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9 RV Parks near Yale, Oklahoma
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Yale. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Yale in the left hand column.
Sep 2014 - $25.00
I am sorry to say we did not stay here. We made reservations, but when we pulled up I was afraid to stay. The place looked like someone's front yard where they parked trailers side by side and lived in them long term. The space they were going to put us, was so tight, I don't think our side had room to come out. Everything looked unkept. I begged my husband to turn around and leave. - Wanda H
Jun 2012 - $24.00
This is the second time we stayed here and will be returning each year we come to Oklahoma. The atmosphere is friendly, quiet and is family-owned. The owners welcome people and treat them like friends. The Wi-Fi is great. The laundry facility is small with only two washers and dryers. The fact that they have storm shelters is definitely a plus for this area of the country. - We3Travel
Apr 2012 - $24.00
When we first pulled up to this place we thought it looked to be a really funky place, not one we would spend a lot of time at. The spaces are pretty tight and kind of oddly organized around the owners' home. They are gravel and there were some pull through sites, lots of permanent residents. The laundry was small but clean. The owners' were busy tiling one of the shower rooms. So, we are thinking "very funky" and weren't really ready to give the place a high rating. When the first night settled in and we began the experience of a HUGE storm with six hrs of continuous thunder & lightening, drenching rain, hail and ferocious winds I will have to say the fact that the park came with two storm shelters negated all of our other impressions. When the sirens went off and we actually had to go into the shelters (after the owners ran around in the rain and dark waking us all up) we were even more impressed and grateful. The other park in town doesn't have shelters. We would definitely return to this park if we are in the area. The shelters made all the difference! - shovelguy
Jul 2010 - $11.00
The park is located north of town one mile. Good place to stay and check out Pawnee Bill's ranch and museum. - glbaker44
Jul 2017 - $71.00
We stayed at F2 a host site because it was available. Very fancy stained concrete pad, with shade tree, and full hook ups. Price includes park admission for 2 adults and 2 children. Any additional guests you must purchase a day admission of $17. Pool with slides, basketball, volleyball, splash pad, and toddler swim area. Wibit play area across from pool in the lake. Pool and Wibit have hours in which you can play. Lots of construction taking place near pool area so I'd expect more things to come. Only reason I gave the park a 7 was due to the train that runs a few feet from the parks entrance. It runs about every hour. The park was quiet with the exception of the train. I plan to return every year. - Mommato8
Jul 2017 - $45.00
We stayed at this campground on Night 2 of a 14 night road trip. We chose this location for the water features that were advertised on the website. We were very disappointed to learn, when we arrived, that the pool and water slides were not completed. If we had known this prior to our arrival, it is possible that we would not have stayed at this campground. We made reservations for this campground in early March. The pool and slide were scheduled to open on Memorial Day. I would have appreciated an email making me aware that the pool and slides were not open due to a construction delay. We were VERY disappointed about this. Our daughter did enjoy the Wiibit Aqua Park, however, the hours were discretionary. On the night of our stay we were told that the Aqua Park closed at 8pm. Later one of the lifeguards said 7:30. However, we were told to vacate the area at 7pm. Because the Aqua Park didn't open until 11 am the next morning, we were unable to enjoy it as we had to get on the road. The campground was very beautiful. There were only a handful of people camping so it was very peaceful and the water was beautiful. Our campsite was mostly flat but not of the sites were. (In fact, we asked to change campsites for one that was flatter and had better car access-- the staff was accommodating.) The restroom facilities were VERY far away. We were overall pleased with the campground but disappointed in the false advertising on the website. - GAaron
Aug 2016 - $47.00
This is an old COE park. Jellystone has recently purchased it and is in the process of fixing it up and putting the Jellystone touches on it. They are working on building 2 waterslides and it said that they were also going to build a ranger station. They did not have either done yet as of August 2016.
I think that the price was high for what they had to offer. It is advertised as a Jellystone and it is, but they do not have the amenities of a Jellystone yet. They have a lake to swim in with a huge inflatable out in it to play on. The kids enjoyed the inflatable "Wibit."
