8 Parks near Elk City, Oklahoma
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Elk Creek is off I 40, one of the few campgrounds not directly at the edge of the highway. Quiet and peaceful. But that was about it. No pool, a busted picnic table. The water and electric worked and the wifi was more than adequate. I felt bad about the raggedy American flag whipping around on the flag pole. Since we were just passing through it was okay, but I wouldn't stick around. - nickypoo
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This park is ok for an overnight but if you are 40' plus a tow vehicle, it is a little tight getting around. This is a "no frills" facility. Just off the interstate, so a little noisy in the morning as expected. wifi was slow but it worked. I might look around a little more before I stayed here again. - Djb
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Found this RV Park on a billboard off of the interstate, called them to see if they have a spot available for one night, they did. I headed their direction. Their base rate for 30 amp is $33 a night -10% discount for good Sam, AAA, and other various clubs. Not sure how much the 50 amp is per night but I think it might be $38 a night.
They have two Wi-Fi towers available for no charge, they have two bath houses, they have cable television at every campsite and it's close to local markets to pick up various items - Denise M Smith
Jul 2016 - $1.00
This is a small City Park that has five RV sites which are free on a first come, first serve basis for a max stay of four nights. The park is clean and well kept. Each site has a fairly level asphalt pad with grassy areas between the sites. There is thirty amp electric with water available at one spot to fill up your tank if needed, but I understand this is shut off in the winter. No sewer and no dump station. There is a bathroom located at the picnic area, but we did not go in, so I can't say if it were clean it not. Based on the overall cleanliness of the park, I would imagine they were clean. There is a pretty little lake that had a couple of boaters. The park is located in a quiet area. The lady who gave us directions was very nice and helpful. - PaLa
Dec 2015 - $1.00
This was a beautiful little park that is first come first served but is free to use. There is a lake with wildlife. The setting is so pretty and serene, quiet. We have a 35' motorhome and while it took a bit of maneuvering, we were able to park comfortably. It is a level paved pad with grass next to you. There was electric, but in the winter no water. There is no dump, no services. except for nature. It is not set up for campfires or cooking. Maximum stay is 4 nights. I-40 is close, but you definitely don't hear it. Woman I called to inquire about the park, was very nice, very helpful. We would go again. - dorcol
May 2015 - $1.00
This is a free RV park, maximum stay of 4 nights. The park is just outside town, and sits on a lake. Very Quiet and peaceful. No sewer or dump but there is 30 amp power and water. Easy access but sites might be short for long motorhomes with toads. - Soos
Mar 2016 - $28.00
Very good instructions for late arrivals. Be careful of directions to them, as without escort to short term sites, turns can be confusing. Short term sites level, long and defined. We enjoyed our overnight visit. - SDCampowneroperator
Mar 2015 - $35.00
Well, I'd have to say this place was terrible. It is by far the worst campground I've been to. The rest rooms if you like to call them that were absolutely filthy. It was disturbing how unclean, and vile they were. The cheap linoleum was coming off the floors. There was absolutely no toilet paper, and on arrival we were told there was no hot water. Not that you would want to take a shower there. Since the shower floors were absolutely filthy and not fit for a dog to be in. Thankfully Love's is across the street, and their bathrooms were clean. There is no cable, and wifi is non-existent. If your looking for a quick overnight, and don't need to use the bathroom or shower then this your place, if you do avoid this place at all cost! - JayC90
Apr 2013 - $25.00
Military discount applied. Park was full. 50 amp was missing one leg, mgr said "It worked last night" and didn't offer any help. CableTV did not work, again mgr offered no help. All sewer connections were missing lids. Pull-through site #49 was obviously only for pop-up tent trailers, we had to back out of the site. Park is for sale and apparently is not being maintained. Wi-Fi was intermittent. When checking in we got a receipt and verbal directions to find our site (that were wrong) and when we asked for the Wi-Fi access code the manager said "there it is on the whiteboard (barely readable), I don't know nothing about computers". Access road is directly behind the Loves Travel Park and access is single lane, I had to move for an entering school bus. We would never stay at this park again! - NorCal Dan
