9 Parks near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Mar 2016 - $33.00
Dated facilites. Messy grounds with abandoned limo, rvs, cars, etc scattered about. Pads are slopped and cracked...hard to level the MH. Mostly full-timers with 2-3 vehicles per site. - foxrose
Nov 2015 - $33.00
Was initially disappointed that none of the pull thrus close to the front of the park were available but the back-in site assigned far back in the park had its advantages. Nice concrete pad. Our site was not underneath any trees. Farther from road noise. Water, electric, wifi worked good. No picnic table. No fenced dog park. Dogs picked up quite a few burrs when being walked. A few unleashed dogs in the back of the park. Biggest problem being so far back in the park was that the dumpsters, laundry and rest rooms are all far away in the front of the park. - Markk
Apr 2015 - $30.00
The office people were very nice. It's right next door to Frontier City, close to a Cracker Barrel and right off of I-35. There isn't much grass if you have dogs and goat heads are an issue. Rent wasn't bad compared to other RV parks in the area at $475. - RV is home
Sep 2014 - $25.00
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
Mar 2016 - $32.00
Overpriced. Park in the middle of an industrial area. Construction on Council Rd made it noisy and hard to get to with the snarled traffic.
We picked this one based on a review that said you could not hear the freeway noise. It was very prevalent in our site, which was in the back of the park.
Dont plan on staying here if you want to stay hooked up unless you are a relatively small RV and don't need or want to go anywhere. - Drakelos
Dec 2015 - $32.00
We only stay at this park because it's convenient to visit relatives that live near by. The park is run down and in need of some pepping up. My biggest complaint is that the water hookup is underground and very inconvenient to connect the hose.
Lot spacing is nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is gravel. - gobigred
Oct 2015 - $32.00
We have stayed here two nights on our way West on I-40. The park is easily accessible from the highway and far enough away that there is minimal road noise. The interior roads are all gravel and the sites are also gravel. Our site was level. The interior roads are potholed and need some repair. The restrooms and showers are clean, but need some maintenance. The showers are average size and the changing area is very small. The sites have nice space between them, but the water hookup is below grade in an irrigation box and not easily accessible. We have our own Wi-Fi hot spot, so didn't use the parks. There is Wi-Fi available. The TV channel selection is with antenna, unless you have satellite. You get the regular network channels and PBS. We used the laundry, but it is closed at 6 PM when the office closes, so we had limited time in the late afternoon. I'll have to note that this is the only park we've stayed in that has a storm shelter, and showed us where it was. Then again, this is Oklahoma City and right in the middle of tornado alley! This is the second time we've stayed here, but might consider another park on our next trip. - MikeandDixie
Sep 2015 - $23.00
This RV Park has taken a turn for the worst!!! Stayed here approximately 5 years ago and it was clean and pleasant, now it's one of the nastiest parks I have ever seen. 90% of the park is full of permanent residents, around 1/3rd of them are what could be best described as no income pests. They live in dilapidated trailers and have no problem going door to door asking for handouts. There seems to be no park rules that are enforced, even though they are posted. We stayed reluctantly for a few days and boy what an experience that was. The only hookup that seemed to work well was the 50 amp service, water connection leaked at the valve, sewer line was broke off below ground level and covered with a broken cinder block, dogs tied up outside all day and night some even running loose, feces everywhere. This park has so much potential if someone would just spend a little time and money taking care of the little things. The location is fantastic, a little tight getting in but just minutes from anything Oklahoma City has to offer. I would suggest staying at one of the other RV parks in the area for a better piece of mind (One Scary Place)... - Lone Wolf
Apr 2009 - $23.00
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
Apr 2009 - $23.00
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
Jun 2011 - $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
Dec 2010 - $25.00
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
Oct 2010 - $15.00
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
Apr 2016 - $34.00
Nice park, wide streets, easy pull thru sites, dog friendly, neat and well maintained facilities, and an appealing appearance. Hook ups worked fine. It's a new park, so GPS is not quite up to date with the correct exit, but which ever one is given will easily get you there. Shopping is nearby. Interestingly we left a day early, in a hurry because tornadoes were predicted. They never materialized. - Nance70
Apr 2016 - $40.00
The streets are very wide, the pull-thrus are long and angled for easy access, and the utilities are appropriately placed. There is some mud due to spotty grass on some sites but they are working hard to get it all filled in. When coming from the east on I-40 it can be a little confusing. Exit 138 has been moved so you exit 138/139. The sign saying Exit 138 is missing at this time so it appears that you are taking exit 139. Take exit 139 and follow the Mustang Rd signs. If you miss it, as we did, take exit 137 and go around the block. The turn into the Service Drive is immediately past I-40 and very sharp but doable. The sites are satellite friendly and everything is very clean. They have storm shelters. I did not find the office personnel particularly friendly or helpful but they were efficient. Location is very good. It is a quick fast drive to downtown OKC. - Freedom Bus
Apr 2016 - $40.00
First, as to the matter of the water not working. We had the same problem, but were told they are anti-freeze faucets...pull up on the handle while pulling down on the spigot.
