Great place to stay – very friendly. Very convenient to interstates; has cable; and they will even shuttle you free to things within 3 miles. We took the shuttle to the Cowboy Museum (which is very good – lots of art and artifacts). They brought us there in a van, and picked us up in a limo on for the ride back! The office is in a large, attractive building that has a large lounging area with comfortable sofas and a TV. There is also a ping-pong table and a couple of pool tables, free to use. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
To get a good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish, we got in a very short and very un-level site. Even though it was paved it went uphill, and because it was so short, our RV was barely able to disconnect from our truck. Hooking up to leave was also fun. The office staff was helpful and they make a mean pizza in the office. We might stay here again but would definitely get a another site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is right next to interstate but so nice and convenient so we didn't mind the noise. All sites on level concrete but driveways go up and down due to hills. Bathrooms very clean. Nice clubhouse & pool. Close to lots of museums, especially the Cowboy Hall of Fame. Lots of folks staying for weeks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice, big-rig friendly park with concrete pads, good hook-ups, and top notch maintenance. Its proximity to Oklahoma City is great. The only drawback is that satellite-friendly sites are few and far between (due to trees). We managed to get satellite (DirecTV) service after moving to a different site, however. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park in OK City. It is nestled in the "arm" of the intersection of I44 and I35, so it is very noisy. Many spaces are curiously located on inclines, so that the pads are level, but the entrances and exits are not. Makes for interesting hooking up. Wi-fi worked moderately well. There is a lot of traffic on it. We did not hook up to cable. Lots of amenities and activities. Picnic tables and cement slabs are at each site. While there are rules, we noted that the 5 MPH and clean up after your dog rules were not enforced consistently. They do pick up your garbage at the site, which is nice. If in OK City again, we would consider this park while looking for another that is quieter. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Convenient location for exploring Oklahoma City. The park has some steep sites, but not too bad. It is actually a cool and unique lay out. My first week was good, but the second week I ran into some problems. They have somewhat high voltage there. By high, I mean reaching 132+ Volts. It kept popping my surge guard and shutting down all my electric. Hence stopping my electric heat pump dead in its tracks. I mentioned the problem to the guy at the counter. He said he'd take it to the owner and that they actually had their electrician on site that day. Then, nothing. I heard and saw nothing. We actually stuck around through most of the day figuring that the electrician would come up and check things out. Nothing, I guess management did not really care. I rate the customer service a 3 out of 10. I was afraid to run my electric heat pump and thus ended up using 1/2 of my propane running my furnaces. It usually takes me 12 months to use 1/2 of my propane. Watch out it you have a surge protector. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects the Good Sam discount. Stayed for 2 nights. Beautiful park. Clean, has a putt putt course, pool, spa and you can rent bikes. Good walking areas. Would stay here again for sure. Easy on/off from I-35. Very little road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No pull thru site available and yet they had open spots? The site we did get was a Pull In/Back Out the park is built on hills so in a big rig you could high center be careful. The big problem I had was the freeway noise the park has a freeway on both sides and it's very loud we had difficulty sleeping. I guess it may be the best park in OKC, but you could get more sleep at Walmart. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the way an RV resort is supposed to be. Lots of trees, grass, and water, and the place appears well managed. I loved this place, and was sorry I was only staying one night. The only reason that I didn't give it a 10 is that there is a little noise from the nearby traffic; however, it was not loud enough to keep me from sleeping peacefully all night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park is easy to get to from Interstate 44 (Exit 129) and to get to Interstate 35 (Exit 132B). The park is located in a rural setting. It is advertised as “big rig friendly” but since it was built on the side of a hill, the roads have some interesting grades and the ramps into or out of the sites have some interesting angles but the parking areas are level if your RV fits on the parking area. The interior roads are paved and sites are concrete. The roads were narrow and the turn radiuses were very tight especially for RV’s towing something. We dropped our towed to get around the turns and into the site. The interior sites are pull throughs. The sites along the exterior perimeter are back ins. Not much privacy between the sites as some of them are pretty close to each other and the elevations. They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50 AMP), & sewer connections. The utility connections are located in strange places depending on the site. There was an outside table on a concrete pad. Part of the park is covered with trees and another portion is open to the sky. The trees encroach on some of the sites. Opening slides was easy in the site without tree encroachment. Some sites offer a view of the southern sky to get satellite reception. But they do have cable. Their Wi-Fi reception was good. There was a very small fenced grassy area for small dogs only, but the park was undergoing some construction so it was difficult to get into the area. The only other place to walk dogs is on the internal roads. There were bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste. The dumpster was near the office so it wasn’t much of a walk for us but it could be for other sites farther from the office area. We stayed one night. Due to the terrain of the park, we would look for another alternative if we are traveling through the area again and needed a place to stay for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is wonderful. We had a paved pull-thru site with lots of grass and trees. A little road noise. All utilities worked great, including Wi-Fi and cable. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Park convenient to downtown area. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is most attractive with mostly paved interior roads and paved sites. Landscaping was immaculate. Access from I-35 N is good but from I-35 S is more difficult. Our site was quiet, but those at the rear are close to the highway and more noisy. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife and I traveled to OKC for a pleasure filled holiday weekend over Labor Day! We decided to stay at this RV park because of several of our friends recommendation. They were correct. This RV park is great! The staff is excellent! We went to the OU Game on Saturday night and came back to a hot RV! The breaker on the power pole (next to the camper) was blown! The park sent a gentleman over and quickly repaired the issue. The pool area is also great!! As is the mini-golf, and more! We would stay here for sure when we come to OKC!!! Loved it!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an exceptionally nice RV park. The only reason that it is not a 10 is because of road noise. It is not overwhelming, just always present. Our site, P-1 was right up front by the twin fountains, but we had an end site with a great grass area. The sites in the center of the park are all paved, but the sites on the perimeter are gravel, which I believe are seasonal or long term residents. The list of people waiting to become long term residents is over 25 people long! Very well maintained and well appointed. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice campground set among rolling hills with plenty of spacing between sites, grass and shade without the trees interfering with maneuvering. Paved sites with reasonable paved access roads. Some sites could be a leveling challenge, but the campground appears to match rig to site. Family friendly with pool, mini-golf, pool tables, library exchange, etc. Convenient access to I-44 but no road noise (at least in the part of the campground furthest from the highway). Power OK. WiFi OK, but repeated disconnects. Did not use other utilities. Good for extended stays. We will be back next time we're in Oklahoma City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the place to stay in OKC. They know how to build and run a campground. All the sites are level, most are concrete. This is our second time here. Unlike some others our ratings did not diminish over time. It is still a great place. They went out of their way to be helpful in getting us into a site since ours was occupied late in the day. We appreciated the effort and everyone was happy. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Paved roads, spacious sites, plenty of grass and trees. Lots of full timers, so we had a difficult time getting in. The only negative is the noise from the Hwy on one side and the entrance road on the other. With the air conditioning running all night it was OK, but if you didn't need air it would have been bad. Our site backed right up to the highway. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pretty park. It is terraced so in a real big rig like ours (46') there are only certain sites that you can get to. The worker suggested a site that was way too steep, but fortunately there was one we could get in. The place is very clean and the landscaping is beautiful. