8 Parks near Chelsea, Oklahoma
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Chelsea. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Chelsea in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $10.00
This is an older COE campground that has its good and bad points. The good: most sites are well-spaced and you have plenty of room to spread out. The bad: the pads are rather narrow and there is not much paved area when you walk out of your camper door. If you want a water site, come early in the week as they are not reservable. No sewer sites, only dump station. The reservable sites are all on the interior of the campground loop. Sites in the non-electric loop could use some TLC. They are paved, but the pavement is breaking up badly on some of them. Cell service (AT&T), Verizon MiFi and Dish TV worked well at this campground. - Bobbi1948
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Basic RV park very close to highway. Large pull-through sites with picnic tables. Stayed only one night moving from Indianapolis to Phoenix. - Dodgeboy64
May 2016 - $25.00
This is an overnight park or one you use when here for service on your chassis and engine. If it had paved sites it would get a 10. It is easy in and out with excellent free WiFi. The cattle in the pasture in front of you do occasionally call to each other. There is a nearby train and some road noise for those who are light sleepers, but all in all it is a great stop. - peddy dick
Apr 2016 - $27.00
Stayed here for two nights while having service done on the motor home. Easy in and out. There is a lot of grassy areas for dog walking. Sites face a cow pasture, but it is not ugly. It is quite peaceful. Trains do come by fairly often and blow their horns. Wish they had a storm shelter for safety.
We will probably stay here again. - Aspire45
Aug 2015 - $10.00
The campground was nice for its purpose. The 1st site we were scheduled to be on had too much of an incline and we could not level our motor home. Same thing with my brother in law. We were allowed to search for another spot and since no one else was in it during our stay, we moved over to site 41. Both our motor home and my brother in laws motor home are 37 and 35 feet. Smaller sizes, around 20 feet, were able to level on the incline. The campground only has 30 amps which was fine for us, but he had another couple staying with them, and they really needed 50 amps in order to run both air conditioners at night. The campground had lots of trees which significantly helped with shade and reduced heat for the summer days. We didn't go in bathrooms, etc so I cannot comment on them. I would stay here again and plan on returning when visiting family. - enjoyinglife
Sep 2014 - $10.00
The rate reflects the senior rate. This Corps park was nice but not quite as nice as others we have stayed at. They haven't upgraded to 50 amps like others have. There are no water hookups at the sites so bring your own water or fill your tank at the many faucets spotted around the park. The park volunteers were great. There is no recycling in the park; shame on you Corps of Engineers. This is the home area of Will Rogers so we enjoyed the the boyhood home and the memorial museum. We would stay here again. - Kent and Margaret
Jul 2013 - $13.00
Nice COE park on the lake. Showers were nice with plenty of hot water. Lots of shade, so don't expect to get a satellite TV signal, but my antenna worked for over the air programming. I did have some low signals on my Verizon phone, but my AT&T MiFi worked fine. The dump station is located near the park entrance. The gates close at 10 pm. This is my 2nd year camping at this park and will be back for a 3rd year. - awanderlust
Jul 2008 - $32.00
Entrance to park very rough. Store has very few supplies. The hook-ups are old and in bad repair. Staff is not very friendly or helpful. Showers, restrooms and pool are the best features. We will look elsewhere for a place to stay in the Tulsa, OK area. - jmd
Sep 2007 - $26.00
I agree, this is an old KOA and it shows. The entrance/exit off of the street to this park was tough to negotiate, and over very rough pavement. The CG is close to I-44, and truck and traffic noise was a nuisance throughout the night as were the 18 wheelers idling all night next door. The CG store was pretty well empty. We camped in a fifthwheel and would look elsewhere if we were to stay in the Tulsa area again. - danny5002
May 2007 - $27.00
This is an old KOA and it shows. The entrance/exit off of the street to this park was tough to negotiate, and over very rough pavement. Our site was very tight, with obstacles (trees and service pedestals) making access difficult. The nose-to-tail site had just enough side room for our slides, barely enough length for our tow car, and the sewer connection was too far to the rear. Rainwater drained poorly and pooled throughout the campground. The CG is close to I-44, and truck and traffic noise was a nuisance throughout the night. The laundry and shower rooms were clean. We camped in a motorhome and would look elsewhere if we were to stay in the Tulsa area again. - Vector
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
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
Apr 2012 - $18.00
The rate reflects a $2 seniors discount. This small park has 18 back-in RV sites with water and electric (20/30/50 amp), and 70 tent sites. All of the RV sites have a view of the lake. The volunteer hosts are friendly and helpful, and they put a lot of work into maintaining a clean facility, despite state budget cutbacks. The Verizon data signal is useable, albeit a bit slow, but the voice service is solid. All of the major TV networks are available via antenna. We will return again when we are in the area. - NYDutch
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Attention: do not follow GPS. Call for directions.
Perfectly Beautiful! - danw1125
Jun 2015 - $40.00
We had a campsite right on the water. Very nice campgound and area. Lots of shade, a picnic table out over the waters edge, And all amenities worked great. Would recommend and return if in the area. - Roadrunner53
Nov 2014 - $32.00
This park is located on the southern edge of Grand Lake. It is about 15 miles from I44. Getting to the park requires a little drive down a country road. The park has sites looking out onto the lake. We had a site that was spectacular with a great lake view.. The reason of a 7 instead of an 8 or 9 was the driveways into the park and throughout the park. - pcarrell