10 Parks near Drumright, Oklahoma
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Drumright. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Drumright in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $10.00
Didn't like our first site so the host let us change. Lots not very level. Electric / water only. Dump station available. No wifi. Camp hosts very friendly. Brought wood and started a fire since my husband was handicapped but wanted a fire. We had trouble with our camper and they called a nearby rv repair dealer and he tried to help us over the phone. The camp hosts came later to check on us. - TN_VolsFan
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Just a one night stay over on our trek across the country. The gate person was extremely friendly and helpful. COE camp clean and well maintained. The bathrooms were old and tired but the water was hot and wet, so it felt great after a ten hour drive!
The dump station has easy access.
Would stay again if driving through. - Thirtygoodyears
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Remote campground that is very popular swimming hole for locals. Well maintained grounds, but restrooms are well worn that have been treated poorly in the past. They have added new sites to an already crowded campground. The exit lane at the gatehouse has tire shredders so be careful you don't go in the wrong way. Road from Rte. 66 in very poor condition so take S. 257th south of Kellyville, OK. - JC69
Aug 2016 - $47.00
This is an old COE park. Jellystone has recently purchased it and is in the process of fixing it up and putting the Jellystone touches on it. They are working on building 2 waterslides and it said that they were also going to build a ranger station. They did not have either done yet as of August 2016.
I think that the price was high for what they had to offer. It is advertised as a Jellystone and it is, but they do not have the amenities of a Jellystone yet. They have a lake to swim in with a huge inflatable out in it to play on. The kids enjoyed the inflatable "Wibit."
The sites themselves I thought were very big and spacious. We were in A3, and it was huge. Most of the other sites in the area were very big also. The sites offered water and 50 AMP electricity. The bathrooms appeared not to have been updated recently. I think it will come in the near future, but they were not the nicest we had seen. The park does need better signage directing you to sites and areas of the park. - PackerFanRick
Nov 2015 - $15.00
The park is very nice. Our gravel lot was fairly level and the spot had all new amenities (picnic table, grill, lantern hanger, and food prep table). Our spot had a beautiful view of the lake. The playground was small but our little ones enjoyed it. The only drawback was that there are trains that are close by and they run night and day. Also the water hookup was too far for our hose but we made it work. - WhitneyOK
Dec 2010 - $12.00
This is a campground near my home. We actually go there to walk many evenings. We bought a new travel trailer and decided to try it out at this local campground first before taking in on the road. We stayed there in December and got the winter rate. The day we stayed was the day of Mannford's Christmas parade. After the parade, the campground held a chili cook off and had fireworks. This is a nice, peaceful campground located on the shore of Lake Keystone. Most of the sites are shady. They have picnic tables at each spot as well as a grill and fire ring. The roads are paved, and the pads are gravel and level. The people who run the campground are extremely nice and helpful. You can often see herons and ducks fishing along the shore. Occasionally, you can see deer. There is no playground in the camp. The restrooms aren't fancy, but they are clean. They are heated in the winter. There is a railroad near, and you can see the trains going by. The tiny town of Mannford is less than a mile away and has grocery, gas, and fast food like Pizza Hut and Sonic. - Brainstormin
Oct 2009 - $10.00
Directions: From Hwy 51 in town of Mannford, go north at stoplight for apprx 1 mile to New Mannford Ramp sign, turn east at sign and follow road into campground. This used to be a COE park but is now leased to the City of Mannford. It is a small campground that is beautifully maintained by folks who live on the premises year round. Big rig friendly. They accept the COE card so our cost for camping with electric was a reduced $10.00 per night (rather than $18.00). During the winter months, there is no limit on amount of days you can stay at the campground. They will even wrap the closest water faucet to you so you can use it to refill your tank. They have a dump station. The only reason I've given this park a "8" is that there is no playground for kids. If you are wanting a playground and marina, go down the road to the Lake Keystone State Park. But if you are looking for a quiet retreat, this is the place! Even with the trees, there are lots of open spaces where satellite TV will work just fine. AT&T Air Card worked great and AT&T cell coverage was excellent. Favorite sites are #9, 12, 13 and 16. - travelwithus
Nov 2016 - $22.00
Very basic campground, but large sites and quiet. - Chuck3498
Oct 2016 - $20.00
We spent 2 days in #76 during weekend and 4 in #30 during the week.
Both sites were large, private, well kept. The weekend was full, but weekdays were almost empty. This is a very pleasant and relaxing campground with good birding, close food and shopping in Tulsa.
My only complaints were stickers in some grass areas which was hard on the dogs and first come first serve policy.