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park with most sites being spacious concrete pads. It does have a storm shelter which came in handy since we were there the day the tornado hit Moore to our south. Not all sites get satellite signal. It was quiet even though we were parked up against the road. We stayed here 2 days and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place to stay to check out Oklahoma City. The trees in our spot stopped us from having satellite TV, but cable is available. Good WiFi. Plenty of road noise to go around. If there is a tornado warning, dogs could not go in the shelter area. $36 is a bit high in my mind, but because of it's location, I won't complain much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are traveling in a 40 ft. Motorhome and heading West. This is the second time we have stopped at this RV Resort. We stayed for 2 nights. The resort has level concrete pads. Plenty of room for the tow car to be parked in front or back. Pet friendly and also have a nice playground for the kids. The WiFi was excellent. The staff is not very friendly, but the resort and its beauty makes up for the staff. The resort is near large shopping centers and places to eat. If you love ice cream just down the street is a great place to pick up a gallon or have a cone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects GS discount. $40 per night otherwise; a little pricey in our opinion. However, it's a nice full service park. The sites are level, but as previously stated, they do drop off in front and back. The park is terraced. The park was very clean, and there were several staff persons working. No litter or animal droppings that I saw. Leash rule appears enforced. Electric steady, water pressure good, and the Wi-Fi was fast and steady. Many longer term campers, but sites were mostly neat and clean. They offer fresh made pizza through the office. There is a nice little store and pool, but it's drained. Not sure if that was for seasonal. Also a horseshoe pit, little mini golf course, fitness room, and laundry. Rated this park down a little because of the freeway noise. It's very loud 24/7. Park sits in the cross between I-44/I-35. We would stay here again if necessary but would try for a quieter environment first. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice full service RV park. Excellent location for visiting Oklahoma City. Good power and good water pressure and quality. Long concrete pads. Well maintained. Many seasonal residents. Highway noise keeps me from giving a higher rating. We have stayed here before and will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice, clean park. Paved, easy access for 41 ft class A with a 25 ft car hauler. Hosts were very pleasant on phone as well as in person. Some traffic noise. Nice community area. Would revisit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice well kept RV Park. Sites are mostly cement pads and are flat/level but sites drop off for your truck or tow vehicle. There are some gravel roads and gravel sites. Location is a mile to the Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. Everyone I talked to at the front desk were very friendly. Rate is based on weekly charge. Although you are surrounded by interstates we were surprised at how low the traffic noise was. We would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is our home park when in Oklahoma City. We love the proximity to family. The park has very good overnight sites and fair monthly sites. The amenities are decent but some need improving ASAP as this park stays busy all year. The restrooms and showers are excellent. The store is good. The club room is very comfortable with lots of activities for everyone. The laundry is woefully inadequate for a park of this size and hopefully they will improve soon. The water pressure was low but I don't know if that's the fault of the park or the city. Sadly, the hot tub is only open in the summer. It should be open year round. The rate listed reflects the average for a month's stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Good Sam daily rate was based on a week stay. Easy access to this resort from the freeway and convenient to attractions around the city. There are partial paved streets with cement pads for level sites. Cable TV and WiFi were included in this rate and worked good. This resort has approximately 100 full-time residents living and working here so the traffic is busy from early morning to later evening.The swimming pool and hot tub were drained when we arrived and weren't told about this when we phoned for ammenities provided. Bathrooms, showers,laundry very well and well maintained by staff. Various hosts work the front desk at this resort and friendly although one older gentleman wasn't interested in answering my questions about shopping, attractions and was rude to the point of walking away. We felt safe in this park and would probably come back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Destination park in the suburbs of Oklahoma City. Easy, well-marked access off I-44 or 1-35. Close to many attractions in the area. Friendly office staff. Good paved interior roads with level concrete, long sites with room to maneuver. Lots of room for slides with shade trees . Utilities conveniently located and worked properly with good 50 amp service. Good, free Wi-Fi. Strong cell phone signal. Good cable TV and off air signal. Clean showers and laundry rooms. Park has an “urban” feel to to with lots of traffic noise and bright lights from the nearby horse racing track. Lots to do in the well-maintained clubhouse and store. Propane sold on site. Despite the traffic noise, one of the best parks in the OKC area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Only stayed one night but facilities were nice. Big rec room with game tables, big TV and log fireplace that had a fire burning. They were remodeling store to offer more items. Fountain and pond looks like needs some attention. Nice folks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with paved sites full hookups, and nice landscaping. Not as noisy as we expected being that it's next to the interstate, Quieted down nicely at night. Very close to the city zoo and the Cowboy National Museum. We would stay here again. Rate reflects
Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Extremely nice RV park with a weight room, laundry room, movie room, store, pizza, pool, and mini golf. Lots of trees and a good sized site with yard. Very clean and we loved it but it is very expensive for Oklahoma City. We stayed there a month for work and you do have to make your reservations at least a month in advance because this place is always packed. There is always something fun going on in Oklahoma City for kids, adults and seniors. We travel all over US and we love OKC. I would recommend this park over all the others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean well groomed park. Sites are far to close together. Parking is a breeze even with quite steep grades yet the site itself is very level. Check in was courteous, professional and fun after a long days drive!! Trees should be trimmed higher so as not to rub RV rooves. Any positive perception of this park is soon turn negative with the constant noise from I-44 so prices should reflect this terrible distraction not the exorbitant fee they charge even with the GS discount. Luckily our stay is just one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate paid reflects Good Sam/FMCA discount of 10%. If you're wondering why this campground has no photos of campsites on their website, wonder no more. It's terribly hilly, with some amazing slants for tow or towing vehicles, although the actual pad for the camper is level (cement). Sites are reasonably spaced, some with more privacy and territory than others. Campsites on the north side of the campground are literally feet away from and below I-44. Highway noise is constant. There are 4 washers and 4 dryers in the laundry room for this large park, so we had to find a laundromat elsewhere in town to meet our needs. We were visiting family in the area, but might choose another park in the future. We understand the park is open year round, and apparently there are many full-time residents who work at the nearby casino. However, everything is well kept and there must be some pretty strict rules about keeping long term sites and campers neat. Very busy park so reservations are recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great RV Park. Bathrooms were pretty clean (a small amount of mold in the showers, but I've stayed in high end hotels that were in the same shape). The entire place is very well kept. The only problem was even though I made my reservation 2 months in advance and advised them that I had a large 5th wheel rig, they put me in such a small pull through spot that the RV and the truck wouldn't fit. Luckily, the folks in the huge pull through next to us with their tiny trailer let me park my truck behind their RV. I will stay here again, but I will call a few days in advance and will demand a large enough spot for my 5th Wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy to get to this park and it is a nice place. Many of the sites are too hilly but we had a long-level pull through for a one night stay. All paved and nice facilities. The negatives: no sign to tell you which entrance to enter, laundry room too small, full of permanent residents, highway noise galore. Our biggest problem was with a lady on the staff. We called ahead to reserve a site and were immediately told to hold on. She put the phone down on the desk so we could hear the conversation at the check in area, how unprofessional! Then, she forgot about us and after about 10 minutes of waiting and actually shouting hello to get her attention, she started to dial the phone to make a call! My husband shouted that someone was on the line and then she responded. He let her know she had forgotten us and tried to hand the phone to me to make reservations. At that time she was abrupt and just took our last name from him and said to come on in. She obviously did not want to talk on the phone as if we were bothering her. We hung up wondering if we would have a reserved site or not. When we arrived the next day, we found that she did not print up a reservation as she literally took no information from us beforehand. Although we were pleasant and did not mention the phone call, she was rude when we arrived and handed us over to her husband. He was very nice and gave us an excellent site so we could stay hooked up. She acted like they were doing us a favor to let us stay! Obviously, this is a work camper who does not like people or her job. This was absolutely the worst reservation/call experience we have ever had and we are full time. Despite the negatives, this is the nicest, newest park we have seen in the area and we would stay again. Big rigs, make sure you request a level, non-hill site. We can not rate this park any higher due to all the negatives. