We stayed here from October 2014-February 2015. Our monthly rate was $450 for a 30AMP. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful. All the sites are large with long concrete pads. The overnight spots are in the front of the park and are all pull throughs. There are 10 washers and 10 dryers. The office always has change. The laundry and office are open 7 days a week. The roads are wide and easy to maneuver. They spray to get rid of the burrs on the ground which was really nice for my puppy. They take good care of the grass and the roads. They also put insulation on all the water spigots in the winter and help thaw your lines if they happen to freeze. Very easy access to I-35. Love's and Flying J right up the street. The owner gave us a map of the area, directions to Walmart, and recommended some good restaurants. Also recommended a vet for my puppy. I would definitely stay here again if we are in Oklahoma City. - R-Gill513
Came into OKC late and got a warning on our GPS that there was a big accident just south of the city. Decided to camp out vs plow through the traffic. Found "ABEs" with the GPS and called them. Talked to an extremely helpful person who, while they were closed, went ahead and took our reservation and told us to call them when we got to the park for payment. They did warn us that *most* transient spots do not have sewer. (they don't) And that this is about a 99% resident park. Upon arrival we hooked up and found one leg of the 50A circuit dead. Called them and they redirected us to another space. That space we couldn't turn into without hitting the trees. They then read off a list of spaces and said "pick any of these you want and call us back" We found a perfect spot within a few minutes and shut down for the night. There are a couple of fast food places and a loves travel stop within an easy walk. We never did see the owners/managers in person but dealing with them over the telephone was a real pleasure. - User2688
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Very nice, helpful host. Kind enough not to charge us for the kids. A little hidden behind all the gas stations, etc. along the interstate. Surprisingly quiet at the park since it's so close to I-35. Hard to get level, concrete slab had sunk and cracked. Plenty of space for slides. The laundry closed at 4pm so that was useless. Some of the other RV's were older and a few of the residents were on the creepy side. However, there isn't much in the area so we would stay here again if we came to Oklahoma City. - egadrotu
We were turned away from a park less than 2 miles away from this one because it was full. After a long & difficult drive, I searched my Allstays Camping app & we called this place to see if they had spots. Sure! This was far & away the worst RV park we have encountered. It is behind a gas station on an I-35 service road. The concrete was cracked everywhere. Our water spigot was broken but we just used our tank. The only other campers we spotted the day we were there were permanent residents with rusty trailers >25 years old mostly without wheels or even windows in some cases! We felt pretty unsafe. When leaving to go visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, we actually took our computers and left them in our car! But the worst part was that there were probably ten dogs chained to the old trailers & dog poop everywhere. At 5:30 a.m. one of the outside dogs began barking and never quit (we drove out at 8 a.m.). I'm a very positive person but I'm writing this review so others don't make the same mistake. It was very bad! - WinnebagoTraveler
We stayed two nights. Site was level. Roads are gravel with lots of potholes. Manager checked us in and was very friendly and accommodating. We were led to our site. There is plenty of room between next sites. Very noisy park. There is a trucking center and service station just across the road and trucks come and go constantly. To get out of the park you have to wait for a long time as trucks are coming from both directions constantly. Easy access to I-40 once you get out of the park. About 1.5 miles from a Walmart. Didn't see any local grocery stores in the area. We were here two nights and that was plenty. Would be good for a one night stop. Very little airplane noise. Distant train noise. - traveling
Very nice RV park. Gravel main and gravel loop roads with level grass and gravel sites. Large grass areas between each long site and scattered large trees. Park well maintained. Strong passport protected WiFi signal, FHU, good Verizon 4G, Direct satellite and TV antenna signals, cable TV, no pool, no rec center. Easy access off I-40. Staff friendly and helpful. Public park and GS discount. Would stay there again. - Pepper Dan
Site had gravel parking area with a 10-foot grassy area alongside. Very well maintained, very friendly and helpful staff, free ice. About half and half long term and short term campers. Recommend you ask for shaded space. Oklahoma sun is brutal in August. Very easy access to I-40 and OKC attractions. Would gladly stay here again. - westwill3
