This is a clean park. Website stated $15 a night, but I was told by a camper it had been raised to $20. Sewage was way back of the site and couldn't be used without additional hoses. Was very quiet. Not easily accessible for big fifth wheels. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very small mostly longer term campers. No restrooms. Set in a pecan grove so half of the sites are shaded. Cable and local phone. 2 blocks to Northern Oklahoma College, 3 blocks to Sonic and pizza place. 0.9 mi. to center of town (post office, Dollar General, antique stores, conv. stores,couple more restaurants. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very nice quiet clean small RV park connected to Lodge in front. Full Hookups, back in spaces, Very reasonable rate at $15.00 per night. It looks like they cater to Adults, No Playground, Pool, or rest rooms. Away from freeway on east side of town near college. We will stay there again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Unfortunately this park has now removed all electrical hookups and we can only conclude they no longer want campers per our experience as of August 2002. We camped here in a camper.
[ 5 / 10 ]
This small campground is in the city park. Water is available and there is a dump. Covered pavillion,
swings for the kids. Go register at the police station and stay free of charge. A family restaurant on main street with great homemade hot rolls. Nice antique store also. Nice overnight stopover just a couple of miles from I-35. We camped here in a camper.
The campground suited our needs for an overnight stay. We chose to hook up with only electric service. Our site was paved, but most were grass or dirt. The owner was friendly. There were a few trees, but most sites were not shaded. The owner's dog were friendly, but were loose and a bit annoying. The campground was what I expected based on previous reviews. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is at the intersection of I-35 and route 60. It's no frills. The lady who owns it is very nice. The people live there and their three big dogs have the run of the place so watch where you step. That said, the dogs were friendly and I had no problems with them when walking my three big dogs (I do pick up). There's a Cemex truck stop next door. I got a Wi-Fi signal from the motel across the street. The campground doesn't offer it. It's mostly full time residents, the first row closest to the truck stop had the only available sites, all pull thrus, and I don't think those sites had any sewers. I would definitely stay here again if traveling I-35. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.