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Watch out for overhead clearance due to overhanging trees. I missed hitting a branch with the awning cover on the passenger side of my 45' bus by about two inches. Otherwise everything was satisfactory. Really friendly staff. - Archer2
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Stayed only one night while traveling across Oklahoma. Friendly and helpful staff. Level gravel site with grassy area between sites. Well shaded. Had a minor problem with cable, fixed quickly by staff. - Kazoo Tom
Jul 2016 - $53.00
Rate is for a family of 5 with no discounts. They are accommodating and put us next to the pool so we could let the kiddos swim under easy supervision. The playground is from yesteryear and has the fun equipment not found in most places today; our kids love it. When the wind picks up along 40 this is great campground to shut down in because it has trees and seems to be somewhat blocked. For the rate I would expect a bit more care of the grounds but it's by no means run down. Site was level and all facilities were in order. - ChrisE
Sep 2016 - $27.00
This is a very nice overnight stop; right off Hwy 40 but there is not a lot of highway noise. Very friendly and helpful owner who lives on the site. Cash or check only. Nice long pull thru sites, some shady trees. - alm
Aug 2016 - $26.00
This is a very small operation but it was convenient, clean, safe and quiet. NO FACILITIES although some obviously longer-term customers.
Caution: Drive in off the highway involves a rather steep gravel road which dips down and then back up. Could be a problem getting in/out if there is heavy rain/flooding as some places have had. Otherwise, OK for a night's stay. - Ilene S
Aug 2016 - $27.00
Very nice, clean, pretty little park. We stayed one night on way to OKC. Owners were extemely friendly and helpful. Would definitely stop again. - Sandy&Steve
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We have visited a lot of State parks and this is clearly on e of the best. Foss Lake is a man made lake and has 58 miles of coastline with depths ranging from 24 ft up to 70 ft. Great area for fishing and boating. Unlike many parks - this one can easily handle big rigs. The water pressure is good. Only downside is that only about 10 sites have sewer hook-up. Surprising, we got good Digital TV reception from Oklahoma City stations. It is easy to see why this place stays booked full during summer months. - rv time
Aug 2016 - $23.00
We stayed in Cedar Point space #1 which had a fabulous lake view. The pad was concrete, level, and spacious. There were shade trees on either side, a picnic table, and fire pit which had wood already waiting for us. The grounds were well maintained and impeccably cared for. The restrooms were clean, but tons of creepy crawly things invade them after dark so shower early!
We would definitely return to Foss State Park on our next cross county trip if traveling down the I-40. - Thirtygoodyears
Oct 2015 - $27.00
We went for the full hook up sites which were on the opposite side of the park from the lake. Sites were level and were long enough for our camper and truck. The other sites were kind of close but we didn't spend much time there so it was okay.
If you want great views go for the lake side sites. They have hookups but no sewer.
Park itself was very nice and we would stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Sep 2016 - $12.00
This is a very well kept city campground in a large park with several huge graveled pull through sites and lots more grassed sites. There is no sewer at site which is the only negative. The dump station is on the access road which is quiet enough during the week to not pose a problem but may cause some problems if the park is full of people on the weekends. Our 50A pull through site had good power and water pressure. It might be interesting accessing some of the sites if the park was full but we were the only rig there when we parked for the one night. If we didn't have to be elsewhere we would have stayed longer. - KiwiRVer
Aug 2016 - $12.00
There are lots of sites in this campground. Some are on grass, others are on gravel. The newer sites with 50 amp service are on gravel and they are pull-throughs. Some of the sites on grass also have 50 amp service. You need to check the individual sites to see what type of service each has.
Warning, some of the electrical hook ups on the grass sites are not in good shape with exposed wires, etc. Also, not all sites have picnic tables. - Bobbi1948
Jun 2016 - $12.00
We stayed here two nights. 30 amp and 50 amp hookups with water. Dump station available too. Pool was open and a 2.00 charge. Camping spot was big. When you enter rv section, just stop and walk around to find a 50 amp site. Close to route 40 on and off ramps. Very quiet . - New yorker