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25 Reviews of 7 Medicine Park, Oklahoma Campgrounds
Incredible scenery and wildlife.
We were in site 47-B, which is an area that is near the lake and has electrical. This particular site has the lake just a few steps from the camp. These are electrical only sites. And the water available at the campground was not potable and has been this…
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Stopped here a couple times for overnights. A little off my travel route, but it's well worth it. Very nice and it's never crowded.
Must be self contained to stay right now. Campground host very helpful. One of the best I’ve ever met. Campsites are nice and spacious not a lot of campers during the week. Campsite overlooking the lake. Wildlife is everywhere. We watched turkeys, prairie dog and longhorn steers. There is so much…
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We stayed in the Whites Catfish Cove campground at site #16 during Father’s Day Weekend. This site was located on both sides of the roadway and was at the end of the road. It was hard to back into given the many vehicles parked on the street. I would not recommended this site for longer rv’s or…
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Military CG on Fort Sill's base. Spent 5 weeks here. Scenery and base is beautiful. It's in the Wichita Mountains near Mt Scott and Medicine Park. Clean lake with paddle boat and kayak rentals. Mini golf, beach and water slides. Nice museum and Indian Cemetaries on base. Saw geese, fox,…
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I absolutely love going here to camp! There's like never anyone, there, so it's always quiet and we don't have to worry about people starting crap for no reason
We stayed there a year! These people are awesome! Glen, Gina and Grant are awesome folks who work so hard to facilitate this great campground! It truly is A+++++++
This is a very nice C.O.E. campground. 95 improved camping spots. About half of them back up to Haurika Reservoir. All sites have either 30 or 50 amp service. Water is only on designated sites so be diligent when searching for a site. The park itself is as old as the lake. Bathrooms are old and…
A truely interesting park. The Wichita mountains give you a sense that you can almost feel the native Indiaans. Mysterious & spiritual aura that surrounds you. We were in an electric loop with maybe a dozen other sites. Being from themidwest, not use to the barron granite mountains &…
What is there to say? Power, bathrooms, showers, and absolute beauty surrounds you. It's only a short drive from DFW. YOU WONT REGRET IT!
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Absolutely wonderful camping and hiking!! Lots of camping spots - and most were well distanced for plenty of privacy. Due to COVID all spots require pre-registration online and only self contained vehicles are permitted (all bathrooms are closed). There is no service in the park, but about 2 bars…
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We have stayed at Fort Cobb State Park more than once. Always a great experience, quiet park, marina, golf course, and you can’t come to this park without visiting the Ski-Boy, a classic burger joint in Fort Cobb right on the way to the lake.
This is an awesome place to visit for the day or weekend! It’s only about 3 hours from the Dallas area and is very scenic. Lots of wildlife and fun trails to hike! The campground fills up quick so get there early.
We always enjoy staying here! Staff is great! Sites are large! Amenities are clean!
Bring the long water hose! We are staying at the far end. The sites are nice. Covered picnic table on concrete w charcoal grill and stove tables. Even has a light over the table. Electric is on the pad, but the water spigot is 20-30’ away. Besides having your boat tagged and state fishing licenses,…