7 RV Parks near Valliant, Oklahoma
May 2010 - $9.00
This was a overnight stop and the site we had was on gravel. They do have concrete sites. We had to use leveling blocks. One of the two bathhouses and showers was just being repaired from recent floods and while they were clean, the showers did not have shower curtains and the dressing areas were not private. The second one was OK and the water was hot. They do have a swimming beach and numerous tent camping sites. - A hitch and a hop
Aug 2009 - $18.00
This is a nice COE campground. Most of the park was closed due to heavy rains earlier in year. However, this meant only 3 other campers in park - to our pleasure. We had the only concrete pad (site A6) and it had a beautiful, large concrete patio. We would stay here again. Very peaceful. - bigbob7777
Oct 2009 - $12.00
This RV park (advertises as being in Sobol,Okla OR Broken Bow which is 30 plus miles away) is in a very remote area-Poor/NON EXISTENT cell access and the wireless promised in the Park's website is mediocre at best. No cable. If you have medical concerns and need ready access to medical care you may want to think twice about staying here. Well water has a strong odor; bring bottled water for drinking/cooking. Sites are not level and set on a slope-Park is clean but offers nothing in the way of amenities. WORST OF ALL is the conduct of management. Petty malicious AND OPEN gossip with other guests about where and how I make my living. That "I am dealing drugs. That I am drunk, I had my trash rummaged through (The owner's answer was to remove my trash barrel), my trailer vandalized and the contents of my vehicle scrutinized. I am a single female traveling on my own. (Keep to myself, don't drink or do drugs) and have just returned from Iraq. All I wanted was some peace and quiet and NOT to be bothered. (The trailer that I have is older but is my home for now). What I GOT WAS HARASSED. NEVER, ever will I return to this park. Would I recommend this place to anyone? ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!! - peppy2
May 2011 - $11.00
I gave this COE park a middling rating but it has some excellent aspects as well as some not so good. We stayed in the Juniper Road camp area. It had level, concrete pads with very nice picnic tables also on concrete pads (superb). The hosts at the gate were hospitable and helpful. The downsides were that the park rangers did not enforce the park rules - people parked their vehicles partially on the one lane roads (very inconvenient) and dogs barked early in the morning as well as often during the day taking away from the experience. The camp areas had grass or gravel pad sites and even narrower roads. All back-in sites. - PapaDG
May 2017 - $30.00
Brand new park. Only 14 sites open with full hookups. Easy in. Restrooms/showers still under construction. Beautiful setting with creek. Between Hochatown and Broken Bow. Close to Beaver's Bend and lake. Owner said eventually will have 50 sites and a general store on site. - Ladyfalcon
Mar 2017 - $22.00
Exceptionally nice state park. When you arrive at the main office, you can either go up the hill to the spillway area or continue down the river to the lower campsites. Going up, there are many unserviced campsites in three sections, half can take a larger rig and some are right on the water for $14. There are 15 non reservable campsites with water and electric. The upper area has paddle boats & canoes for rent, tackle shop, boat launch, easy lake access, miniature train, stables and a lodge. The lower section ends at the old dam that is like a waterfall and very pretty. The lower area has a good restaurant (We loved the fried pie!), nature centre, a museum of forestry, a gift shop and three camping sections Buckthorn, is reservable, Acorn and Cypress are not. Acorn and Buckthorn are all spacious and on the water for $27. There are also five sites specifically designed to accommodate the handicapped above Acorn. Cypress is non reservable, away from he water and has many very narrow turns and all back in sites, When we were there, it was wet and muddy on either side of the narrow roads. We did not get stuck but we saw other longer rigs that did sink right to the jacks because they could not make the tight turns without going off the roads and into the muck. The sites are close together and set at haphazard angles so you don't have much privacy. Our site was, like most, short and we had to unhitch to fit in. $24 but we got $2 off as nonresident seniors. The area below the dam has lots of tempting rocks to climb on and it looks perfect for wading. It isn't. There are sirens that go off to announce water level changes at the dam and they are big changes. A man comes around selling snow cones for $2-3 and they are the best snow cones I have ever had so try one. We might go again if we can get a reservation first and it isn't spring break. The campsite was completely full during our visit. - Judy Birchland
Oct 2016 - $25.00
Beavers Bend State Park is eight miles north of Broken Bow, Oklahoma in the Kiamichi mountains.
It was constructed by the CCC in the 30's. Great hiking and scenery.
The park has four camping loops for RV's all with 30A electric and water. Some sites with great views of the Mountain Fork river. Only Buckeye Loop (B loop) allows site specific reservations.
We were in river front site 12 in Buckeye Loop. - drfife
Oct 2016 - $22.00
Very scenic park, lots of hiking. Swimming available as well. Only negative was the pay showers (25 cents for 3 minutes- I only needed 2 quarters per shower, I'm bald lol). - Bob806
May 2014 - $27.00
Secluded Acres is a campground that is still developing. The sites are gravel or rocky dirt and there are many trees. The four sites nearest the highway are 50 amp pull through and fairly easy for big rigs to enter and exit. The showers/restroom is a modified yard shed - quaint but quite functional. The entrance to Secluded Acres can be easily missed, but watch for the signs for Hochatown BBQ at the front of the park. As mentioned, this is a RV park that is still in development, so it may be rustic now, but there are improvements planned for the future. We will definitely return! - geo-gypsy