16 Parks near Warner, Oklahoma
May 2013 - $30.00
This is just a place along the Interstate that is OK for the night. We pulled to get out of the thunderstorm weather. This is an expensive site just for gravel with water and power. No cable, no nothing. - Traveller101
Sep 2011 - $30.00
For $30 you get power, water and a fair size gravel pull through site near I-40. Been to places like this that charge $15 and we were happy to have a place to park overnight for the price. Will pass this one by next time due to the high price. - chuckinca
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Showed up late on Thursday night and got setup in Deer Run #20. Fairly level site with very little leveling required. It is easy to see why this park has won many awards. You will have little to no AT&T cell service (No complaints here). Very clean park; the only complaint I had was the young park care takers started mowing about the time Friday evening when everyone was starting to sit outside. Electric and water were both very reliable. The Putt Putt golf was a good value at $3, but could use some updates. The pool looked nice, but didn't have a chance to try it out. We will stay again. - Back to the basics
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Cypress Row CR19 - great downhill view of the lake from our front window. Our site was a bit damp from the previous night's rain, but without puddles. We parked on the leaf-covered site, on what might have been a bit of gravel - far from the next sites. Our well-pruned tree-lined site was almost level side to side, but the front of the trailer needed to be lifted - not a concern for us. Other sites appeared more level.
A few people were fishing off the dock, while we took a nice walk around the campground's 3 loops. The camp was quiet, nestled in the high-canopy trees.
As we were setting up camp, the hostess stopped to welcome us. She wouldn't let us stop to pay her, as she promised to stop by later. Having only one night to spend here, we left early, leaving payment at the host's camper door.
My Verizon did not work here - OK by me.
We would return. - AluminumCloud
Aug 2014 - $23.00
Nice park with lots of wild life and trees. Nice level pad with lots of trees. Easy walk to lake. Something for everyone with hiking, Tent camping, boating, and wild life watching. The camp hosts in the RV section were wonderful. Nice family park with children's playground. Cons no WiFi or ATT cell reception and bath house is funky like most state parks. They do have more primitive sites without sewer but there is a community dump station. Nice park friendly people. Would recommend. - Flying Unicorn
Sep 2015 - $45.00
This CG just keeps getting better. They have added numerous RV sites and new cabins. There are plenty of activities for young and old and everyone in between. The fishing is like anywhere else. Some days are great and some not so great, but the river is always enjoyable. The staff is friendly and willing to assist in whatever manner necessary. We have camped here for several and will continue to do so. They have also added an Off-Leash dog park which our dogs just love. The rest of the park is dog friendly, but they really enjoy being able to run free We just wish they could get the county to widen the access road between the highway and the entrance to the park. It can get exciting if you meet another large rig as you enter or exit the park. - cvilleokrv
Jun 2014 - $40.00
Very low hanging tree branches on the county road to the park and within the park kept me from rating higher. Park managers seemed unconcerned about the trees on the county road saying it was not their problem. The park seemed to have quite a few permanent residents, but the place is very clean, with good sized level sites. Lots of family activities. One surprise was the lack of trash receptacles - you had to go to the far end of the park to find one. Aside from the tree branches and lack of trash bins, it was a nice park. - ArkansasTraveler
Nov 2013 - $26.00
Rate reflects the Good Sam discount. This campground continues not to disappoint! We managed to call after hours to get a spot at the last minute and after a returned phone call (10 minutes tops)we had reservations. Lot's of amenities for kids. Staff had exceptional attitudes. Elec worked as supposed to with very stable power. Concrete level parking pad. Lot's of space between sites. This was a great camping experience! We camp here regularly (2x this year). - drw-cpa
Aug 2016 - $25.00
No customer service. Prior to our stay, called three different times and never received a call back. Like most parks, WiFi service can be slow. They do offer to purchase higher speed WiFi, but you guessed it...called the front office and they didn't know how or know anything about it (was on their web site). - Diane M S
Jun 2016 - $5.00
We only stayed one night. We had trouble with one AC so left early next morning to next destination because one wouldn't work. It was a very nice park and I wish we had more time to spend there. Lots were spacious and offered some shade. Site surface was gravel. Campsite and amenities were clean. - Dkkirkland
Jun 2016 - $15.00
