Stayed in B39 with a lake view and saw lots of bird wildlife. N9 sewer hookup but had a nice covered pavilion, fire ring, concrete pad with a concrete patio. Loved it.
Reservations only so be sure to plan ahead. The best sites need to be reserved as many as 6 months in advance. Our favorite is A22 since it’s right on the water with a place for a boat and great area for swimming. The only inconvenience is this site is farthest from the shared water source. They do however allow a splitter valve. Best to fill your tank before heading out, bring 200’ of hose, or bring a couple water containers.
The views in the area are beautiful, especially from the cliffs. There are multiple areas to hike, kayak, fish, or boat in the area. Not too far from Skiatook if you need to head into a town which is nice for some people.
there are lots of great spots on the water, but you have to book a while in advance on busier weekends for those. RV spots seem extra big!!
great camp ground and great boating. a good place to go and have time with the family and friend
This campground is smaller with a single loop and is most ideal for RV's and boaters. It doesn't offer much privacy from each other but in a group camp or RV it wouldn't be bad at all. The bathrooms are in excellent shape and a newer build and ALWAYS clean which is a major plus as they really take care of this place. There are several picnic areas and places to enjoy the lake. My only drawback is they made is leave if we weren't camping that night and playing in the water with our dogs.