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped here one night each on our way out west going and coming. Easy access. Seemed to be a lot of full timers but nicely kept park. Staff did their jobs but were not friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large level cement pads. We had a great pull through with shade but no trees in the way, surrounded by grass. Bathrooms and laundry are clean. Small dog park by the office. Large dog park on the edge of the park but too many burrs to get there. Close to interstate but road noise did not bother at night. Very close to Cowboy Museum. Good spot for a few days in OKC. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park with impressive landscaping and level concrete sites. Site P4 was a long pull-through that was easy in and easy out. The utilities were well located but the cable was not very clear and the traffic noise was pretty loud on our sites but probably much less on others. We would return here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very clean and shows it. The site we had, 67, was semi level cement, had green grass and trees. The Wi-Fi worked great, satellite signal was good, but the site was by the entrance street. (The morning noise was bad.) The staff was friendly and we would stay here again. The store is limited, and there seems to be a lot for kids to do. A portion of the park looks like San Francisco, Ca. The site is flat on the upper portion for your RV, then the front of the site drops off and your toad is parked on a good incline. It's something to see. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park well located to access the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and the mall. The rate reflects a AAA discount. The park is paved with nice landscaping. It has adequate WI-Fi and cable. The bathrooms are modern and clean. The location is between a busy road and I-44, so if road noise is bothersome you may want to look elsewhere. The campground was quiet with a few barking dogs that were addressed by management when brought to their attention. The staff was friendly and efficient upon check in. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent a few nights in this park and have stayed here several times before. It was a clean park, some traffic noise from the two nearby highways (I-35 and I-44). The front desk help was not the most accommodating we have ran into, but are kind people. Mostly paved areas with a few gravel roads and spots on the edges of the park. They have a new swimming pool (free for RV + 2 guests and don't forget your armbands or they will be telling you to trek across the RV park to get them even if your just sitting at the pool watching your children), 18 hole miniature golf ($6.50 adults - $3.50 children) and a new workout room. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. The only issue is the fact that they want you to wear wristbands to use the pool. I understand you do not want neighborhood kids in the pool, but wristbands are not the solution. An electronic keypad on the gate with a changeable code would be much better. All the sites are paved and very large, even though the entrance and exit of the sites are a bit steep. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an overall nice RV park. Some of the driveways and parking areas were concrete. Where we stayed was gravel. There is a really nice swimming pool, a brand new mini golf, ping pong, 2 pool tables, TV, fireplace, small kitchen, grocery area, basketball, etc. They have bikes to rent. A couple of spots have a nice view of downtown. It is pet friendly. The staff helped us with a couple of things we didn't know how to do since we were first timers at this RV thing. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pros: great location next to highways, grassy and treed lots, nice pool, large sites, decent Wi-Fi, good cable channels Cons: lots of road noise, not enough washers/dryers. We really enjoyed this park and will definitely stay here again when in the area next. Staff at the front desk took such great care of us and we loved our big, shaded spots. This is a really nice park, so-o-o-o-o much better than others in the area! We got used to the road noise and it was a decent trade-off for the convenience of the highway access. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have camped here twice before and thought it to be a good park, however we did not encounter any problems previously. The first night we camped here, a tree fell on our trailer. We have to agree with other comments, staff was rude. We were told we could not stay until our insurance paid to fix our trailer. The WiFi is fair but disconnected at 7 pm every day. Cable TV was out when we arrived. Will check out other parks before coming here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were assigned site E43, one of the newer close together gravel sites, for the same fee as the spacious concrete sites. The newer sites did not have picnic tables and our site had a fire pit just two feet from our door step. The tornado warning sirens sounded that evening. We went to the advertised storm shelter and discovered it could only hold a small fraction of the guests. The shelter air quickly became uncomfortable due to the lack of ventilation. Many of the concrete pad sites have steep exit and entrance ramps with many scrape marks. The dumpsters were overflowing. The remaining facilities were very good to excellent. We will not stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the very best we have stayed at. Clean, quiet, trees, level concrete pads, lots of grass. Fair price. Nice staff. All facilities excellent. Wish they were all like this. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We agree with the previous review about the stench from the garbage dumpsters. There was so much garbage that someone took a front end loader and smashed the garbage down into the dumpster as it was falling out all over the ground. There are 90 full time residents in this park with lots of kids running through all of the sites and yelling. Aside from road noise, kid noise and unbelievable odor from the garbage, I guess it's ok to stay for one night. We hope we will never have to stay here again. One good point--the WiFi was very strong. We were told to leave our trash at the front of the site and it would be picked up. It was not, so we had to actually walk close to the stinking garbage dumpster. The owner is on site building a miniature golf course. You would think he would see all of these things and correct them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park in Oklahoma City. The grounds are well kept. However, the park is right next to the interstate. Highway noise is always present. My chief complaint and the reason for the 5 rating is the smell of garbage from the dumpster is overpowering in the 90 degree temperatures. We arrived on a Wednesday and the dumpsters were full. I asked at the office about the stench and was informed the garbage is picked up once a week, and would not be picked up until the next Monday. If you come here ask for a spot upwind from the dumpsters. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a perfect one or two night stay for passers through or a great long term spot for those staying in Oklahoma City. Great internal roads and one of the best laid out parks (design wise) I have been at. Easy in and out access. Would stay again and look forward to it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is by far the best RV park in Oklahoma City and one we visit often because our kids live in OKC. This year a putt-putt course was installed which gives the kids something more to do. They have a pool and playground and also rent bicycles. It is a pet friendly park but there is no fenced area for them to run. The office help can be very friendly or very rude, depending on who you get. It is close to Remington Park, the Zoo, Omniplex, and Western Heritage Museum (Cowboy Hall of Fame). The traffic noise is bothersome during the day, but not so much at night. We recommend this park over any other park in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, new park. Mature trees which provided nice, high shade. Some issues with roof-top satellite, so changed sites. No issues with Wi-Fi. Concrete, level sites. Very convenient to all that is available in Oklahoma City. Utilities in good location; all worked well. Some road noise from I-44. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with a new feel to it. Friendly hosts and the campground store and lodge has a lot to offer. But they don't sell firewood, even though the sites have pits. The pool was closed this time of year and that would've certainly added to our enjoyment. My one complaint is that they put us in a slice of a site which was practically located in the parking lot. Seems like there are plenty of seasonal/regulars here and if you're a visitor your treated as such. Someone was kind enough to let us know the area of our site my kids were rolling around on was a favorite of all the local dog walkers. Had I known I would've asked for a different site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has received some rave reviews, which we cannot endorse. Yes, it looks great - nicely paved internal roads and concrete pads, heated pool, game room, etc - but the traffic noise coming from both the interstate and the frontage road is nearly incessant and very annoying. And there's no escaping it. Additionally, although nicely paved and appointed, some of the sites are situated on some very difficult inclines, making it difficult for some big rigs and long 5th wheel combinations to maneuver. This in not a park that I would elect to stay at for longer than a night or two as I passed thru OKC. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is by far the nicest RV park in Oklahoma City. This is not the typical "parking lot" campground. There is adequate space between sites with grass, trees, fire rings, and tables. The pool and hot tub are a new addition this year with a beautiful waterfall. Outside facilities include a large pavilion, shuffle board, horse shoes, and recumbent bikes for rent. The office is very rustic with pool tables, ping pong, foos ball, big screen
