4 Parks near Wilburton, Oklahoma
Jul 2016 - $24.00
We have stayed in the past and really enjoy the privacy and the woods vibe this park gives. We pulled a toad this time and stayed in a pull thru and we enjoyed this better than a back in. There is a area in front of the office that you can unhook your toad and hook back up when leaving, the pump out loop is tight and roads could be tight for large units. We could tell there has been a cut back on maintenance there were branches hanging over into the roads that scratched our coach. We got chiggers and we found ticks on us so spray yourself if you take the pups for a walk, its very woodsy. - Davidsons
Nov 2015 - $22.00
The Park has 3 lakes and numerous hiking trails with many rock formations among the beautiful east Oklahoma forest. The Park requires a fishing licence within the park, a $5.00 fee to use the dump station, and a timer for the newer shower. The older, poorly maintained showers were free. The hiking trails around Robbers Cave were poorly marked and it would be easy to end up wandering around the area. During the summer months, the Park has a swimming pool, play ground, and other family based entertainment. - Jim Butler
Sep 2014 - $23.00
Beautiful State Park lots of trees hiking and semi easy hike to nature center and Carlton lake. You do have to cross Hwy to get to lake. We stayed in the back circle part past ranger station with small store. Huge camp sites with cement pads. Semi private sites really enjoyed this park. Cons for us no cell reception ATT or WiFi. Would recommend this park. Hint: drive past ranger station and stay in old circle area where it is very quite and much more private. Great park! - Flying Unicorn
Apr 2014 - $9.00
Nicely maintained and scenic campground located on Sardis Lake. The camp sites do require some leveling. Restrooms are dated but clean. Potato Hills offers a very relaxing atmosphere with great views. The campground seems peaceful with your fellow campers relaxing or doing some serious fishing. Also, the park is close to other attractions including the Talimena Drive, one of Oklahoma's best road trips. We will return. - OldeJohn
Jun 2006 - $15.00
Sardis Lake (Corps of Engineer Park) The campground was very well kept, the Bathrooms were a little dated but clean. The view over the lake with the mountains as a backdrop was gorgeous, especially at sunset. The nearest Walmart is 50mi away, but in Clayton (5mi) there is a Dollar Store and fairly large Supermarket/Deli-Cafe/Hardware Store/Fuel Station called the Country Store. The sites are gravel with some sites sharing water (will need 100'hose). 90% of the campsites are waterfront on Sardis Lake. We stayed here for 6 days and this girl that cannot be this far from a Walmart survived and didn't want to leave. The park rangers were very nice and helpful. Robbers Cave State Park is about 30mi. Very peaceful, shaded and quiet park... Very good for an R&R Stay... Will return very soon... - GrammyCheese
May 2016 - $18.00
This is a small but delightful state park in SE Oklahoma. There are only 10 RV sites, but numerous tent sites as well. One of the two days we spent there, we had the park to ourselves. The site was concrete (as was the picnic table) and very level. No septic, but water and power were fine. Dump station was good, but no hose. There was a firepit/grill too. On our site (#4) the picnic table and firepit/grill were on the "wrong" side because the "right" side had uneven ground, but we were fine with it. Sites weren't close together so even if someone had been next to us, it wouldn't have impacted our opinion. In the center of the RV loop is a single men's and separate single women's bathroom/shower with lockable door. A bit further away (but still close; this IS a small park!) was another bathroom/shower, but the showers just had a curtain. Fairly clean overall, though I prefer wearing shower shoes in almost every case. There was a nice trail leading straight out of the park that was lovely; 4 miles to a old military road, or 8 miles to 'Deadman's Gap'. We just did 1 mile in and 1 mile back, and that was quite nice. No WiFi, but Verizon signal was okay; didn't try the TV, but it is a fairly isolated area. There was a very nice playground there for kids. The hosts were extremely nice, and stopped to chat for a while. There are also ATV and mountain bike trails very nearby. The area is quite beautiful! - RobtL
Sep 2016 - $24.00
I stayed in the Turkey Flat campground. Its was renovated a few years ago and is still in very good shape. One thing I found bit confusing was their numbering scheme. Sites with the same amenities are consecutively numbered, i.e.: 10 & 11 both have full hookups. Consecutive does not, however, mean adjacent. 10 & 11 are at opposite ends of the campground.
I don't want to be too critical of the office staff. They are friendly and try to be helpful but they seem to be a little confused about their reservation system. I've been here twice and there were questions about my reservation both times. Things were quickly straightened out but it would be a good idea to bring your receipt if you reserved and paid ahead of your arrival.
Satellite should work fine on most, but not all, sites in Turkey Flat. Other areas are more heavily wooded. - ljr
Jul 2016 - $24.00
Very nice RV park... cement pads very clean and restrooms and showers are very clean as well . Arrowhead State Park Golf course is a very good golf course close to RV park if you have a toad. Also the RV park is within walking distance to fishing.
Overall a great place to stay. - NormB
May 2016 - $24.00
We stayed in the Lake Loop Section which is not nearly as nice as Turkey Run. Due to RV issues we arrived a day late, but had called and notified them. At 5:00 on Friday afternoon our site was full of heavy machinery and downed tree branches. This despite having a reserved sign on the post. We just moved to a non-reserved site as the office couldn't reach maintenance. Lot spacing was nearby with some shade. Site surfaces were asphalt and featured a fire ring, picnic table and patio. - MThome