This is a member owned and run park. It is in need of some TLC. I think as the members age and the park ages it is a lot to keep up with. We used our Coast To Coast points to stay here for $10 a night plus $4.50 for 50 amp. It was Memorial Day weekend and lots of sites were full. There were a lot of activities. Lunch and breakfast, plus a street dance with a live band. Quiet hours were observed and the park was quiet and pleasant. The people were all very friendly. There were volunteer security patrols. All in all a very nice park. Some sites are a little unlevel but we had no problem in a pull-through site. The pull-throughs are for overnight stays but since we had a longer rig and toad they gave us a pull-through. - houseonwheels
Aug 2016 - $30.00
We were here overnight in a motorhome. The park is basic but the staff was extremely friendly. We were allowed to take our dogs off leash and let them run in the open area in front of the sites. The site was level and there were trees throughout the campground. - Marley B Jones
Aug 2016 - $20.00
The park is about a 1/2 mile off the highway so we could hear traffic constantly. When you arrive here, there is a sign telling you to find a site and they will come and check you in later. Once we were set up, a few of the permanent residences came over to welcome us to their park. Not much to do here as there are no amenities. Don't think we would return here. - Fun finders
Jun 2016 - $14.00
The service was indeed excellent. We arrived a bit frazzled after driving in the rain and occasionally heavy traffic all day. The host was right there to meet us and showed us our site. We took care of the registration a bit later, which was a nice touch. This is a small, family owned park, and it feels like it. The facilities are a bit basic if you are looking for a resort; it feels more like you are staying in someone's back yard - if that someone happens to have 16 full hookup sites, about half of them pull through. For me, this is a positive. The only down side at all was the wifi was intermittent and it was slow when it worked. But at least I didn't have to pay extra for it, and I had a good Verizon connection when I needed that. So, overall, a nice little park if you want to enjoy some of the recreation in this area. - MFTDoc
Jul 2016 - $20.00
Campground on a peninsula overlooking Lake Tenkiller. Easy access to water. Sites are basic with water and electric. Some sites share water spigots. Fully tree lined asphalt access road and sites. Sites level with hookups correctly laid out for back-in parking. Strayhorn Marina close by as well as swimming beach, boat ramp for campers use, and no real strict parking so can have your boat or jet ski up near the RV. Restrooms with no a/c, but clean. Campground gate closes nightly 10:00 PM for security. Online reservation is the easiest way to secure a site. Reserved and first come sites available. No dog park. - drw-cpa
Apr 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here in the off season, but it was still relatively crowded. They have a nice split of reservable and non-reservable sites, but in the summer I don't know if I would take the chance of driving in without a reservation. The non-reservable sites probably have better lake views (especially sunrise/sunset views, but some of them share water so be aware of that. The park was well mowed and as clean as can be expected for a lake campground (in our experience, many lake campers and boaters in this area are not great at cleaning up after themselves). We stayed at site 6 which was perfectly level and had a little shade but not much privacy. Tenkiller Lake is less muddy and red than a lot of Oklahoma lakes and there is quite a bit to do in the area. As always in Oklahoma, watch out for ticks! We will stay again, for sure. - wulfleton
Aug 2015 - $18.00
Had reserved for Chicken Creek but got wrong directions off internet, so ended up at Tenkiller. At Tenkiller wanted to stay in water/electric only for one night. Ended up at Fox Squirrel Camp when couldn't find working electric and nearby water in that camp and got stung by wasp when lifting electric hookup box cover!! Fox Squirrel site was excellent with a grill and table and nearby clean restroom! - Ann_Dave
Oct 2013 - $23.00
Stayed 2 nights in Shady Grove campsite within the State Park towards the back of the Park property and up a hill. Polite and helpful registration staff. Narrow asphalt drive into the campground with level concrete pads at each site requiring nothing unusual for set up. Campsite only had 30 amp service, while we needed 50 amp, and was no where to be found. Utilities worked as expected. Very shady campground. A fairly long drive back to the entrance and other services. Was just an OK experience. - drw-cpa
Jun 2010 - $20.00
We stayed in the newer edition at the Flying Squirrel campground. Shade was sparse and water hydrants were even sparser and bathrooms in that sector were nonexistent. Our section was right next to the the highway. There was a store and a nightclub across the highway from the park. It was sort of like camping near the "strip" in your home town without any noticeable gunfire. This is not a good place just to go camping. - Kittum
Apr 2016 - $11.00
