13 Parks near Eufaula, Oklahoma
Apr 2016 - $11.00
50,30 & 20amp Electric good, Sewer is a dump on the way out. Water @ 60 psi. Wi-Fi not available. AT&T Cell Phone Good 4bars. AT&T Air Card very good. Verizon 4G LTE Air Card good. Cable not available but can get Over the Air fairly good. Site #22 is outstanding. Very wide, exceptionally long and lots of room between sites. Roads to the park are good. Interior roads look bad but are asphalt and cracked but not rough. The new Restroom near the play ground is outstanding. However the older ones are pretty sad. Laundry not available. DirecTV Satellite is accessible depending how your dish is used. Most are good if your dish is on a tripod but if on the roof may be a problem depending on your site. Discount available for Golden Age and America the Beautiful for 50%. Payment by credit card online is good. About the park. A lot of it was damaged by the recent floods. The 30amp sites are mainly older sites. Water is shared between sites and is way far away so have a lot of water hose. Sites range from very small to good in length, a little small in width for the 30amp and be careful when pulling into the site. The sites that were damaged have been upgraded to 50,30,20 Amp and are asphalt with a large pad and patio. These are very good and most are now Walk in. Get one of these if you can if you have a large RV. I would absolutely stay here again especially if I can get one of the newer 50amp sites. - TXBobcat
Apr 2014 - $9.00
A faded beauty. The June 2013 review is exactly on target. I would add that on our loop the asphalt pads are crumbling so that we had to have one side of our rig on the dirt. Leveling could be a problem. Our site, E-18, a pull-through, required a very, very tight turn for our 32 ft trailer. I should have backed into the pull-through! We would come back but it is not up to the normal COE high standards. - rncordy
Jun 2013 - $9.00
Wednesday, June 12 - Eufaula Lake – Belle Starr Campground, Corps of Engineers, Eufaula, OK. The reviews have always been good for this campground, and I love the COE campgrounds, but I can see where the funding is just not there anymore. There are 115 sites with electric and some of them 50 amp and many have water hookups. The site we had was right on the lake but small with no water hookups. There was another site right to the left of us, and if any RV came in we would have been blocked from getting out but it did not happen. This is one of the biggest lakes in OK, and very windy, and it looks like it has the red clay underneath it. The nicest sites are the pull-throughs right next to the water sites C22-32, but those are first come. Reservations can be made for some of the sites. Tables to cut up your fish were at every site since this is a big fishing lake. Bath houses were not that clean, but it was in the late afternoon when we checked them out on a very hot day in the high 90’s. We followed the directions, but we missed a small sign to get to the park so it took longer to get there off of Interstate 40 than we planned. Nice park, but I don’t know if we would return since there are also 8 other COE campgrounds around this lake and some state parks. It only costs us $9 with a pass for the site. - gsnakehill
Sep 2016 - $39.00
What a cute, clean and fun RV park on Lake Eufaula in Oklahoma. Spent Labor Day 2016 here and made a last minute reservation. Betty at the front desk was fantastic and most helpful. They have a whole section for people with horses and horse trailers as well. Its 10 minutes to the nearest WalMart and town. The sites are large, cement and spaced nicely between each other. Very, Very nice park, would definitely stay here again if in the area. Great dog park, two side by side, one for big dogs and one for little ones. - Okstatefanz
Aug 2016 - $35.00
The park has very level cement pads, good water pressure and great southern exposure. Excellent management and very friendly staff. - sfaunt
May 2016 - $35.00
Too late I remembered why I passed this place by last year. Way too much noise from 69, and a train track close enough to disturb the silence.
Inside the park, I have been listening to car alarms, barking dogs, screaming kids, stereos and so far four fools blasting past my rig exiting the park.
The roads were one continuous pothole. The sites were concrete, the utilities were positioned just fine and the cable was horrible. 18 lousy channels. The dump has a swimming pool and a meeting room.
