28 RV Parks near Colbert, Oklahoma
Mar 2017 - $40.00
Mixed feelings about River View. Quoted one price on phone, charged more on arrival. Park seems to have been fitted in the terrain in awkward ways in some parts. Wi-fi is slow, water pressure with their mandated pressure reducer ($100 fine?) is dismal, and even the electricity at our site didn' handle loads very well. Scenery is nice, location is convenient and we had things to do in the area so our stay was OK, but seems over-priced. - Grumpier99
Oct 2016 - $25.00
A family owned and run park. They work hard to make a safe and enjoyable stay for all their guests. Restroom are air conditioned and heated. Speed limit 10mph and they enforce it, 3 strikes and you're out.
Large concrete pads, plenty of room for toads and nice paved patio. - Margaritaman
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Please be aware.... This place is not a $40 per night site, although the view is nice, no pool and many amenities which a $40/night camp does.. wifi so slow too. Was really disappointed when we arrived and asked for a site with trees, and their reply was "we put all of our Passport America customers here," where the sites were minimal to say the least, no trees. Also the park seemed to have a lot of RV lifers living there.
If you're gonna offer discounts for PPA and others the least you can do is not discriminate, otherwise just pull out of the program. - blackberryjack
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Not sure what to say. We stayed here overnight while passing through. We asked for a late check-in and it seemed like ownership didn't understand what that was. No info was laid out for us. We were not given any bathroom codes or wifi codes. They just took our info and gave us our site info via phone. Site was somewhat unlevel. All gravel. Park was unkempt with many older motorhomes and long-timers. We did not use facilities because we could not get in them. Didn't have wifi password so we couldn't use it either. Picnic table had spray paint all over it like it was a work bench for an artist. Overall, I am glad it was a quick stop. Next time however, I would go a few farther miles down the road and stay somewhere else. - mm1407
May 2015 - $40.00
Park in need of repair management poor .will not stop here again. - gorilla
Aug 2014 - $30.00
The former campground managers are no longer at the resort. It is under new management. New washers/dryers available and yes, you may wash all laundry except for maybe extra large comforters that just won't fit in the machines. The cable service and WiFi have been updated and upgraded. Excellent service. Quiet resort with clean restrooms and showers. Children and pets welcome at all times. Ping pong and games available in the resort game room. Free coffee served in the resort store. Lots of changes and a good place to stay. - Temp
Nov 2008 - $20.00
Our site was located directly behind the service center but there was little noise or traffic. The park was clean and trash picked up regularly. Friendly owners. Lots to see and do at neighboring cities within a few miles each direction. We downgraded because of a large fire ant colony at our site and smoking in the men's bathroom despite signs, although owners were aware of the long-term tenant(s) responsible. - Scrubbs1
Mar 2008 - $25.00
We saw 107 spaces, of which 30 are for overnight motorhome full hook ups. Separated by a couple hundred feet are the full time residents mostly in newer looking trailers. Overnight spaces are farthest from Hiway 75/69. Roads are all paved, pullouts are gravel except for 8 pull thrus on concrete slabs. Water, 50 amp service, sewage and cable TV are all available. Sites all looked pretty level and all were pull thrus. Hired help was friendly. Propane and dumpstation service was available. Behind an RV sales lot with parts and RV repair service available. Sales are mostly trailers, bumper pulls and fifth wheels. Signs said it was under new management. Sales help was attentive and friendly. All trailers were open and prices posted. Oak, pecan, redbud and other trees on the sites. Wild flowers were in bloom when we were there. Squirrels, robins, mocking birds, sparrows, doves and blackbirds gave that "country" feel. Pool (closed when we were there), playground, pet run, rec room and a lightly stocked store were found. Whole area was mowed including the pet run. With the air conditioner on low we couldn't hear the Hiway sounds or distant train whistles. No WiFi was available. Cell phone service was maximum strength so a laptop "air" card would work. We would definitely stay here again. - RVTravelerToo
Aug 2003 - $25.00
This is an excellent RV park, located near the Denison Dam of Lake Texoma just off US 69/75. We actually stayed there about 4 times, and we were treated real nice. Even the time we showed up without a reservation, when they had a club there, they still put us up in a site that didn't have cable tv, but we didn't care. We would definitely stay there again. Very well maintained small park. - Dodgeboy
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Rates are reasonable and park was pretty clean but when I went to the managers camper the pot smoke about knocked me down. Also she came over and over again wanting to "borrow" stuff. - Rvnuts
Apr 2015 - $10.00
Park tenants pour chemicals on ground,stray and aggressive dogs roam and live in park.management needs background check on themselves.tipping required,absentee owner situation.condition is running down. Enter at your own risk.children not allowed. - gorilla
Dec 2011 - $10.00
A real jewel for only $10 per night..$13 for 50 amp. Sites are gravel, level, and enclosed with a small fence. Fantastic park for overnight or a short stay. Park is easy access just off Hwy 75. Colbert, OK is about 10 miles north of Denison, TX and close to WalMart, best buy etc. This park is one of the best values we have found. - rvbadger
Apr 2017 - $24.00
East Burns Run is a Corps of Engineers Park on Lake Texoma near Cartwright, Oklahoma. The campground has 44 RV sites, of those 19 are full hookup sites (sewer, 50/30/20 electric and water). The full hookups sites are spacious with large concrete pad, patio and covered picnic table. Most sites have great lake views but not good shade. The park has a boat ramp, swim area and playground. Very popular park, weekend reservations required well in advance. We were in site 35, right on the lake. Highly recommend. - drfife
May 2015 - $24.00
We were in full hook-up site #35. Great site right on the lake. Spacious site with great patio. - drfife
Jan 2014 - $12.00
The park is open in the winter with 30 amp power and one water faucet only. Great Lake Texoma location. Quiet. Several full hookup sites available with reservations March-September. - 11 Bounder
May 2017 - $20.00
The parks is large, and laid out in various loops. Our site was semi-level, but manageable. Some sites have the picnic table and fire ring on the back side of the site (which is odd) . Take plenty of water hose, and maybe extra power cable... you may need it. The "D" loop was a mad house. Cars everywhere, tents everywhere, and people walking through the sites. The music and festivities usually quieted down around midnight. If you're hoping for a nice quiet get away: I'd definitely recommend avoiding this loop on a holiday weekend. (It was Memorial Day) However, the park is nice, and C and E loops seemed much more subdued than where we were. This was a last minute reservation and this was the last site available. However, it was much preferable than sitting at home. We booked a different site for Labor Day. - GoHorns!
