14 Parks near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Broken Arrow. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Broken Arrow in the left hand column.
Dec 2016 - $32.00
Nice, big park. Easy to navigate in 41' class A with toad. Nice pull through site. Looks to be mostly full timers staying here. Staff is very friendly. Highway noise and morning jets flying over was very annoying. - Finn
Oct 2016 - $34.00
The park is 90% permanents. It is very well maintained. The laundry room is one of the best we've seen, and inexpensive. There are chainsaw carvings throughout the park, very nice! The wifi is one of the best we've seen - wonderful! We would definitely stay here again. - SusanRon
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Very nice RV park with paved roads with level grass and concrete pad sites. Small grass areas between each site and tall wood privacy fence between sites and scattered large trees. No tent camping, no table and no fire pit. Park well maintained. Strong passport protected wi-fi signal thru Tengointernet, FHU, good Verizon 4G, direct satellite and tv antenna signals, good cable tv, no pool. Coffee and donuts in office in morning. Mostly permanent RVs. Staff friendly and helpful. Would stay there again. - Pepper Dan
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Basically you are camping in a huge parking lot, but the tradeoff is the great location. Spots were a bit tight both widthwise and lengthwise. The park was quite empty while we were there, so we didn't have neighbors and could park our car in an empty site. If the park were full, it would have been a challenge space wise for sure (we have a 40ft motorhome). Wifi worked great and satellite was not a problem. The staff members were very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed staying in the park and would definitely stay again. - tmiller505
May 2013 - $35.00
Pretty nice park for a fairground. Good Wi-Fi near the office. Friendly staff and centrally located for us. It is a large parking lot and when events are going on some traffic, but all in all, it was pretty quiet when we were there. There was a major cutting horse event going on. I would stay here again. - nedmtnman
Jul 2011 - $35.00
This the asphalt jungle. We were in the spill over lot which is a hop, skip and jump from the main lot. This is an asphalt parking lot with underground utilities that they pull up when needed. We had water, sewer and 50 amp service. They had Wi-Fi but it was impossible to get on. It always timed out before it would connect. We used our AT&T air card with no problems. There are no trees. The parking lot is well lit at night with roving security. Your biggest fear is getting run over by a golf cart. We were here for a horse show. Although it was 105 degrees in the parking lot, the arena was air conditioned. The parking lot was clean but it seems that some people can't follow the rules and pick up after their pets. Doggie dirt was every where. - Michael47
Sep 2016 - $36.00
We have stayed here many times over the past few years. Once for a month. The park is an old mobile home community with a fair number of old time residents. Park is convenient to the Arkansas River trail for hiking or biking. Really nice trails. The one big negative to the park is the trash from the residents kids. Seems they do not teach the kids to pick up trash. Also a few rather ratty looking and trashy mobile homes. The manager needs to institute a fine for sites that are trashy and enforce the fines. - TXiceman1
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We were quite disappointed in this park. We had read all the reviews and looked at the web site pictures but neither matched our experience at Cherry Hill.
Positives: It was the closest park to the hotel where a convention we were attending was held. The lady in the office was very nice. The pool looked clean, though we didn't use it. It is close to I-44 but not terribly noisy.
Not-so-positive: The showers and restrooms were closed for repairs during our entire stay. Most of the mobile homes and trailers we saw looked shabby (the mobile next to us had venetian blinds with lots of broken slats and was run-down). The grass on and around our site looked like it hadn't been cut in a month. Our "gravel site" was more grass than gravel. We had expected a pull-thru but were told they only had 3 and those were reserved for over-nighters (we stayed a week). We were in full sun, though past reviews praised the trees. - Pamela R.
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Did not use the pool, but it looked very clean and well kept. The bathrooms and laundry were under construction and being updated so were closed on this visit. As others have stated, the pull through sites for rv's can be extremely long, mine was 150ft and was level and clean. The trees gave leanty of shade but still would let a satelite dish get signals. The back in sites were at least 60 ft long and you might be next to a mobile home site. Almost all were well kept and the park seems to be run with a rule to keep it clean. If your in the area this would be a nice location to use as your "home base" for exploring Tulsa. - weighit
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Okay park right off I-44. Concrete pull thru and back in full hook up 30/50amp sites. Small concrete patios also. Wifi does not work, hence the lower rating. They could fix this and should. Nice people and clean. Sites are rather short and hook ups are in the back. - teepee51
Oct 2016 - $33.00
This is a family owned park and the owners, as well as those that help them are WONDERFUL. The park is easy to reach and quite convenient to a lot of things in the area. The park is an older park but everything is super clean - which they take very seriously. The laundry room has a/c and again is super clean. There is no pool; otherwise I would have given it a 10.
