4 RV Parks near Bray, Oklahoma
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bray. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bray in the left hand column.
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This park is by far the worst park that we have ever stayed at. Bathroom and laundry facilities were nice and clean. The park manager will go around and look for stuff that they can constantly keep charging for, that's not on the website or in any paperwork that is signed when you get here. All gravel no grass and only a couple trees. We signed for a month and left a week early. Would not recommend this park to anybody. - Dillondw
May 2016 - $9.00
Clean, well maintained park. Nice variety of sites with good lake access and nice views. Sites not crammed together. Good fishing. Courteous staff. - Nodrawers
Dec 2015 - $28.00
This is another park that is okay for an overnight. There were a few seasonals, but the declining oil market has affected them. Friendly office staff, gravel sites. Water was on, but they asked us to remove the water hose at night to prevent a freeze up. The downside for us was all the stickers. Our little dogs were not happy campers. There was a little road noise overnight. - Cameo2010
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Private park-located behind the owners home. 21 sites. Gravelled lots but surrounding grass areas. Great view of the hills and the trees. Super great water pressure. ***Important- storm shelter available. Approximately 15 minutes from Chickasha Oklahoma. Pet friendly. Grass area to walk pets as needed. Very nice owners. - witchey1
Jun 2015 - $23.00
The only positive thing to be said is 'it was a place to park and that is stretching it.' We travel to different states for work assignments. The other 2 local campgrounds in Chickasha OK were full so this was the only option.
The entire grounds area is crushed stone, one dumpster with garbage on the ground around it. There is no office/restrooms etc. When we arrived we had to go to several campers to find out where the on site person was and when found he had an attitude 'deal with it' and then a few minutes later came to assist. He did advise us of the tornado shelter (looks like an empty tractor trailer with 2 roof fans buried in a hole/mound in the ground with stepping stones up the mound- I am guessing its a ladder to get inside-not great for bad hip and a service dog). There are free roaming dogs that belong in the park. Payment is an honor system- envelopes and locked box. Advertises on envelopes for cash/check/online (which is not available). - witchey1