5 RV Parks near McAlester, Oklahoma
May 2011 - $20.00
Located up a steep hill on a narrow road. Only sight of life was a pit bull dog behind a glass door with a sign, "Beware of Dog". We looked around and nobody came to help us so we left. We found it in the Oklahoma tourist book. It is at the same exit as the Crowder Family Campground but off to the west. Looked like everyone was a permanent resident. - junkmale56
Sep 2016 - $29.00
Nice clean quite park. Good rate. Very nice staff. And a great stopping point if you're traveling 69hwy through Oklahoma. - NewOwner
Jul 2016 - $25.00
After reading other reviews we went ahead to took a chance on this park. Much to my surprise it was in very good condition. The roads are in good shape not deeply rutted as other reviews state. The sites are a bit un level but everything was in good working condition. Nice and quiet the whole 3 days that we were there. Staff very friendly and helpful. Best RV park by far that we have stayed in on our trip through Oklahoma!! - ftimetravler
May 2016 - $30.00
Probably the worst campground we've ever stayed at. Their pull-through sites are a joke, extreme ruts and so un-level I didn't want to unhook from the truck because it would be too difficult to hook back up. Trains coming by, 1-2 per hour all night long. The lady that checked us in was nice enough, but didn't have a clue when dealing with the RV park. We could have gotten a discount but she couldn't find her discount sheet. The electric hook-ups were confusing, the people next to us were hooked up to our service. We are normally not to hard to please, but this place is a disaster. Boon-docking would have been a much wiser choice. - mfcros
Sep 2016 - $12.00
We my wife and I stayed a month, here and are planning to go back for a month or six months.
The campsites are well kept, water is good and they have 20, 30, and 50 AMP Power we also had sewer.
All sites do not have sewer but if you stay a week or more they will pump your Black Water for you at no additional charge. There is abundant deer and wildlife for the viewing. Fishing is great. - rivers0270
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Spent a week here, parked next to Lake Eufaula with 50 amp service, good water, great AT&T Internet/phone, Tulsa tv stations on the air. Owner helped us get to our site, pick it out and even offered to take me to town when my truck axle broke (causing us to be here a week). This used to be a COE campground, but the current owner is making improvements. Very quiet - almost no road noise and you can barely hear the train a mile away (not one train has blown a horn/whistle). We have a large toy hauler and it fit perfectly. Owner comes by weekly (more often if you need him to) and drains your black tank (at no extra charge) and they encourage you to dump gray water out on the grass. - Don Self
Aug 2013 - $23.00
We stayed here for 1 night passing through. The lake is beautiful but we will not stay here again due to the lack of restroom facilities. The restrooms did not have doors on the stalls in the women's and were very dirty. Had to walk around several large spider webs just to get in door and also had many dirt dabber nests inside the stalls. The restroom lights were not able to be turned on in the early morning hours so a flashlight was the only light. If you camp in one of the lakefront sites the restrooms are about a 10-15 minute walk with no outdoor lights between. If you intend to use the campgrounds restrooms do not stay here, it is downright scary! - User3145
Apr 2017 - $25.00
We stayed in the Turkey Flats section of the park. Sites are modern, very spacious and immaculate. Pads in this section of the park are concrete and mostly level. Half of the sites have sewer hookups, there is a dump station at another campground in the park. There is lake access to Lake Eufala via a path from the campground. Both pull-throughs and back in sites are available. Campground is easy access to 69. Although there were a few long term campers in the campground, there were no signs of neglect nor accumulation of stuff around individual campers. The campground roads were well maintained and easy to navigate. This campground is in a nice park with equestrian facilities, hiking trails, a golf course and a marina. The surrounding region is quite rural, but there is fuel and a small store nearby. Nearest full service town in McAlester about 20 miles away. - NJTroy
Mar 2017 - $20.00
This park is easily accessible from US 69. Park roads are well maintained as is the park in general. All campsites were concrete pads, and while not level, they were wide and spacious. Leveling was not a problem for us. Each site had a picnic table, fire ring, bar-b-q pit, and pole to hang a lantern; all located on the concrete pad. The spacing between sites was generous. All spaces had 30/50 amp and were full hook ups and all utilities were in excellent condition. This part of Oklahoma is very pretty and Lake Eufaula is enormous in size. Bradford Pear trees were plentiful in the campgrounds and while we enjoyed the pretty blossoms, I am told many people are allergic to them. We stayed at this park for 3 nights and enjoyed walking the roads. The trails were open but It rain and we did not want to tromp through mud. This is an Equestrian park with campgrounds for that purpose as well as stables and horseback riding available. There is also a golf course and airstrip on the property. - the Fishers
Sep 2016 - $24.00
I stayed in the Turkey Flat campground. Its was renovated a few years ago and is still in very good shape. One thing I found bit confusing was their numbering scheme. Sites with the same amenities are consecutively numbered, i.e.: 10 & 11 both have full hookups. Consecutive does not, however, mean adjacent. 10 & 11 are at opposite ends of the campground.
I don't want to be too critical of the office staff. They are friendly and try to be helpful but they seem to be a little confused about their reservation system. I've been here twice and there were questions about my reservation both times. Things were quickly straightened out but it would be a good idea to bring your receipt if you reserved and paid ahead of your arrival.
Satellite should work fine on most, but not all, sites in Turkey Flat. Other areas are more heavily wooded. - ljr
Nov 2016 - $25.00
I will definitely return! Lots to see including the overlooks and the cave and the lake area!golf carts for rent which was great! Campsites are a little tight but overall it's really good! Awesome views! - OklahomaCamper
Jul 2016 - $24.00
We have stayed in the past and really enjoy the privacy and the woods vibe this park gives. We pulled a toad this time and stayed in a pull thru and we enjoyed this better than a back in. There is a area in front of the office that you can unhook your toad and hook back up when leaving, the pump out loop is tight and roads could be tight for large units. We could tell there has been a cut back on maintenance there were branches hanging over into the roads that scratched our coach. We got chiggers and we found ticks on us so spray yourself if you take the pups for a walk, its very woodsy. - Davidsons
Nov 2015 - $22.00
The Park has 3 lakes and numerous hiking trails with many rock formations among the beautiful east Oklahoma forest. The Park requires a fishing licence within the park, a $5.00 fee to use the dump station, and a timer for the newer shower. The older, poorly maintained showers were free. The hiking trails around Robbers Cave were poorly marked and it would be easy to end up wandering around the area. During the summer months, the Park has a swimming pool, play ground, and other family based entertainment. - Jim Butler