4 Parks near Bartlesville, Oklahoma
May 2016 - $21.00
Price reflects weekly, pay for 5 and get 7 nights. We had a water and electric pull thru parallel to the Caney River, about 10 yards away. These spots don't have sewer, but the park pumps your tanks several times a week. Good service. There are some long term campers here, but are quiet and friendly. The location is quiet while being in town. One morning I saw a raccoon walking across our patio. - ronboett
Oct 2015 - $17.00
Sites are oddly laid out. Our narrow gravel site was level. The sewer was not usable since it was located at the rear of the site. The campground was located next to the "Pathway Parkway", a very impressive hike/bike trail way that runs within the city. The WiFi worked, but was typically slow. - BobatRetama
May 2014 - $27.00
We stayed here for a few nights while visiting family, which was conveniently close for that specific purpose. It's an okay park, certainly not what I would call a resort. Gravel service, spaces are tight, but we were fortunate to have a nice long spot for easy pull in/out. The entrance is good, but if you're coming from the west on Hwy. 60 it's a tight turn so it's best to go down to the Lowe's turn around and make the turn from the east. There are some permanent residents here (construction/oilfield workers), and the park is sort of divided into an older area and a more transient area for the few day stay-ers. One thing I would say, is the park is designed sort of funky. It's got RV's parking all which ways, at angles, some butt right up against one another. On the good side, we were escorted to our site, the space worked for us, the staff was friendly, the pool open (we didn't use). If we come to visit family again, we'll likely stay. Oh, and there is a nice paved path (Pathfinder Parkway Bird Trail) that would've been great for our bikes (if we'd brought them!), so we took a long walk. (Google the walking path, it's great!) - ErinandCorbin
Sep 2015 - $18.00
We stayed here 3 nights and stopped on our way out to tell the staff how much we appreciated the nicely maintained park, clean restrooms, hot showers, soap and paper towels, and clean RV sites. Great hiking trails, small lake for canoeing, fishing, and paddle boats. Swimming pool in summer, tennis, conference center, just a very nice small, QUIET (at least during the week) park. We really enjoyed it. - Relee52
May 2010 - $18.00
About 8 miles west of Bartlesville, the park is quiet, wooded with short oak trees. Paved loops and sites on rolling terrain. Bath houses adequate. Very pretty. Friendly rangers. The real attraction is the 10 miles or so away AAA well deserved Gem rated Woolaroc (wood-lake-rock) ranch, museum and wildlife preserve created by the founder of Phillips 66 petroleum. The two storied museum features extensive western Indian and pioneer artifacts, a Colts gun collection, and hanging from the ceiling the beautiful orange and dark blue Woolaroc monoplane that won the contest for the first flights from California to Hawaii after the Lindberg America to Paris flight. Lots of history there. Further to the west is the Tall Grass Prairie Preserve with freely roaming buffalo. The area is well worth seeing. I would stay at the park again. - 210jem
Oct 2009 - $16.00
Nice campground and very well maintained. Use caution if you are are in a big rig or pulling a long 5th wheel. The roads are narrow with steep drop offs. 28' trailers and smaller work well and it is a nice family campground. We had trouble backing in our 5th wheel and had to be selective on sites. Great for day picnics and family reunions. Great hiking trails, take a snack lunch. - wolfy1
Apr 2011 - $20.00
Very nice under utilized State Park campground. Many sites back up to lake. All sites have shade. Very clean and quiet. No local TV reception. Storm shelter on CG loop. 50 and 30 amp sites. We will stay here again. - sandstravels
Jan 2009 - $18.00
This is a very nice state park we found on accident. You can see the lake from all the sites. Everybody was really nice. Grounds where very well kept up. It is $10 a night w/o electric $6 more and with it and water is $2. The site website says $3 sewer fee. We did not have sewer service at the site but they do have a dump station you can use. If you are ever in North Oklahoma well worth the stay just for the view over the lake in the morning. - Warren's
Dec 2015 - $27.00
The is a small, no-frills campground. Entry to the campground is easy on a paved road. Drive slow - cattle may be crossing the road.
The campground is heavily wooded and surrounded by open fields. The campsites are gravel and fairly level. All sites are pull through. I did have to position my trailer carefully in order to be able to open the slides - trees are close to campsites.
Restrooms and laundry are clean and modern. I did not use wi-fi or cable.
The camp host (Julie) is helpful and friendly, but not intrusive.
I will stay here again. - waterlover63
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Nice little place out in the middle of nowhere. Except for some wild underage kids speeding around in the park in a golf cart, we enjoyed the one night we stayed there. This is a very nice little park. Manager was very helpful and we would come back. - Largeandy
Jun 2012 - $23.00
They have added a new recreation building to the park this year. The park is located 2.4 miles south of Pawhuska in a wooded glen. Very quiet and yet convenient to the town and museums. The sites are gravel and fairly level so you will need little effort to set up. They also have two storm shelters, just in case. There is a nice fishing lake within walking distance. - A hitch and hop