Well-run, clean, quiet campground for a very relaxing stay. Easy access off I-40 with friendly and courteous staff people. Very pleasant grounds and facilities, large pull-through pads with plenty of room for slide-outs. You have your own little concrete pad for lawn chairs, grill, or whatever. Lizzie Mae's store is a must visit. Some of the cleanest and most modern showers we have seen. Clubhouse, workout room, storm shelter, putting green, catch and release fish pond, and courtyard for lounging. We only stayed one night passing through Amarillo, but it is a campground where you certainly could enjoy spending some time for an extended stay. If you are looking to eat a good steak while in Amarillo, we could certainly recommend Hoffbrau Steaks, which is just a short drive from the campgrounds.
This park is very convenient located right off I-44. Convenient to gas, grocery, and chain food stores. Easy access to downtown Tulsa via I-44 and connecting routes. It is surprisingly quiet even though close to the interstate. Not a real large campground and pretty full with what looks like long-term campers. Very clean and well-run. Nice showers. Some of the pull-through sites are pretty tight to get into. Larger rigs are parked around the periphery, so no problem. We only have a 24 ft. travel trailer but would have had trouble getting into our pad with anything longer on the particular site we were assigned. Plenty of room for slide-outs and pads are level concrete. This is a clean, safe, quiet campground and we would stay here again. Price is reasonable at $28.
This is a pleasant campground with easy access about a mile from I-44. Shady pull-through sites. As previously noted, the train traffic is the biggest negative. The tracks are adjacent to the campground. But if you are tired enough and not a light sleeper, the noise will be a non-issue. When the trains aren't going by, the campground is very quiet and peaceful. Laundry and shower facilities are clean and well-kept. This "kampground" is family friendly with a fenced playground area for kids. Our site was level, clean and easily accessed. Tent friendly and cute little cabins for those campers who don't have a tent or RV. Nice camp store, propane, and dump station. Has a variety of sites priced at various rates depending on the facilities you require. We opted for 30 amp with water and no sewer. Price is a little higher than some campgrounds we stayed at, but that is typical for KOA franchises, and not really out of line with some of the better campgrounds. We stopped in for an overnight and would definitely stay again if traveling this route.