One more thing, there's a bar right next to this dump that made noise until 2AM.
This morning while trying to unhook, I stepped in dog crap. - Author
Oct 2011 - $28.00
Love it. Lake Eufaula is a very cool lake and we enjoyed every minute there. Great people and great food. Relaxing atmosphere. Will stay again when we are in the area. - ombsongs
Mar 2010 - $45.00
We liked this park very much. This park is definitely kid friendly and a excellent staff. Lot of activity for children. This is a great park resort. Oh yes, they also serve Starbucks coffee. It appears to be a new park and the sites were drive through with concrete pads. Some of the sites were close together, but when we were here, the park was not full. Only bad things we experienced at the park was the annoying train tracks nearby, that travel throughout the night. We would come here again - detkicker
Jun 2008 - $40.00
This is a brand new park, and some of what they advertise is not yet there, but they are not discounting anything. The pull-through sites are a gravel parking lot; no shade except for 1 old tree. At one end of the 7 spaces are some water only sites on the lake. The store is open and so is the putt putt golf. Carry everything you need as the store has all the Jellystone things but not much else. We drove through before we brought the motorhome up, and the wife said no way were we camping there. - Chuckl
Oct 2016 - $38.00
This a very pleasant RV park and campground conveniently located near I-40. Office staff was very helpful and went out of their way to make sure we had satellite access. And the wifi worked great. All sites are long and pull-through with 30/50 amps, water and sewer. Many have some shade and a swing, fire ring and picnic table. Roads are gravel and sites are gravel/dirt. Lots of green space for walking a dog. - JoyceM
Oct 2016 - $39.00
Very nice RV park. Attendant very friendly and efficient. Nice trail to a nearby lake. The only negative was the grass at our site needed mowing. Excellent value. - arkdurbin
Sep 2016 - $37.00
Decent park for over night. Easy in easy out. Nice people that run it. Air TV only but we got a bunch of channels. Verizon worked OK. - NPmoto
Dec 2016 - $26.00
We stopped for an overnight and everything was in order. We almost had the park to ourselves. The washrooms were closed this time of year but we didn't need them. There are some very fine pull through "superior" sites on the lake in the lower loops that are well worth the small additional fee. - Judy Birchland
Sep 2016 - $26.00
This is a sweet park, at least off season, and is good for an overnight stop on your way across country. It is close to Route 40, was quiet, has some sights with nice water views. - Chinnebago
Sep 2016 - $26.00
The park us about 6 miles south on Hwy 150, off of I-40. We had site 93 in the Lake View Circle. We had a view of the lake in a pull thru site. Very nice, quiet. Roads were good. Site was concrete. Exactly what we like trees, water and comfortable site at a reasonable price. We had good water flow and electricity. We would return. - Thirdtime
Jun 2016 - $19.00
Campground is about 30 minutes out of Checotah on an Army COE man-made lake. Single loop campground with less than 30 sites, brick shower/bath house that is away from the lake. Sites are very small, but there is plenty of overflow parking around allowing you to drop a trailer and park a tow vehicle nearby. Sites look challenging to back into, but were flat. Lots of lake access, some sites back up to the lake. Did not see a boat ramp in the campground, but there are some nearby. Unfortunately, a very large family that was also using the campground during our stay, had taken over the site we were assigned, covered up the site number, parked a travel trailer, and started a rather wild party. While the camper was removed from our site, the campground host was not able to get control of the situation in order to get the singing drunks out of our site so I could back in. Moved to the Checotah Walmart. - charles_from812
Jul 2012 - $9.00
This is a older Army Corp Park, but clean. Electric was OK for a hot day. It was about 100 in the shade. My wife and I will camp there again if in the area. Camp Host was very friendly. You are about 10 miles from town. The city of Checotah has a super Walmart, Flying J with RV pull through lanes, also has a nice clean laundry mat. If you like Chinese food, there is a nice place for carry out. We got enough food for three meals for two people, and the price was only $11.19 - Joceil
Nov 2016 - $14.00
Sites are fairly close together but fairly level. Off the beaten path. - mrracechaser
Nov 2016 - $14.00
This is a nice little family-run RV park a couple of miles off the interstate. We seem to stay here every year on our sojourn to the west or returning to east. This is a very nice, well managed park and a good place to stay for a night or two while on the road. The hookups are modern and work well.