TV, and a new Pizzeria. In the near future they are planning to add a dog park, mini golf, half court basketball, more laundry facilities, and pavement to the newest site. The owner and staff are friendly and try to accommodate everyone if possible. I highly recommend this park! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Really beautiful park. Staff is very friendly and helpful too. Unfortunately because it's very hilly many of the concrete slabs are so unlevel that its like you're trying to do acrobatics to get your rig in place then leveled. The clubhouse and pool and all were immaculate. I only was here for 3 nights but I would stay here again if I didn't get the site that almost broke my tow gear. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a hard park to rate. Some parts of it are a 10 and some parts are a 5. They have many nice level sites that are concrete, however, only overnight or very short term visitors get these. We were here for a month and the first site they assigned us was a disaster. We pulled into it and the rear of the trailer almost drug on the concrete. There was no way I could crank down the rear jacks. We ended up in a gravel back-in site that was OK but nothing special. Basically, if you are here for a month or more or are not friends with the owner, you get a gravel back-in site. Fortunately the water pressure was good and also the voltage was good and the site was level side to side so it was a fairly good site. All said we would probably stay here again, but try to get a better site. The rate reflects a monthly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Laundry room is way too small (4 washers, 4 dryers) for a park of this size and with this many long-term residents. Showers also in short supply (there are only two) and a long way from many parts of the park. Most parks this size have a second bath house/laundry. They would do well to convert some of the space devoted to pool and ping-pong tables to showers and laundry. Overall park looks great: paved roads, concrete sites, grass, trees and nice landscaping everywhere else. Sites have small patio with 3’ x 3’ metal table, but no chairs. Sites also have fire pits. I would not have wanted to use ours, as it was about 8 feet from our neighbor’s truck, but most did not have this problem. There is some noise from the interstate, which is about 100 yards from the north edge of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No need to repeat what others have said. This is a great park. Wi-Fi is great. We got more TV channels from the OTA antenna. Most of the noise comes from NE 63rd St which is in front of the park. Small store with some RV stuff, book exchange, DVDs. Laundry facilities, storm shelter, propane. Make sure to see the Memorial/museum in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Tell you what: this is a great campground for OKC. The grounds are beautiful: concrete pads, well-kept grass, utilities all good. The main building/office/shop/pool area and bathrooms were all top-notch. The only issue was that the entire campsite is built into a bowl-shaped hill with a highway above it. Most of the sites are level but have a hill down and off the site onto the roadway. If you are long with a toad be sure you get a site long enough for it. One of the best campgrounds I've been to in a while. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We have stayed here several times. The owners keep adding sites and amenities. Location could not be any better if you need a RV park in OKC. Always found the park to be very clean with lots of shade trees, the park is well maintained, friendly staff. Only negatives is lots of permanents, which we are finding at a lot of parks lately and road noise which comes from nearby interstate and busy connector road in front of park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good stop over. It has concrete pads and hook ups on either side. We were disappointed in the 50 amp as we were here in the middle of summer and could only run one a/c. Even then our meter was running in the red. Road noise is ever present due to being on the interstate and a major intersection. The cable TV worked, but the Wi-Fi was only so so. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fairly easy to get to (with a GPS of course) although the signs are obvious. This a beautiful park, with shade trees, and spacious level concrete sites with adjoining green space for each. The midsize park is hilly in a cute way, but laid out nicely for about any kind of rig your using. The centrally located washrooms/pool office area is easily walkable from anywhere. This place is a "resort" and so you can expect a bit of luxury in your surroundings. We would recommend this place to anyone who ventures near. We Canadians truly appreciate this kind of treatment on a long trip. Staff were great and accommodating. We'll be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean well kept old campground. Some of the sites are narrow. The entrance/exit is on a very busy street. The staff is courteous. Only stayed one day, but would come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is amoung the cleanest that we have been in since we hit the road in June. Although it was close to the Interstate along the back side and a main road out front, the noise level was not bad. One section of the park is paved with concrete sites and the other section has gavel roads and sites. Some of the pull throughs are very long and some are sloped, requiring some fancy leveling. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Traveling cross country (literally across from west coast to east), we've stayed at a variety of campgrounds so far, and this hands down is the very best we've stayed! Super clean, garbage pick up, sparkling new swimming pool/spa that were absolutely perfect when the weather was hot. The photos on their website actually don't do it justice. Truly a gem! What I would create if I was making my own campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here overnight. Has spacious pull through spots, concrete pad, graveled and paved roads. Side walks throughout park. Very nice, clean, and quiet. Park is located close to Remington Park but is still secluded, not far from downtown and major roads. Easy to get in and out of. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Cadillac of parks in my opinion. They do have a pool and a nice one it is. Lots of grass and nice space between sites. All sites are level even though the park is on a hillside. Concrete sites with some steep ramps, good utility hookups, good room to maneuver even for big rigs. The family who checked us in was friendly and accommodating. We stayed in 8 parks in our 12 day trip and this was by far the nicest in every way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for our 1st visit as an overnight stay, part of a longer trip out West. We were very pleased pull-thru site that easily accommodated our 38 ft rig (all sites appeared to be pull-thru actually). All sites were full concrete pad with full hook-ups (including double sewer) and all roads were paved. The sites were spacious with considerable effort to maintain trees for shade. There was a sparkling clean pool, kiddie water fountain, hot tub and playground right off the main office. There was also a very large covered area with grills available for large groups or families. We used the commercial dryers for bathing suits & towels without difficulty. The very few cons of this park were: no picnic tables at each site, no enclosed dog park or designated dog walk area and no visible street signs. Overall, this was an excellent park which we'd highly recommend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park for "city" RV'ing. Located right off I-35/44, but was too noisy for us. Has good facilities, level sites and lots of big rigs. Would stay here again for an overnighter. Also has good Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second time we have stayed here. We will stay here every time we come to town to visit family. The park is very neat, clean, and modern. Most roads are paved and all sites have full hookups and lots of lawn and trees. The check-in staff was very friendly and efficient. Even though the park is right next to a freeway the noise is not a problem. It is located very near to the Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, which is a must see attraction. Additionally it is conveniently located to downtown OK City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always try and stay here when in the area, as the place is usually very good. However, the office person failed to properly note our reservation from our previous day's phone call, so checking was somewhat chaotic. His ho hum attitude didn't help either. Management needs to take some corrective action to ensure this person is on board. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice clean, safe park. Facilities are 5-star. Kids enjoyed the playground. Staff was friendly and helpful with restaurant recommendations. Close to I-35 and I-40. Entrance to site was sloped, but the site was level. