breath as the limbs scraped the whole side...but luckily it was more dirt than actual scratch. We got around and pulled right out the exit on the other side. - RoadAngel
Apr 2010 - $25.00
Campground is relatively new. The rest room's and shower's were very clean. The check in crew were very friendly and helpful. Work still needs to be done on interior roads and at the campsite right out from the office. Drop off to get to the exit road was such your back end might scrape. I backed out. Traffic noise is very noticeable. - billy s
Jan 2010 - $32.00
A very nice campground. The store was well-equipped and staffed by very nice people. Even with the tornado warnings, we would stay here again. - kraftykurl
Dec 2016 - $32.00
See the last review. All I can add is this is a great RV Park and exceeded our expectations. Costs $5 more if you want by the bathrooms or dog run but that didn't bother us. Bathrooms and showers are excellent, and dog run is large. I hesitated to make reservations here only because there weren't many reviews but don't let that stop you, this is a new RV Park with all new facilities. Highly recommend it, only here overnight on our way to Arizona, but wish we had a reason to stay here longer! Staff is great. I can't give you any info on the wifi as we didn't use it. We did hear a train but that didn't bother us. They have a game room, pool, nice laundry facilities. Nearby is Lake Murray, horseback riding, golf course, and several restaurants. - Jane and Mike
Nov 2016 - $35.00
This a great rv park, top notch. Very friendly on site managers that we visited with several times and they helped in any way. Layout of park is great, asphalt roads with concrete pads with patio area. There are not many trees there yet, as this park just opened a couple of months ago.
Spotless bathrooms, very nicely done tile work. Has game room which is fun, pool, play set for kids with basket ball and other things as well.
Very easy to get to, off I-35 exit #24. Spent 4 nights there and did not want to leave, are planning to return in near future.
There are some trains nearby, but did not bother us.
Make this park a stop when in area or passing thru. - 1rver
Oct 2014 - $23.00
Excellent paved roads, Concrete pads, beautiful lakeside camping or selecuded spots if you desire. Clean, quiet, very friendly staff. Trees could use a little trimming but otherwise a really nice park and would definitely stay here again! Rate reflects senior discount. - Gloria S.
Mar 2012 - $12.00
Lake Murray has great campgrounds. We love how each space is level and has lots of grass. Some sites have more trees than others. - Bravenutt
Jun 2008 - $15.00
This is one campground of several campgrounds located at Lake Murray State Park, the oldest and largest state park in Oklahoma. This campground as well as others in this park are heavily used and take no reservations. If you don't arrive early on Friday for the weekend during the summer you probably will not get an RV site. Holiday weekends apparently are completely full several days before the holiday. Approximately one-half of the sites have full hookups, with concrete pads and are pull thrus. Some are located along the lake shore. The remainder of the sites are back-in which would be difficult for big rigs to get into. This park was very crowded and I only saw one bathouse/restroom for this campground. It also has a boat launch. The dump station is not easily accessible for big rigs; fortunately there are other dump stations in the park that are somewhat more accessible and available to use. Camp hosts and park personnel were friendly and helpful. This park also has a golf course. We would probably stay here again if passing through. I would have rated this park higher if the campground had been spread over a greater area, the back-in sites were easier to back into and the park accepted reservations. The rate was for a 30 amp service hookup. - Ramtex
Feb 2011 - $29.00
Lake Murray ATV Park is part of the State Park system and does not take reservations - first come first serve. This campground you can ride your ATV from the campground to the 1000+ acres of riding and trails. Located on the lake, you can ride down to the lake and go for a swim when it gets hot. The sites have fire rings, picnic tables, cooking grilles, and paved pads. There is no riding at night which makes it quiet after dark. They just built a new playground for kids that is awesome. The bathrooms are clean and the showers require quarters. We have been coming here for years and have met a lot of nice folks. - Kodiakc5500
Dec 2016 - $30.00
We will definitely return to this campground. We camped in space 30 which is a premium space right next to the lake. Great level concrete pad with plenty of space for our 40ft 5er and tow vehicle. Nearly every space in this campground, including the standard sites have water, electric and sewer, but space 30 has no sewer due to its proximity to the water. I guess the location makes up for the lack of sewer connection and still qualifies as "premium". It is a fantastic campsite. Had good AT&T wireless and data service here along with good TV antenna reception. We got all of the big networks. It's a fairly quick trip back into Ardmore if you need anything. - Sigohigo
Apr 2016 - $26.00
Wanted to get away for a few days from Dallas Texas. Very nice RV Park... - TXRVKing2013
Nov 2015 - $18.00
