This is a very adequate park. Gravel sites on the top of an Ozark hill. The staff was helpful and courteous. It was near the end of the season so only one of the two bath houses were open. Wi fi was marginal at our location. It is hard to find a flat spot in the hills so the sites were very close to each other. Have not seen the others in the area but this is more of a parking lot for motorhomes than a true camping experience. Good access.
Very nice park in the tall pines of east Texas. The feeling of a church camp in the woods. Plenty of fun for kids with swimming and fishing. Looks like the Tyler area fills it up on summer weekends. 40 ft. rig and a tow car fit just fine - superior to the state park up the road with regard to to big rigs. Nice folks at the front desk. You cannot have it all - 20 miles from the good restaurants in Tyler. Home and Garden TV home on Lake Tyler was a joke. Nice town but growing fast.
This is a city park that is actually 20 miles from the city of Lawton. Located in the Wichita Mountains - this looks more like New Mexico than Oklahoma. In the summer it is full much of the time - best bet is Sun. evening through about Thursday. Unfortunately the ciy of Lawton will allow you to reserve a site with a "tent" so you will see several 2x3 ft. tents in the RV slots during the week. If you are cruising down I-44 in the fall or winter this is really a very nice stop about 8 miles west of the interstate at the Medicine Park exit. The Wichita Mt. Wildlife Refuge is great as are the museums at Ft. Sill and Lawton. This park is best experienced in a self contained unit not requiring the bath facilities.
I agree that this park has much to offer in the Tulsa area. It is right across the river (just west) of downtown and very close to ORU and the new Oklahoma Aquarium. Most sites are permanent residents but I get the feeling that it is well managed as it was very quiet day and night and generally attractive appearance. Large clean pool near the office. Many tall cottonwood trees provide shade in the summer. Nearest neighboor was about 100 ft. away at my site #409. Easy access to I-44 east or west. There were some cons but compared to the competition - this is a little unadvertised gem on the river in Tulsa.
Paved sites and city operated. Located right on the river with a foot bridge to Lucy Park (large park with pool , activity bldg. and miles of walking paths). No bath house or office but it does have a dump station. You sign yourself in and drop the check in the slot. Just about a perfect overnight (limit is 3 nights) while on the road. Appears clean, neat and safe - Texas Tourism Bureau is right next door. Congratulation Wichita Falls on a great little RV park! Too bad there aren't more decent overnights for $10.