We have been staying here for about 5 months while my husband works in the area. It is a nice park, trees and grassy areas around most of the spaces. There is a picnic table at every site. We are in the very back and it is very quiet. There are only four pull-through sites. The rest of the spaces are in cul-da-sac type areas which can be difficult to park in with a bigger RV. It is the nicest park in Enid, and the staff is very friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Above rate reflects weekly rate of $125. New owners 18 monthes ago have been busy converting an old trailer park into a combined mobile home/RV park. I have no idea how many sites they have. We were in #150. RV sites are spacious with gravel pads, concrete patios, picnic table, and new utilities. Water pressure is a little low but workable. Free Wi-Fi inside the club house only. The pool had been open only 3 months when we were here. This is the nicest of the 3 local RV parks we have stayed in: easy access, spacious sites, and quite peaceful. We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is directly off of the main travel street through town. There is road noise that quiets down in the late evening. Many full time folks here. The ground is littered. The sites are level with 4 cement pads and several gravel pads. The owners were away the two days we were there and we paid through a drop box. There are nice parks nearby and the town of Enid is interesting. An easy in and out for a one stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They advertised big rig friendly. They were not. I did get into the park without a great deal of trouble but there only had one spot I could get into because of the trees. If your in a big rig and are in a spot for the night it will do, but one night was enough for me. We walked around the park and most of the spots are filled with old old campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older park with some new wide & long concrete sites just off US 81 in the south side of town. A little street noise, but not enough to disturb us. Weekly rate $70. With Passport America, our total cost for one week at 1/2 the nightly rate was $56!! No extras like pool, playground, etc. We spent a very pleasant week here, and will definitely come back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is nightly w/Good Sam discount. We have stayed here many times before. This time we were in the pull-through sites near the office. This is the best area for satellite access, and the worst for Wi-Fi access. In spite of being close to the office, as we have experienced in the past, the Wi-Fi signal in this part of the park was too week to be usable. Verizon mobile data worked fine. Sites are level, gravel, with very little grass - very close side to side. We could not turn into our assigned site from the proposed direction (too tight for a big rig unless you have a very tight wheel cut) but were able to circle through vacant sites and easy get in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park suitable for an overnight. FHU, plus cable and WI-FI, WI-FI could not hold a strong signal and was unable to stay on the net all the time. Park got a low rating because the bathrooms were terrible, decided not to take a shower and wait until our next stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Access was a bit tight to pull through with a 36' coach towing a car. Backing in was no problem. We only hooked to electricity and it was satisfactory. Park was quiet until morning when mowers in neighboring RV park started and trash truck emptied bins. The park was suitable for an overnight stay while visiting friends in Enid. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park isn't much but it's about all you can get in Enid. We we visiting our son who is stationed at Vance AFB. All sites are level - everything in Enid is level. Very dusty with lots of wind. Oil well next to campsite but it only ran for short periods. Wi-Fi was weak and slow. Had to pay to get a higher speed connection. Lots of permanent residents but most were well kept. Right next door to Ashley RV Park - not much difference in the two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice shady park. They even have a Tornado Shelter for Guests! Bathes and restrooms were acceptable and quite clean. Unique design the way they park vehicles in a wagon shaped park. Friendly staff. One negative item was the bird droppings all over the motorhome during the time at this park. If you park under or near a tree during certain times of the year, you will need to wash their droppings off your awnings before leaving! It is nasty! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Over all, nice park. Unique wagon wheel setup so that each site was large with an open area at the hub for walking pets. Lots of shade trees. I gave park a 9 because there were permanent sites that grounds needed a little care. Owners friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Weekly rate $130. Free WiFi worked very well, faster WiFi available for modest fee. Heavy tree cover blocked rooftop satellite dish but with 70+ channels of free CATV, we didn't miss our satellite channels much. We were here in Cottonwood shedding season, requiring frequent cleaning of the AC condenser intake. This was our third stay here: we would stay again, but might checkout another nearby park next time for better satellite access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Above rate is at weekly rate of $118 for site w/o CATV -- site w/CATV is $125/week. The first site we were assigned to had power problems -- one leg of the 50a was dead. After we found the entire row had the same problem, they sent us to a different area (later told us they found a blown fuse and had sent a guy to find a new one). We were along Custer Ave, very peaceful with no one around us. Free Wi-Fi was very weak in our area. We will stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$18 rate is weekly rate of $125 (contrary to website which states $119 per week). WIFI now available and works great. Big rig accessible. Our back-in site (between two permanently installed trailer houses) needed a little tree trimming, which prevented us from parking as close to the utilities as desired, but one short sewer hose extension got us connected. Trees blocked satellite access, but the new CATV connection worked great so we skipped setting up the portable dish. Power box in excellent condition. Some sites have tables and slabs, most do not. No playground, etc. Rather average park, but it does show interest and care of the visible staff. And the storm shelter is a great plus for this part of tornado country!! We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.