This is a fine campground for the money. We stayed one night in a motorhome. This is a small park without any frills. No pull thrus. The managers are new, and very nice. You are parked on the gravel and there is some grass. Not much room for a tow car, but you can make do. Last review said the fee was $20. and it is now $23. Denny's is right next door, and we are not far from the City. We would stay here again if for an over nighter. - Bigfoot
This is a small, tight rv park. Not big enough for large rigs. The road going in is full of pot holes but the interior roads are good and paved. There are no children under 16 allowed. The lots have grass and shade. Right next to Denny's. The WiFi is very poor. Weekly rates are $115 including electric and monthly is $350 including electric. The residents are mostly working full timers. I will stay here again. - Capn Kenny and Nancy Sallee
It is a small park, but the lady who tends to it keeps everything clean, mowed, limbs picked up and does not put up with noise or things that would disturb other tenants. It is close to the interstate and on one of the streets in Midwest City that has several restaurants/fast food places. If you want a clean park, with no frills, this is the place for you. - jandhevans
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (405) 702-9791
Sites: 45 | Latest Rate: $30.00 |
Would not recommend for more than one night. The sewer is at the back of pad, will need a long hose. This is mainly a mobile home park and not a nice one. Everyone that came up, including park maintenance man had a beer in hand and told us not to go to end of street due to rowdy residents. maintenance man told us they had gotten rid of most of the druggies living here but still had a few to get rid of. This is also not a good part of town. We left before checking in, will never stay here. - travelinggram
We stayed under Good Sam discount. It's an older park but clean. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Easy on and off Hwy. Sites were gravel pull-thrus w/50 amp good TV reception. Good location to visit the city from. Will stay again. - mcthomps
Two Thumbs up. Short and sweet, this RV park has huge RV spaces in a quiet neighborhood environment with just enough trees. Easy access to the major freeways and shopping. $100 moved me in and after that it was still the best deal in town at $199. Great manager and my neighbors kept there RV space clean. Definitely recommend for long term RV camping. - happytrailz
Park is literally right on the freeway (the name and website picture are deceiving.) Spots are tight and if you are given a wet muddy one like I was, there is no place to step except into the mud (very bad if you have dogs.) Freeway noise is constant and loud. It does not matter what site you are on, you will hear it. The clubhouse is nice but this is not a location I would stay for the amenities. It was fine for a night passing through. There appears to be a lot of long-term residents so the park felt cramped. - PixieStardust
This is a new park with all concrete pads and large concrete streets. Some of the pads have grass between the but others are just red clay, they have not had a chance for grass to grow yet. It had just rained heavy so the sites without grass yet were mud pits. They have a very nice and large social building / office. There are two big negatives to this park, first it is literally on the service road next to I-40, LOTS of interstate noise. The other issue is getting into / out of the service road from the street, it can be a bit cramped if cars are accessing the street from the service road (I had to curb the wheels on the 5er) and a pain with traffic to get back onto the street to get back on I-40. Overall a nice facility, but too many issues for us to visit again. In another location and with better access this would be a great park. - AstroDave
This campground is not officially open yet. The registration/clubhouse is not done, the pool is not done, sod was being laid around the clubhouse the time we were there. Really, the only thing useable were the RV pads. This being said, the concrete slab pull-thru sites were long enough for my 60' of truck and trailer. Water pressure was great, 50 amp power was clean and reliable. The young trees posed no problems to either clearance of RV''s, awnings or satellite dishes. WiFi was superb. At the time of this writing the exit off of I-40 is under massive construction and completely closed. If you are coming from the west you have to go a couple miles east to the next exit, not the turnpike, but Morgan Rd. The rate reflects a discount they are giving to everyone because the park is not finished. If they were fully operational the rate would be the Good Sam discount. Regardless, the close, and I do mean close proximity to I-40 makes this a noisy campground. 38 dollars comes off a little pricy because of this. If you have an aversion to traffic noise, keep on driving until you get to a rural CG. I would stay here again if I just needed a place for the night while on my way to a destination. - jperry29
The staff and fellow campers were very friendly. The restrooms were old but well-maintained. Campground is nothing fancy, but perfectly suitable. Great location for getting around OKC and OU. - Testuda
Older park just off I-35 South of I-40. Easy access to highway. Our site was very low in the front. I had to use blocks under front stabilizers and ended up with front tires about 12" off the ground. Very tight turns and sites.
