Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $32.00
We used this park for access into Tulsa. Whilst out of town it is very quiet. Some permanents/workers are there but no noise. Friendly staff and a bar/restaurant is available on site. Good food and we watched the barrel racing competition. Gravel sites and wi-fi available in the community room although we were able to pick up wi-fi at our site. Would stay here again although we could imagine it being quite muddy if raining. We camped at Tulsa RV Ranch in a Motorhome.
Dirty, muddy, many full time residents. No storm shelter so we spent the evening in the community room. Bar overpriced. Trash all over. Will never go there again and we full time. The check in was odd. She asked us what number we were in and we hadn't checked in yet. But she took the credit card and gave us a number of a spot. No cable, no WiFi, no way we'll be back. We camped at Tulsa RV Ranch in a Fifth Wheel.
Staff and neighbors were friendly. Roads and sites are mostly gravel with some low spots, but generally level. It rained, so those spots turned to water puddles. There are shade and satellite friendly sites. Gravel at site pads are just wide enough for our RV, but plenty long. Not much room between each site. Good shore power and high water pressure. Could not get WiFi at our site, I was told it worked at the office. This seems to happen at more parks lately, so I need to start asking if WiFi is park wide. Very few frills, but Tulsa isn't far away. I still haven't decided if we'll return. We camped at Tulsa RV Ranch in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $35.00
We had an extended stay in Tulsa area, had a few days to look at RV Parks prior to committing to one. This was by far the best we found here. A bit of a drive to Tulsa,8+ miles but definitely worth it. If so desired, entertainment and restaurant on site. Rodeo grounds and MX track. Somewhat dusty when wind is blowing. Definitely stay here again. We camped at Tulsa RV Ranch in a Motorhome.
The park, opened in 2012, has full hookups with 50 amp service. The sites and roads are gravel, thus was a little dusty. There is easy access to Turner Turnpike (I-44) and Creek Nation Turnpike. This is the best RV park in the Tulsa metro area, located only 20 miles south of downtown Tulsa. Unlike all the other RV parks in the metro area, it is not predominately long term campers. There is a restaurant on site and a casino 1/4 mile south. Although, next to US 75, it was quite with no road noise. If you are visiting the Tulsa metro area, I would recommend you try this place. We camped at Tulsa RV Ranch in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $38.00
Brand new park! Owners very friendly and helpful. Very well laid out. Wi-Fi in office bldg and front half part of park. You can get any size rig in there, including an 18-wheeler. This is truly an RV Ranch. There are pull threw that will accommodate horse trailers w/RV quarters. Adjacent to the park there is an arena, if there at the right time you can watch a rodeo. Will stay here again. Price reflects Good Sam discount. We camped at Tulsa RV Ranch in a Motorhome.