50,30 & 20amp Electric good, Sewer is a dump on the way out. Water @ 60 psi. Wi-Fi not available. AT&T Cell Phone Good 4bars. AT&T Air Card very good. Verizon 4G LTE Air Card good. Cable not available but can get Over the Air fairly good. Site #22 is outstanding. Very wide, exceptionally long and lots of room between sites. Roads to the park are good. Interior roads look bad but are asphalt and cracked but not rough. The new Restroom near the play ground is outstanding. However the older ones are pretty sad. Laundry not available. DirecTV Satellite is accessible depending how your dish is used. Most are good if your dish is on a tripod but if on the roof may be a problem depending on your site. Discount available for Golden Age and America the Beautiful for 50%. Payment by credit card online is good. About the park. A lot of it was damaged by the recent floods. The 30amp sites are mainly older sites. Water is shared between sites and is way far away so have a lot of water hose. Sites range from very small to good in length, a little small in width for the 30amp and be careful when pulling into the site. The sites that were damaged have been upgraded to 50,30,20 Amp and are asphalt with a large pad and patio. These are very good and most are now Walk in. Get one of these if you can if you have a large RV. I would absolutely stay here again especially if I can get one of the newer 50amp sites. - TXBobcat
Apr 2014 - $9.00
A faded beauty. The June 2013 review is exactly on target. I would add that on our loop the asphalt pads are crumbling so that we had to have one side of our rig on the dirt. Leveling could be a problem. Our site, E-18, a pull-through, required a very, very tight turn for our 32 ft trailer. I should have backed into the pull-through! We would come back but it is not up to the normal COE high standards. - rncordy
Jun 2013 - $9.00
Wednesday, June 12 - Eufaula Lake – Belle Starr Campground, Corps of Engineers, Eufaula, OK. The reviews have always been good for this campground, and I love the COE campgrounds, but I can see where the funding is just not there anymore. There are 115 sites with electric and some of them 50 amp and many have water hookups. The site we had was right on the lake but small with no water hookups. There was another site right to the left of us, and if any RV came in we would have been blocked from getting out but it did not happen. This is one of the biggest lakes in OK, and very windy, and it looks like it has the red clay underneath it. The nicest sites are the pull-throughs right next to the water sites C22-32, but those are first come. Reservations can be made for some of the sites. Tables to cut up your fish were at every site since this is a big fishing lake. Bath houses were not that clean, but it was in the late afternoon when we checked them out on a very hot day in the high 90’s. We followed the directions, but we missed a small sign to get to the park so it took longer to get there off of Interstate 40 than we planned. Nice park, but I don’t know if we would return since there are also 8 other COE campgrounds around this lake and some state parks. It only costs us $9 with a pass for the site. - gsnakehill
Sep 2016 - $39.00
What a cute, clean and fun RV park on Lake Eufaula in Oklahoma. Spent Labor Day 2016 here and made a last minute reservation. Betty at the front desk was fantastic and most helpful. They have a whole section for people with horses and horse trailers as well. Its 10 minutes to the nearest WalMart and town. The sites are large, cement and spaced nicely between each other. Very, Very nice park, would definitely stay here again if in the area. Great dog park, two side by side, one for big dogs and one for little ones. - Okstatefanz
Aug 2016 - $35.00
The park has very level cement pads, good water pressure and great southern exposure. Excellent management and very friendly staff. - sfaunt
May 2016 - $35.00
Too late I remembered why I passed this place by last year. Way too much noise from 69, and a train track close enough to disturb the silence.
Inside the park, I have been listening to car alarms, barking dogs, screaming kids, stereos and so far four fools blasting past my rig exiting the park.
The roads were one continuous pothole. The sites were concrete, the utilities were positioned just fine and the cable was horrible. 18 lousy channels. The dump has a swimming pool and a meeting room.
One more thing, there's a bar right next to this dump that made noise until 2AM.
This morning while trying to unhook, I stepped in dog crap. - Author
Mar 2014 - $20.00
It is exactly as represented. It is a FHU parking space with more than the usual amount of grass. Nothing more, nothing less, but at $20 (the price written on the door) it is more than you might expect. The owner is friendly and yes, the receipt is local map. It is quiet and level and everything works. It is right on the main drag, I will stop here again if we come this way. - Matt_C
Aug 2011 - $20.00
Even though there are no facilities other than full hook-ups, I like this place. (No bathrooms, laundry, etc., I mean) It is right in town, but has the feel of being out in the country. Lots of full-time residents, but the overnight spots are in the back and very accessible. The owner is very friendly. He just pockets the fee, writes you out a receipt on a local map and points you to an open spot. Sites are level and all pull-throughs, I think. BBQ place next door is good, too! - bmcwms
Jul 2011 - $20.00
Just a basic place to stay overnight - water, electric and sewage, nothing else. - reccarey