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great access to major interstates, clean facilities and great neighbors. Indifferent owner has some (not all) people working there who are unable to provide any help or guidance whatsoever. Owner is NOT customer friendly; my outdoor water hose has been cracked for over a month and he couldn't be more disinterested. NO communication whatsoever in this regard; I had to pump water into my freshwater tank daily to use and, while this wouldn't have to be a problem, the freshwater tank froze due to extended periods of cold. That said, I had NO running water. We then elected to hook up to the water faucet behind our rig; it took about 60' of hose, though, and we had to heavily insulate it so it, too, wouldn't freeze. The part got ordered and has been in the owner's office for about two weeks. In all likelihood we won't be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an excellent park to use as an overnight stop or a visit to Oklahoma City. WiFi and water was good. They are in process of adding an exercise room and pool. They were also very helpful in finding a knowledgeable serviceman to come onsite to fix our hot water heater problem in the MH. They have a nice office/lounge area that has coffee and cappucino available. Well maintained grounds and nice concrete pads. No picnic tables but we don't care about that. Some traffic noise but we figured that is the price you pay for having easy access to I-44 and I-35. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park had rolling hills and trees which made for pleasant surroundings. It it conveniently located near highways and made a great base from which to explore Oklahoma City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As all the reviews state, this park is really nice, and we found the counter folks to be very friendly. We stayed two nights and had no problems what so ever. Yes, some of the lots are steep in their approach, but the center of the sites are level. Unhooking a 5ver might be an issue in the east end of the park. I agree that this is the nicest RV park we have found in the area. The drawback to staying here long term is the traffic noise on the interstates. The park is in the corner of adjoining roads and has noise from both of them. We ran the A/C units even though it was winter, just to cover the noise with fan noise. All roads are black top except the far west area, and most sites are concrete. The grass is nicely maintained and is on a watering system. We use this park every time we are in OK City !!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice Park. The concrete pads are level even though there is a grade to some of the sites. All streets are paved. We had a strong Wi-Fi signal (which is free). Camp hosts were professional. We would stay here again. The only negative is that it is surrounded by busy streets including Interstates so there is traffic noise 24-7. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Good Sam discount for a pull through site. Park is well kept with mostly concrete pads and shade trees that could present a problem for satellite reception. We got a good Verizon signal and did not try the WiFi, but did enjoy the cable TV. There were fire rings but no picnic tables. As other reviewers have mentioned there are some sites with significant slopes in or out where rigs have dragged and lots of highway noise. Generally we enjoyed our stay and would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here for a rally. This is an exceptionally nice RV park that is well designed and has some of the cleanest restrooms we've seen anywhere. The rec rooms suited our purposes very well and the staff is nice. The CATV and WiFi systems worked well for us. The negatives are that there is lots of freeway noise at all hours of the day and night and the location is quite some distance from shopping. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice place to stay. We're here for three nights in October. They put us in a site that sort of feels like it's in a traffic island, so no privacy. We are right up front with people coming and going all the time, but it's a nice enough site, with a concrete pad. Nice clubhouse with super-clean restrooms and showers. The campground in general is very pretty and picturesque, with lots of trees and grassy areas as well as the fountains. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very new and attractive park with nice sites. Wonderful location for attractions and good staff service. Would have given a higher rating if it had not been for the extremely busy and loud roadways surrounding the park. In addition, there were too many loud motorcycles coming and going from the park. So, if we came to OK City again, we would probably seek out a quieter park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for three nights and the park is convenient to local attractions as well as Interstate 44 and 35. The park would have gotten a higher rating except for the fact it borders I-35 which, if your a light sleeper, could present problems. Also lots of grass which gets watered at least twice daily along with your RV. 50amp electrical was great as was the water pressure. Staff in the store were friendly and the store was well stocked with essentials and some RV supplies. If this is your first time through this part of the country be aware of Spring storms. They don't call it tornado alley for nothing. The lady in the office said last May a big storm came thru with large hail that caused considerable damage to RV's in the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is supposedly the premier park in OKC but being located in the apex of the intersection of I-35 and I-44 with an extremely busy surface street forming the triangle made for an extremely noisy stay, 24/7 road noise. Park is on a side hill with a number of pull throughs where anything over a 10’ travel trailer would certainly high center. Wi-Fi might as well have been non existent. All in all, a forgettable stay and park to which we will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located in a very convenient location. The paved sites were level. Picnic tables were located on cement pads. The property is well maintained. The staff was courteous and very well informed. A shuttle is available when you stay here. The wide paved roads afforded us easy entry and exit to our site. Propane gas is available in the park. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is a short distance from the park. You must take time to visit this unique museum. These people know how to design and operate an RV resort. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stay here every time we pass through the area. It is one of the nicest RV Parks in the US that is still an RV Park. There are no Park Models or Mobile Homes here, although there are lots of people living in their RV's, it still gives you the RV Park look that most RV Parks are missing today. We will continue to stay here every time we come to OKC. This is our kind of park and we also love OKC. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the best RV parks to stay at in Oklahoma City. It is a beautiful park, with plenty of grass and trees. Most sites allow generous space between you and your neighbors. The WI-FI is excellent and fast. It is close to OKC zoo, museums, and Coyboy Hall of Fame. There is only one men shower stall, and only one women shower stall in the entire park. These are located at the clubhouse. If you're not close to the clubhouse then you'll have to walk a ways. And if someone else is using the shower, then you'll have to wait. Likewise, there is only one men bathroom (with only one stall), and only one women bathroom, again these are at the clubhouse. Laundry room is at clubhouse. There is no swimming pool, as indicated on website map. Trash is picked up each morning in front of your camp site, which is necessary, since the only dumpsters are also at the clubhouse. Customer service is fair. The owner is always very friendly, but he now is in the back room of office area. The folks who now check you in are sometimes nice, but on occasion they can be rude. They will sometimes squeeze you into as small a space as they can, and then state that upcoming rally's are the reason. All sites are level, some gravel, but most are concrete. There are extreme slopes of entry/exit to many of the sites, especially on the east side of park. This can make it difficult to hitch/unhitch if you've a travel trailer or 5th wheel. They now offer Direct TV which is nice. Freeway traffic is loud at the upper levels of the park, and not so loud a lower portions. Dog friendly park, but no dog run. It is a nice environment to walk your dog around, though. Overall a fairly nice park if you're staying in Oklahoma City. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful park that's taken care of, they even come by to pick up your trash in the morning. Most sites are very spacious-some are concrete, some gravel. We looked at several RV parks in Oklahoma City and by far this is the most attractive-lots of trees & grass. Very nice people at the front desk, they even have a shuttle & bike rentals. Great water pressure & the wireless really works! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites are mostly concrete, although the outer sites are still gravel and are for the long termers mostly. The elevation changes makes for some unusual site approaches and exit, some very steep. The level area area is just adequate for a big rig. For the price it's the best park in the OK City area. The cable TV station channel selection is very limited and consists of some unusual stations: of the ESPN's for example, they only offer ESPN-U. The WiFi is fairly good and holds the signal well. When back in the area we'll stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you just want a nice place to park, this place is fine. The center part of the park is nice with the concrete pads, which is better than the gravel area we were in. Our check in was strictly "give me the money and get out of the office" attitude. We felt like they really did not appreciate my business like most RV parks do. We go to Okla City at least twice a year and will avoid Twin Fountains from now on. