6 Parks near Kingfisher, Oklahoma
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
Aug 2016 - $1.00
This is a first come first served. There is no charge for full hookups. Casino is across the parking lot. Back in only. Great value. - TT543
May 2015 - $1.00
We stayed here for 3 nights on our trip from Las Vegas to the East Coast. The FREE camping utilities (50amp FHU) worked great, we had a pretty view out of our front window, a clear shot of the sky for satellite, great Verizon cell service, security watching over us, $10 vouchers for slot play, free soft drinks and a restaurant on site. We will definitely stay here again if in the area......highly recommend! - henny38
Nov 2016 - $20.00
This is a great City Park. There are no reservations, and the honor system of paying. We were in a pull-thru, FHU site. All utilities worked well. The sites are a little unlevel but not bad. There is a lake, golf course, ATV course, RC airstrip and picnic areas. It is about 3/4 mile from I-40 so there is some road noise, but otherwise a very quiet park. There are 3 camping areas, one with FHU, one with W/E, and also primitive camping. The prices are $20/$15/$5 respectively. - jacknpeg
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Passing through Oklahoma to NM and stopped for the night in El Reno... Ended up being two nights as the city owned RV park was VERY nice! Great little lake, spacious pull-through, full hook up sites and not crowded at all. We didn't use the facilities but the building looked clean and well made (others were using them though).
Large fields around the lake when our two dogs ran like the dickens chasing the sun... We didn't check in, payment is on the honor system, fill out an envelope with receipt and deposit $$ in the lock box. There are two sides to the park, sites 1-20 were water & electric only, 21-50, water-elec-sewer. The sites are grassy-gravel, level with no picnic table or fire ring (people have gathered rocks, dug a hole and made their own. Trash cans at each site.
Really, really nice & quiet gem of an RV park. Will most definitely make a point to come back! - Aus10
Sep 2016 - $15.00
My wife and I were travelling to Missouri and got tired driving so we looked for a place to stay. We saw the camping symbol on I-40 so followed the signs to Lake El Reno RV Park. We were delighted with the clean level gravel sites. We put a check for $15.00 in the envelope, the receipt on the windshield, and proceeded to take a walk by the lake. I was so impressed with the campsite that my wife and I decided to stay at the same campground on the way back from Missouri. We had a 30 foot class C with a toad and there was plenty of room at the site. - Fecampbe
Sep 2016 - $15.00
Very nice City operated campground with gravel roads with level grass sites. Grass areas between each site, no trees, table at each site but no fire pit. Walk to lake. Separate tent camping area and separate fhu area. Park well maintained. Site 1 - 20 w & e only and no restrooms or showers. No wi-fi signal, good verizon 4G, direct satellite and tv antenna signals. No cable tv, no pool and no office. Pay on the honor system drop box. 15 miles west of OK city and 2 miles from freeway, fast foods and w-mart. Would stay there again. - Pepper Dan
May 2016 - $15.00
This is a great campground for a one night on I40. The park belongs to the City of El Reno and is a great bargain. Water & electricity is $15 and full hook ups for $20. No internet or cable but many antenna channels from OK city. Payment is the honor system, place your money in an envelope and place in the slot by the driveway entrance. Did not use any facilities. You are in a city park with lake, golf and play grounds near by. It is located just a few miles from town. Great Campground for the road. - GoneRVn
Dec 2015 - $15.00
Nice city park with a lake. Overall in good repair. They are working on storm cleanup that caused a lot of tree damage. Level space on grass in east campground with electric and water. East campground spaces are a little tight, the west had full hookup and looked like bigger spaces. 30+ OTA TV stations and 3 bars on Verizon MiFi. Even 3 bars on Sprint 4G!
Lots of room to walk the dog around the lake, with plenty of geese and ducks. Enjoyed my stay and would return. - SlowGoin
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
Jun 2013 - $28.00
The park is pretty tight, mostly concrete. Wi-Fi is in the motel, but with a good antenna you can pick it up in the park. A lot of workers were there for a month or more. Full free hot breakfast everyday. Super friendly staff. Showers and laundry cleaned daily. If in the area we would stay there again. - flnomad
Dec 2016 - $18.00
This park was just an overnight stop for us. We selected it based on location along our route and the Passport America discount. There are a small number of pull-through sites available for overnighters.
Not much has changed since our stop last year, still mostly dirt interior with very small narrow concrete pads. Park is mostly full-time residents living in a variety of abodes.
This campground is several miles out of town so stock up on what you need before you head out here. - Nautical Wheelers
Nov 2016 - $18.00
We just spent the night here, on our way to Texas. The officer person was friendly, efficient, and we were able to get checked in rather quickly. Found the site was fairly level, with a concrete pad, for the RV, and the hookups were easy to locate and easy to connect to. We were able to get TV channels from the antenna and satellite. The wi-fi was good, as was the AT&T cell service. All the sites and RVs we saw were clean and looked well maintained. - Bbtj
Nov 2016 - $16.00
Long pull thru, some road noise but not bad. The concrete pad was quite narrow. To be on it 100% you need a spotter. - mrracechaser