The City of Layton manages two campsites along the shores of Lake Laytonka: Eastside and Robinson’s Landing. The facilities look more like state parks than a city parks. We stayed at the north-side Robinson's Landing site, which, to our eyes, is more appealing than the city’s Eastside campsite. Eastside campsite is larger and more open, with few trees but great views of the lake. It also has a swimming beach, but it has more of a “party reputation.” Robinson's Landing is quieter, with 29 sites, 50-foot concrete pads, ample shade, 50/30/20 amp service, and potable water hookups. It is well maintained, which was not the case until recent years. We arrived mid-afternoon on an October Friday during the 3-day Columbus Day weekend, and most sites were vacant. The campground did not fill up during the weekend. Sites cannot be reserved. An attendant makes her rounds each day to collect fees. We had a clear satellite view from Site 28, but tree-canopies might present obstacles at many other sites. Verizon voice and MiFi worked well. Robinson’s Landing has a small grocery store/pizza parlor, shower house, boat ramp, and ample parking. Fellow campers were courteous, and police occasionally patrolled the campground. Our biggest problem was finding Robinson's Landing. We asked directions from a very helpful federal employee at nearby Wichita Mountain Mountains National Wildlife Refuge. For safety reasons, he recommended that big rigs use Routes 49 and 58, which have higher road-standards than the Meers route. From Route 49, turn north onto Route 58 (34.7246, -98.4637), which originates 2-miles east from the small town of Medicine Park. Head north for 5-miles on Route 58 (34.7824, -98.5106), turn west on NW Meers Porter Hill Road, and proceed west for 1.3 miles (34.7823, -98.5316). There are several small blue signs that direct you 0.4 miles south into Robinson's Landing campground (34.7772, -98.5328). Eastside campsite (34.7535, -98.4873) is about 2.5-miles north of the intersection of Routes 49 and 58. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little city park (owned by the City of Lawton, Oklahoma) with only about six RV spaces. All spaces are lakefront, with a dramatic view of Mt. Scott across the lake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.