5 RV Parks near Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Sep 2017 - $36.00
It looks like they opened this place before they finished building it! It is over priced for the amenities provided and the condition of the sites and service roads. There is a poured cement "patio" that sits 4" to 5" above the level of the parking site. Do they plan to build up the site to the level of the patio? The parking site, as well as, the service road, is mixed size large gravel and rock that is difficult to walk on. Our site was not level. It is best to pull close the the cement patio so that you can exit your rig and step out onto the patio rather than the gravel/ rock mix. Our site had a picnic table and a fire ring but the "grass" in the site looked like mowed weeds. There was a laundry room, a gazebo with bench seating around the interior edges (no tables or chairs), a children's playground set, and a fenced dog walk as additional amenities. Apparently there is a club room with bathroom accommodations (?) but it closes when the single staff agent goes home at 5:30 or 6:00 pm and we did not have a chance to inspect it. Other than a bathroom for the club room, there are no other bathroom or shower facilities that we could find. - dicknjoan6
Aug 2017 - $42.00
Brand new park owned by rv dealership down the road. Nice long level pull-thru. The sites seem to have been built for fifth wheels or travel trailers. The patio and electric/water are near the rear of the site. If you are traveling in a motorhome and don't plan to unhook be sure you have a long cord and hose. Nice dog run, but small dogs can go under the wooden fence in the back. Wifi worked well. Cable TV was out during our stay. Loved the online reservation system with one big exception. I couldn't find a place to ask for discounts. When I arrived I noticed they are Good Sam and the manager mentioned they also give a 15% discount to military/veterans. She offered a refund for the discounts. She said she would tell the owner about the website not having a place to request discounts. Overall nice place to stay when passing through Bartlesville! - The Griffins
Oct 2017 - $25.00
We went as a club from out home area. Park was a very good place to stay. Price was good. Staff was very helpful. They had a club trailer we could play cards or games in. There was another club in the park at the same time, so they were using the club house at the same time. They were very nice people that we hope to see again. Both clubs joined again for church on Sunday morning, worked very well. We visited a lot of nice places in the area. We plan to return and stay at Riverside again. - Seemore
Aug 2017 - $29.00
Nice older park. Very well manicured landscape. Service perfect. They put us in a site that was not quite long enough, but told us not to worry about being in the space behind us. (These were parallel spaces.). They did this so we would not have to unhook!! That is service! - The Griffins
Jun 2017 - $18.00
This is an older park by the Caney river. Very convenient when you are wanting to tour Bartlesville. The spaces are gravel, dry and dusty, with lots of cottonwood trees. There are a lot of beautiful flowers maintained by a worker. I did use the laundry which was good. We did not use the pool or showers. All did seem well. - oniedu
Aug 2017 - $40.00
I stayed here 2 nights in site 6 while driving through in a 27 foot motorhome with tow car. This is an older and smaller CCC state park campground (the park itself is actually quite large). The roads are quite narrow as are the sites and it was a difficult and tight park to circle around in. I was originally in site 11 but it had a bend in the middle of it and trees right beside it and a gravel drop off that would have been right off my door so I opted to change to site 6 which is a long pull-through site. Many sites are quite short and there is a good bit of erosion going on so several sites had the gravel drop off problem and many would need leveling. It is a pretty campground with grass and trees and a stream bed through the middle of it. There is a lake but no swimming and the pool was closed but there is a creek with short falls for kids. There is a nice tent camp area up on a hill. There are trails -- the nicest of which was the creek loop. I found the reservation site difficult to work with and with the $8 reservation fee and the $40 per night charge the park was quite expensive. Staff and the ranger in charge were very nice -- ranger came by to chat and drove around the campground at night. Water and electric worked well -- water spigot was quite some distance away. Dump station convenient to use. Verizon - surprisingly -- worked fine. I didn't use the restrooms. Nightly rate didn't include $8 reservation fee. - SoloRed
Jul 2017 - $22.00
This was a nice quiet park. The Verizon and AT&T data was spotty, at best, same can be said for cell phone service (2-3 bars, off and on). The site was mostly level and a good solid concrete pad, no large broken pieces. The rangers were very accommodating to our need to arrive after the normal park hours. We were less than 45 minutes from Pawhuska proper and Bartlesville. The showers were adequate, clean enough, but did appear a bit run down. We did not take advantage of the pool, but heard that it was wonderful (and spring fed!) and cooling! Beautiful lake with available canoes. Several lookouts, but did notice ticks (which kept us from doing any hiking). Convenient dump station with great water pressure on the way out. Good paved roads throughout. - TxDorsey1975
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
Jun 2017 - $10.00
Wah-Sha-She campground is a former Oklahoma State Park located on Hulah Lake north of Bartlesville and close to the OK/KS border. We had difficulty finding it with our GPS which took us to a nearby town. We called the helpful lady at the listed number and she told us about recent flooding at nearby Copan Lake which has closed Hwy 10. She gave directions for the detour around the closed highway and we arrived at the campground. Thanks to her for a patient and helpful attitude! The campground is now run by a group of hard-working volunteers through a non-profit organization. These are locals, with other jobs, just working hard to save a local treasure. Hulah Lake (and I suppose Copan Lake) is a Corps of Engineers flood control structure. There were a several people at the campground who were fishing and they seemed to be doing quite well. The lake is beautiful. The campground was flooded recently, and the volunteers were busy clearing driftwood and mowing grass. The campsites are spacious and almost all are under a canopy of lovely oak trees. Sites have electricity and water and there's a dump station behind the clean bath house. Other than a supply of ice for sale, there were no amenities at the campground. Cell signal is sufficient, there is no wi-fi. The campground is about 15-17 miles to Bartlesville and 26 miles to Pawhuska. While there are few amenities, the campground is in a beautiful setting on Hulah Lake. (Most of the locals refer to the campground as Hulah Lake campground which might be helpful if you ask directions). According to this news article (www.examiner-enterprise.com/news/local-news/project-will-close-state-highway-10-copan-dam), Highway 10 will be closed for construction for 6-9 months, starting June 1 2017. The article also indicates that the highway department is working to get up better detour signs. This would be helpful!! Please support this campground, and the non-profit that is working so hard to save it! - Piperjim
Sep 2016 - $10.00
The campground is now operated by a nonprofit group and named
Wah-Sha-She Park http://www.hulahlakeosage.com/.
It is a lovely campground with sites right on Lake Hulah and includes a boat ramp.
They do NOT take reservations, but there are over 80 sites and there were campers there in September.
I was treated to my first viewing of American White Pelicans. I guess you can tell I'm an easterner. The sunsets over the lake were spectacular. - John-Jean
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
Jun 2017 - $22.00
This is a very clean and comfortable campground. Bathroom and showers were very clean, as well as laundry room. Our camp host was extremely friendly. She had lots of information about the vicinity, places to go and things to see. She is a very hard worker and keeps the campground very clean! We will definitely stay here again! - btippie
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