We were in Tulsa (from MD) to trade in our TT for a 5th wheel at Bob Hurly RV and the park was really helpful. We ended up getting there a day early and they happily accommodated. The next day we did the swap over and they allowed us to use the slot beside our camper to do so - this was so much better than trying to do it at the dealership! We needed to extend our stay by a day and again they were able to accommodate. They have a number of live-ins there but everyone is so nice and the park is so clean you wouldn't really know. We had the chance to talk to the owners several times and it was like we've known them for years - how cool is that! Ask the office about things to do and for directions; we found their directions were better than the GPS. While this is a no frills park it is very clean, convenient and the people are top notch. We will stay here again - almost can't wait. - Rjjjbrown
Oct 2016 - $35.00
When ever we are in Tulsa, Warrior RV Park is always my first choice place to stay. It is clean and the host/owners are the nicest people that you will ever meet. This park is located next to Interstate I44 and you can be almost anywhere in the Tulsa area in 10 to 20 minutes. - Djshap402
May 2015 - $28.00
Least expensive closest to Tulsa. We just needed a place to hook-up for a week. Strong 50 amp - water - and sewer. The park was quiet. It is right on Rt.66. The manger of the park was very friendly and accommodating. Keep in mind this is an RV "Park" not Resort. - Dmichael
May 2013 - $28.00
The positive: manager and residents were helpful and friendly. There was plenty of hot water in the shower. The negative: no toilet paper in either men's or women's bathrooms, shower and sink were dirty and the bathroom had peeling paint. The water hookup was down in a hole in the ground and since it had recently rained, the hole was filled with muddy water which covered the water connection. There was no picnic table at the site, and no shade trees. The sites are very close together. It caters mostly to permanent guests; only 2 sites for overnighters. - rkh
Jun 2011 - $20.00
Location is the main key to this campground, and the new owner and manager which is always good. The sites are older but hookups are well maintained, good water pressure, etc. We paid a weekly rate and stayed a week while visiting friends in Tulsa and exploring the area. Nice folks managing with mostly trailers and 5th Wheelers with working folks in the campground. Good restaurant within walking too. Will definitely stay here again when visiting. - Bernie & Peg Pobiak
Nov 2015 - $30.00
The owner went out of his way to meet us and guide us to the park. Located in a 100 year old rock quarry. Busy and tight, but the service trumpted minor flaws. Cable and WiFi good. - Alsvid
Sep 2015 - $30.00
This wasn't our first go around with this park. Unfortunately, due to surrounding RV parks being full, we had to stay at this one, again. This park is located in a pretty area, and is decently maintained. But, the husband/wife who run this facility sorely lack in "customer service" and "manners" and that is putting it mildly! The way they talk to their "patrons" is quite condescending! If you need assistance with anything regarding their hook-ups, be prepared to feel like a nuisance!! I asked for help regarding the cable, and you would have thought I asked for their first born! (And, they never did come help!) Each site doesn't have it's own cable, so every 4 sites or so, their will be a jumbled up mess of cables and 4 different cords stretching across the yards, and underneath RV'S to hook-up for tv. Other than that and their rude demeanor, the park itself is entirely too full. They could take out a few spots, to make room for more decent sized sites, especially with their outrageous rates, that I'm pretty sure they make up depending on how much they feel like charging when you arrive. They have a "bath house/laundry facilities" but, they only have a couple washers and dryers that aren't very good, I used once and after that used the local laundromat. If you are looking for a nice, affordable RV park, go a few more miles down the road to Oak Ridge, they don't have laundry or bath house, but their monthly rates are $75 cheaper, that includes electric, DirecTV, and a very sweet lady who runs the place! - ScG-RGj9310
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Very difficult to get our rig (36 feet) into this park. Folks are packed in like sardines. Obviously long term/permanent folks here. There is no river view. We had to chase down a staff member to get checked in. Will never stay here again. - pknr1001
Aug 2016 - $35.00
It's a brand new RV park, just 9 minutes from downtown Tulsa. My stay was very quiet and peaceful. They offered me daily, weekly, and monthly rates. I was pleased with how many trees were on the property. They offered much needed shade! Will be back! - Dudley817
Apr 2016 - $31.00