We stayed 7 days and paid $40 for 6 nights and got the 7th free.
This park has good cable and internet. Beautiful club house and office area. Friendly staff. Wide concrete streets and pads with a grassy area separating each site. Nice pool area. There are three storm shelters.
Right on I-40 frontage road so there is road noise, but turning on the fan at night helped mask it at night.
This is a new park convenient to the west end of the Kirkpatrick Turnpike. We were given excellent instructions how to get there. Exit 138, Mustang Road. Head south. Turn right at the frontage road, in front of Braum's, and drive past the three hotels. There is a large sign on Mustang Road and 1 or 2 more as you drive past the hotels. The turn off Mustang Road is greater than 90 degrees.
We will definitely stay there again. - SoonerMom
May 2016 - $32.00
Very nice friendly park with helpful people. East access from freeway and to Oklahoma City sights. There trees were all wiped out by tornado but sites are great just shadeless for now. - Mrs.Picky
May 2016 - $32.00
Great park with good people recovering wonderfully from a terrible tornado a year ago. We stay here every time we are in the area and were so pleased to see the owners are doing such an excellent job of rebuilding. The park has always been well managed, kept clean and well maintained. The tornado took out most of their trees so there is little-to-no shade if that is important to you. Even tho it is close to I-35, I've never had problem with road noise. There is a railroad line in the area (as is true of most of Oklahoma City) that sometimes bothers me enough that I use a sound machine at night. - Mom_of_Two
Dec 2015 - $32.00
We spent two night here while in Oklahoma City. We had a pull-through site, but needed to park our Jeep in front of the coach as the sewer connection was to the rear of the site. Not a problem as we were unhooking toad anyway. At check-in, the owner gave us advice and brochures on OKC attractions. Bathrooms/showers included new countertops, sinks, mirrors, and fresh paint throughout. The owner was telling us the park was hit by a tornado in May 2015. He lost 50+ trees (there are only 2 or 3 remaining), his self-storage business next door, and the motel out front. They had begun adding 50 additional sites before the storm but are now concentrating on the older section of the park. The new section includes a new clubhouse. Park is convenient to I-35. Biggest complaint would be road noise from the expressway and the occasional train whistle. The new section is located down a slight hill and may be a bit quieter when completed. - RagTopDay
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Only spent one night, but was a little noisy because of interstate. Easy access on and off highway, plus several close restaurants. - RLCombs
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Older park nothing special. Indoor pool. Continental breakfast. Has a storm shelter. - Jane-D100
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Convenient location. Downtown is not more than 15 minutes away as long as it's not rush hour. Cable is adequate. Staff was pleasant and helpful. We needed a repair and they had cards for 2 mobile service people as well as full service repair facilities. WiFi was good until we had torrential rain and it was not repaired during the remaining three days of our stay. - tandb62
May 2016 - $44.00
This is a nice clean park located on the northeast side of Oklahoma City, close to I-44 and I-35. Most of the park roads are paved with all concrete sites in the first 3 rows both east and west of the park centrally located office. The outer most rows are largely occupied by long term residents. There is good Verizon and AT&T service, many strong over the air TV stations. Many of the sites would not be acceptable if satellite access is desired due to many trees in the park. Ask before hand if this is needed. The most remarkable feature of this park is a very recently constructed all concrete partially underground storm shelter, a very welcome feature in the tornado prone area. This is our park of first choice when visiting the Oklahoma City area. - Johnson's
May 2016 - $45.00
Very well kept with good concrete pads, patio and picnic table and clean showers, etc. Near cowboy museum and accessible to all of OK City. We would stay here again. - KAZIMIRA
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Stayed here while visiting relatives in the OKC area. Easy to get to, very close to two interstates. That's a blessing and a negative, however. Easy getting in and out to hiways, but a bit noisy. Our site was a nice long pull-thru. Interestingly, had to enter from the main road going by the park. No way into our site once in the park unless you came in backwards. Excellent amenities in the park except for the advertised, but useless Wi-Fi. Although we could connect to any of three repeaters, we couldn't even do simple email; just way too slow. They definitely need to work on that service. Also, strangely we had no picnic table (most others did). Not a big deal this trip because the weather wasn't real cooperative for outdoor dining. I would have rated the park a little higher, but I was trying to do some work while travelling, so really needed the Wi-Fi. Ended up having to use my Verizon Mi-Fi and the associated data usage. We probably will try another park on our next trip to OKC. - boatto5er