RV parks in Kansas are few and far between. We "discovered" this one by necessity as the KOA we intended to go to further east in Wakeeny turned out to be closed for the season when we arrived (after calling ahead and being told that it would be open). We forged ahead to Oakley as darkness fell after a 500 mile run from central Missouri. This is a no frills park but has big spaces that are easy to get into (gravel). When we arrived we discovered that the owner was away at a conference. But she kept the park open and set things up for an honor system of payment. The Wi-Fi works wonderfully, unlike the situation at many more upscale parks that should and could have better systems. The park gets high marks because its here and the owner runs it conscientiously. We would recommend it for anyone in this neck of Kansas.
This is a very nice park. Inexpensive for the high quality. Nicely landscaped and big spaces. Only criticism is that there is no cable TV. Wi-Fi works well. Very clean grounds and neatly manicured. A great experience--we will stay here again.
This is a nice park that could be a "home run" park if the owners did a bit more to jazz things up. On the plus side, the office is a very nice little log structure--very warm and cozy. Good bathrooms, dog run, etc. My only complaint is that our site was MUDDY. Gravel is readily available in the USA and the owners need to order some pronto. My coach wheels were caked with mud when we pulled out because the site was a mud hole. Many off the others, were too. But this park is nice overall and the night we were there was Halloween and there were lots of children trick or treating. The office staff was very nice. We'd stay here again IF they get gravel to the sites.
This is a very nice campground: right on the Mississippi. There is no cable TV and the Wi-Fi had such a weak signal that we couldn't use it. But it was pretty spectacular to wake up on the Mississippi River. Lots of grass. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful and when calling ahead for a reservation they took it based on my name alone. I didn't have to give them a litany of other information that's hard to do when driving. (Why can't most RV parks just reserve a space based on your name and Good Sam number/or some other affiliation?) We liked this park a lot and will return: was a great experience.
This is a nice park, convenient to Opryland and the "Nashville experience." The lanes and spaces are very tight for big rigs: characteristic of older park design. One half of the park has cable TV and the other does not. Be sure you ask if this is important to you. A very strong Nomad wireless Internet system (many parks have a much weaker system) is a big plus. We were assigned a spot in the section without cable TV and had "live aboards" in a trailer next door getting ready to party. We asked to be moved and they found us a spot without sewer but with electric and water: and it was a great spot with lots of trees and quiet. We would return here as it's very convenient with nice amenities: pool, miniature golf, grass. Staff was also nice.
This is a beautiful park with wide spacing between pads (concrete) and lots of trees. All facilities are new and everything works--Wi-Fi, cable, electrical, etc. Well manicured and lots of grass and oak trees. They even have a free shuttle bus to take you to and from Oklahoma City attractions. One of the nicest laid out parks I've ever been in, with terraced topography. Right in the middle of America, we intend to make this a permanent stopover as we go back and forth between Idaho and the east coast. Sure there are roads nearby, but I have all my coach windows open as I type this and its hardly a concern. Parks don't get much better than this and for $28 its a steal.
A nice park with a friendly office staff. Bathrooms and exercise facility were spotless. I would prefer paved sites, but this still is a nice park and one I would visit again when in the Bakersfield area. Cable TV and Internet worked perfectly without the need for codes and passwords to activate the latter.
Overall, a nice park that's conveniently located for Las Vegas visitors. Very nice, "tropical" common areas around the pool and office complex and good security. A major fault of this park that will keep me from returning (and caused me to rate it lower) is the horrendous wireless internet system--it costs $5.95/day extra and would not work at my site, even though I paid extra for a supposedly "deluxe" site. Three other friends traveling in our group experienced the same at their sites and were very unhappy about it as all needed to stay in contact with their businesses, families, etc. We were forced to pay the daily (or weekly) internet usage rate and sit in the office lobby where the signal was strong enough to work. In this day and age, wireless internet is essential for many of us and should be free and reliable. From talking with staff, complaints about the crummy wireless system are frequent and long-standing, and apparently the park management refuses to do anything about it. Accordingly, I checked the box indicating that Wi-Fi is NOT available since for all intents and purposes it is not.
This is a very nice park with a very friendly and helpful staff. Very nice mature trees and palms at every site (you park on lush grass). Excellent and fully stocked store with just about anything you might need in the RV/food/apparel and drink department, including a nice selection of local wines. Right on the Delta, so a combination RV park and marina. Grounds were extremely well manicured. Clean bathrooms, with plenty of hot water, doggy bag stations--this park has all the bases covered for a fun stay. Conveniently located just five miles from I-5 and there's a Flying J at that intersection so convenient for fueling before or after your stay. Park was nearly empty (still early in the California RV season) so we had a park-like setting all to ourselves and everything was blooming. Our non-RV guests were very impressed when they came for a picnic. New owners are doing a great job!