Park was clean and well-maintained. Staff very friendly and helpful. This park is mostly long-term/permanent, but there is a section of pull-through sites for short-term stays. Full hook-ups + basic cable. All services worked well. This is not a vacation resort, but is a great value if you have plans to be away from your site all day (business/event/site-seeing). A good location for just about anywhere in Tulsa or Owasso. It is near the airport, but truthfully, the airplanes were not anywhere near as noisy or as frequent as the thunder the weekend we stayed. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $26.00
This park is full of workers, but is kept quite neat and most rigs are in reasonably good condition. We felt safe and comfortable. Very quiet except for a little highway noise. Many sites are quite tight, but we were escorted around to pick what we thought would be ok for our length, satellite, etc. This is definitely not a "destination park", but is just fine for visiting Tulsa and Route 66 attractions. Easy highway access, reasonably good internet. We would stay here again. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
The price is $31 a night and our price includes a family of 5, so we were charged extra for the kids. This is a large campground and has many long term residents. They provided us a pull-through spot, by having us pull through an open lot. We stayed on a gravel paved lot that had some grass as well. There were wood picnic benches at some lots. The cable, water, and sewer were very easy to access. The lots are separated by a fence partition that is half a foot off of the ground and half the length of the sites. The campground had some large trees but none where we were. The park was old but nice, my kids certainly didn't mind, it was not under shade trees so we had to visit it early in the hot July days! The showers are located in the laundry/recreational room. They are well maintained and comfortable. There was a pool table and a PacMan game. The office is next to the laundry/recreational room. The staff was very friendly and each morning provided coffee and donuts. I had read this was a bad part of town and had worried a little about that, even my sister-in-law (who lives in Tulsa) verbalized concern, but we had no issues at all. We stayed for 2 nights. I would go back. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $31.00
The rate cited is with a Good Sam discount. This park would not be a destination resort. Mostly permanents with a handful of spaces for overnighters. That being said we were very comfortable and close to our daughter. Cable, water, electric, sewer all worked well. We will stay here again on our next visit. Nice laundry facilities. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $30.00
Although we were told this was in a "bad" part of town, we felt perfectly safe here. As others have stated, the sites are rather close together. However, most have a privacy divider between the sites and there is a lovely greenbelt with abundant picnic tables behind the sites--very parklike. Just lovely. We had Tulsa-area acquaintances meet us here and they were pleasantly surprised. We would definitely stay again if in the area. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $31.00
This is an old mobile home park that they just cleared the trailers out and cut the spaces in half, the pull thrus will have paved parking the next will have just grass. The water hookup are sunk into the ground at varying heights and can be very awkward. They have carved some of the older trees in to nice sculpture . Probably over 1/2 the spaces are permanent sites I probably would go back again, but only because of lack of any decent place to stay in Tulsa We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $31.00
I stayed here for 2 nights. The staff are very friendly and helpful, easy to get too. I had a pull-through lot. Tight spots, it looks like they doubled the lots to get more campers in so they lost space for each camper. It was pretty quiet, but once in awhile you would hear jets flying by but that didn't bother me. Wish they had a pool as the weather was over 100. The water pressure was very good. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a clean, well run, nicely maintained park. It's near downtown Tulsa, but amazingly easy to access from the highway. There are many trailers and 5th wheels on the property, obviously long-term renters of space, but they have, what appears to be, a good number of sites available for those on the move, as we are. Downside, the spaces are narrow, making the fences between sites an important feature. The spaces are gravel with grass. But, for a large park in the middle of a large city, it is a place we would return if need arose. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $31.00
While Mingo is not a 'resort', it is a park with a lot more going for it than some of these reviews say. Yes, there are a lot of full-timers here, but their trailers appeared to be in good repair and roadworthy, so it doesn't detract from the park. Unlike other parks in the Tulsa area, you are not mixed in with Mobile Homes, and the neighbors are friendly and quiet. The concrete in some pads was cracked up, and ours was no exception, but it never impacted us (looked like a bad pour and age rather than neglect). We rolled in after 11P on a Sunday. The person we spoke to when we called earlier that day said she'd leave an information packet for us (they didn't). We called the contact number by the office door and the lady who answered came right up. She was happy to see us (despite the hour) and quickly checked us in. She provided a park map, area guide and WiFi info. She even piloted us to our spot so we could 'pull thru' another spot into ours (the spots are all back-in). We didn't have a "privacy fence" by our space, but we were pretty tightly packed in. That never mattered to us as we spent most of our time out with family and friends in town. There are railroad tracks a mile away, but we barely heard the whistles when we were there. The Tulsa International Airport is a few miles away, but there are very few night flights and aircraft rarely fly overhead. Neither planes, trains nor our neighbors autos woke us up. Water pressure is good, although Tulsa has slightly hard water. Radio & TV reception is great, and cable TV is available. There are trees in the park, but many campers we saw had their dishes out, so they do not disrupt service. The park has a small propane tank on site, so you do not need to go offsite to fill your tanks. The hookups are easy to reach, although the water is not on a riser but in a 'flower pot', buried below the frost line, so we had to use two short hoses to put our filter in line. WiFi is provided through Tengo, so it is throttled at 1Mbps. Passwords are available from the office, and we got one for each of our laptops. Service on our AT&T, Sprint & T-Mo cells was flawless. My AT&T card had 4G LTE service, and a neighbor said that VZW did as well. T-Mo supposedly does, but we didn't have a way of testing it. Sprint currently is building out their LTE network, but only 1/3 of Tulsa was lit up. There is no Clear (WiMAX) service. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $24.00
LOT'S of full-timers here. We got in late and office was closed. No information packets available and nobody met us even though I called to say we were coming. Fortunately one of the full-timers told us we could go find a spot and pay in the morning. The office staff was friendly, but some of the spaces looked pretty rough. The "privacy fences" between the lots provide no privacy and make the spaces feel small. We will probably try to stay in the Oklahoma City area instead of Tulsa next time through. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
The staff was incredible! We are new to RVing and they were extremely helpful. One of the staff members even came into our coach to show us some of the aspects of our entertainment center that we weren't sure how to use. The site didn't have a lot of extra outdoor space, but we were just there for the night so it didn't matter to us. We would stay again while passing through OK. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Motorhome.
I made this reservation several months ago and the rate quoted was what was charged. It is a nice, clean park. The office staff is very friendly and the owner was on-site when we checked in. The streets are all paved and in good condition. The grass was all very nicely mowed and landscaping was nice. One nice touch is they have several carvings in trees and totem poles. We had a 20 foot tree on our site that had bears, raccoons, and an eagle and nest carved. Lots of interesting pictures. We only stayed one night but will put this one on our list should we pass through again. Only one negative. There were several campers parked that appeared to be long term that were in disrepair. Other than that, would highly recommend. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Very clean park. Sites are really tight. The saving factor is there is a privacy fence between the sites. Escort to site and explanation of hookups was nice. We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $28.00
A really nice, well-organized campground with good, helpful, friendly staff. We were here during a tornado threat, and they made sure to let us know exactly what to do if the siren sounded. They also led us to the site and helped with the water hook-up, which was different from the kind we are used to. Every morning there was free coffee and doughnuts in the office, and on Saturday night they had a hamburger cookout and drew tickets for $100 bill give-aways. We would definitely stay here again! We camped at Mingo RV Park in a Travel Trailer.