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164 Reviews of 67 Nuyaka, Oklahoma Campgrounds
Dates April 1 to Oct 30 110 sites w/electric (50 amp available)
Fee $20 - $50 Limit 14 days Quiet time 10 pm - 6 am
Reservations accepted 877-444-6777 or recreation.gov
Some pull throughs beach boat ramp drinking water dump station marina picnic tables grills showers fish…
We stayed here for one night and had no issues. There is a restaurant within walking distance and fuel stations nearby.
Only 8 RV sites with electric and water hook-ups. Small area with a bait shop at the lake. Fire rings and a lake view is about the extent of it. No hiking, tent camping etc… a cheap, simple place to relax and that’s it. $11 per night.
Perfect little spot for a nice cheap overnight stay on the way through Oklahoma. Not far from Walmart so it was a good place to restock the fridge!
This lake has came a long ways from how it use to be. It is a pretty good lake now, the front camp grounds are really nice and the others on the north side of the lake are definitely better than the ones on the south side but they are still nice. It is a more natural lake and fees are not terrible.…
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• April 1 to Oct 30
• 73 sites with electric(50 avail)$20-$24
• Reservation accepted 877-444-6777 or recreation.gov
• Check In 6 pm• Check out 4 pm
Boat ramp drinking water dump station marina playground flush toilets showers fire pit/grill picnic table pet friendly
Brooken Cove is…
This was the only RV park with openings for the week we were visiting. Easy reservations, no fuss after-hour check in. Laundry room, pool, and free wifi at the main buildings. No wifi at the site, though. No picnic tables, and no change machine in the laundry room. Minor things, but still things…
My son-in-law, his family of four children and his wife and to three other couples with their children were out at Keystone Lake on Saturday August 28th. My son in law passed away due to drowning at Jellystone Park that Saturday. The lifeguards didn't know what to do and they had a hard time…
Water spigots are shared. 75’ hose should get you by. The Lake has a sand beach all the way around. Eastern loop is very quiet and well spaced.
Most quiet time if had in years
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- 17 sites
- No hookups
- First come first serve
- boat ramp
- drinking water
- picnic area
- picnic table
- fish cleaning station
When you come in stay to the left on the secondary road. This area is low key and off the regular drag. You are actually going…
I really enjoyed my stay at Keystone Lake State Park, despite my slightly rowdy neighboring campers. We stayed at a tent site with a direct, but slightly tough, route down to the lake. The area was beautiful, and there were plenty of amenities, including restroom and shower. Though we didn't…
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The campground manager was excellent, on the lake and no one around. Stay here if you can.
Enjoyed fishing off the back of the site. Enjoyed the campground and meeting other campers.
This was our first trip in our new camper. The campsite was nice and it was very peaceful. We enjoyed fishing and watching the fish jump in the river. The camp host was very friendly and so were the other campers.