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9 RV Parks near Geary, Oklahoma
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Geary. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Geary in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $38.00
As usual, we had a level, gravel, pull through, FHU site in front of the office. It was satellite friendly and the WiFi was good enough for our minimal (e-mail and web surfing) needs. The bathrooms were clean. - Jerry S
May 2018 - $36.00
RV sites very close together. But the Kamping Kabins were all lakefront and over a little hill so they were isolated and lovely. Very convenient to I-40 and Oklahoma City. Lots of noise from the interstate. - Hartleyfam
Mar 2018 - $45.00
This piece of real estate needs to be plowed under and someone come in there to redesign and layout a park. There can't be more than 3 or 4 feet between spots. All spots (50 Amp) are pull thru. One entire row (next to office) are workers in and around the area. They all fire up their trucks and motorcycles at or about 6 AM. There is a dog park that is about 500 ft away and up a small hill from the park that is next to the Bison Pen (that is filled with manure). On any given evening, when the workers come home, their trucks and other vehicles block the entrance into the office road and as a result, you must walk about 250-300 feet to the office. When I asked about it I was told "Well they live here full time." Really!? WiFi is advertised, Good Luck! Cable TV is advertised. So much static and noise you cant watch. And when I asked about it I was told the owner/manager is aware but the cable company won't fix it. Been that way for over a year. This park is totally unacceptable to any RVer on the road. Find somewhere else to camp. If the owner wants this KOA to remain a fulltime location for gas and oil workers, then make it that way. but don't advertise something else. - LilGTO71
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Stayed two nights at this nice little park. Entrance road is steep and winding and maybe too much so for long RVs (mine is 33 ft, no problem, unhooked toad). Very scenic. Primary activities are hiking and climbing/rappelling. Smallish pool closed Monday and Tuesday. A few nice restaurants in Hinton. - Bert Pryor
Apr 2018 - $23.00
The park sits in a canyon about 100 feet below the landscape level. It literally disappears into the ground. The road down to it is incredibly steep and windy, but short. They don't take reservations but if you can get them on the phone they will tell you what is available. The office was closed when we got in at 2pm. When you get in just choose a site and fill out an envelope, put your check or cash in it and drop it in one of several drop boxes through out the park. Incredibly simple. Our site had a view of very close vertical sandstone walls and a bubbling brook ran beside us. - Tidy Boy
Mar 2018 - $26.00
As many have already mentioned, this is a small park in a canyon near Hinton, OK. Positives: beautiful canyon. Several walking trails along the park and the upper rim. Restrooms are nice and pay showers are available. We were on a concrete pad making set up easy and quick. Negatives: they only keep 2 restrooms open during non-summer months. We camped in the middle, requiring us to pass the closed restrooms to get to the either the restroom at the beginning of the park or the end. Park is not family friendly. No quiet time in park. Lots of partying with complete with loud music, karaoke, and cursing until after 3AM. There may have been "other things" going on but we tried to ignore it as much as possible. Forget about a quiet night in the park. Takeaways - do not bring children. It is impossible to know if you will next to respectable campers or not. Campsites are way too close together for any privacy. If you are next to a party, it is impossible to not be right in the middle of it. - Anika H
Sep 2017 - $1.00
Great place to stay! No charge, but full hookups right outside casino. 3 day limit, just sign up inside. Don't even need to sign up for player's card, but they give you $10 voucher if you do. - laurly
Apr 2017 - $1.00
Not really an "RV Park" but an area of the parking lot with hookups. Called the day before and security stated was full but would find us a spot if needed. Very nice, accommodating staff. There were a few units there that obviously had stayed longer than the stated 3 day maximum, but there was one open spot for us to squeeze in. There was also a bit of an issue in the middle of the night with someone outside one of the campers requiring the police to respond - no idea what the relationship was but although disruptive it was handled so that was a good thing. Otherwise area was clean and only short drive from I-40. Can't really complain when the site was completely free. - 2retiresoon
Feb 2017 - $1.00
RV Back-in Full hookup sites at the edge of Lucky Star Casino parking lot a few miles north of I-40 FREE 1st come 1st serve for up to 4 nights They gave us $10 vouchers for the slots Find a spot and go inside to security to register The sites are fairly level gravel with 30 & 50 amp, water and dump The casino is 24/7 with a restaurant and bar. The food was inexpensive and good. The staff was friendly. There was plenty of room to unhook and park the towed and back into spots. This is not a resort RV park, but in my opinion it was perfect. Easy in and out, food on site, security on site and full hookups at no charge. Some Casinos have campgrounds that are NOT FREE. We stayed at one in Michigan that was over $50 per night for 4 people. If we come through here again we will stay here. - ahmavic
Feb 2018 - $20.00
