Rate is based on a 3 month stay. Sites are perpendicular to roads and can be difficult to back in to. Very few pull through sites. Wi-Fi costs extra and was slow to moderate speed. You are expected to mow/maintain your own lot. Lots of activities, but newcomers are not welcomed at all. I talked to one couple that was here for their 5th year, who had given up trying to break into the cliques. I will return to this park again.
Rate based on weekly rate. Seems to be mostly long terms. Gravel sites, a little grass at end of each row and sites are close together. Try not to laugh at their advertised "buffalo herd". It's a couple of buffalo in a relatively small pen. Wifi is a joke...slow when you can get a connection. We wouldn't stay here again. There are much nicer parks with similar rates in OKC...stay at one of them!
Nice park, lots of trees and close to water. Mix of dirt and gravel for roads and sites. Quiet. Easy to get to. Flying J at one exit and Pilot at the other made getting fuel easy. Rate is based on my (senior) memory.
Great restful park. Our site was easy to back into. Large sites so we didn't feel crowded. Small store had some basic supplies and firewood was available. Beautiful area for boating, biking or walking! This was camping at it's best
We were parked in large grassy area. Great when weather was dry, but when it rained it was "dodge-a-puddle". Not easy to find, and even using truck routes, roads getting to park were narrow. Wifi was minimal. But for a fairground it was not bad (most are concrete, asphalt and/or gravel only).
Newer park, clean, lots of grass. Near airport and FedEx flights between 2 and 3 in the morning were very disruptive to sleep. If wind is blowing wrong direction, they fly directly over park! Lots of long term workers with large (loud) trucks. Wifi barely worked.