We spent a month in the Muskogee area and liked Crossroads. It’s mainly long-term and permanent residents. No pool or playground for the kids, but Muskogee has plenty of parks, and the library issues temporary cards. Easy in/out for short-term stays, and good location if you’re working in the area for a while. WiFi is available, but speeds aren’t that fast. Rate reflects a 30-day stay for a family of 9. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A good overnight stop when driving through, but not a destination. Basically a two level gravel parking lot with RV hook ups. Mostly pull-through sites. Trees around the perimeter, and the area was fairly clean. Propane is available. Just off of Hwy-69 but it was fairly quite. At the price, it is an good alternative to a Wal-Mart lot. We would stop here again when passing through. Address is 6476 N. 35th Street West, Porter, OK 74454. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located immediately to the right just past the railroad bridge on US 69 if southbound. You must go past park and get into right turn lane and go back on frontage road. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Sites are in a big open field which made satellite reception tops. A good deal of permanent campers but they didn't bother you. All gravel interior roads. Yes, there is an active railroad adjacent to the park, but it did not go through during the night, so not a big deal. Price is right and would return again!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is definitely an overnight stay. Lots of long term campers but our site was relatively level and wide enough that we did not have to unhook. We have stayed here several times because it is easy on and easy off. Would definitely stay here again since it would only be for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park, located just a few miles north of Muskogee, is acceptable only for an overnight or brief stay. All sites are very long pull-thrus. Roads and sites are gravel with strips of grass in between. However, the grading job was very poor because when it rains, as it did during our stay, the sites become a quagmire of mud and pools of water. We had to step into water for three days when exiting our rig. Water surrounded our rig. There is no shade. There are no recreational facilities but there is an low-cost laundry and restrooms, each with one shower. There is no cable TV. Please note that there is NO Wi-Fi! This did not affect us because we have a Sprint Internet Card, which worked well, but I can't imagine why the owners would not provide this basic necessity. It surely cuts down on their business. There were only a few other guests during our stay. There is a cell tower within sight of the park so our Verizon and AT&T phones worked well. Although this park is on busy Highway 69, highway noise was minimal. We had a site way in the back of the park. There is a spur railroad track that goes along the edge of the park, but only one train per day passed by between 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. It does not blow its horn and the noise is not intrusive. We would not return to this park. Baker's Fish House, about two miles north of the park, is worth a visit. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.