This is our second time staying here, and we love it. Nice wide clean pads with patio area with grassy areas between sites. We are far enough of the main road that we don't hear any traffic noises. The clubhouse is big and clean with a screened porch. The laundry room is clean with free washers and dryers. The management is friendly and helpful. We would definitely recommend this campground to our friends. It appears that a lot of the sites are occupied by people working temporarily in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is on US 7 or Lee Blvd just to the west of Lawton. It appears to be a recycled mobile home park. Small sites located behind a mini storage facility in a so-so area of town. Its a parking lot. No shade. No amenities. Only bright spot is that it is near Ft Sill & Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New May 2012. Easy access and near I-44. Paved roads. Level concrete pads. Plenty of swing room and spacing between sites. Modern pod with hookups. Pull-through long enough to not unhook our Jeep from 41' MH. IMO top park in the Lawton area. No trains or highway noises! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Golden Age Passport 1/2 price discount. This popular campground has lots of campsites, most of which are level and well-spaced. There are a limited number of electrical hookup sites however, so you should be prepared to possibly dry camp upon arrival. Plenty of water spigots scattered throughout the campground areas, so fill your tanks before heading to your individual site. We saw a herd of 11 deer and a herd of 9 turkey stroll right through the campsite, and there were plenty of buffalo, large-racked elk, and long horn cattle to be seen from the roads in the park. Beautiful view from the top of Mt. Scott, and lots of gorgeous rock scenery everywhere in the park. This is a park we want to visit again so we can explore it more thoroughly and hike some of the trails. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Doris campground at the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge just west of Lawton, Ok and Fort Sill. Nearby excellent nature center, prairie dog towns, Mount Scott vistas, Fort Sill museums. At times frequent artillery explosion thuds are heard during the day. With Golden Passport $9/night. The park has paved roads and sites. About a third with electricity. Several water faucets. A dump station. Bathrooms were dark and dingy, but water hot. Some areas with pit toilets. Lots of nice shade with post oaks. A good value but more and cleaner bathrooms adequate to the number of camp sites would be an improvement. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is in the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge. There are walk-in primitive sites, drive in semi-primitive sites with no hookups, group sites with electric and shelters, and 50 amp electric sites. Most sites have fire pits, and firewood is available at the entrance. There is a dump station and fresh water at the entrance, and fresh water standpipes at various points in the park. There is a shower house/restroom, a restroom only, and pit toilets. The restroom was clean before the Memorial Day weekend, dirty during the holiday weekend as the park was very full. From our campsite we have seen buffalo, deer, squirrels, and birds. On walks we also saw 2 coyotes, Canada geese, turtles, lizards, and hawks. The only drawback was that there are small ticks in the park. I would hesitate to camp here with a dog, and you NEED Deep Wood's OFF or similar bug repellent, and to examine clothes and yourself several times per day. I recommend this wooded park for a get away, especially during non-holiday times, but prepare in advance for ticks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one nice place to camp. Buffalo and longhorn cattle roam around. Water is available at different places around the park so one can fill up tank. There is an interpretive center that is very nice for families and do not forget to go to Meers and grab a hamburger! You will not forget this place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is not a park for a large motorhome. We had a hard time getting into a pull-through site. The gentleman told me when I called, I would be able leave my car on the dolly, but I had to take car off the dolly when I got there. The sewer hook-up at the front of the coach was higher than the utility hook-ups on my coach so I couldn't use it. No restrooms or showers so this place is pricey for what we got. In the morning, we couldn't pull through because road was too narrow: so we had to unhook the dolly and back out. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best thing about this Park is the view of the lake and the surrounding mountains (yes mountains in Oklahoma). It is approximately 5 to 6 miles off the Interstate and works OK for overnight. The sites were average size. I would guess that at least 2/3 of the Park are seasonal residents with well maintained RV's and property. There is no TV or WIFI, and there is also no showers or restrooms. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The middle row of sites are heavily sloped, and the sewer drop is at the high end of the site. It is virtually impossible to dump from a low motorhome. With any type rig, to dump requires 2 long sewage hoses with a support under both of them, and still you must "walk" the sewage out of the hoses multiple times to accomplish dumping sewage. I cannot recommend this park until they solve the horrible engineering of the sewer drops. It is a sanitation nightmare. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a brand new RV park, and we came for three days but stayed five. Their pool is complete, but they are still working on WiFi and cable TV. Beautiful view of Mount Scott and the lake, and lots to see and do in the area. The park is very well kept and maintained, and the people running it couldn't be more helpful or accommodating. We will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean park with pool almost complete. Laundry room available. Clubhouse with books and games. Some sites sloped but owners have blocks available. Free firewood was also available. Great view of Lake Lawtonka and Mount Scott. Some sites have trees but not all. Stayed here last year too. It's a quiet and nice park for a day or long term. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a military base, no guns or ammo, they did search my trailer. The park is 8 miles down a range road at 30 mph. The lake is low. I did kill a rattlesnake near the park and before saw one in the campground, so be aware. The view is good, all sites are gravel, but fairly level. Wifi did not work most of the time. There is no dog park or pen and they must be on a leash at all times. Artillery fire may be heard frequently, but overall an OK park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We spent a couple of days here letting my wife revisit the Lawton area. Beautiful views. Decently long/wide sites. Our 42 foot 5W fit well. Some confusion as far as site reservation. I didn’t remember which site, and we arrived late after the office closed. The camp host didn’t know, and the manager was leaving as we were coming in. Remember you’re on an active military post. It’s about 7 miles from the campground to the nearest post gate, so nothing is a short trip if you can’t buy things on post. Your GPS will not take you to the correct gate. Use Key Gate or Apache Gate. WiFi is available, but we had issues connecting, and ended up going to the Loves truck stop just outside of Apache Gate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The area is very nice with the view of the lake and Mt. Scott, but the RV sites were not kept up very well. There was tall grass and weeds around the hookups at most of the sites. With a little care, this could be a very nice place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here two nights with grandgirls and we had a ball. Our space was large and had lots of grass; but the main thing was the water slide, beach, paddle boats, and put-put golf that made this place so great. We will go back!!!