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7 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
Mar 2018 - $15.00
Close to 69 highway, but signage makes it difficult to find entrance. Park was clean, with gravel roads and sites. Close to train track with frequent loud trains. Also close to airport with planes that cause interruption in TV signal. Inexpensive with Passport and Adequate for an overnight stay, but would have been willing to pay a little more for less noise. - wheelen jv
Oct 2017 - $15.00
This is a really bare-bones park but adequate for an overnight stay. The park is on a small hillside but our site was fairly level asphalt, although rather short. The roads are gravel and some are badly washed out but we had no trouble getting around. There is a barn and pasture right behind the park and I have never heard cows making so much noise. I have been around farms and cattle my entire life and can't believe how the cows were almost screaming all night long. There also was a train track fairly close by so, if you are bothered by noise, give it a pass. There are very few campgrounds in this area, the price is certainly right, and the lady at the front desk was friendly and helpful but I think if we are ever in the area again, we'll go on north closer to I-40 to find a place to stay. - SandyA
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 2017 - $20.00
Fantastic place. We had water front spot and my 8 yr old spent his whole time fishing and skipping rocks. Beautiful with plenty of space. We didn't feel crowded. Loved our experience and highly recommend it! - Holly C
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
Mar 2018 - $23.00
This review is for Turkey Flat Campground. Paved interior roads, and paved, level, spacious sites with concrete patios. We even had a full-hookup site. This is one of the nicest State Parks we've camped in, with large trees and neatly mowed grass. One morning we saw 8 or 9 wild turkeys. I'd give this campground a "9" except there are no lake views, and the dirt trail to the lake is about 1/4-mile and rough. The showers were clean, but unisex, coin-operated. We would stay here again. - FranM
Nov 2017 - $25.00
Very few campers here in late November. Not much privacy between sites (no foliage) but since park was nearly empty, it felt private. Beautiful area with deer, coyotes in the distance, and several species of birds. Well maintained and very clean bathrooms.
This was our second stay here, and we'll always stop on our way to Arizona in the future. Park was recently renovated so everything is new. Site was paved and fairly level, with very slight downslope. The only downside was no free showers: they were coin operated. Overall, an excellent experience. - Odysseer
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
Jul 2017 - $25.00
The reservation ladies were very nice & helpful. Not all vacancies are listed on line, call reservations desk. One dumpster bin had trash all around it where the garbage truck missed dumping. Tree limbs close to the camping roads and in individual sites need trimming, especially Old Circle loop. - 66 Mustang
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