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8 RV Parks near Westville, Oklahoma
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Westville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Westville in the left hand column.
Jun 2017 - $35.00
This is a part of the Super 8 motel, located very close to almost any shopping needs. We found fairly level gravel sites. Full hook ups in fairly trashy sites. Must acquire a key for a $10 deposit from the motel front office to use the laundry or shower room. Very good wifi. A good close in park, if a little too pricey at $35 a night.
The Motel amenities: breakfast or ice, is not available to RV travelers. - Train Fan
Apr 2008 - $15.00
Stayed here 2 weeks and 2 days. Easy in and out with a HDT and 35 ft trailer. The campground is located right next to the Super 8 Motel and that is where the office is also. They will not take reservations for a campsite. Interior roads are paved or gravel and have lots of pot holes. The sites are gravel/grass. Pull throughs are 55 ft long. Back ins are smaller. The farther you are away from the highway, the quieter it will be. There is train tracks a mile away can sometimes hear a train horn. The Wi-Fi is free. I was glad we had a self-contained RV since the restrooms and showers needed some cleaning. But still liked it here was quiet and best of all: NO CAMPFIRES!!!! - Tallboy
Aug 2018 - $22.00
Nice clean and quiet park. Several close hiking trails that we enjoyed. We liked site 20, but 21 and 22 would have been a little more private. - The_RV_CIO
May 2018 - $20.00
Very nice place to camp. Very good spacing between campsites. Level concrete pads with good electric and water hook ups. No sewer connections are available with any of the camp sites. Had to use the dump station on the way out which got a bit crowded. We had good OTA TV reception and AT&T wireless and data service was fine. Close to Siloam Springs, John Brown University, Cherokee Casino, and restaurants and shopping. We will definitely stay here again. - Sigohigo
Oct 2017 - $22.00
A very nice state park. We wanted to stay two nights but they were booked up. Bath house was dated but very clean. Nice hiking trails. Apparently WiFi is available at the visitor center. My only complaint was the placement of our fire pit. It was on a slope. - MSSW
Nov 2012 - $22.00
Not too bad of a spot to just stay the night. Not that easy to get to. While late November might be the off season, the bathrooms were a disaster. The only saving grace was that it did have hot water. - AndrewPM
Aug 2012 - $22.00
Before I give my review, it should be noted that there is a bridge with a weight limit of 13 tons that has to be crossed before reaching the park. There are no signs to warn you about the weight limit prior to reaching the bridge. So, some of the larger diesel pushers may not want to venture to this park. We stayed at this park for one night, but would have stayed longer if we were not on a schedule. I believe we were the only transients the night we stayed, but there were several sites that appeared to be occupied full-time. We didn't make use of any of the facilities, but I did notice there was a laundry room. There is no on-site manager, so you select your site and pay by putting money in an envelope and dropping it in a slotted box by the laundry room. The highway is close, but we didn't notice any traffic sounds since we had our air conditioners running. If you're just passing through and don't want to unhook your tow vehicle, there are four long pull-through sites with 50 amp service close to the entrance. There are other 50 amp sites as well. The park has both back-ins and pull-throughs. It's a no frills park, was quiet when we were here, but quite pleasant and definitely off the beaten path. Except for a few hundred yards of gravel road just before the entrance, the road leading to the park has been paved. - Guinness
Jun 2012 - $17.00
Nice place, has some treed spots, some pull throughs. Paved and level. Be sure to follow directions on web site as that way you will avoid a bridge with 8 foot clearance. Wi-Fi is our only complaint: slow to nonexistent, but it did improve on our last day. Had some problem with the rig, the owner recommended McGaughs in Springdale for repairs. They were very helpful and accommodating. Were here a week and would stay again. - runamuka
May 2018 - $20.00
This park is mainly Mobile homes. But as they go, he turns those lots into RV lots. The park is clean and well maintained. All of the sites are large back ins with a large concrete patio. Each site has 2 parking spaces in front of your camper. TV - good over the air reception AT&T - good signal Verizon- good signal Great proximity to a lot of things. The only negative thing is that the city water pressure there is about 45psi. The manager/owner of the park is very kind, friendly and helpful. He is constantly updating the park. I would not hesitate to stay there again. - rynosback
Aug 2018 - $30.00
This park is just south of town and easy to find. The space we were assigned was level and easy to access. The park was clean, the spaces were wide, it was adjacent to a mowed, open field. Everything worked as expected. We were just there for an overnight and it was great. No picnic tables or other conveniences, but that was fine for us. - ArkansasTraveler
Apr 2018 - $34.00
This park is bare bones open field with full hook up sitesclustered in a semi circle, easy in and out but very little else the choices in the area are very limited and there is nothing wrong with it just a little high for what you get - Bruce and Janette
Mar 2018 - $29.00
Called ahead of time as I was told to do. Told to pick up registration paperwork at the office and given a site number. Got there and unable to find the site (even with the help of other campers). Called the contact again and he asked me if we stopped by the office. I told him no as we weren't sure where the office was. He told me that was "my mistake"....should have stopped by the office first to get check in paperwork and the reference map. My husband checked and the map was taped to a table. No one there for check in....just envelopes with "registration card". Site was on broken up asphalt and unlevel. This looked like a parking lot converted into an RV park....no amenities.
