Stayed under Passport America. Very friendly management. We came in from US 81, southbound, turned on route 62. The sign for Grand St. is bent and not readable. Turn by the Chickasha Sports Complex sign. The sites are mostly back-in, but we had planned to disconnect our car. I got 12 TV channels with the over-the-air antenna as it's close enough to Oklahoma City. Voltage was low, but the temperature was 100, so it was possible that the grid was taxed. Water was okay. I would have appreciated some shade. The Wi-Fi was excellent, free, and encrypted. They give you the code. 4G Verizon with all the bars. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$15 is the current Passport America rate. It is possible to get here without taking the toll road, but you drive through Chickasha when coming from the south. The staff was very friendly and helpful and had the current weather forecast as this is tornado alley, and we were surrounded by bad weather. Most of the sites are back in and are narrow gravel with grass between. The electric was excellent as was the free WiFi which stayed up even through the thunderstorms that went through. With no trees, the entire park is satellite friendly. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is easy to get to. It's off a toll road, however the fees are very low. It was delightfully quiet at the RV Park. It's a very open, small park, gravel/dirt, no trees to speak of, with mostly long-term trailers. However, we were not put off by that because it's got a nice feel to it. I had called in advance for a site and spoke with staff. When we were about 40 minutes away, she called to tell me she'd be away when we arrived and she wanted to give me the site number and said to just pull in. I thought that was nice. The bathroom has 2 toilets and showers, but there are no doors on the toilets, so it's either for a family or one person. The shower was roomy, the water was warm and flowed well. I always wish there were more hooks for my towel and clothes. I would definitely stay here again for an overnight. We paid the Passport rate of $12.50 (the entry field didn't allow for the .50) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Time Out is a small well kept park that’s a good place to spend the night. The roads and pads are blacktop. The office and restrooms were locked during our stay. When we called ahead for a site, the attendant told us how to get to the park and our site number. She came in the evening to collect the fees. There were only three or four sites available for day campers because a majority of the residents were long-term. Television reception was okay. It’s a Passport America park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
$11 is the Passport rate. At this time the park is mostly longer term visitors. I counted 3 or 4 sites available for the short term. It's a nice small and clean park, fairly quiet. A definite place to stay for a night or short term. Would definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.