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground, fish here all the time since were military and live within 10 miles of park. Will camp here again, water slide etc were closed at the time we stayed but overall was a nice area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Lots of amenities but no shade in the newer area. We did drive to the "older" area and there is more trees & some shade over there, those sites are right on the lakefront also but appears most of those sites are permanently occupied. There is a store, a cafe, water sport rentals and a 2 slide water park. The road from the base, Fort Sill, to the LETRA is a bit bumpy and its easy a 10-15 minute drive. The lots in the "new" area are pretty close together. The lots closest to the cafe can reach the Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is located on Army Fort Sill..there is a firing range south of the park. Artillery rounds and machine gun fire could be heard and felt at the CG. They fired sometimes until 11:00PM. The CG is on Lake Elmer Thomas, a pretty lake, with paddle boats, canoes, etc., for rent. A small store is also there. Although it was nice, and had a lot of activities, I don't think I will stay there again, too much noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed in site 11 with beautiful views of Lake Latonka and Mt. Scott. These are grass and dirt sites with 30/50 amp service. Shared water and clean but old bathrooms. I wish the City of Lawton would take a little more pride in this area. It could be fantastic with a little effort. For the money and the views, this is a wonderful place to stay when visiting the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped in the Robinson's Landing Campground, on the north side of the lake. These sites all have electric and water and most have tree coverage but watch for low hanging limbs! Gravel sites, pretty level and a new, large restroom. New playground. Near a boat ramp. Employee comes around and collects. Police drive through often. No reservations. Will return since family is in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice city park campground along Lake Lawtonka. Preferred sites are $15 with no discounts, other sites are $12 or $8 seniors 65 and older. The 9 rating is more for value and location. There are two different camping areas, the larger one, this one, is to the south between OK-58 and the lake. Robinson's Landing is to the north and is all Preferred sites. However, it looked like it could use some serious tree trimming and the sites were somewhat tight, but had level concrete pads. We stayed in the southern area which slopes down to the water, so some blocking was needed. Take your time setting up. Sites are large and well spaced with shared water and 50 amp electric. There is a minimum of 100' between site shelters. Each site has a covered patio and picnic table with a fish cleaning station and a dated grill. Could use some TLC here, litter, trimming, etc., but overall a great value and location. Great view of Mt. Scott, 2464', in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge across the lake. You can drive to the top of it for great views in all directions. The Holy City of the Wichitas is also in the Refuge and is must see. Verizon cell and broadband flew as there was a tower nearby. TV via batwing was also good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful and right on the lakefront with the Wichita Mountains in background. Has grassy sites with access to water. Lots of room with spread out sites. It was very windy when we were here, but summer would be perfect. Missed internet access, but was nice to be out of touch too. We used satellite for TV. For the price, you can't beat this place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a great water and mountain view at site #4. All sites have a great view of the Wichits Mts and lake Lawtonka. There are no water hookups but there are numerous water hydrants for filling your fresh water tanks. Plenty of room between sites. Bathroom were kept clean, but they could have done a better job picking up litter around the campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice and scenic primitive area. Clean water to fish, swim or boat in. We had no hassles from anyone here and it's a wide and open area. I have camped here 3 times. The next best thing to Camp Doris, in the Wichita refuge, without all of the National park rules. We camped here in a Tent.
This is a city park that is actually 20 miles from the city of Lawton. Located in the Wichita Mountains - this looks more like New Mexico than Oklahoma. In the summer it is full much of the time - best bet is Sun. evening through about Thursday. Unfortunately the ciy of Lawton will allow you to reserve a site with a "tent" so you will see several 2x3 ft. tents in the RV slots during the week. If you are cruising down I-44 in the fall or winter this is really a very nice stop about 8 miles west of the interstate at the Medicine Park exit. The Wichita Mt. Wildlife Refuge is great as are the museums at Ft. Sill and Lawton. This park is best experienced in a self contained unit not requiring the bath facilities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful location in the Wichita Mountains of Oklahoma. It is operated by the city of Lawton and is about 20 miles north of the city on highway 49. This is not a great park in terms of faculities but it is a great overnight if you are in the area. During the summer it is full most of the time - since the city has not been enforcing the 21 day rule. They are now putting a new effort into the park and it should get better. The sunset over Mt. Scott is first rate. We camped here in a camper.
This one of the two parks along the lake that offer full hookups. Not lake frontage but you can see the lake from the campground. The owner was very friendly and helpful in finding a spot for us. A few semi-permanent "residents" because of Fort Lawton nearby, but the spaces are well kept and well gravelled. No pavement. Nice long pull throughs with grass between all the sites and lots of space between sites. The driveway is a bit tight and the roads are narrow but I took my time and did fine with our 42' MH and tow vehicle. Hookups are mostly all new and in good to excellent condition. Cable and Wi-Fi work great. We will stay here again if our son ends up stationed at Fort Sill. We camped here in a Motorhome.