They have just about anything you would want. Sites on the water, large shaded sites, pull thrus. Nice playground. Two issues. 1. It’s really hard to get a spot. First come first serve. Not who put things in the site first, but who actually puts money in the box first. This leads to a lot of arguments that I witness almost every time we’re at Arcadia. 2. Community water. Sometimes you need 2 or even 3 hoses to reach the water. Campsite wise,this is some of the best camping anywhere near OKC. Also a ton of deer. See them everyday.
There’s a ton of great camp sites at Lake Murray. A lot to do as well- fish, golf, horseback riding, ATV trails, boating, nice pool with a splash area (only lodge and cabin guest have access), putt putt, activities on the lake (water trampoline, slide, etc), hiking. It’s a huge park so even when it’s crowded it doesn’t feel too crowded. There’s a lot of shaded sites and sites on the water. Highly recommend. We stayed in site 4 in the ATV campground.
The good: This park has a lot to offer. Multiple pools(including a nice splash pad type area for the little kids), jumping pillows, maze, nice playground, animals, blow up obstacle course, and schedules activities like hayrides, bubbles, candy bingo, etc. The not so great: There’s a lot of campsites and most are “RV park” type sites with little shade. The bad: The cafe. We seem to always have problems. Waited over an hour to get pancakes, over an hour to get a pizza, and once the breakfast buffet ran out of food right after we bought it (3 separate trips). The foods not bad, we just seem to be unlucky. It’s obviously easy to work around this, just bring your own food! Overall: We think the camping price is very reasonable for all of the included activities and we enjoy coming here a couple times a year.
What we love: a ton of activities and things to do. Pool, bouncy houses, witbit, swim beach, schedule activities, kayaks, putt putt, etc. They also have a cafe with a lot of cheap food (hint: get the meat lovers pizza). What we don’t love: the camping is more rv aka parking lot type camping. Small sites. We prefer to camp, and not park in a parking lot. Also, they are a bit pricey. Higher than the other jellystones in the area. However, we enjoy the park when we come and it’s great place for kids.
We enjoyed this campground. Has some really nice sites- some shaded and some by the water. Not as much to do as other Jellystone parks (mostly just the pool and witbit), but we enjoyed the park over 4th of July weekend. Would love to see a nice playground and some scheduled activities. The pool and slides are really nice and great for kids of all ages. My toddler loved the slides.
We had a site in Post Oaks campground and really enjoyed it. Really long, pull thru sites and really shady. There’s a little swim beach. We have a camper so we didn’t use the bathrooms, but they did not look great. We drove around at all of the campgrounds and we liked post oaks the best. Little axe has some nice sites, but it’s almost always crowded.
We really wanted to like this place. Everyone raves about it. The sites are close together, it was beyond crowded (my son couldn’t even ride his bike because of the constant amount of cars) and not much to do (a lot of activities closed because of covid). There were 5 of us and after an hour everyone said they wouldn’t be back. They do have a nice playground though.
Definitely some of the best camping in the OKC metro! However, getting a site can be difficult. First come, first serve and check out isn’t until 5. Lake has a couple of nice swim beaches also.
Pool, pedal carts, jumping pillow, and a playground for the kids! Super friendly staff. If you need full hook ups, those are basically a parking lot. However, there’s some really nice shaded electric/water sites for RVs and tent sites. The bathrooms are super nice and clean. Pond has great crappie fishing too! It’s way less crowded than the state parks, and it’s nice place to spend a weekend away. They have little cabins that have beautiful, shaded outside areas (fire pits, porch swings, etc) and they’re cheap to rent. We’re not typically “KOA” type campers, but we really enjoy this place.