12 Parks near Concho, Oklahoma
Aug 2016 - $1.00
This is a first come first served. There is no charge for full hookups. Casino is across the parking lot. Back in only. Great value. - TT543
May 2015 - $1.00
We stayed here for 3 nights on our trip from Las Vegas to the East Coast. The FREE camping utilities (50amp FHU) worked great, we had a pretty view out of our front window, a clear shot of the sky for satellite, great Verizon cell service, security watching over us, $10 vouchers for slot play, free soft drinks and a restaurant on site. We will definitely stay here again if in the area......highly recommend! - henny38
Oct 2013 - $1.00
As previously noted, it's hard to find fault with free. Casino is north of I-40, El Reno exit, on highway 81. Sites are on a first come first serve basis. We did call about a half hour before our arrival and Casino security let us know how many sites were available. The Casino also allows over night parking in the lot if a full hookup site is not available. All full hookup sites are pull-in or back-in. Felt very safe as security is constantly visible and on patrol. No charge for the sites, but go into the Casino and register with the Security office. We suggest parking with the bedroom toward the Casino if possible as there is some highway 81 noise at night. Sites slope away from parking lot but easy to level. Strong AT&T and Verizon LTE. There is a restaurant in the Casino but be aware that the menu is limited and the area is open to the Casino complete with smoking. - Johnson's
Jun 2016 - $20.00
I give this a 9 for the purpose that it served for me personally. We needed an overnight stop along I-40 and this was right off of the highway and cheap. There are 2 camping areas at El Reno Lake. This one is more for RVs and you get electric, water, and dump. The other area is more for tents and pop ups, but RVs can fit there, too. $15/night for elec only. We opted for the $20 full hookup. The lake is directly next to the park and it could be tough to get a site on a weekend. We came in on a Sunday night at dusk and there were plenty of sites. Since we were only on an overnight stay, it was perfect. This is a no-reservation, put your check in the box type place. - WineStream
Jun 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here one night. pull-through sites. 50 amp, water, and septic. Swimming and playground available. Nice area. Overlooks Lake Reno. Close to route 40 but very quiet. - New yorker
May 2016 - $20.00
This is a city run park with a very large lake. Spacious lots and lots of green spaces. Utilities worked fine. I think that the other campers were construction workers and if not for them, we would have had the place all to ourselves. This campground was on the honor system and you paid at a drop box close to the restrooms. - sammy32
May 2016 - $15.00
This is a great campground for a one night on I40. The park belongs to the City of El Reno and is a great bargain. Water & electricity is $15 and full hook ups for $20. No internet or cable but many antenna channels from OK city. Payment is the honor system, place your money in an envelope and place in the slot by the driveway entrance. Did not use any facilities. You are in a city park with lake, golf and play grounds near by. It is located just a few miles from town. Great Campground for the road. - GoneRVn
Dec 2015 - $15.00
Nice city park with a lake. Overall in good repair. They are working on storm cleanup that caused a lot of tree damage. Level space on grass in east campground with electric and water. East campground spaces are a little tight, the west had full hookup and looked like bigger spaces. 30+ OTA TV stations and 3 bars on Verizon MiFi. Even 3 bars on Sprint 4G!
Lots of room to walk the dog around the lake, with plenty of geese and ducks. Enjoyed my stay and would return. - SlowGoin
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Price is for the west campground. The east campground is $15. Gravel, level sites. All connections are at the back of your sites unless you park in the middle of two sites which some campers did. We stayed in a site that we pulled thru, but if the park is busy it would have been a back in. Noise from highway was not a problem. The only problem we found was that dog owners did not pick up after there dogs. We came in on exit to Country Club Rd. - BigR
Mar 2016 - $27.00
Check in is at the Best Western lobby. Sites are very close together. Our 20 amp breaker was burned out but the 30 amp worked fine. Concrete pads with cracks. No picnic table. We didn't get to enjoy the hot breakfast but the selection sounded good. You must be self-contained. We would stay here again if driving through the area, as it is easy to get to from I-40. - lstaff
Sep 2013 - $29.00
Because of tight turns, trees, and closeness of other rigs, I would pass on camping here, with the exception of Sites 10-18. Walk the Park before committing!!! No WiFi at sites. - we're rollin
Jun 2013 - $28.00
The park is pretty tight, mostly concrete. Wi-Fi is in the motel, but with a good antenna you can pick it up in the park. A lot of workers were there for a month or more. Full free hot breakfast everyday. Super friendly staff. Showers and laundry cleaned daily. If in the area we would stay there again. - flnomad
Jul 2016 - $33.00
The location for this campground is wrong. It is located in Clinton just South of I40.