When you have never been here before the management assumes you know the "process" and how to get around. No one in the office to guide you or give directions. No amenities. The only thing that separates this from a Walmart parking lot is the hookups, which we probably could have done without for one night had we known. - Warsawcathy
Jul 2018 - $38.00
Beautiful park in a great setting. Nice sites and areas for activities. Great shaded sites, large yards, easy roads. No cell service and inconsistent WiFi are the biggest cons. Strange thing about certain Arkansas parks... No swimming! Big bummer but still enjoyed it. - Lookinforeden
Sep 2017 - $35.00
The facility was very clean and very ample for the vehicle and tow vehicle. There was a large concrete pad, water, sewer, and electric. The park however was in a black hole and about 15 miles from the interstate on a double lane road that was quite tight. No wifi and cell provided for some issues but the stay was cozy. - Sean_Michelle
Jul 2017 - $32.00
We stayed 3 nights and I was looking forward to Devil's Den based on a neighbor's previous stay. The visitors center parking lot is small so I would suggest dropping off a large camper before checking in. When we arrived at our site, it was fairly short and I could not park my truck with the camper. We enjoyed and hiked on a few of the trails but I was a bit set back by some general lack of up keep of the place. The laundry room A/C was broken, no sidewalk at the entire complex looked like it had ever been cleaned, screws were sticking up on walking bridges, the water upstream of the dam was shallow and stagnant, siding was rotting off some of the buildings, etc... The state is adding some new cabins and remodeling the store/cafe (closed since a 2015 fire) but the rest of the facility could really use some attention to make this a place I would visit again. - Iraqvet05
May 2018 - $30.00
Pricy for just a pull through 50a FHU site in a basic overnight campground. There were several long term RVs there in various conditions. One leg of AC power was 110v but never fell enough to have our EMS shut down power. The water supply leaked and maintenance came by to repair it. There's not many CGs to choose from in the area. Staff was nice. Our rooftop dish worked well as did the Verizon cell hotspot. It rained all night but we had no trouble getting out with our 2 wheel drive truck. - big greg
Jul 2017 - $26.00
They are just a place to park your RV. They don't have any facilities. That being said, the site we stayed in was perfectly level. It had full hookups and 50 amp service. We had plenty of room for both slide-outs, and plenty of room for our 25 foot trailer and pickup. all sites are pull-through. They have planted trees but most are still small. We did have shade at our site. The sites are grass and gravel. That was nice for our dog. We have stayed there twice and will stay there again when we go that way. - jphillips
Apr 2016 - $25.00
No longer accept Passport America, but gave us last year's rate. Pros: Very basic park, but convenient to Tahlequah, especially Cherokee Heritage Center. All pull through sites. Clean, helpful staff at gas station, grass nicely mowed and some shade, but still need some trimming.
Cons: No WiFi, no cable, no picnic tables - absolutely basic. - BandD
Mar 2017 - $20.00
This state park is on a high peninsula sticking out into the lake. The park has a few shade trees but it is more exposed than not. We arrived in on a day that hit 92F and we baked. The wind was high and our trailer rocked and rolled with the blasts. There were wild fires south and west of us and the smoke was very thick so we didn't go out much. Overall it is a rather standard state park with spaces somewhat closer than I would like. There are some sites with sewer, and since we wanted to do laundry we took one, but they are immediately adjacent to the dump site which meant stink and a lot of traffic. One thing we did really enjoy was there was a spring eruption of migrating birds so we got to see a huge variety of birds in large flocks including northern flickers, woodpeckers, jays, chickadees, juncos, starlings, blackbirds, nuthatches and several other species. We stopped here to be close to the Cherokee Heritage Centre which is 15 miles away. We thoroughly enjoyed the Heritage Centre and the coincidence of the spring migration but otherwise there was nothing special or noteworthy about the park. Regarding service basically there is none. This is a "self serve" park. You arrive and there is no one there, no information at the gate and no directions on what to do. You find a site you like without a "reserved sign" on it and then you park. There are no additional services like firewood. Eventually the very nice and well informed ranger will find you so you can pay him. The ranger knew every local site and had lots of tips. - Judy Birchland
May 2016 - $24.00
When we arrived, we could not find anyone to help us. All areas were closed except one, which had poor camping pads, water connections 20 feet away, uneven, and very close together. We decided to leave the same day. In my judgment, this CG is a disaster. - Jim Butler
Mar 2014 - $14.00
This is a typical state operated park, clean and well maintained with plenty of room at each site. The campground is surrounded on three sides with water and the views are great. Fire rings, grills, and picnic tables at most sites. Friendly and helpful staff. - Dave Cole