This is nothing more than a small mobile home park with a couple of empty slots that they’ll let you put an RV in. We made a reservation and were quoted $23 a night. After we were in place and hooked up, I walked down to the office to pay, and they tried to charge us an extra $2 for our 7 kids, taking the nightly rate up to $45. Had it not been late in the day, I would have bailed right then. We offered them a compromise at $30 which they accepted. I wouldn’t even classify this as an overnight stop. There are no facilities (showers or restrooms) available.
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 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're a new fulltiming family of 9, and this was our first stop. We arrived late, after the office was closed, but they left a CG map with our site marked and a path outlined. Staff is very friendly, and the site is in good condition as they continue to recover from the 2010 floods. Roads still need repair, but the CG is in pretty good shape. Good water pressure. WiFi steady through Tengo Internet. Very close to the freeway, but we didn't notice the noise. We had a tornado warning one night, and the staff made a point to check all the RVs, and opened up the main building as a shelter. Good stay, and we'll stay here again if we're in the area. Rate reflects a Stay 3-Get 4th Free with a one-night extension.