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is great, especially for the price! A portion of the park has paved roads and concrete sites (this is where we stayed), while a portion has gravel roads and sites. It is true that the interstate runs right beside the park, but if you ask for a "pond view" site, you will get put in the front of the park, where road noise is a little less. It did not bother us anyway, since we were running our AC. They DO have cable TV now (newly installed), so don't let that confuse you like it did us. Easy access to all OKC sights and several casinos about 30 minutes away. We would return anytime we are in this area. WiFi worked GREAT and Verizon air card had a strong signal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful campground at first glance. Older people in the office didn't get our name right when we called for a reservation, but we were able to get in. Sites are hilly, with center part level for RV, and tow vehicle at the end of site heading uphill or downhill. No pet walk, and rules said not to let your pet go on the shrubs or trees! Convenient off interstate. Wi-fi was good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy on and off interstate which means the road noise is intense, especially for those sites right next to it. Not a real problem for us because it was hot and A/C was on. Near Cowboy Museum but across town from other attractions: Stockyard City, Bricktown and OK Memorial but the interstates take you to those places in just a few minutes. The Memorial was especially well done and meaningful and the cattle auctions (Monday and Tuesday only) in Stockyard City were very interesting. The campground is very neat and the sites are exceptionally wide. We were on concrete with a grass sideyard: nice. Roads were wide and easy to maneuver in our 45' motorhome. The only drawback is that there are no picnic tables, but only wooden reels from cables which aren't really useful. WiFi signal was strong but didn't always keep the connection to the internet. BBQ fans: it's close to County Line BBQ. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place had quite a bit of highway noise. The Wi-Fi didn't work and the TV kept cutting out. The positives: easy check in, level site, and nice interior roads. But too pricey and noisy for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park, directions were good, easy check-in, and friendly staff. Even though terraced, sites are level, most are concrete pads, a few gravel sites, and finishing new sites. Utilities easy to hook up to and worked well. Laundry facilities was very nice. Nice base for seeing Oklahoma City tourist attractions. Relatively quiet even though easy on and off highways. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a great park. Most pads are concrete and streets are paved. The pads and streets that were gravel are scheduled for paving this year. All utilities worked well. The club house and laundry facilities was very nice and well maintained. We will certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground, everything is concrete, but campsite in on a hill and sites are kind of like a terrace. Site's were level. Check in went fine.Just make sure you read the direction's carefully. The direction's in TL directory are confusing. East 63rd street stops at MLK Blvd and then starts up again about one hundred yard to the south. Even with the directions, I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has easy access off I-44, friendly staff, paved roads and sites. We were in a large pull through near the front of the park. Had some road noise, but not a huge issue. They advertise WiFi, but their WiFi was not working. We only overnighted here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park: we had a 2 night stay. The staff was courteous and helpful. We had a pull through site with a concrete pad. We disconnected the toad by the office, and were glad we did!! Although our site for the RV was level, the toad area was VERY sloped, we would not have been able to easily disconnect at our site. The park is fairly new, so you would think that the hookups would be logical: no. You will need to position the RV, depending on the length of e/w/s cords and hoses. Poor planning, but the hookups are in good working order. The cable TV was very clear, but there was not a large selection of channels. WiFi is still being "worked on", but we had a good Verizon signal and used our aircard. The cg offers free shuttle rides to the cowboy museum (great - plus excellent lunch buffet), a very nice touch. We would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here overnight. Couldn't find anything available on I-40 so took the quick ride up to I-44. Easy access, easy and short ride back to I-40. Well worth the slight detour. Clean, very pretty RV Park. Site was level and cement, with good space between. Has full hookups. We have 40 ft 5th wheel and had no trouble with access in and out or in park. Nice place and would stay here again. Would be excellent place to enjoy Oklahoma City events, museums, etc. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great value, located next to the Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum (don't miss this... the fine art collection was a great surprise). OKC zoo is nearby as well. This is a clean park with lots of amenities. Pavement and gravel everywhere. Restrooms were large and first rate. Big rec room with 2 big screen TVs. Only negative: They were "working" on their Wi-Fi... (I've heard that before!) and converting it to high speed. It drove me nuts, kicking me offline every 10 minutes. If Wi-Fi is important, make sure their changeover to high speed is complete. [I'd rate this place a 10, but for the frustrating Wi-Fi.] We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is one of my favorite overnight RV Parks. Although it is a little noisy being so close to the Interstate it is not a problem for me. It is also very convenient being so close to the Interstate. I paid $28.80 with a Good Sam discount. The park is expanding so there was ongoing site construction on one side of the park. The sites are all good sized with plenty of grass in between sites. Most sites have concrete pads. The restroom/showers were extremely clean and maintained. Good Wi-Fi and cable connection. Plenty of room for walking pets. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a modern, well-maintained, and clean campground. Park is well manicured; grass on sites is cut short. There are shade trees in this campground. It was a great location for four nights. It’s close to The Oklahoma City Museum and Memorial and the Cowboy Museum. Roads are paved; some sites have full concrete pads others have a patio pad. This campground is pricey for what it has to offer. No matter where you are in the campground, you hear the highway traffic. In addition, they advertise cable but you can only get about 10 channels. You can’t get ESPN, ESPN2, FOX, CNN, etc. You get basic cable only, i.e, local channels. We were able to get good satellite reception. Also, there are no picnic tables. They give you a cable spool table to use as a picnic table. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful park with wide spacing between pads (concrete) and lots of trees. All facilities are new and everything works--Wi-Fi, cable, electrical, etc. Well manicured and lots of grass and oak trees. They even have a free shuttle bus to take you to and from Oklahoma City attractions. One of the nicest laid out parks I've ever been in, with terraced topography. Right in the middle of America, we intend to make this a permanent stopover as we go back and forth between Idaho and the east coast. Sure there are roads nearby, but I have all my coach windows open as I type this and its hardly a concern. Parks don't get much better than this and for $28 its a steal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an extraordinary park with lots of room for big rigs. It is clean and inviting with well paved roads. The pull thru sites are roomy, shaded, level, and paved with spacious, grassed areas between. The back-ins are at the perimeter of the park and are closer to the highway. We stayed here for two nights and wished we could have stayed longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nicely maintained park, with lots of trees, nice employees, and cable TV hookups are suppose be coming very soon. Dog potty bags are provided. The showers, bathrooms and laundry rooms are clean. There are concrete pads for daily and weekly and gravel for monthly sites ($550 mo). I-44 is on the north side and 63rd Street on the south side of the property, make this a noisy place to stay. A bicycle and laundry were stolen from our neighbor. It was also reported that a motorcycle was stolen during the same time. We stayed 30 days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The Wi-Fi at this park was not good and they knew it since they suggested at check-in if Wi-Fi didn't work, to bring our laptop into the office for good reception. This park is built on a hill and while sites are level paved slabs, getting into and out of your site can be a bit tricky. Lots of noise from I-44 right next to the park. We will not return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would have given them a 10 if they had a swimming pool. Really would be a bonus especially in summer. A very clean park with good level cement pads and a nice space between sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park and good location. We were on the east side and you can hear the truck noise from I-44 pretty well, but it didn't bother us. Looks like they are doing some expansion work. A pool would be nice, but I don't think there is a park this nice anywhere in OKC. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Noisiest park we ever stayed in. Freeway runs 30 feet behind the entire back of the park. Very hilly and spots mostly are sloped. Not the easiest to maneuver in. The sites themselves are roomy and grass.It is currently expanding with dozens more sites. We would not stay here again as it is too noisy from all sides. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, well maintained RV park. A lot of the sites are terraced on the gently sloping hills. All sites have concrete pads and plenty of shade. The WIFI is very strong and although there is no cable TV, there are plenty of strong local stations to pick up with an antenna. The restrooms and showers were extremely clean. This is the second time I have been here and I will stay here again in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree in part with some of the other comments. Camping is such an individual enjoyment . The road sounds were no problem for us. Since we were running the air conditioning almost all the time, we didn't even hear it. The back site was perfect for us because it gave our dog more area to investigate without bothering others. I found the office staff very nice and the grounds could not be cleaner. The many trees provided havens for birds and shade for the campers. We were here for the softball tournament which was only one mile away. All the 'city' entertainment was within a very few miles with a large shopping center a short distance. I would stay here again if ever in Oklahoma City. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We got their last spot at Memorial weekend. They were next to their exit and - also several other sites are - very close to a busy road - no fences. There is also a Highway on the other side of this campground, so it is a very noisy place! The clubhouse is nice, but the sites are small and there´s only little space for your own chairs etc. - no tables or benches present. They don´t have a pool either and because of all these circumstances I can NOT suggest this place - especially not for families . If you chose this campground anyway, try to check out the map and try to get a site in the middle. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park with concrete pads at each site, though make sure you get one that fits your rig. Two major draw backs, though. 1) VERY spotty wi-fi. Wife was unable to stay connected and it was a very weak signal. We were across from the office. 2) Being an in city camp ground, the road noise was very bad. Interstate on one side, busy street on the other. The clubhouse was big and empty. People at the desk were friendly. Good water pressure. Had two sewer drains at my site, very handy. Site was level and easy to get into and out of. Lots of shaded sites. We stayed next to the "twin fountain pond" and we could hear the fountain and bull frogs at night, when the traffic died down. A great place to base camp when touring OK City. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed here before and will stay here again although it is priced too high for a park that does not have cable tv or a pool. It is close to the highway and you have to keep your windows closed at night to sleep. The lots are designed with the electric on the end towards the front of your RV. We don't carry 50 ft of 50 amp cord so we had to use 2 30 amp cords to reach the electric. The lots are fairly level as long as you stay in the center of the lot. It is a nice place to stay to visit OKC. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have just pulled in - there is no cable at this park as previously stated here on Park Reviews, trees can block your dish, all sites are anything but level and the road noise from 35 and 44 is horrendous. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an absolutely beautiful RV park! The sites are spaced nicely with many trees and nice hills to make someone feel as though they are out in the woods somewhere, even though you're right in the middle of a city. The restrooms were large and very clean and the laundry room was spacious and had plenty of washers and dryers. The down sides: no cable, Wi-Fi stopped working and no one in the office could figure it out. We would stay again when visiting Oklahoma City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Chose this park based on prior reviews read on this website. Easy on and off from freeway. Stayed overnight. Did not notice freeway sound inside motorhome. Very nice park with long pull throughs. Was directed to my site by management. Would definitely stay here again. WiFi was spotty, but I don't rely upon it as I have a Verizon aircard that I use primarily. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park. We have stayed here more than once. The noise from Interstates 35 & 44 are VERY annoying!!!! It is easy to get to and easy off and on. I found it difficult to sleep with all the traffic noise. The people were very friendly and if noise doesn't bother you, you will really enjoy this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This is a nice park. At our site, W11, we had excellent WIFI and excellent water pressure. Setting up the satellite dish could be a problem at some sites because of the trees and the power lines along the road. The park sits on a hill and there is a pretty good slope as you drive into the sites and as you exit the sites. Our pad was level and there were two sewer connections, one at the back of the site and one more to the middle. The park’s location at the intersection of two interstates made it easy to get around the city. The price reflects a weekly rate. I would encourage the park to have recycling available for its guests. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although close to the highway, this park feels like it is in the country. There are many trees, although they are very nicely trimmed so they present no difficulties. The roads and paved and the sites are concrete - a bit hilly, but not a significant problem. The people were delightful and most helpful. We certainly would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is generally a nice park, but overpriced. The monthly rate is $549.00 which is about $150 more than other local sites. There is also a water problem that the owner seems reluctant to fix. Water is an orange color from the outside line. This coloration stained the pex pipe in my new 5th wheel, ruined 2 white hoses, and clogged my kitchen faucet. The owner said it has been like that for 2 years. I don't think this is healthy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the nicest parks we have ever stayed at. We were planning on staying just overnight, but after finding that the truck had mechanical problems after stopping, we spent the next 7 days. The staff could not of been more helpful in trying to help us in any manner possible while our truck was being fixed. The campground is extremely clean, well located to all the area attractions (we saw them all), and easy to access from the interstate. There was some noise from the interstate, but again it is easy to access from the interstate. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only reason this camp doesn't get a 10 is because it is right on the interstate. Our campsite was 50 feet from the roadway. Had we been on the south end I think it would have been quieter. It is a very beautiful camp. There are many trees and much shade in the park. The bathrooms and showers are very clean. WiFi worked well. We will stay there again if we can get a site away from the interstate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park has come a long way in the past 2 years. We stay here about every 4 months for a month.They have raised their monthly prices this year and I think they are way over priced. $549.50 is a bit much for the area and on the interstate, with a lot of noise on the back side of the park. We refuse to stay at the back of the park as it is too noisy 24/7. The wi-fi finally works well. We have heard a lot of complaints from big rigs on getting into some of the sites. The office staff is ok and the owner is there every day. They do have problems on scheduling sites. I would advise calling if you have made reservations and make sure you get the site you requested. Over all it is the best park in Oklahoma City and they do have a beautiful office area and covered patio for reunions etc. Also have kitchen facilities. We will always stay here when we are in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park in the NE corner of Oklahoma City. All sites are paved and level, although the front and rear approaches to the pads generally were not. This can make hooking up or unhooking a trailer tricky. The sites have dual sewer hookups, which is nice. They have a small playground. The park appears to cater more to the retiree/full-timer crowd, so no organized children's activities. They had good Wi-Fi. The only negatives are there are no picnic tables at the sites and the lack of cable TV. Although Oklahoma City has many broadcast TV stations, I would have expected cable in a park of this caliber. Overall, a very nice park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful RV park in Oklahoma City, Park is right off of I-44 and I-35, nice wide roads, long paved sites. Some sites look to have steep exits, but the overnight spots are level. Excellent water pressure and electric. Nice layout, most sites with there own yard, mainly young trees in park, but nicely trimmed. Highway noise is minimal, casinos nearby. