Date of Stay: October, 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. We camped at Foss State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
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Found the National Route 66 musuem to be worth the trip and the price was right, $4.00 for seniors.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $25.00
Cedar Point, which is in Foss State Park, is a beautiful campground right on the lake. We stayed here in site #1, which had a fabulous view, electric and water at the site, a nice level cement pad, a spacious grassy area, park bench and grill. There's a dump station on the way out, which we used.
The grounds are actually quite big and there are places for group picnics, a frisbee golf course, etc. A small marina is within walking distance and in the Summer a restaurant is open (we missed getting to try it out as it was already closed for the season).
It was a peaceful location. We'll return to this spot if passing through again. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here for one night, right before Labor Day weekend. The host was very accommodating and allowed us to have 3 tents in one site. Each site had power which was very convenient. The showers were clean as well as the area. There was also a disc golf course available, which came as a nice surprise so try that out. The lake looked nice but we did not go to it. The only negative would be that many sites do not have much shade. We camped at Foss State Park in a Tent.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $22.00
We were coming in on a weekend, and the ranger suggested we go to the North part of the lake, as the Southern part campgrounds fill up faster. We found a number of available sites, with 50 amp, and even a view of the lake. There were concrete pads to park on and sites had to use the dumpstation when leaving. It was very quiet at night, despite many campers and RVs in the area. There are no nearby stores for shopping, other than a bait store or two. We enjoyed our stopover. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground. It is about 7 miles off Interstate 40 so there is no traffic noise. We had a site near the lake. The site was paved and on a hill but the concrete pad for the RV was level. There are lots of trees for shade and nice fire pits/grills. Being a state park there is no cable TV or WIFI. Also there were people parking their boat trailers in the sites while they were on the lake so it is not as secure as a private campground. The area we were in was almost empty so it was very quiet. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $25.00
About 7 miles north of I-40, but still very convenient. We had a very nice, very spacious pull-through with full hookups. Nice grounds and view of lake (even though the lake itself isn't terribly beautiful). Good AT&T coverage, which I didn't expect. A very nice place to stay, and would stop again. Self-checkin with an envelope/box system. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $15.00
Looking for privacy we picked the Cottonwood campground. There were only a few other sites occupied. Nice breeze and lots of shade from the mature cottonwoods. Great variety of birds including scissortail flycatcher, kingbirds and cedar waxwings. Utilities look to have been recently upgraded and the sites leveled and graveled. We were headed east on I40 and stopped at the OK visitor's center. When we inquired about the park the host gave us a $5.00 token to use at the campground. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $25.00
Cedar Point Campground at Foss State Park. One of the newer campgrounds. Concrete pads and very, very new picnic tables and fire rings. Campground is on the south end of the lake, so would probably be quite cool in the winter. Park staff was great to deal with. One of two campgrounds at Foss State Park that can be reserved on-line in advance of your trip. We camped at Foss State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $23.00
Sites are well-spaced, with water and electric and a level concrete pad. Some sites were nestled in trees, others were out in the open. All had a lovely view of the lake. Nice clean restrooms. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
The Foss State Park was a pleasant campground. The site was very level and paved. Lots of shade trees. Camp host was very friendly. Fishing and Boating was available. We stayed for two days and would stay here again. We were in the Cedar Campground, which is on the lake. Cottonwood Campground was not on the lake but had many more trees and protection from the wind. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $23.00
If you are looking for a great stop near I-40 in Western Oklahoma, this is it! The park has 5-6 campgrounds offering different levels of services and site types. We stay at Cottonwood Campground (formerly called Southside) which is located inside the south entrance. There are 10 full hookup pull thru sites located in the back of the campground. The sites are fairly level with a gravel surface. Since this was a one night transit stop for us we did not look around the park which has a nice lake, marina, and beach. It seems like a nice spot for one night or a relaxing longer stay. We camped at Foss State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $23.00
We wanted a full hookup site and the sites down by the lake were not full hookup with a beautiful setting and scenery. We were on site 1 and were disappointed with the size. It was really too small as a pull thru for our 45 ft with tow. No security or gate and our BBQ and fire pit were full of trash. The park personnel to check us in was very nice. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $23.00
Still a beautiful place...we rode out two of those infamous Oklahoma thunder boomers..man...anyway the park host is friendly and the ranger is also..a nice place to stay...if they had sewer hookups, and Wi-Fi, it would be a 12..but a strong 9 is good. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.
This is located north of Interstate 40 in the western part of the OK on the largest reservoir in Panhandle. Easy drive to get to it. The park is only on part of the 60 mile lake. The dam is over three miles long and there are over eight campgrounds within the park. Prior to statehood, the area was part of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Indian Reservation, many still living in the surrounding area. The Great Western Cattle Trail also ran through the area. There is a small herd of bison still roaming a 480 pasture at the park. We drove north from the interstate for about 6.5 miles and the entrance is right to the left. You drive in and find a spot then wait until the host visits you. You really need a map to know where all the campgrounds are. It was confusing when we drove in because we did not see an entrance office but they do have one just past the park entrance. We had to ask another camper what to do. You find a spot and we did at Cedar Point Campground which has 15 semi-modern RV sites with water and electricity, most with great views of the lake. Very pretty. The host showed up within an hour and was very informative about the area, the park and gave us a map of the park itself. You pay the host $25 per night for water and electric, or $23 as a senior citizen. This campground is one of the most popular and if it wasn’t a Sunday we might not have found a site but we would have found a site somewhere in the park. There are over 137 sites, ten with full hookups and included in that count are 42 tent sites. Nice park in a beautiful area of OK. At the park one can hike, bike, horseback ride but not rental, fish, boating, and swimming . We enjoyed our day here right on the lake in a nice pull-through site with lots of shade. The bath house was nice with showers. We camped at Foss State Park in a Motorhome.