5 RV Parks near Enid, Oklahoma
Jan 2014 - $15.00
We have been staying here for about 5 months while my husband works in the area. It is a nice park, trees and grassy areas around most of the spaces. There is a picnic table at every site. We are in the very back and it is very quiet. There are only four pull-through sites. The rest of the spaces are in cul-da-sac type areas which can be difficult to park in with a bigger RV. It is the nicest park in Enid, and the staff is very friendly. - Freedom73
Jun 2011 - $18.00
Above rate reflects weekly rate of $125. New owners 18 monthes ago have been busy converting an old trailer park into a combined mobile home/RV park. I have no idea how many sites they have. We were in #150. RV sites are spacious with gravel pads, concrete patios, picnic table, and new utilities. Water pressure is a little low but workable. Free Wi-Fi inside the club house only. The pool had been open only 3 months when we were here. This is the nicest of the 3 local RV parks we have stayed in: easy access, spacious sites, and quite peaceful. We would definitely stay here again! - AFChap
Apr 2009 - $10.00
The park is directly off of the main travel street through town. There is road noise that quiets down in the late evening. Many full time folks here. The ground is littered. The sites are level with 4 cement pads and several gravel pads. The owners were away the two days we were there and we paid through a drop box. There are nice parks nearby and the town of Enid is interesting. An easy in and out for a one stay. - Janefairlight
Sep 2007 - $26.00
They advertised big rig friendly. They were not. I did get into the park without a great deal of trouble but there only had one spot I could get into because of the trees. If your in a big rig and are in a spot for the night it will do, but one night was enough for me. We walked around the park and most of the spots are filled with old old campers. - Retired2007
Jun 2007 - $16.00
Older park with some new wide & long concrete sites just off US 81 in the south side of town. A little street noise, but not enough to disturb us. Weekly rate $70. With Passport America, our total cost for one week at 1/2 the nightly rate was $56!! No extras like pool, playground, etc. We spent a very pleasant week here, and will definitely come back! - AFChap
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Enid, OK has no RV park that is "traveler's quality." This one is far from it due to the number of permanent residents and old, dilapidated RV units. But the hook-ups worked. The one person I met was a park bum, but was friendly.
The park is unsightly but is undergoing renovation to get it cleaned up of debris and get a privacy fence installed around it. You don't have much choice in this town. - Tidy Boy
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This park is geared to the longer term campers with a few spots up front for easier entry/exit from the park and near bathrooms/showers. Minimal grass area and dry/dusty. Bathrooms/showers were adequate but locked during the night without code access. I don't know why parks do that!! We would consider staying here again next time thru Enid but just for an over nite. Park rates no more than 4 of 10 stars. We camped at High Point in a motorhome w/toad. - Sweatlife
Sep 2017 - $27.00
The park is about 2 mile north of US412 on one of Enid's main streets, easy to get in and out of. The park is an RV communities with permanent residents and overnight sites which are close to the office and easy enough to get in. These sites are pull thru but can be a bit tight making the swing if you have a longer MH and a towed. The sites have trees and you need to watch for slide clearance when setting up. Satellite reception will depend on whether or not you can get you dish out from under the trees. The cable TV signal was digital with 100+ channels, very clear. Verizon service is usable, we didn't use their WiFi. The sites are gravel and level, the streets are asphalt and easy to navigate. This park is good place to overnight or spend a few days in the area. We have used this park before and will stay here again the next time we are going thru the area. - AstroDave
Sep 2016 - $31.00
An overnight stop with 50A power for the AC. The weather was 90°+ and high humidity so I had to have AC. Extremely friendly office staff, but not knowledgeable about 'good' restaurants in town. Lots of fast-food places, but not too many 'nice' sit down to a good meal kinda places.
Enid is a boom town right now with a large population of out-of-area construction workers at a nearby plant construction site. And the town looks and feels exactly like that - rough and tough. This means that the RV parks are filled to capacity with workers and their RV's. Tough to find an open spot.
That said, Highpoint RV Park reserves a few convenient spots near their office for transients. Call way early in the day for availability. - Retired-n-Roamin