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2 RV Parks near Clayton, Oklahoma
Sep 2018 - $9.00
Checked in and was told to go find a site an come back, told us which sites were reserved. We found a site and set up then drove back and paid. We prefer this method when we have never been to a park before. Site was right on the water, great sunsets, trees but some sun. Make sure you have everything you need, quite a distance to any town. No cell service, either ATT or Verizon but for some unknown reason our Mobley(mifi ATT) worked. - Wandering
Oct 2017 - $9.00
An older COE campground but really well spaced and maintained with huge trees. Sardis Lake is a huge lake, very deep and clean. Lots of campsites with views of the lake and some right on the lake. Water and electric at all the sites. We will definitely return. One negative is the nearest town which is Clayton. No real grocery store to speak of so you will need to stock up before you arrive. - Budmobile
Apr 2014 - $9.00
Nicely maintained and scenic campground located on Sardis Lake. The camp sites do require some leveling. Restrooms are dated but clean. Potato Hills offers a very relaxing atmosphere with great views. The campground seems peaceful with your fellow campers relaxing or doing some serious fishing. Also, the park is close to other attractions including the Talimena Drive, one of Oklahoma's best road trips. We will return. - OldeJohn
Apr 2014 - $13.00
This is truly a campground and not an RV park, so it's only fair to judge it accordingly. If you enjoy a woodsy, funky, laid back atmosphere where your pets and kids can roam free, then you're going to love this place. The RV parked next to us had Pet Goats that they kept in their RV and took for walks on a leash. It's that kind of place! The owner checked us in and was friendly. The campsites are dirt and grass and scattered about haphazardly. The grounds are clean and well maintained. Water pressure was about 50 psi at our pull through site (behind the office) and voltage was good. The free WiFi was surprising strong and fast. The price we paid reflects a Passport America rate, which we felt was an absolute bargain considering we had a full hookup site and the WiFi was so good. While I'm not sure this is the kind of place we'd care to stay at long term, we'd definitely stay here again for an overnighter or even a few days if in the area. - Gyropilot
Nov 2013 - $13.00
Price reflects a Passport America discount. This place is our kind of campground. Rustic and laid back but clean and comfortable. Pay for laundry and ice on he honor system. Resident dogs roam grounds along with chickens and at least one cat. Our dog loved it (didn't bother the chickens) and enjoyed walking along, and in, the river a couple times a day. Manager and owner both friendly. No local TV, but clubhouse has satellite, Internet, movie and book library. Good Verizon signal. We plan to return. - Okiedoke
Jul 2010 - $22.00
Love this place! Me and the ole lady go camping to get away and enjoy, and this is the place to do it. I don't care about WiFi. Camping is about nature not E-Mail. Love the dogs. The folks that own and operate this camp ground are some of the best people you well ever meet. When you buy wood you get a loader bucket load, WOW! The best deal I ever got on wood. Very good place and I recommend to anybody. It's Great. - boatpaddle