I will camp there again. - edj
Apr 2014 - $18.00
45+ year old park and facilities. The shower houses and restrooms are ancient but work. They do badly need updating though. Would stay again - bobojay
Jun 2015 - $15.00
facilities were great--showers clean and hot. Swimming was yucy because the beach was closed due to the flooding...so we swam in the "appointed" swimming area. It was a nice campground, well maintained, except we wished for more open places to play frisbee etc. There was a trail that was nice to hike and take the dogs on. - CKW1
Jul 2010 - $17.00
The sites here are a little small and some are difficult to get into depending on the size of the rig. The interior roads are narrow and tight with trees close to the edge of the road. These campsites are fine for smaller rigs, but the larger ones should choose sites on the periphery of the campground. We were wedged in pretty tightly between some trees and weren't able to put our awning out on our last visit. It would be nice if the sites were paved or at least had a fresh layer of gravel on them. The camp hosts are very friendly and helpful. The bathrooms/showers are clean and well maintained. The swimming area is rather rocky. The walking trail is nice with some pretty scenery. We have camped here on a couple of occasions and we will camp here again because this area is close to us. - RN4ustat
Sep 2009 - $8.00
I have been to quite a few Corps parks and this is one of the worst. It doesn't have to be this way. Like most Corps parks, this one is located on water, Keystone Lake, with nice views of the lake. Some sites are lakeside. Many of the sites can accommodate big rigs but the interior roads are narrow with trees near the edge of the road. Trees need to be trimmed to avoid brushing against the top and sides of the RV. Many of the sites have steep grades. There is severe erosion throughout the park from rainwater. Large pieces of driftwood clutter the boat landing. Little or no attempt has been made to keep the sites, which are gravel, free of grass and weeds. Many sites need a fresh layer of gravel. Fire pits and grills were not cleaned on a regular basis. The price reflects the Senior Pass 50% discount. - Comdac
Jul 2016 - $10.00
This is a small Corps of Engineers park just below the Keystone Lake Dam. There are two loops -- the outer one is water and electric and the inner one has full hookups. We had full hookups over the July 4 weekend and our rate reflects the Golden Age discount. Unlike most COE campgrounds the gate is not locked at night. The bathrooms are new and clean and can be locked, but they are not air conditioned and the windows are shut so there is no air circulation. Most of the people camping here had boats for fishing and water recreation. Our campsite had not been cleaned up and there were cigarette butts everywhere, but the grass was mowed regularly. We would camp here again. - PodPeople
Nov 2014 - $20.00
Nice quiet place, lovely view of the river, long level sites. Our cell phone doesn't work here and a satellite dish is a must if you want to watch TV. We stay here every spring and fall while traveling south, and have never had any problems. No stores close by, but only a few blocks from a freeway with easy access. - oldtimers
Jun 2011 - $20.00
Over all we had a good stay here. You will need a water pressure reducer. We went through 3 water pressure reducers before we found what we needed. The Park Host has (poorly behaved) grandkids. Ticks are kind of bad, so be sure to check yourself. I give it a 10 rating if the grand kids are not visiting. But if they are here, I give it a 7 or below. - proud798wife
Dec 2016 - $25.00
Oak Glen is just fine for an overnight stay, otherwise you can expect a somewhat rough ride into the campground on dusty gravel roads and rather narrow sites with no amenities. Our site was a nice long pull thru but required some leveling in all directions. Water pressure was good, 50a power stable and wifi performance was decent. For us, this is not a destination campground but we would come back again if passing thru
the area. - Born2Roam
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Good overnight stop while on I-40, about 50 miles East of Oklahoma City. Chandler seemed to be a charming small town. As I recall, the park is about 8 miles drive off the freeway. We had called ahead, and the lady was very helpful and pleasant in arranging our arrival. he park is on a hilly area, but the sites are very leveled and mostly in the trees. Since most of the leaves had fallen off, our satellite dish was able to connect, but I bet in the summer, it wouldn't have. Lots of tv stations on the antenna, good verizon signal (2 bars) We would stay here again, but only as an overnighter. Road into the park, a little bumpy for a big coach, but overall, a nice experience. - elduque
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Stayed here overnight in a 44' 5th wheel. Level site, good wifi, pull-thru. We did not have to unhook.
I would definitely stay here again. - davebennington
Oct 2016 - $25.00
Bring earplugs. In the middle of the night trains started going through. They were very close by and woke me each time. The park, which is primarily a long term storage/cheap full timer location, also gets a lot of road noise. There is a lot of stickery grass. If you don't mind loud trains, this place is fine for one nighters or as a base. Friendly on site manager. - beckydmc
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Great RV Park! Not to far from downtown Tulsa, but far enough to escape the traffic! They have a lot of trees, which I love the shade. Will be back. - Dudley817
May 2016 - $25.00
I spent a month here working in the greater Tulsa area; most folks staying here are long term....not overnighters. Compared to a couple of other parks in the metro area, the $350 a month is a good deal. Granted your 15 miles from downtown Tulsa...your not that far from the necessities (Wal-Mart, parts store, restaurants...etc) in Sand Springs. Beware though, while they will take a credit/debit card...they take the number off site to run the numbers and charge an extra $10 for the monthly rate; cash is the preferred method...or at least for me. The internet is good and if your willing to pay the deposit for the receiver...they have satellite TV available; cell coverage is good and the park is fairly easy to get to/from off Hwy 412. - zhilton
Sep 2014 - $25.00
I am sorry to say we did not stay here. We made reservations, but when we pulled up I was afraid to stay. The place looked like someone's front yard where they parked trailers side by side and lived in them long term. The space they were going to put us, was so tight, I don't think our side had room to come out. Everything looked unkept. I begged my husband to turn around and leave. - Wanda H
Jun 2012 - $24.00
This is the second time we stayed here and will be returning each year we come to Oklahoma. The atmosphere is friendly, quiet and is family-owned. The owners welcome people and treat them like friends. The Wi-Fi is great. The laundry facility is small with only two washers and dryers. The fact that they have storm shelters is definitely a plus for this area of the country. - We3Travel
Apr 2012 - $24.00
When we first pulled up to this place we thought it looked to be a really funky place, not one we would spend a lot of time at. The spaces are pretty tight and kind of oddly organized around the owners' home. They are gravel and there were some pull through sites, lots of permanent residents. The laundry was small but clean. The owners' were busy tiling one of the shower rooms. So, we are thinking "very funky" and weren't really ready to give the place a high rating. When the first night settled in and we began the experience of a HUGE storm with six hrs of continuous thunder & lightening, drenching rain, hail and ferocious winds I will have to say the fact that the park came with two storm shelters negated all of our other impressions. When the sirens went off and we actually had to go into the shelters (after the owners ran around in the rain and dark waking us all up) we were even more impressed and grateful. The other park in town doesn't have shelters. We would definitely return to this park if we are in the area. The shelters made all the difference! - shovelguy