11 Parks near El Reno, Oklahoma
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
Nov 2016 - $20.00
This is a great City Park. There are no reservations, and the honor system of paying. We were in a pull-thru, FHU site. All utilities worked well. The sites are a little unlevel but not bad. There is a lake, golf course, ATV course, RC airstrip and picnic areas. It is about 3/4 mile from I-40 so there is some road noise, but otherwise a very quiet park. There are 3 camping areas, one with FHU, one with W/E, and also primitive camping. The prices are $20/$15/$5 respectively. - jacknpeg
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Passing through Oklahoma to NM and stopped for the night in El Reno... Ended up being two nights as the city owned RV park was VERY nice! Great little lake, spacious pull-through, full hook up sites and not crowded at all. We didn't use the facilities but the building looked clean and well made (others were using them though).
Large fields around the lake when our two dogs ran like the dickens chasing the sun... We didn't check in, payment is on the honor system, fill out an envelope with receipt and deposit $$ in the lock box. There are two sides to the park, sites 1-20 were water & electric only, 21-50, water-elec-sewer. The sites are grassy-gravel, level with no picnic table or fire ring (people have gathered rocks, dug a hole and made their own. Trash cans at each site.
Really, really nice & quiet gem of an RV park. Will most definitely make a point to come back! - Aus10
Sep 2016 - $15.00
My wife and I were travelling to Missouri and got tired driving so we looked for a place to stay. We saw the camping symbol on I-40 so followed the signs to Lake El Reno RV Park. We were delighted with the clean level gravel sites. We put a check for $15.00 in the envelope, the receipt on the windshield, and proceeded to take a walk by the lake. I was so impressed with the campsite that my wife and I decided to stay at the same campground on the way back from Missouri. We had a 30 foot class C with a toad and there was plenty of room at the site. - Fecampbe
Sep 2016 - $15.00
Very nice City operated campground with gravel roads with level grass sites. Grass areas between each site, no trees, table at each site but no fire pit. Walk to lake. Separate tent camping area and separate fhu area. Park well maintained. Site 1 - 20 w & e only and no restrooms or showers. No wi-fi signal, good verizon 4G, direct satellite and tv antenna signals. No cable tv, no pool and no office. Pay on the honor system drop box. 15 miles west of OK city and 2 miles from freeway, fast foods and w-mart. Would stay there again. - Pepper Dan
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
Oct 2016 - $32.00
We have been here before and knew what to expect. As I detailed in my prior review, there are 3 main sections of this park for RVs: There a couple dozen W&E, back in sites in the heavily treed section of the park, a line of 19 VERY narrow, FHU sites right in front of the office, and a dozen slightly roomier FHU sites in front of those. The sites in the trees are best for smaller RVs and those who don't need FHU. Almost all of the 19 VERY narrow sites are taken by what appear to be area workers. Some of the better FHU sites were also taken by extended stay customers. We had one of the dozen "better" FHU sites. The sites also have cable TV with almost 40 channels. Unfortunately, although the picture was good, about 1/3 of the channels had NO audio at our site. By the time I realized the problem, the office was closed. Many of the sites in front of the office are satellite friendly. The Wi-Fi worked well enough for our minimal (e-mail and surfing ) needs. In addition to the bathrooms and laundry in the main building, there is a fairly modern separate bathhouse building by the end of the FHU rows, but it is still not quite adequate because of all the non-sewer sites. There are also 8 cabins/chalets plus numerous tent sites. The cabins are near the lake. There is a pool (closed for the season), bounce pillow, game room, and playground. In addition to the kids stuff, the playground area actually had several pieces of metal, adult exercise equipment that was painted colors to match the kids playground equipment. I've never seen that before. The staff I dealt with were friendly and helpful. I saw no sign of recycling. This is a decent spot to stay for an overnight if all you want/need is FHU, cable, and decent Wi-Fi. - Jerry S
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
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
Dec 2016 - $45.00
Arrived at the park just minutes after 5pm to find the office closes at 5pm. Confused we quickly noticed an envelope with out name and spot on it. Inside we found the typical map, guidelines etc paperwork you would expect. Weven easily found our way to our spot and set up camp.
