Not sure it qualifies as a resort but this was a very nice campground. Friendly owner escorted us to our site and helped us park. Very easy access to and in the park with our 40'+ BigRig RV. No pull-thru's but very wide drives make the park and sites easy to negotiate. Gravel drive and sites / pads. Clean, neat, and well kept park and the price was reasonable. Cell service via AT&T and an iPad on Verizon and both received solid LTE signal. We would stay again. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
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Park is right across the road from the Chickasaw Cultural Center and a few miles from Sulphur and Chickasaw NRA main areas.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $27.00
Price reflects weekly rate. All sites are back-in, gravel, with a strip of grass between sites. The interior road is well maintained and wide. There are not many trees in the area where RV's park. Each site has a nice picnic table and fire grate. There is plenty of room for slides and awnings, and the sites are long enough to park a tow vehicle in front of the motor home. All grassy areas are neatly mowed and trimmed, and there is a storm shelter on site. All utilities worked well during our stay. Wifi was occasionally slow, but I'm not sure that this an issue with the park. We did not check out the bathroom/shower areas, so can't comment on that. The park was very quiet during our stay, even through a holiday weekend. Stores, restaurants, and the Chickasaw Cultural Center are nearby. Our Verizon phones did not work in this area; however, AT&T did. We enjoyed our stay at this park, and will certainly choose it again when we visit this area. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Motorhome.
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Chickasaw Cultural Center is a very worthwhile attraction. Exhibition halls are well-lit and nicely arranged. There is a traditional/living village exhibit which includes exhibition stomp dancing.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $30.00
We used this park for a mini rally with friends we tailgate with during foot ball season. The park has new owners and they seem to be trying hard to please as much as they are able. There are lots of full time residents but the owners were able to get most of our group together. We were originally put into a site where we did not have enough sewer hose to fit. Staff was able to move us to another site. All the sites are back-in, but there is plenty of room between sites. Campground is one loop that is easily negotiated. There is a meeting room with tables and benches. We did not use any of the other amenities. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Motorhome.
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Chickasaw Cultural Center is just across the road. Flower Bluff Mansion restaurant in town was a delightful place for dinner.
A nice park; needed 30 ft of sewer hose. Water pressure very high. Brand new owners last week. Very nice young couple but they know nothing about RVing. En route within a hour of arrival lady was freaking out getting my credit card info. Many labor Parker's and leave the trailer here months at a time. No pull thrus. No trash pickup. I'd stay again but I would be hesitant due to the inxperience.. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed this park. Nicely landscaped, the pool was clean, and the scenery was nice. We liked the storm shelter! The office staff was courteous and there is good recreation in the area. We will definitely return. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $24.00
Above rate reflects weekly rate. Very nice, peaceful park. No pull throughs, but the streets and most sites are quite spacious with grass, tables, and grills. Sites are nicely graveled and very close to level. We tend to avoid places with "resort" in their name, but this appeared to be a resort in name only as it was not over-priced as many are. The free Wi-Fi was worthless to us as in spite of being only 3 sites from the office, we were able to connect to a weak, slow, and unreliable signal only once or twice during the week. Our Verizon broadband worked well. We would gladly return here. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $8.00
I was here one year on business. A very pleasant and quiet park. Everyone was friendly. The park owners and maintenance man were very helpful in everyway. If I had a problem with my camper the maintenance man would be there in a drop of a hat and at anytime. The pool was always clean and inviting. Any unruly patrons were not there very long and I so appreciated it. I am female and my job requires me to travel 100% of the time. Not once did I ever feel unsafe. I would recommend this park to any one. I have read they are unfair when it comes to pool rules, REALLY? The rule is if you have kids they cannot swim alone. Whomever rents a spot needs to be with the guests at the pool. Thats understandable! You are also near 3 or more lakes. Arbuckle Lake 4 miles, Lake McMurray 30 minute drive, and Lake Texoma, 1 hour away. I went to all of them. I will be back even to stop in and say hello! I loved it! We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $8.00
We stayed a month in this campground ($220 + electricity) and everything worked just fine. The water pressure was excellent. We were on the upper tier with 50amp; the slanted, gravel sites are level with plenty of room to back in and to park your extra vehicle. The hook-ups are towards the back of the site. The owners were friendly and there is plenty to do in the area. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Wonderful clean and and well planned park. Easy access from road and throughout the park. Very clean and well maintained park. The roads in the park were very wide. Good water pressure and Wi-Fi was fine . We could use our Dish Network and Verizon phone. Would stay here again, but not much to do in area. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $8.00
We stayed in this campground for the months of November & December. The owners left for the winter but the assistant managers took good care of everything. The campground was about one-fourth filled with most of these sites occupied by people who worked in the area. This made for a quiet campground which we really enjoyed. There was no traffic or train noise. On the upper level, there is a generous amount of space to back into the sites and the sites have good space in-between. When it rained, some of the sites on the lower level, had pools of water. Local propane businesses only deliver to the park if you are going to take 100 gallons or more. The WI-FI was excellent for most of our stay; during the last week the service was intermittent. You can recycle cans and plastic at the Chickasaw NRA. The rate does not include what we paid for electricity. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2009 - $25.00
Nice spacious park with level gravel sites, all back-in's, but angled well for easy entry. Park is well-maintained, with the best Wi-Fi we've seen in a private RV park. Owners just converted an old goat pen into an enclosed dog run; another nice touch was the bag dispensers and trash cans for dog waste placed throughout the park. Two private catch/release fish ponds with some decent fish in them. Large community room available for group events. Park is very quiet, despite being only 1 mile from town. Chickasaw National Recreation Area is only a couple miles away, with great fishing areas, and miles of well-maintained hiking trails. Small pool which was still closed for winter. We camped at Arbuckle RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.