7 RV Parks near Fort Supply, Oklahoma
Aug 2016 - $12.00
Only stayed one night. Couple that checked us in asked if we had Passport America or some other discount. Very friendly! Park is mowed and very clean. We have a 45' coach pulling a 24'trailer and they easily accommodated us! This is the 2nd time to stay there and would definitely stay again. - We are the Millers
Aug 2016 - $11.00
Nice remote area along a lake. The big problem I had was we were very far from restrooms and showers. The restrooms they did have were not clean and were well worn. The grounds were well kept and clean. The loop that I stayed had a lot of construction workers with rigs too big for the sites and vehicles were parked all over the grassy areas. No one seems to enforce the rules. Noise was bad during the day and night. I would not stay here again. - JC69
May 2016 - $11.00
We were in site 19. It was a back -in on the lake. The site was asphalt with a cabana and table on concrete pad. We had lots of grass space with fire pit. The grass was mowed. You could fish right from the campsite. We had good Verizon service and satellite. We would stay here again. - Lula1943
Sep 2014 - $32.00
Great place to stop for a night or two. Sites are dirt but mostly level. Concrete pads at each site that I saw. The friendliest people manage the place and are very helpful. I couldn't connect to Wi-Fi, but my antenna worked well. Would definitely stay here again. - Woolibaar
Aug 2014 - $20.00
New in 2013. 16 concrete road & sites with concrete parking for second car, remaining 4 sites are dirt/gravel. 20th St ABSOLUTELY SHOULD NOT BE USED for RV in/out as it is VERY tight with low trees. Enter/exit via gravel drive from 22nd St ...and 22nd is by far the best way to get there from 22nd anyway. The park is oriented toward long term, but owner let us stay for 4 nights when he learned we were there for a funeral. We got the only vacant site, and it was being held for someone not due to arrive until after we would be gone. - AFChap
Apr 2017 - $35.00
The park is NOT easy to find, Garmin GPS doesn't know where it is AND there's no signage out front. But if you can get yourself to Hank's Trail, our GPS took us there, but you'll need to turn around and cross the highway because it's the other direction. And on the corner. IT's the one you think it is - that is the only RV park there. Once you're in, it's easy to navigate - just pick a spot, go in and pay CASH. Cash! This is the first RV park I've ever seen that only takes cash, but okay. The sites are nice and level, it's mostly asphalt with little patches of green grass in between. 50 amp service, good water pressure, sewer - so everything we needed. We were just passing through so only two nights, but there's not much there anyway. We were there on Easter weekend so no one in the office when we checked out, but we'd paid, so we just went on our way. my one concern has nothing to do with the park but there was a resident there who had two dogs penned up behind their RV and in the two nights and three days we were there, we never once saw them return home to care for those dogs. Since we left on Sunday we couldn't call animal control (everything there shuts down on Sunday) but I am really worried about those dogs. They didn't look good. And again, no one was in the office to ask or tell. - chasmyn
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Absolutely perfect except camper next door always allows dog to poop and not clean it up. Stepped in in outside truck door and hooking up water and electric. Used his extra truck to store garbage and beer boxes. Otherwise perfect.
Would return again just look for evidence ( and not hard to see) that you don't want by this camper. - Donna16162
Sep 2015 - $35.00
It's a good think I could see the parked RVs from the highway or I would not have found the place. No sign, and not even a sign on the building to identify the office. The very nice manager said the place is three years old. Nonetheless, it's a very nice park and when the trees grow it will be lovely. All concrete (and level) with grass between spaces; the pads are quite long and the hookups new. There are no picnic tables or patios, and this is not the type of park for fire pits. Immaculate restroom & showers; several long-term residents, but neatly kept. Quiet. About 20 back-ins and 10 pull-throughs. Most amazing, manager says the laundry is free! - rv1guy2cats
Jun 2017 - $30.00
We arrived on the 16th and pulled into sight #46 in the older section of the park. The site was littered with egg shells, corn cobs, and corn husks. The grill had not been cleaned out and was full of ashes along with the fire pit. Garbage was all over the woods next to the site also. I checked the fire pits and grill at the next site and that was not clean either. We packed up and moved to the new section at a rate of $30 dollars a night, about $8.00 more then the older section although cleaner. The grill on this site was not any cleaner. Was very disappointed in this park and will not return. We go to Woodward twice a year and this was our first and last time staying at Boiling Springs. - Lifemember
Oct 2016 - $22.00
Mostly empty when we stayed here midweek in October. There are two loops, one with 50 amps and full hookups and another with 30 amps and water (no sewer). We stayed in the simpler, cheaper, and older loop. Lots of trees here must help with the brutal Oklahoma summers, but the trees are not trimmed well. Look before you park! A major train line is not far away so you hear the horns multiple times a night. - UTTransplant
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Boiling Springs State Park is near Woodward, Oklahoma, and built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. It is a beautiful park.
