We stay at this KOA several times a year. Very good place to stay.
A beautiful KOA in the edge of town. Nice cabins with 1/2 bath and TV’s. Large bathhouses and nice clean showers. Large camp store. Funny thing is, same guy owns this KOA and the puny little KOA in Checotah.
Great spots and location. Only about 10 shower/bathroom combos for an entire campground. Long waits and not cleaned.
We stayed over Labor Day weekend and the park was mostly full. It’s right off a major interstate and easy to get to. Even with being off a main road and lots of other campers the park was nice and quiet. We stayed in a pull thru spot so easy to get in an out of. Nice and level. We had a picnic table and grill. Lots of shade trees and paved roads made it nice to take walks. The bathrooms were nice and clean, individual rooms with toilet, sink and shower in each. Had a nice playground and great swimming pool. They have a small store on site for souvenirs, camping items and also food items. There are storm shelters on site.
The spots were a little close together but not too bad.
Well maintained sites resonable rates. Easy access Helpful staff
A friend and I host a vintage trailer rally here every April. The owners and staff have been incredible to work with! They are very accommodating. Even during an extended power outage during inclement weather, they made sure we had a heat source. Their bath house is second to none. Members of our group rave about how clean and well kept the entire campground is. Close to OKC for those visiting and planning on attending events or activities.