4 RV Parks near Idabel, Oklahoma
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Idabel. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Idabel in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Very nice and clean place to stay. The people that run this place are very friendly. They are still in progress of adding more to this place. We would definitely stay again. - Johnnyo5
Sep 2017 - $35.00
We stayed for 3 nights in a 43ft MH. Plenty of room for the coach and toad. Full Hook Ups & Big Rig Friendly, Picnic Tables and Fire Rings. , Trees behind sites to offer shade, no tree problems entering park or sites. Easy in and out. Park is New and Bath House Under Construction. Only a mile North of Broken Bow making it easy for supplies in town and close to the Lake and St Park. Very Nice Owners Onsite during our visit. Will Return. - 2010 43 AB
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Easy on and off US 259 (North or South bound), but watch for the white, Creekside signs on the West side. Park is on one of the few long, straight stretches of 259. Roads and sites are wide gravel and level. Utilities are up to spec, altho water pressure is a little high. There are no facilities or wifi, yet, but it's in the works. That's why my value rating is so low. Staff is nice and it was easy to register. It's only a few minutes away from Broken Bow. Camp was quiet, but not well lit. Right now it is a good stopover camp, but that is changing. - duster340
Jun 2017 - $27.00
Lovely State Park in far south east Oklahoma. It is a little confusing getting around, so if you can get a map online before you go, it would help you get around. There are 4 RV campgrounds here, Buckhorn (reservable) Acorn, Cypress and Fern. Fern is on a different section of the river and the only area that you can get into the water. This is where we stayed. Campground was very far spaced apart, even for a state park. Tall trees kept the sun and heat at bay, the cool river was awesome to jump in after a hike. The previous inhabitants of our site left it kind of dumpy, but not horrible. The bath/shower house was clean, however, they are OLD. Water pressure was intermittent in the showers. Lots of hiking trails and wildlife, a herd of deer wandered throughout the campground the entire time we were here, coming as close as 5-10 feet sometimes! - fullfamily6
Mar 2017 - $22.00
Exceptionally nice state park. When you arrive at the main office, you can either go up the hill to the spillway area or continue down the river to the lower campsites. Going up, there are many unserviced campsites in three sections, half can take a larger rig and some are right on the water for $14. There are 15 non reservable campsites with water and electric. The upper area has paddle boats & canoes for rent, tackle shop, boat launch, easy lake access, miniature train, stables and a lodge. The lower section ends at the old dam that is like a waterfall and very pretty. The lower area has a good restaurant (We loved the fried pie!), nature centre, a museum of forestry, a gift shop and three camping sections Buckthorn, is reservable, Acorn and Cypress are not. Acorn and Buckthorn are all spacious and on the water for $27. There are also five sites specifically designed to accommodate the handicapped above Acorn. Cypress is non reservable, away from he water and has many very narrow turns and all back in sites, When we were there, it was wet and muddy on either side of the narrow roads. We did not get stuck but we saw other longer rigs that did sink right to the jacks because they could not make the tight turns without going off the roads and into the muck. The sites are close together and set at haphazard angles so you don't have much privacy. Our site was, like most, short and we had to unhitch to fit in. $24 but we got $2 off as nonresident seniors. The area below the dam has lots of tempting rocks to climb on and it looks perfect for wading. It isn't. There are sirens that go off to announce water level changes at the dam and they are big changes. A man comes around selling snow cones for $2-3 and they are the best snow cones I have ever had so try one. We might go again if we can get a reservation first and it isn't spring break. The campsite was completely full during our visit. - Judy Birchland
Oct 2016 - $25.00
Beavers Bend State Park is eight miles north of Broken Bow, Oklahoma in the Kiamichi mountains.
It was constructed by the CCC in the 30's. Great hiking and scenery.
The park has four camping loops for RV's all with 30A electric and water. Some sites with great views of the Mountain Fork river. Only Buckeye Loop (B loop) allows site specific reservations.
We were in river front site 12 in Buckeye Loop. - drfife
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Great park really enjoyed our stay . We would recommend this park to anyone. We plan to come back. - Tiny Town
May 2014 - $27.00
Secluded Acres is a campground that is still developing. The sites are gravel or rocky dirt and there are many trees. The four sites nearest the highway are 50 amp pull through and fairly easy for big rigs to enter and exit. The showers/restroom is a modified yard shed - quaint but quite functional. The entrance to Secluded Acres can be easily missed, but watch for the signs for Hochatown BBQ at the front of the park. As mentioned, this is a RV park that is still in development, so it may be rustic now, but there are improvements planned for the future. We will definitely return! - geo-gypsy