The boiling springs are not really boiling, but bubbles up through sand to give a look of boiling. The park has nice hiking trails and a swimming pool.
It has 10 full hookup sites in the Whitetail campground and 20+ 30A electric and water sites in Spring Hill and Whitetail campgrounds.
Nearby attractions are Alabaster Caverns State Park, partially restored Fort Supply and Little Sahara State Park.
We were in full hook-up site 7 in Whitetail Campground. Rate $30/night. We did not have a reservation and got a site over Labor Day weekend. - drfife
May 2015 - $12.00
Access was via a dirt road that was rather muddy from yesterdays rains. The long pull through sites are almost level. The recent remodeling has added 50/30/20A electric at all sites. Payment is by calling the owner and he comes and collects or there is a self payment lock box. The owner has added free WiFi internet that was reasonably fast. Good for a one or two night stop. Most of the sites are occupied by what appears to be long term residents, but the sites are fairly clean. - Ned
Oct 2014 - $23.00
Small park (13 spaces), all long pull-thrus with excellent space between sites. At the time of our stay, only one space was available, but it was excellent with 50 amp electric and large shade trees. The owner was very helpful -- I was visiting an area where I lived more than 50 years ago. Turns out he and I used to ride the same school bus. He gave me detailed information, which was 100% accurate, about the place I had lived. If you need to visit Laverne, I recommend this park! No pool or playground, no bath house, but everything I needed. - gfs1943
Apr 2015 - $25.00
This is a nice little rural park with very friendly owners. The office is in a residence at the back of the park, and essentially open whenever you arrive within reason (or there is a self service drop box). The sites are large with lots of trees and easy turnaround. Showers and rest rooms are very clean. The family that runs the park is very friendly and continue to make improvements to the park. They have just added a number of brand new spaces. I originally called for reservations during off-hours, but appreciated getting a call back just a few minutes later. If you plan on watching television, you will need a dish as there is no cable, and it's one of the only places I've stayed where you can't receive a single channel without one. There is no Wi-Fi, and Sprint Internet does not work. Verizon Internet works well however. There are several tornado shelters in the park. - Traveling man
Jun 2008 - $18.00
The weekly rate is $90 plus metered electric. We stayed here once before. This time we got a pull-through site, and utilities were well-positioned. We did, however, have some transient ground fault alarms from the 50amp connection on our electric line monitor. We also had a red ant den about three feet from our door, but the owner said "We've tried to kill them but nothing works, but they never really bother anyone." I put some ant poison on the den, and it killed them. Leash & clean up behind your pet rules are not at all enforced. Woodall's says "internet available," but it isn't unless you have dial-up capability on your ISP account AND are willing to contract for a phone hookup at your site. On exiting we found the turn around is too tight for our 40' motorhome -- fortunately we did not yet have the toad hooked up. Overall, we had a pleasant stay and would likely stay again -- there isn't much choice in the area for full-hookups. - AFChap
Mar 2008 - $13.00
Rate above is weekly rate of $90. Metered electric is additional. Sites are grass and quite wide, roads are gravel, most water & sewer hookups are toward front of site rather than rear, especially on back-in sites. Our sewer connection was un-threaded pipe that seemed to be a non-standard size, and stood several inches above the ground meaning we essentially had to figure out how to dump uphill. Due to this and the pipe size, we had to jury-rig a special connection, and could not leave the hose connected between dumps. Park location is 5.5 mi south of the Wal-Mart on the south edge of town. We will return when in the area again, and hope for a site where we can keep the sewer hose connected and dump normally! - AFChap