Lake Murray, located near the Texas border of Oklahoma, is Oklahoma's first state park and some say its best. Elephant Rock is located midway along the Western shore, a short drive off the Interstate south of Ardmore and about 1 mile North of the park headquarters, which itself is near the lodge, cabins, and chapel and across from a regional small plane airport and golf course. There are a couple of other campgrounds around Lake Murray and reviewed on rvparkreviews, one evidently permitting ATVs and another adjacent to the marina landing. Seemingly not reviewed (or perhaps considered part of Elephant Rock) is another excellent peninsula campground named "Tipp's Point" with gorgeous lake views adjacent to Elephant Rock, that appears to be less used or known. Not sure why, as there's a number of excellent back-ins and pull-throughs, at least some with full hook-up. Not aware of the history behind the name "Elephant Rock", but there is a large rock sitting just offshore (requires some imagination). The sites next to the shore are nice, though carry a "premium" charge (are clearly marked) and not supporting sewer, so we settled on a site closer to the entrance. The sites are first-come, first-served, and were more than adequate when we arrived late afternoon in November (note gate closes ~10 pm), but weekends got busier and it might fill up at peak times in the summer, so plan accordingly. The sites were very level and well-spaced, with many quite private. Quarters are used for the new shower rooms, but you can still find free showers in the older building away from the lake. A surprise for a state park, there was a laundry available, albeit with only two washers and two dryers (plus one washer was out when we were there). The host was friendly and helpful, and the park was well patrolled by park rangers. Maintenance & cleaning was good though the older bathrooms needed some paint on the doors and floor. It was nicely quiet & dark at night. - dns718
Apr 2006 - $20.00
This is strictly a bare bones park. Rates were rather high considering there is no bath house or laundry facilities, which I consider a staple for a RV park. The folks are very friendly and helpful. Sites and interior roads are all gravel. Sites are level. - J59T
Nov 2016 - $30.00
Overnight stay. Got site 42. Don't accept site 41,42,43,or 44 for full rate. After I parked and got set-up I noticed several sites nearby that had concrete pad for parking. Sites 41 - 44 are gravel very unlevel front to back. I had to place blocks under front tires so that wheels were not off the ground. - Tom 573
Sep 2016 - $31.00
Gravel sites and roads. Long sites with grass, some with concrete pads. A lake with kayaks and water slides. Interior roads have some ruts, but easily drive-able. The main road to the park is fairly narrow. - ta96silver
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Nice park for stopover. One nite. Clean. Lots of permanents across small lake. No eye sores. Must turn left off intersection to the park. Only problem was pool hours not adhered to and was noisy at mid-nite. - fletch460
May 2013 - $25.00
This park was conveniently located to I35 for a 1-night stopover. The road into the park was very dusty. My site was long and wide, and it had 50 amp service. The WiFi was very slow. The overall appearance of the place is a bit shabby, but the staff was friendly. I would not want to stay here long, but given the reasonable rate, I considered it a fair value. - Phaeton40AH
Sep 2012 - $27.00
Host was very accommodating and friendly. Offered Good Sam discount, price was reasonable. Park is very "rough" with gravel/caliche (dusty), very run down, sharp turns. Was very suitable for a short, overnight stay, but nothing more. - Jeepster01
Oct 2010 - $30.00
Could not connect to Wi-Fi because the server would not allow high speed due to a minimal contract. Therefore we could not connect. The sewer hookups are so high off the ground that the water can't get from your tank. The park is small with tight corners. We could not take the site they first gave us because we could not make the corner and the trees were too low. Personnel were friendly and helped as much as they could. - rose222222
Aug 2016 - $25.00
The falls and the activities are cool but it was appalling to see how trashy people are and the fact that the park allows it. What a potentially beautiful part of nature only to be trashed by people leaving beer cans, dirty diapers and just trash all over..very disappointed in the care of the park. - OklahomaCamper
Mar 2011 - $28.00
Good level spots. Just a few hundred yards from a trail. We were the only RV here which was surprising but nice. Got strong Verizon signal. Picnic table and fire ring at each site. - rumurphy
Aug 2010 - $50.00
This is a great park that we had been to before, but the location of the RV sites is "off the beaten path" and is a hike to anything fun like the falls or swimming area unless you want to go rock climbing. Not family friendly from that aspect. We left after about 4 hrs. I will go back to Turner Falls, but not in an RV. - DANNYESENIA
Aug 2015 - $22.00
We booked this site unseen (pardon the pun) the road getting in to "C" look is super tight. We have 33ft 5er and you really need to watch the corners.
Directions on the website need to be updated, they are a little confusing.
This park has to have the nicest rangers we've ever come in contact with. - RollingRock
Feb 2015 - $22.00
Campground is very well maintained. Trash receptacles for each site. Sites were laid-out back when travel trailers were much shorter and without slides. We have a 30' RV and there are only a few sites on the D loop that would accommodate us. Water and electrical hookups are very close to the pad. For our slide, we had to cheat over quite bit to clear the hookups. These issues aside, the park is beautiful and we enjoyed our stay. - ACope
Jul 2014 - $11.00
We camped in C85. Very narrow road through the C loop. Our site was not level, and we used all the leveling blocks we had to raise the back end enough to be satisfactory. The showers use a timed push-button system, solar heated from the roof of the showerhouse. Temperature regulation of the water is poor (you have no control over the temperature, just on-off). It is a long walk to the water. No playground for the grandkids. I won't camp here again. - User3333