The WI-FI worked OK. It's coverage is aimed behind the building. Many sites are shaded. Laundry room is clean. Machines were inexpensive and worked well. Showers were simple but clean. Saturday and Sunday you have to self check-in. - CharlieB
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Good for an overnighter. WiFi didn't work. Trees need to be trimmed for larger rigs. Had limbs on the roof. Would consider another stay. - BL Ford
Sep 2015 - $30.00
We have stayed here several times. Each time it is a little different. This time was not so good. Wi-Fi did not work. No cable tv..they were supposedly installing a satellite system but it wasn't up yet. And to top it off, the water pressure was so low that we could barely get a shower. - janchuckscw
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Mostly permanent trailers for what appeared to be oil field workers. Rent a small site and park your truck(s) in the roadway. Sites were very close. We lucked out and had quiet neighbors, otherwise there would have been a problem. Decent location for an overnight but a run down KOA. - Dennis_K
May 2016 - $33.00
An overnight stay. Sites are narrow, but fortunately we didn't have anyone out our front door, but if there were, it would really be tight and cozy. Driving east on I-40, there are NO signs to indicate which exit, we were thankful we had GPS. Once we crossed over the freeway, we see the sign on the westbound lanes. You drive through a big round/about/way parking lot but there are KOA signs with arrows painted on the road (kinda weird, but it works). The person checking us in was less then friendly (not rude), just not friendly. Hookup boxes are outwardly exposed and falling apart, asphalt is breaking up (tho site was level), structurally this KOA needs some TLC. On the other hand the bathrooms/showers were big and clean (which is a plus). Cable TV in our spot didn't work, so we just connected to the empty spot next to us, but still, shouldn't they be checking/fixing these things? WiFi is working great for us in the later afternoon, so that's a good PLUS. I-40 freeway noise is very noticeable, but we're not the type that gets bothered too much by the sounds of tires, others may. Glad we're only here for one night. Probably will find another place to stay if we're ever in the area again. - ErinandCorbin
Apr 2016 - $30.00
We pulled in as a terrible storm was inbound. There was no one in the office, and it appeared closed, so we just grabbed a campsite with a pull-through. I found a registration box, so filled things out and left a credit card number in the mail slot. A long-term camper says the woman there often leaves by early afternoon. We barely got the electricity hooked up when the storm hit, so we didn't bother with the water using what we had onboard already. The weather was pretty scary, so I got on the rain gear to locate the storm shelter which was the new and very nice cinder block reinforced bathrooms about 50 feet away. I felt better knowing it was close by. I was really glad to have extremely narrow campsites, as two huge motorhomes pulled in on either side of us which helped block the wind a bit. Still it was a pretty sleepless night with wind and driving rain all night. Wifi didn't work at all, but we hooked up the cable during a brief lull to watch the weather. It worked pretty good. It was a good place to get off the road. Following the signs through the parking lot of the Cherokee Truck Stop was pretty easy as they were painted every few feet on the parking lot and driveway. - Bernalillo_Girl
Jun 2013 - $43.00
The pull through sites were VERY close together but very long. We did not have to disconnect our Jeep Wrangler Unlimited in order to park. However, for $43 a night, I expected more space between the sites. This is definitely NOT a destination park. The Cherokee Restaurant up the hill offers KOA Kampers a 10% discount on meals, so take your KOA receipt with you to the restaurant. - Rodney M
May 2013 - $31.00
This is an old KOA located in back of gas station complex, but otherwise easy to get in and out off I-40. There were really nice shade back-in sites, but we were not asked and those sites were not offered. It was an easy walk to restaurant for buffalo burgers. There were three bison to see, and a "jumping pillow" for family fun. - Yeager
Aug 2016 - $42.00
Too expensive!! It's a new park and everything is in great shape. The clubhouse is super nice, the pool is smallish but new and in perfect condition. But this park is right up against I-40 and the noise is inescapable, it does not let up all night long. We've stayed at many parks alongside interstates and normally don't think much about it, but this one got to us. The pads are all concrete, smooth and level. Spacing between sites is minimal, a small strip of grass just wide enough for the picnic table. But not so narrow that you hear your neighbors every move, although that could probably be drowned out by the road noise.
Voltage was strong and steady. No dips even when it was 110 degrees and everyone was running two or more A/Cs at a time. No fire rings.
The WiFi was strong and the connection steady. Being on the west side of OKC and on I-40, the Verizon service as good as it could be, probably the same for most providers in this area. No trees, every site has a clear view of TV satellites.
We stayed at this park three years ago, it was not yet officially open. The clubhouse was not built and the pool had not been dug, but all the RV pads were as they are today. Back then, we paid $20/night and felt that was a good value. Today at our Good Sam discount rate of $42/night we don't feel the same. But I guess business is good. The campground manager said that they just raised prices for the third time this year and will probably raise them again before the year is out. - jperry29
Aug 2016 - $45.00
A few hiccups checking in after hours but all worked out well. Nice concrete pads and roads. Bath house is exceptional, large and clean. Down side is it's close proximity to I-40, but once in trailer with A/C running no problem. - Rstowe
Jul 2016 - $41.00
Gorgeous new park: pavement and grass. Site approximately 65 x 35. Level, utilities good, satellite reception good, secure. Easy on-off I-40. Will definitely stay again. - Kid911
Mar 2016 - $32.00
Overpriced. Park in the middle of an industrial area. Construction on Council Rd made it noisy and hard to get to with the snarled traffic.
We picked this one based on a review that said you could not hear the freeway noise. It was very prevalent in our site, which was in the back of the park.
Dont plan on staying here if you want to stay hooked up unless you are a relatively small RV and don't need or want to go anywhere. - Drakelos
Dec 2015 - $32.00
We only stay at this park because it's convenient to visit relatives that live near by. The park is run down and in need of some pepping up. My biggest complaint is that the water hookup is underground and very inconvenient to connect the hose.
Lot spacing is nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is gravel. - gobigred
Oct 2015 - $32.00
We have stayed here two nights on our way West on I-40. The park is easily accessible from the highway and far enough away that there is minimal road noise. The interior roads are all gravel and the sites are also gravel. Our site was level. The interior roads are potholed and need some repair. The restrooms and showers are clean, but need some maintenance. The showers are average size and the changing area is very small. The sites have nice space between them, but the water hookup is below grade in an irrigation box and not easily accessible. We have our own Wi-Fi hot spot, so didn't use the parks. There is Wi-Fi available. The TV channel selection is with antenna, unless you have satellite. You get the regular network channels and PBS. We used the laundry, but it is closed at 6 PM when the office closes, so we had limited time in the late afternoon. I'll have to note that this is the only park we've stayed in that has a storm shelter, and showed us where it was. Then again, this is Oklahoma City and right in the middle of tornado alley! This is the second time we've stayed here, but might consider another park on our next trip. - MikeandDixie