Nice campground with level concrete slabs and level.The rate is senior rate.We only stayed here cause it's the only on listed for Okmulgee. The road in is narrow and winding up and down hill.You have to go through Okmulgee Lake State park to get here and they have several RV sites that are water and electric. I would have stayed there if I knew. Save some driving on narrow roads. It is a nice park but I would stay in the closer one. We camped at Dripping Springs State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $20.00
We enjoyed this campground very much. The sites were all nicely paved and level. They were good sized and very easy in/out sites. It is rather remote and secluded, so therefore was pretty peaceful. The lake is a bass fishing lake so the boat traffic was minimal. There is a fishing dock and a nice sandy swimming beach/day use area. And there is a nice group RV area. The dump station was conveniently located and easy to access. Okmulgee State Park was only 3 miles away. The scenery here was beautiful and they had some very nice hiking/nature trails. The bathrooms/showers at our camp ground were clean but were really not within walking distance of our campsite. Otherwise our stay here was great!! We will camp here again. We camped at Dripping Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $30.00
Really nice park. We paid a bit more to get a premium site that was on a point overlooking the lake. It was picturesque. We stayed here in early August over a weekend and it was deserted. The manager told us that the schools in the area were already back in session at that time. We were only passing through for 1 night but would definitely come back for a longer stay to take advantage of the lake and marina. Clean, well maintained park. We camped at Dripping Springs State Park in a Motorhome.
This is a Corp of Engineers park that has been in service for several years. Although the park is well maintained, the majority of pads are designed for shorter rigs than my combined length of 53'. It is not particularly convenient to anything but the lake. Regular week days the park is quiet and relaxing. On the weekend tenters and families with children converge and then it can be a little less relaxing. (However the staff and Rangers do keep a good patrol going.) The vast majority of campers at this site are basically local due to its location. Since it is not overly far from home base, we might stay there again for a little get-away location. The dump station is convenient and easy to get in and out of. We camped at Dripping Springs State Park in a Fifth Wheel.