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Checking in staff didn't know what sites were available. Had to send a young kid to check for sites. We asked for a site for a 40 ft., explaning we were LOW to the ground. They gave us a Very steep site, so unlevel we dragged our muffler clamps going in and ripped our rock guard OFF going out. They double parked a smaller Handi capped van on the site next to us (cross wise). The lady was in a wheel chair (felt sorry for the older couple). Called the park to let them know about the site so this wouldn't happen to anyone else, and the gentleman said THINGS LIKE THAT HAPPEN! We were having work done on the motorhome in Ok City . This is first and last time for our stay at this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is based on a Good Sam discount. This park is relatively new and there are definitely some good things about it. However, there are some downfalls that brought down our rating. On the positive side, the staff was very friendly. The store is well stocked and the clubhouse is large and nice. The restrooms were very clean, the showers had a dressing room and was clean. The laundry room looked OK, but I did not use it or go into it. The door was locked and I only looked through the window. There is a nice covered patio in the back of the office. They offer a shuttle service to many of the attractions in the area. There are two sewers - one at the front and one at the back of the site. I thought the sites were decent size and you were not on top of your neighbor. Wi-Fi connection was free and excellent. On the down side, there was no direction as to where to park while we registered. They had our reservation wrong even though I had a record of calling and changing the number of nights we were going to stay. Some of the sites had a sloped approach. They were cement pads but the slope made it a bit difficult to get level. Our toad was parked on the slope. The pamphlet given out at check in says there is a weight room and pool. Neither have been completed yet. If it is warm and you want to sleep with the windows open, there could be quite a bit of traffic noise. We would probably stay here again even though there was a downside. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is listed as one of the diamonds of I-40, A very dull diamond. It has new cement pads but poorly laid out and hard to get into. Its stated as big rig friendly but I think the only reason you see them there is because of the low rent fee. Very loud traffic noise 24/7. We will not be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WiFi worked good after they had it re-set. Pads are a little odd for pulling in and out --we had to back out and hook the toad in the street. Laundry not all it should be for a park like this. A little noisy but livable if you are not outside a lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new campground and extremely well maintained. The roads are paved with concrete pads. It is very convenient to I-40. All the sites are close together on hilly terrain, but the pads are level. The park is big rig friendly with an escort to your site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location. Hard to find. Very nice campground and plenty of room for my 45' Only negative thing I can say is that some of the entrances to the parking slab are steep. Watch out for dragging in the back. You could stay here forever and not see everything. Everything is easy to get to, and from, the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is probably the finest RV park within four hundred miles. WiFi problem mentioned by others has been fixed. Lots of shade with asphalt roads and cement pads and patios. A few of the pull-thrus have steep exits and may not be good for actually pulling through. We understand that a lot of new sites are being added soon. They have a shuttle service to many of the near-by attractions, including horse racing, casino, Cowboy Museum and much more. Great park for visiting OKC as Interstates 44 & 35 are very near. He highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate was for 4 adults. Nice concrete pull through sites with thick grass and a small patio at door. Our site, the last available site on a Friday night, was on a hill and although the trailer pad was level, the truck pad was on a steep decline. It made hooking up more difficult and dragged trailer bottom on the way out. Not all sites were like that. Beautiful grounds and really nice building with indoor/ outdoor area and nice bathrooms. The park is very close to interstate so sites along that edge of park would hear lots of road noise. The wi-fi only worked at building and only sporadically. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this place! We stayed here for a week while visiting family in Oklahoma City. The sites are concrete pads and very spacious. The park was very clean and every member of the staff was very friendly. We felt safe there. The sites did not have picnic tables or cable tv. We will certainly stay here again when we are in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This brand new park is a good place to stay in the OKC area. There isn't a whole lot of shade available, but the sites are very large, very level, and spaced very nicely from one another. We were not able to access the Wi-Fi from our camper, but with the torrential rains this are has had in recent weeks, we may not be able to grab the signal although we are pretty close to the clubhouse. The sites are all asphalt and concrete and ours is perfectly level. Utilities are placed well and function perfectly. This is a great place to stay! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice, new, well maintained park. It is beautiful and quiet. There aren't many negatives, but it doesn't have picnic tables and at our site the patio area was small and didn't line up with the door of our motorhome. Additionally, our site was off some of the only unpaved area on a gravel entry and the car and motorhome ended up with red mud on the tires and mud flaps. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The facilities are very nice. Some of the sites would be very difficult to get into because much of the campground is on a hill. However the the hill also helps minimize the noise from the 2 interstate highways that border the campground. We were assigned a site near the edge of the campground and the road noise was very distracting. When we were there the WI-FI was not working because they were changing providers. If you are planning to stay there, request a site as far from the highway as possible. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful campsite nestled in the trees right in Oklahoma City. The sites are spacious, concrete, and level. The only negative thing about this park is the road noise. The park and its facilities are kept very clean. This is the nicest park we found in Oklahoma City and will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Visited park in 40' motorhome with toad. Park is still under construction. All roads are paved. Very nice clubhouse. Staff was friendly, but not knowledgable as he sent us to our site backwards. Sites are concrete, terraced, but some have steep entrances and/or exits which can cause dragging. Our site shared an exit with neighboring site which meant he had to move his car so I could exit. Nice well trimmed trees. Big rigs can maneuver and park if no cars parked on streets-we had to knock on trailer door to have them move car off street so we could get by. Landscaping new and recent rains caused red mud to wash across some sites. Would rate park higher if they had a pool or spa and when construction ends. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We 'overnighted' twice in this park on our recent SW trip (January and April). The park is ideally located to either I-35 or I-44 for travelers moving through the area. This is a new park, very modern and exceptionally well designed, carved out of a woodland area with mature trees surrounding every site. Full concrete pads, about 2/3rds are 'pull-through' sites with easy access. The 'backin' sites on the perimeter are angled well to the interior roads giving good backing approaches. The location, about a block off I44 and a quarter mile off I35 made us apprehensive about traffic noise (we're both 'fussy' sleepers) but the combination of tree-surrounded sites and other landscaping practices mitigated the noise nicely and we actually had to 'pay attention' to notice the traffic. While our two visits were 'transient overnight', I'd also select this park for a longer term visit to the OKC area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A new campground with final construction work being completed. Good instructions and signage to campground. Two wide entrances to campground and good area to park and register. Good wide paved access roads to large pull-thrus and back-in sites. All sites have concrete pads which are flat despite being on a hillside. Full hook-up services with good electricity and water pressure. Sewer connections are in a slightly strange position but manageable. WiFi worked OK but no cable TV. Large recreation building. Have managed to keep some of the mature trees while developing the campground so has a nice ambience. Two minutes from National Cowboy Museum and easy access to downtown Oklahoma City. The only disadvantage to this site is that it is right next to I44 so quite a bit of road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed four nights (bitter cold snow storm) in 42' motor home. I agree with the previous review, plus location is great for many museums. Propane is also available on site. The staff was wonderful and we will stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a brand new RV park that isn't quite finished yet. We we're so glad to have found it. They have quite a few sites open and are opening more every day. We stayed here 4 weeks because of working in the area. We very much enjoyed our stay here. The staff is a great bunch of folks eager to please their customers. They have a nice big club house with a store in it that was very handy. You could even buy fresh cut T-Bone steaks from it. Nice pavilion in the back, stocked pond in front of park with two fountains in it. Nice paved roads and pads with patios, well lighted at night. We didn't use the restrooms, but did check them out, very nice and very clean. Nice laundry facilities. The best part was all the trees they left in the park, but are very well trimmed so not to get in the way. They have a playground for children and a shuttle service to area attractions which we thought was nice. There is traffic noise since it is beside I-44 and I-35, but didn't bother us because it was such a nice change from where we we're staying before. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.