5 Parks near Seminole, Oklahoma
Mar 2015 - $21.00
The drives are large gravel stones making it rough driving. The cement pads are long with a patio and was able to hold the whole unit. It is close to the expressway so there is a definite noise level you can not ignore. This was an overnight stop for us. Did not like them making a copy of Drivers license at registration. I do not think we would stop here again. - MINomad
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Good place for an overnight or short stay. Close to the highway so really convenient of quick in and out. Nice store close by with really good beef for sale that is locally produced. Owners could stand to work at better upkeep and trash pick up at this park; it really is decent and very convenient. We would definitely stay again, and the park has nice long pull-through sites. - Largeandy
Jun 2012 - $30.00
24 hour Travel Center on the grounds with restaurant and large touch free restrooms. Grass area at each camp site with cement pad where we put chairs under canopy. Met friends there and they stayed in rental cabins. Easy to find and close to museums in Seminole or Shawnee. Friendly staff in store and very helpful. Would stay there if coming through this area again. - KateH
Aug 2016 - $20.00
We cross country every year on I-40. This is our favorite stop! Easy, convenient and delicious! First, we refill at Loves Truck Stop, buy the "best" ham for sandwiches tomorrow (plus plenty for week or so) at Robertsons, then order dinner to go from the Roundup! When we are parked, go back to restaurant and pick up dinners to die for, and give them our space number. Just doesn't get better. With their overnight fee, can't see how a camp discount could be given!
We always hookup sewer and water so we use our own facilities, have not needed their bath houses, but the park is kept very well. Just a perfect stop! - Ibahand
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Roads in camping area were tight for our 40' Class A towing. Pads were concrete but narrow. It had rained a LOT and it was muddy so we did not really get out of the RV. Wi-Fi did not work for us. OK for an overnight. Close to 40. We are vegan; the restaurant had nothing we could eat, but we did not expect it to have anything. Walmart is 8 miles away.
You pick a site and then tell the lady in the Cafe which site you have. If it is empty it is up for grabs. All the sites are pull-through but we had to disconnect to get through the tight turns.
Price includes tax and there are no discounts. - BorntoCruise
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Good place for an overnight convenient to I-40. Register at restaurant next to campground. Our space was a bit challenging to get into because of the concrete pad with high edges which needed to be avoided. Other spaces would have been difficult because of trees. Good wifi and over-air TV. Road noise not a problem. Very good value for $20. Will stay again if in the area. - all4pets
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We stayed here 10 nights during our RV club's convention. Our site was fairly level with good utilities. No cable but on-air TV was adequate. Space between sites was grass and the road running through the park was hard pack dirt/gravel which made it dusty. Did not use park WiFi so cannot comment. It was our observation that some areas of the park were more level than others. This is a great spot for a convention as the Expo hall is fairly modern and the staff very helpful. Nearby grocery shopping, dining and there are washers and dryers at every comfort station
throughout the park. We would stay here again, convention or not. - Nevadatripin
Oct 2014 - $20.00
We were there for a rally. We had about 100 50 amp coaches and that will put a drain on any system but they handled it fine. The facility was great. The wifi did not really work though. The Abby and museum down the road was great too. The only thing is you needed an extension to reach the sewer and it was up hill a bit. I would stay here again. - John S.
Mar 2014 - $20.00
Well worth the money. Sites were level and we had no issues. Would stay here again on our next trip to Shawnee. - Tomandgloria
Oct 2014 - $10.00
This is a small campground with only 10 sites. Only 2 of the sites have 50A (1 & 2, of which 1 is handicap). The sites are a little strange in that services are not always on the right side of the rig and some sites have water and electric on one side and sewer on the other. All sites have a sheltered picnic table but often it is, again, on the wrong side of the site. All sites are pull through but you have to decide beforehand which site you want and which way around you want to be. The camp is particularly set up for the horse trails that surround it so there are horse corrals behind the sites. This does tend to attract flies unfortunately as otherwise it is a nice campground. Likely to be heavily used on weekends by the horsey set so you may wish to reserve a site if you plan on being there on a weekend. - KiwiRVer
Apr 2016 - $50.00
We're on our way east and were planning on stopping at a Walmart overnight when we saw this casino and decided to give it a try. We figured it would be $10-$15/night for what it is. Wife went to check in and was told it was $50/night!! The shock must have been obvious on her face....the customer service lady was very nice and asked how long we'd be staying....just one night, so she comp'd us the cost! Nice location, not many campers here, level sites and big rig friendly. Water and electric only, but dump station available. The RV parking is right behind truck parking, so it is loud with all the engines running. Lots of dog doo round, so watch where you step! Still, better than most Walmarts we've been in. Worth a stop if you can get free or comp'd camping, no way for $50. - Jerry and Betsy
Apr 2014 - $50.00
Have stayed at this park 3-4 times. Since I have a players card for the Casino it was free. Now that the Hotel is opened, it is $50.00 a night and they have not done any improvements to the park. I don't mind paying for a site, but this was very high for what you get. Needless to say, I will not be stopping here again. - RJ&KJ
Apr 2014 - $50.00
I had read that camping at this casino was $25 per night but could be free with their club card. I got a club card and went to check in. To park in their RV lot is $50/night now. It doesn't matter if you have a club card. Seems like their policies changed in the past couple of months. We left and went down the road to a Walmart instead. - Jdawg