Rained whole weekend we were there so no photos to post. However having paved roads and spots was an added bonus. Grassy areas were well maintained. Water, sewer and electricity were all as expected. WIFI was fine except in the evening which one would expect it to degrade.
We were about 3/4 the way back and yes the Interstate noise is there. I mean watching TV you won't hear it. But laying in bed at night you WILL hear it. Never woke us up but you hear it 24/7. Appeared as so close to 1/2 the residents were semi permanent. That being said never heard a peep out of anyone. Very respectful of noise.
Overall the park was just what we needed for a couple night stay. I would stay here again. - charlesmtexas
Oct 2016 - $45.00
Lots of good things to say about this campground: Very nice, long concrete pads with plenty of space between campsites. Full hookups including cable and good cell signal. Bathrooms/showers were nice and clean, although no place to set your stuff in the shower (just a hook and the floor). Fairly new campground so GPS could not find it--I followed directions provided by the office when I made the reservation. Very convenient for fuel, restaurants, and groceries. Pool and clubroom were very nice, although pool was closed for the season. The only real problem with the campground is the noise from I-40. I always expect noise when I'm at a campground right off the interstate, but this was very loud road noise because there's only a split rail fence between the campground and highway--no noise barrier. Fine for overnight--just bring your earplugs. - Smashcamp
Oct 2016 - $34.00
.This is a very nice park; also very new. It's tucked in besides Braum's and a couple of hotels. Easy on-off I-40. Pads were concrete, interior roads are paved and wide. There is nice spacing between the lots. The park is very clean, garbage is picked up at your site. Wi-fi was very slow. The downside is the noise from I-40. Knowing the park is right along I-40, the noise was expected. No matter where you are in the park, you can hear it. There is a nice dog park area. Workers are very friendly and helpful. - oldbluejay
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
Aug 2016 - $31.00
A very fine park. A good value for the cost. - W Davidson
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 2016 - $40.00
Very nice park close to I-40, gravel sites with shade. Sites were level and hook ups where close and worked correctly. Close to restaurants and shopping across interstate. Check in was smooth and lady at desk was very helpful. Indoor heated pool and hot tube. - roaming around
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Our one night stay turned into 5 days due to RV issues. Wonderful place to get stuck! Quiet park. Level gravel sites, great dog walking area. Indoor pool, weight room and beauty salon onsite. Clean laundry facilities. The campground also holds church services in their community room on Sunday morning. The staff is helpful and friendly, with great advice on local sightseeing. Easy access on/off highway. Close to restaurant, shopping, sightseeing. Would definitely stay again! - MbMurchison
Jul 2016 - $40.00
CG was gravel, site fairly level. Cable was pathetic, water and electric sufficient. Indoor pool but didn't use it. Our site was SO close to our neighbor, we could pass tea bags. The saving redemption was our driver's side was next to their driver's side. Good navigation roads. Staff was wonderful. Close to I-40 and there was noise. Residents were quiet. Some stored, junk RVs are in the back. A bunch of good restaurants are across I-40 (Wild Wings, Texas Roadhouse). Would stay again for another two nights. - SD75mac
Sep 2016 - $21.00
Very steep windy hill entering. Not sure what would happen if you met another rig going the other way as the roads not wide enough for two. Nice pull through with full hookup. I was looking for a pay station when the friendly ranger pulled up to the site. Lots of hiking and lots of family's in the park. The only down side is the grade in & out. - Edd505
Aug 2016 - $21.00
Nice park. We had a pull through with sewer, water and elec. Level concrete pad. No wifi or tv on the antenna. Beautiful scenery. - arkietraveler
Jun 2016 - $15.00
We stopped for the night. We could not find a place to pay the fee and just went into the park. Getting in with a 40 foot fifth wheel is tight and even tighter going out. I will never take a camper that big into that park.
We could not find a person to pay on the way out either. Thr ranger was supposed to stop by and pick up the fee. We stopped to use the dump station and a ranger came to the little guard shack and we paid him there.
This is an older park but it is clean. - Reb Kitt