There aren't a lot of RV parks in this area and this one is an acceptable choice for a short term stay. All sites are pull through and all are the type where utility pedestals are located between two RVs which face in opposite directions. The sites are narrow and, as others have noted, quite short. Your tow vehicle or toad has to be parked along the roads or on the median near the playground. Fortunately, the roads are fairly wide so this doesn't present too much of an issue. There are large steel pylons used to mark the ends of each site but if you make your turns wide going in and out they don't represent a hazard. There are lots of long term residents here, but the sites are generally well kept up. The biggest issue with the park is that it can be very full on weekends if there are any events going on at the Expo Center and they don't accept reservations. We got there early, before 1pm, and that enabled us to get one of the 4 50A sites which are located on the far ends of the two main rows. The drill is to go in and select your site, then pay the host or put your money in the lockbox or go inside and pay at the Expo office. - docj
Nov 2015 - $27.00
This park is owned and operated by the City of Claremore. The park is fully paved with nice asphalt paved roads and concrete paved sites throughout the campground. All sites are pull-through. However the sites are in pairs, with the utilities for the pair of sites located in between the two sites, RV's pull in opposite to each other. Therefore the utility side is close to your neighbor. The other side of each site has a nice grass area with picnic table and charcoal grill. The sites will handle up to a 45 foot motorhome, but not long enough to also accommodate another vehicle. Therefore most campers park their car parallel to the roadway either behind or in front of your RV. There are previous comments about railroad noise. The Campground has a full time host on site. The main Claremore Expo building is directly to the north and there is also an indoor City recreation center directly to the west of the campground. The rail tracks are actually located about a third of a mile as the crow flies away from the park with may residential homes between the campground and the tracks. We did hear a lot of train traffic during the day, but very little at night. Personally, we did not find the train noise objectionable. There were quite a full longer term residents in the park, at least during our four day stay, which the park host told us were traveling trades workers. There is no park cable, however there are many over-the-air HDTV signals available from nearby Tulsa. The laundry is FREE, and therefore usually quite busy, particularly in the evening hours. Also be aware that there are only 4 sites in the park that have 50 amps service. We would highly recommend that you call before arriving as this park is full a good deal of the time. This will be our first choice for a campground on any return visits to the area. - Johnson's
Sep 2012 - $27.00
Other reviewers pretty much said it all except, they said the trains weren't a problem. My goodness! Train after train came through town and they continually blow the horn from one end of town to the other, non-stop. Bring ear plugs if you want a half-way decent night's sleep. I came during some big fair event yet still was able to get a spot. Yes, you are close to your neighbor but it was fine nonetheless and I'd stay here again, for A night. My Garmin GPS didn't know where it was but I used the tracking device on my iPad to get me there. Good luck in finding it. - Traveler John
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Good stop over park. Employees really helpful. Stormed while we were there so a little muddy. Has a fishing pond but it was too hot to fish.
If you are looking for a resort... this isn't it. But good place to stop for a couple days. - 2dogsandacatfulltime
Jun 2016 - $40.00
OK if you like steer roping. Mostly a gravel lot; some trees, some full time residents. Site was level. No WiFi, but Verizon OK. 10 mile drive to Tulsa. - 1coloradan
Sep 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. - OzFrosty
Jul 2016 - $39.00
Fabulous racetrack view. Clean. Nice dog park area. Grass too. - Ken Camp
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Sites are level, but just grass. Sites are fairly close together, although with enough room to get your slides out. Has a nice meeting room for groups, but no stove, sink, or refrigerator. Nice fenced-in dog exercise area. Bathrooms were new, clean, spacious, and needed a security code to get into. That's the fairly good news.
The really, really bad news is the entrance and exit roads to the gambling casino next door RUN RIGHT THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF THE CAMPGROUND.
Simply amazing. And a bit dangerous. And very noisy, especially in the middle of the night as the gamblers come and go.
Never again will I visit this campground, which is something I have never written about a campground before. - HercMaster
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Loved watching the horses exercise in the am and then line up to race. Right in front of the Rv sites. Good dog park. Got discount to the casino restaurant plus they run specials. Spent 3 days there. - vblake