Registration clerk could not tell me about severe weather conditions in the area.
I told office about our unlevel site. He commented that it was an old RV park and site slabs, which are cracked, cannot be leveled. He did tell us where the tornado shelter was on property. We will not stay here again. - WagginTails
Convenient, clean, well-managed, good wifi.
We stayed there 4 days (visiting family for Thanksgiving) and will definitely stay there the next time we are in the area or even "just passing thru" for the night. Park is very convenient to I-35 but located down a slope/behind other buildings that muffle the highway noise. I did hear the trains that passed thru early in the morning, but I hear those anytime I'm in the area - even inside a house. WiFi was excellent! - Mom_of_Two
Easy park to get to off I-40 in Oklahoma City. Very busy with sites that are close together. Staff was helpful. We paid 35.00 for a pull thru 50 amp site. Park does offer indoor pool, Jacuzzi and bath house. Sites are gravel and level. Good overnight park. All guests were quiet during night hours. We would stay here again as a overnight stop. - Flying Unicorn
The park was ok for our need which was a quick one night stay. One huge problem was the sewer was full/blocked to where sewage sloshed out when we first tried to dump our tank. The person in the office said for us to use another space to dump our tank and they didn't seem too shocked.
Overall the park was utilitarian - ok for a short stay. - Lwbst
This campground was the most disgusting park we have stayed in. You could step anywhere that you didn't step in dog poop. They have never cleaned up or require owner to pick up. Laundry was nasty. - Prissy C
Friendly staff. Clean restrooms and showers. Downsides: Sites were close together, road noise was a little annoying at night. - jmccartie
Wow! Large concrete spots with plenty of space between sites. Facilities were over the top-nice showers, laundry, gameroom, pizza spot, and gift and sundry shop. Everyone was very professional. It is located close to I-44 but the noise was not a problem-made for an easy on/off. Lots of mature trees and grass. For a larger park, you felt as though you had a private space. We only stayed here one night and will definitely recommend to others and come back if/when we are in the area. - The Traveling Tiedemans
We just stayed here one night as we were driving through OKC. The park was beautiful and well maintained. We were assigned site W10, which is a pull-through just inside the entrance. The overall site was sloped but the center of it was level. I’m not sure how long the level portion was, but it was at least 40 feet since our 39 foot fiver fit well within it. There were two sewer connections. We had our rig set up in record time due to the “sweet spot” being level and the proximity of the hookups. In retrospect, I would have positioned the trailer a little further back so that I could park my truck in front. There was room to park a long bed crew cab on one end or the other but not both. The rest rooms were very clean. Both the laundry room and fitness center looked very clean but I just looked in and didn’t actually go in. We didn’t try the Wi-Fi. The location was very convenient just off I-44 and less than a mile from I-35. I did notice some highway noise from I-44 at night. Now for the negatives: The sites were very close together. The picnic table was less than one foot from one of our slide-outs. (We probably could have repositioned the trailer or rotated the table so that the slide-out was not so close.) The fire ring was right next to the wooden picnic table and if we had rotated the table it would have even closer. We would have not have been comfortable with a fire that close to the table. The fire ring was also so close to the camper that it was a tripping hazard after dark. The rules were very restrictive for children. Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult in the restroom. It’s been awhile since our kids were 15 but I don’t think they would be very happy if we told them they couldn’t go to the restroom by themselves. We would definitely stay there again. Rate of $40.05 reflect Good Same Discount. (Same discount is available for AAA members.) - KCTexas