The sites themselves I thought were very big and spacious. We were in A3, and it was huge. Most of the other sites in the area were very big also. The sites offered water and 50 AMP electricity. The bathrooms appeared not to have been updated recently. I think it will come in the near future, but they were not the nicest we had seen. The park does need better signage directing you to sites and areas of the park. - PackerFanRick
Nov 2015 - $15.00
The park is very nice. Our gravel lot was fairly level and the spot had all new amenities (picnic table, grill, lantern hanger, and food prep table). Our spot had a beautiful view of the lake. The playground was small but our little ones enjoyed it. The only drawback was that there are trains that are close by and they run night and day. Also the water hookup was too far for our hose but we made it work. - WhitneyOK
Dec 2010 - $12.00
This is a campground near my home. We actually go there to walk many evenings. We bought a new travel trailer and decided to try it out at this local campground first before taking in on the road. We stayed there in December and got the winter rate. The day we stayed was the day of Mannford's Christmas parade. After the parade, the campground held a chili cook off and had fireworks. This is a nice, peaceful campground located on the shore of Lake Keystone. Most of the sites are shady. They have picnic tables at each spot as well as a grill and fire ring. The roads are paved, and the pads are gravel and level. The people who run the campground are extremely nice and helpful. You can often see herons and ducks fishing along the shore. Occasionally, you can see deer. There is no playground in the camp. The restrooms aren't fancy, but they are clean. They are heated in the winter. There is a railroad near, and you can see the trains going by. The tiny town of Mannford is less than a mile away and has grocery, gas, and fast food like Pizza Hut and Sonic. - Brainstormin
Oct 2009 - $10.00
Directions: From Hwy 51 in town of Mannford, go north at stoplight for apprx 1 mile to New Mannford Ramp sign, turn east at sign and follow road into campground. This used to be a COE park but is now leased to the City of Mannford. It is a small campground that is beautifully maintained by folks who live on the premises year round. Big rig friendly. They accept the COE card so our cost for camping with electric was a reduced $10.00 per night (rather than $18.00). During the winter months, there is no limit on amount of days you can stay at the campground. They will even wrap the closest water faucet to you so you can use it to refill your tank. They have a dump station. The only reason I've given this park a "8" is that there is no playground for kids. If you are wanting a playground and marina, go down the road to the Lake Keystone State Park. But if you are looking for a quiet retreat, this is the place! Even with the trees, there are lots of open spaces where satellite TV will work just fine. AT&T Air Card worked great and AT&T cell coverage was excellent. Favorite sites are #9, 12, 13 and 16. - travelwithus
Oct 2014 - $25.00
Overall the park is huge, however when we called they only take reservations for the Scissortail area which has about 20 sites. The site we were assigned had had water issues, the area was extremely muddy to the point I had mud over the top of sneakers trying to hook water to our trailer. It was continuly leaking underground creating a swamp. Sights were asphalt paved but very narrow. Also they booked a rodeo group in this section with many horses. Will not stay here again. - Gloria S.
Jul 2014 - $20.00
We stayed two nights here. Fairly close to town if necessities needed, our site had no shade, but others did...I "dropped in" on 5 July and got a site, so was not choosy. The person at the office desk was very nice, put us in a nice long pull thru and the stay was very nice. Would stay here again. The lake was almost red from recent rains, but not their fault. Seems to be well maintained overall. - 7 on the road
Jun 2012 - $20.00
We arrived on a Sunday afternoon we were fortunate to get a lakefront spot and were not disappointed that the lake was beautiful. What was unfortunate was the condition of the beachfront in camp and the campsite itself which had trash strewn everywhere from previous campers. Even in our fire ring someone had left there eggshells from a breakfast cooked outdoors. It's amazing the way some people treat such a treasure. - tx1836
Sep 2018 - $22.00
Level FHU over looking the lake. There is a train near by that would bother some. I stayed a week and there was only 3 campers there at any one time. This is my go to when in the area to see relatives. - Edd505
Oct 2017 - $21.00
We stayed in the Lake County loop. The Green County loop is just a ring near the marina, if that's what you're interested in. It was nice and quiet. Distant train noise not bothersome. The bath house had two separate full bathrooms with shower, sink and toilet. Could use better cleaning than it received but not terrible. We got a $1.00/night discount with our Good Sam card. - MSSW
Sep 2017 - $22.00
Stayed 3 nights over a weekend in a 40ft Class A. Picked spot 310 near the marina. Large concrete pad with grill and fire pit. Full hook ups with 50A. Pretty quiet. Good satellite. Really nice. Ranger at store super nice and showed us the Hawk just brought for resuce. - Acroboy
Aug 2018 - $10.00
We are traveling Route 66. This park was recommended by the Sallisaw Tourist Information Service. Very disappointed. Echo other reviews about roads.Worst entry roads I have traveled to get to any park. Called ahead, but recorded message said Park Attendant off Wed & Thurs, would call us back on Friday. We came anyway. There was a list of available sites and honor pay system. Problem was reserved cards were still on the posts from mid-July, making it very difficult to match up printed available sites to ones which appeared to be reserved. Most sites were very uneven. Second COE Park we have stayed at on this trip which seems unkempt. Less than ten other campers here. This COE is really off I-40, so you would really have to be looking for a place for the night in order to come here. - Mike from Bama
Jul 2017 - $10.00
The last five miles driving to this remote COE park are on roads so bad we were surprised nothing fell off. Those with larger motorhomes be aware there is a 12 ton limit bridge on the W151st St access road. There is minimal signage to help you find the park. Perhaps they could replace the one used for shotgun practice. The park is tired and worn, sites are not level and the run down trailer with the vicious chained pit bull right in the middle of everything is more reminiscent of a junk yard than a campground. There are dead trees throughout the park and this place really needs maintenance. But this is a Corps park so there are water views and the price is right. The hookups worked fine and while there is no WiFi the Verizon signal is strong. Despite the bargain we would not stay here again. - Minnie Pearl
Jul 2017 - $10.00
We like to take advantage of COE facilities because of the value, but this park had that "locals only" vibe. Stray pit bull mix confronted us one morning as we were walking our dogs (on leash). The maintenance man is apparently allowed to have a permanent campsite (attached wooden porch) and that site also had a pit bull chained outside with two plastic barrels as shelter. Although our site appeared level, we had to settle for a slight incline to the rear. - muleman1