Based on the positive reviews, we pulled in late afternoon for what we hoped would be a pleasant stay. After selecting a site, while setting up. I found all the power boxes to be locked. After a fashion, a woman from another camper came over with a telephone number that had to be called if you wanted to hook up. I called the number, and sure enough an employee showed up after about 10 minutes and unlocked the box. He said they had problems with people not paying and the system has only been in place about a month. So if you come in late, what happens. You call and get him out of bed? Rest rooms and showers are usable, but marginal. The interstate is close, but not too intrusive. Plenty of sites, probably never filled up Good for an overnight stay. Be advised that the number is posted on the check in board (which we didn't notice) and you should call him first thing when you arrive, hopefully not late at night. This is the weirdest system we have ever run into in years of travel. Don't know how long it will be in place. They really need a site manager. Otherwise this could be a nice park, with a little TLC for the bathrooms. - Expresso
Oct 2017 - $20.00
A lovely, large city owned park with campground on a lake. Big rig friendly with some very long pull through gravel sites. Sites are a bit close together, but since it wasn't very crowded when we were here, people seemed to leave spaces between them and others. Great price at $20/night with full hookups and lots of open grass areas to let the dogs run. Close, easy drive to Oklahoma City. The bad....VERY loud, constant 24 hour road noise from the nearby interstate. Lots of fast traffic through the park and campground bordering on dangerous if you're walking on the road. We stayed for two (sleepless) nights before heading out to find someplace quieter. Mediocre AT&T hotspot coverage, clear sky for satellite reception. - Jerry and Betsy
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Just bought a travel trailer and found this place not far from home. I have now had two separate, weekend stays there, and loved each visit. The new construction mentioned in a prior review seems to be barrack-style housing for oil workers. There was never any problem or disruption from it that I noticed. The restroom/shower facility is ... functional. I like that the building has three separate, lockable single restrooms with shower, each labeled as family restroom. The cleanliness leaves something to be desired, but it did have the required paper products and useable plumbing. Being a rookie at backing, I really appreciate the pull-throughs; lots of space and didn't feel cramped or overcrowded even with several other RVs. Although close to I-40, I was never bothered by road noise. I plan to return often just to decompress. - OKCjen
Mar 2018 - $20.00
There are two sections in the campground. The West side is 50A FHU pull through, and the east side doesn't have sewer and is a mix of back in and pull through. We stayed in the FHU area. Honor system for payment with a box and envelopes. No host on site. Decent space per site, and easy to level. Easy pull through with a couple of trees providing some shade. Enough room to put down the garage patio. Sewer connection is 4" threaded but connection is below dirt. The bathhouse has 3 individual rooms each with sink, toilet, and shower. Strong hot water but not very clean. The lake is pretty but signs indicated a blue-green algae bloom was present during our stay. Easy walk to a nearby golf course. - Idcruiserman
Nov 2017 - $20.00
What a gem! Sites 1-20 have no sewer, but Sites 21+ have full hook ups. Honor box payment. Spacious and level sites. Lake El Reno was scenic. Abundant waterfowl! Pet friendly with lots of places to walk. No WIFI but our AT&T phones/hotspot worked great. I would highly recommend this RV Park and plan to come back. - CJVJn1Doug
Apr 2017 - $15.00
Very nice park with a beautiful view of the lake. Access is by a winding narrow street along the lake. Take it slow and easy: it's beautiful. Registration is all self-service. There are 3 areas: 1) primitive (i.e. tent), 2) RV spots with electric and water (East loop $15) and 3) RV spots with electric, water, and sewer (West loop $20). When we first got there, we could determine a tent-only area, but did not know there was a difference between the two loops. Better informational signage would have been very helpful. Initially the water hydrant for our spot had a huge leak from the valve stem, flooding our site and the road, so I connected to a hydrant on the other side. It was fine. With no way to tell anyone, I put a note in the pay box. Within a couple hours after that was collected, there was a team of men fixing it. - arboldt
Nov 2018 - $50.00
This place rocks!!!! They maintain the campground immaculate. They have thought of everything. A dedicated dog wash. Kids area. The water hook up insulated so it doesn't freeze. The sites are spacious. Could accommodate our 43' motorhome and tow with no problem. Easy on and off interstate. Front office very professional and friendly. The entrance is so pretty with a cascading koi pool. Well lit at night, secure and quiet. - NPC
Oct 2018 - $30.00
Very nice, brand new park. Large sites with many pull through. Two fenced in dog parks. With large field behind them to really run the dogs. We met here for a RV rally with 50 other DRV fifth wheels. Nice stay - Tim Thiemann
Oct 2018 - $42.00
We absolutely loved this park! The sites were long and wide, cement pads, ours was very level. The grounds were kept very clean and they had pretty little fountains on every other corner. Used the laundry facilities which were also clean and only $1.50 for wash and $1.50 for 48 minutes of drying. Two nice dog parks. All the staff we talked to were very friendly. We would definitely stay again. We stayed 3 nights. - Red18
Aug 2017 - $25.00
The park itself was not reflective of the very well made website. The main advertising part of their website was a diner up the road which we visited before hand, and was very good! We had a choice between a gravel lot between long term occupants and a shady area. We opted for the shady area only to find that the shore line wouldn't reach and the water didn't work too well either. There were ants anywhere you stood/sat and no facilities at all! We left after an hour or so when the toilet backed up!
