Beautiful family owned and operated. Huge old oak trees. Boat launch and pier. We have stayed here on a few occasions the last one being for 2 weeks, left the boat in the water the whole time. The manager is as helpful and friendly as she can be. Ask about the history, it's a very interesting going all the way back to the property the park is on being part of a plantation at which her grandfather worked. Unfortunately the sites are not laid out uniformly and on some of the sites you will need 20' of sewer line, also an inline filter if you don't already have one because the water supply is from a well with a heavy iron content.
We have stayed here on a few occasions. Primarily a mobile home park, but this park was obviously conceived to service both mobile homes and RV's. The sites are cement with plenty of area for parking tow vehicle. Hookups are well situated and hookup is a breeze. Plenty of shade and the park is easily easily accessible from I-44. The only draw back was that the pool did not seem to be maintained as well as it has been in the past. We have looked at other parks in the Tulsa area and this one is definitely the best.
Overall the campground was nice. Quite a ways off of the beaten path though. You have to go down 2 miles of gravel road to get there. There are some long term tenants which gives the park a less than pristine appearance but they are in an area to themselves. The sites are grass with no paving or stone, but the soil is very sandy so there is no problem with standing water. My brother and his wife and child were going with us to the Global Wildlife Center and were charged $18.00 to enter the campground. Their website states a $6.00 charge per person per day, but I didn't expect to be charged for coming to pick me up. Had a live band on Fri night, I caught the last of it but I thought it was pretty good
Very nice State Park. Hilly and winding road through campsites. Road is somewhat small (I came very near rubbing a tree in a curve with an outside lean). Park rangers were helpful and friendly. I was working nearby and chose to stay here rather than a hotel, I would do it again.
We have camped here many times. The grounds are well kept, the sites are adequate though not what I would call generous. I have no problem getting my 28' TT on and off the sites, but the larger, 35'+ rigs need to do a couple pull-ups on some of the sites. There are two fishing piers, and two boat launches. I have launched my bay boat with no trouble. Hiking trails are nice. The only downside is that like most Louisiana State Parks there is no sewer service. The dump stations are handy though and well situated.