The area is rural and very pleasant The sites are reasonably level. We will stay here again. - hoppytoad
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Nice little park about 3 miles from I40. Friendly staff. No cable but OTA brought in 20+ channels. Strong Verizon signal. Park has wifi but I Used private Verizon. Utilities mid site but sewer connection is at a funny angle making it hard to connect. Site was not level but jacks leveled the rig. - Bobco
Oct 2016 - $1.00
We stayed four nights. Slip was totally gravel, without table, concrete pad or shade but with lots of sand spurs. Wifi was actually reasonably good. Good cable. Restrooms and laundry were good. Storm shelter was immediately available and nice for a hiding place. Grounds were well kept. Playground in good repair. Watch out for the speed bumps. Large storage area for boats and RVs. Only glaring deficiency was presence of many pot holes, both over filled and not filled. Past the rough entry things were pretty good. The staff was friendly and helpful. They held a package that arrived before us. Great place if you have a boat. Lots of shade for longtermers. - Vdsavell
Aug 2016 - $25.00
No customer service. Prior to our stay, called three different times and never received a call back. Like most parks, WiFi service can be slow. They do offer to purchase higher speed WiFi, but you guessed it...called the front office and they didn't know how or know anything about it (was on their web site). - Diane M S
Jun 2016 - $5.00
We only stayed one night. We had trouble with one AC so left early next morning to next destination because one wouldn't work. It was a very nice park and I wish we had more time to spend there. Lots were spacious and offered some shade. Site surface was gravel. Campsite and amenities were clean. - Dkkirkland
Sep 2016 - $24.00
I stayed in the Turkey Flat campground. Its was renovated a few years ago and is still in very good shape. One thing I found bit confusing was their numbering scheme. Sites with the same amenities are consecutively numbered, i.e.: 10 & 11 both have full hookups. Consecutive does not, however, mean adjacent. 10 & 11 are at opposite ends of the campground.
I don't want to be too critical of the office staff. They are friendly and try to be helpful but they seem to be a little confused about their reservation system. I've been here twice and there were questions about my reservation both times. Things were quickly straightened out but it would be a good idea to bring your receipt if you reserved and paid ahead of your arrival.
Satellite should work fine on most, but not all, sites in Turkey Flat. Other areas are more heavily wooded. - ljr
Jul 2016 - $24.00
Very nice RV park... cement pads very clean and restrooms and showers are very clean as well . Arrowhead State Park Golf course is a very good golf course close to RV park if you have a toad. Also the RV park is within walking distance to fishing.
Overall a great place to stay. - NormB
May 2016 - $24.00
We stayed in the Lake Loop Section which is not nearly as nice as Turkey Run. Due to RV issues we arrived a day late, but had called and notified them. At 5:00 on Friday afternoon our site was full of heavy machinery and downed tree branches. This despite having a reserved sign on the post. We just moved to a non-reserved site as the office couldn't reach maintenance. Lot spacing was nearby with some shade. Site surfaces were asphalt and featured a fire ring, picnic table and patio. - MThome
Mar 2010 - $0.00
Where can you camp in a quiet spot next to a lake for free! The sites appear at first look to have power, but the electricity to the sites has been disconnected. Sites are pull through and identified by a table and a trash can. Since there was not a sign for the campground I contacted city hall to make sure the campground was still open. They said there was no charge, but warned me that the gate to the campground was locked at 10pm every night. It was very relaxing. We were the only campers, and even daytime use of the park was limited to a few joggers, and a little league practice. The park is a couple miles South of town on Lake Road. - Traveling man