We were given a very warm welcome and the host was helpful with a shore line extension but that is unfortunately the only positive. - Tracy86
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This is a small, gravel, parking lot style campground right off I-40. It is not an RV resort or a state park. Self-serve registration envelope & instructions available at the office. Cash or checks only. No one is there to take a credit card.
There are many permanent residents and some live in older RV's. It is the only campground in Weatherford and the next closest one is in Clinton. We two 60-something seasoned lady travelers found it to be quite satisfactory for an overnight stop.
The perimeter grass was cut, the place was neat with no trash and the sites are level and mostly pull-thru's. There were no security issues. We felt safe. There are no bathrooms or showers, but the available sites all had 30 & 50 amp electric, good tasting, clear water and sewer hook ups. It's just fine for a quick overnight. We would stay again. - DebInIndy
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Thought we would stop by and update the 2010 review on this park. If anything it's worse than it was. The only thing new was the "Tinsey's Old Route 66 RV Park" sign. NO one on site to check-in. NO rate chart. NO registration forms/envelopes. NO effort toward overnighters. NO response on the "if no one is here call.." number. COULD NOT leave even a message. NO call back on a missed call on his phone. He offers nothing to the nostalgic Route 66 traveler. He has a nearly full house of long term residents and apparently that's enough for him. It is not even worth the effort to pull off the Interstate unless you are desperate. - CharlieB
Apr 2017 - $31.00
We made reservations a week in advance. Fifty miles out we called and confirmed we still had a reservation. Upon arrival we were told the person in our site had decided to extend, and our 36' 5th wheel with slides on both sides would not fit in the sites anyhow. Park was full of long term oil workers. - Gypsy4ever
Mar 2016 - $27.00
Check in is at the Best Western lobby. Sites are very close together. Our 20 amp breaker was burned out but the 30 amp worked fine. Concrete pads with cracks. No picnic table. We didn't get to enjoy the hot breakfast but the selection sounded good. You must be self-contained. We would stay here again if driving through the area, as it is easy to get to from I-40. - lstaff
Sep 2013 - $29.00
Because of tight turns, trees, and closeness of other rigs, I would pass on camping here, with the exception of Sites 10-18. Walk the Park before committing!!! No WiFi at sites. - we're rollin
Oct 2018 - $30.00
Scenic place that was very quiet, beautiful stargazing on clear nights. Inspiration Point trail is worth the hike, and the golf course is really fun. - Bob806
Jul 2017 - $22.00
This state park is highlighted by the cold natural springs that flow through the area. This family friendly beauty has something for everyone and is super budget friendly. A well kept golf course, colorful miniature golf, double seat paddle boats, rentals for kayaks and canoes. The large swimming pool has 2 slides, a rock wall for climbing and diving in and a splash pad accessible from outside the pool area. A large lake is great for fishing and boating.
The highlight of this historic park is the natural spring that flow through the entire area. Cold water is a refreshing respite after hiking one of the many trails that wonder through the mountains.
A general store is within walking distance of all the camp sites. Appreciated details are newly renovated bathrooms and showers, friendly park rangers and staff. Sites are everything ranging from tent, partial and full full service. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring and small grill. Find a favorite spot while you are there? Make a reservation on the internet. We will be back! - Suzyrenee
Nov 2016 - $27.00
This park is a "resort" park. We were disappointed in their use of the word "resort". It did have a lodge, restaurant and golf course, but this is a very old park. The lack of signage is really an issue. We had no idea where we were going when we came in and called the park office to make sure we were heading to the campgrounds. The park office is located in the lodge which isn't near the campgrounds. Our site was a FHU with a concrete pad. All utilities worked good. In the campground there was a General Store and miniature golf course but both were closed while we were there. We tried to do some hiking but the trails are not marked at all and there were so many places where the trail took off a different direction that we just turned around and went back. The Xeroxed map of the park and trails was unreadable. We probably wouldn't stay here again. - jacknpeg