Date of Stay: October, 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. We camped at Heart Of Oklahoma Expo Center in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $22.00
Nightly rate reflects our rally rate plus a few nights. Electric is only 30a but it worked quite well for running dual ac on our Winnebago. The campground can get muddy in rainy weather, but otherwise is quite decent. A paved bicycle/walking trail runs from the Expo Center around the airport ...well used and quite handy. Access can be confusing, but once you know the route it is easily accessible from the highway and a great place to spend some peaceful nights! We camped at Heart Of Oklahoma Expo Center in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for the Fleetwood Motorhome Rally, June 25 through 29. We arrived two days before the rally started, so the price I posted is what I paid for those two days. The Rally information offered 50 amp electrical service. I’m glad we arrived early, what was advertised as 50 amp was really either two 30 amp receptacles or a 30 amp and a 20 amp receptacle. Neither was adequate for power during the daytime, the temperatures were consistently over 100 ° with high humidity. Double plugging doesn’t mean a full 50 amps available in the coach. There were a limited number of these sites available. All the sections have gravel roads and pads with a nice distance between sites. The section we stayed in was pull though sites that also had sewer and water. The rally staff told me the Expo center has plans to upgrade to 50 amp service. We probably will not stay here again there are nicer parks closer to Oklahoma City. We camped at Heart Of Oklahoma Expo Center in a Motorhome.
Campground is nice - well spaced and quiet. Had to stop 2 times for directions (was within a mile). Used address given in GPS - did not work. Found Expo Center easily enough, but no signs for campgrounds or office. No one was in office either that afternoon or next morning. Could find no way to pay anything! We camped at Heart Of Oklahoma Expo Center in a Motorhome.
Rained during our stay and the full hook up area turned into a pond and mud hole. If it is raining stay up front and live with electric only. OK for an over night stay. We camped at Heart Of Oklahoma Expo Center in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $17.00
This is an update on my last post from Oct 2008. There is a tree at the end of the loop to be watched out for. I went around that loop and when I got to my end destination I had hit something on the roof and did some damage. A small hole in the rubber roof and took out two skylight covers. We camped at Heart Of Oklahoma Expo Center in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2008 - $15.00
This is a huge campground. It is mainly for groups and events such as rodeos etc. If no event is going on they will let you stay. Some sites are level and some aren't. 30 amps only. It is about 10 miles off I-40 but close to town. We needed to be close to town so we stayed here. We camped at Heart Of Oklahoma Expo Center in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2008 - $17.00
284 full-hookup sites, 456 water & electric. We were with a group that was meeting on the grounds. As stated by others, sites are mostly level. Most are back-ins though there are several pull-throughs also. Roads are dirt/gravel, sites are mostly grass. We spent a pleasant week here, and enjoyed riding the asphalt walking/bicycling trail that passes through the grounds. It make a loop of approximately 6 - 7 miles around part of the airport next door to the Expo grounds. We camped at Heart Of Oklahoma Expo Center in a Motorhome.