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Great location, very friendly, pool and facilities are very clean. Lots are level with picnic bench, shaded trees, and fire pit built in. Absolutely would stay here again!!!
Really nice campground, but the campers themselves gave a very strange vibe. In the area where there is tent camping there appeared to be people who were possibly living there full time. One car was broken down and crashed, another had tickets, and one camper had a cot, lots of stuff strewn about,…
I really enjoyed this park. Very accessible on a motorcycle. Nice campground area suitable for tents. Plenty of picnic tables and storm shelters and restrooms.
The whole place was well kept, clean, and inviting. We only stayed one night for my boys first camping trip, but it delivered. Campsite had water access and basic needs (table, fire pit, and a parking spot). Quiet at night, patrolled regularly. Fun, nice, trip.
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It rained all night but the place was so quiet, restrooms very clean, well stocked store. Lots of sites. Off the main highway so no road noice but the off ramp has a gas station and restaurant.
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This is a beautiful COE campground on the Lake of the Arbuckles near Sulphur, OK in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. There’s a variety of tent and RV sites from lakeside to sites enclosed in trees. 50, 30, 20 amp service with water, mostly level and easy to back-in. The shower house was…
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This is a beautifully kept up RV park. Lots of grass, concrete pads, and storm shelters. Easy in and out, except getting into park from Interstate. It is a very dangerous turn across three lanes of traffic to get into park. If traveling North get off one exit early.
Great camping for a KOA, right on the main road so a little noisy
We had a great stay in Lake Thunderbird State Park near Norman Oklahoma. The park has 11 campground areas situated around the 6000 acre centerpiece lake with many tent, RV sites and some of those have full hook up; our choice was the Little Ax campground on the southern end just off Oklahoma 9. In…
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While traveling through Oklahoma, we wanted to find a good, clean campsite and after reading nightmarish reviews of lake Thunderbird, we decided to go here instead. And boy am I glad we did. The bathrooms were large, clean, and very well maintained. They even have a nice shower. It’s quiet, heavily…
I stayed at Wes watkins tent campground for three weeks.. it was completely relaxing and quiet. The park staff was very friendly and helpful with anything that I needed. Thank you
DO NOT STAY HERE. We arrived around 10pm only to realize the electrical box didn’t work. There is no after hours number and nobody to offer assistance. Several kind neighbors came to offer help, all coming to the same conclusion. Electric box didn’t work. Luckily, we found Road Runner Rv park down…
Long parking area makes for nice seclusion. Woods crowd you in, lake nearby. Watch for creepy crawlies; I had no idea they had tarantulas.
Stayed for a couple nights beginning of June on our travels east. Good amount of space between camp sites. We were here Tuesday through Thursday and we had the place almost to our self. Water, electric and sewer were in fine shape. Bathroom was a bit dated but clean. Ate at Witt’s BBQ down the…
Twin Fountains is right off where I-35 and I-44 meet in Oklahoma City so it's fairly easy to get to this campground (CG). We were immediately met by staff, handed our info package and escorted to pull through site P-1 with FHUs. Actually, this site is right in front of the main building and on the…
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