Apr 2017 - $24.00
Burns Run West is a Corps of Engineers park on Lake Texoma near Cartwright, OK. It has 105 water and electric sites, of which 21 are full hookup sites (sewer, 50/30/20 electric and wster). All full hookups sites are 80'+ pull throughs, with great shade, large patio with modern picnic tables, and utilities on concrete pads. Well designed sites. The other sites in the park are rough with 30A electric. Nice sand swim area, good bathroom/bathhouse facilities, playground and boat ramp. One of our favorite parks. - drfife
Jul 2016 - $10.00
For $10 a night, you will be hard pressed to find as nice a spot anywhere. We had full hookups and more than ample space between us and the next site. This was a pull-thru site that was probably about 80 ft long, level and concrete with an extended concrete patio. Lake Texhoma is beautiful and even with the hotter temps of July, it was comfortable thanks to the breeze coming off the lake. The park was clean, quiet and a much better value than the State Park just across the lake. - Quahog
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Nice out of the way spot on a great lake. Super nice attendant that helped me back into my spot. Some cigarette butts and matches needed to be picked up by last camper but otherwise clean. Dogs had grass to use as well. There is a fair amount of sand around the site I stayed at.
There was no option under "My site space was..." for the fact I did not have a tow vehicle with me. If you have one you'll need to disconnect on main paved road (near site) before going on the gravel road to campsite. - TrishW
Jan 2012 - $12.00
This RV park is bare bones. Only has electrical/water/sewer. Sites are level enough, gravel and grassy. It is not very well kept-up campground, but reliable. It's right on the northbound US Hwy 75, (2) miles south of Calera, OK. Truck traffic from US 75 is very close, but it didn't bother me sleeping. It is somewhat of a challenge figuring out how to enter the park from US 75, but the entry is just north of the BIG $12 sign. You have your pick of many sites. Just a few are lakeside though. It's pricelist is: $12 night, and $13 night for big rigs. $80 week. The lockbox and envelopes and pricelist are at the entry drive. If after 10 pm, or so, fill out and pay as you enter. The on-site manager's trailer is easy to pick out. The owner is friendly and usually here at the RV park. There is a lake you can picnic/relax and fish at for free if you are a customer. Not all sites have working basics. You may have to go to another site if all systems are not working. I have stayed here twice. Last summer for (5) nights, and January 2012 (2) nights. If you just want a good price like me: this is the RV park for you. - Skid Row Joe
Jul 2012 - $10.00
This park is nice and clean, hosts very nice. Our original sight that I had reserved on line had no trees for shade. I ask the park host if we could move to a shady sight and they said it would be OK. The park was not crowded at all due to the hot weather. All of the sights are back in's. You will need at least 40 feet of hose to reach the water. The park has 2 dump sights and 2 shower houses. The park in located on Lake Texoma not far from the Texas state line. - Joceil
Aug 2016 - $13.00
We love Eisenhower. It has some really beautiful spots. We tend to always stay on the full hookup sites that have mostly pull-thru drives. The game wardens are great about keeping the peace. The roads are really nice and you can drive your bike easily on them. The trailers are well maintained for both bikes (in designated areas) and hikers. They have a sandy beach you can hike down to and it is beautiful.
One of the roads accessing the parks is currently walked out but it should be repaired soon.
If you pick out a spot while in the office and do not like it when you get there, just call the office number and ask to switch. They are more than accommodating. - LMTurner74
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Check-in was easy and the staff friendly. Roads are well marked and in good shape. Many sites are not level, so bring your blocks! Sites in our loop were spacious and ranged from fun sun to full shade. Aluminum picnic tables were very nice and had fire rings and lantern poles. Utility connections were convenient and worked well.
Campground was quiet and had lots of wildlife to watch including deer, rabbits, and roadrunners. There are hiking trails, fishing piers, and a swim cove, but be ready for some elevation change. There is an onsite marina with rentals.
There is wifi at the restrooms, but it does not reach to all the campsites. We did get Verizon cell coverage as well as 10 OTA TV stations.
Overall a nice place and we will stay here again when in the area. - BrentB
Mar 2016 - $23.00
Our visit to Eisenhower State Park was our very first experience at any State Park. We were pleasantly surprised at the beauty of the park. Our site had full hook ups which I understand now is unusual for a state park. We loved the swimming area, the caves and the rock climbing. The trees around our site were beautiful as well. The sites are clean and spacious with a the fire pit and picnic table. We enjoyed time around the fire with very friendly Texans the first weeks and fell in love with Texas State Parks. My nine and seven-year-old enjoyed the Junior Ranger program and earned their first badges. The Eisenhower State Park book is different from other Texas SP Junior Ranger program books. It focuses on General Dwight D Eisenhower. We enjoyed learning about his life and legacy. We loved every minute of our 2 week stay. - FromJoy