There are two lakes in. One is just mostly a fishing lake and the other is I like that you can actually camp at with RV spots. It is a bare minimum camping ground with around 12 electric and water RV spots.
This campground is close to the hideaway Marina. Right down the way is a campground with maybe 16 RV spots. They are kind of close together camp spot 9 and 11 are the closest to the water.
It looks like it's closed down there is nothing but the RV hook ups. Plus, it has railroad ties blocking the entrance.
RV PARK IS EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRIC, WATER, & SEWER HOOKUPS. They accommodate 30 and 50 amp RVs. We have nightly, weekly, and monthly rates available. This has nothing but a circle drive with camp areas available no activity is not near a park or a lake just a RV campsite off of a main highway. I feel more like seasonal workers or locals looking for a place to park their RV inhabit this park.
This is a very well maintained RV park. I think the pictures speak for them selves.
- 32 Spacious Hookups
- 22 - Drive-through
- 10 - Back-in
- Quaint Picnic Area
- Convenient On-site Laundry and General Store
- Shower/Rest Rooms Building
- Rental Cabin
- Free Wi-Fi
- Safe Storm Shelter
- Stocked Fishing Pond
Located just minutes from Lake McMurtry, Lake Carl Blackwell, Karsten Creek Golf Course, Oklahoma State University, and all the rest that Stillwater has to offer, Cedar Crest is situated on 40 acres in a natural setting and offers modern amenities. Despite our country setting, we are easily accessible by paved roads.
This is an RV park that someone built next to their house, inside Stillwater city limits. I believe it did have a bathroom area, in the green and tan building. I didn't feel right getting out at this one it was right next to the house. This park did have electric, water and sewer. The place is pretty basic, I feel it would be good for out of town workers to stay.
This is a very clean camping area, one of the number one spots locals go to swim. the bathrooms could use and updating but for the price this place was great the camping areas were very well shaded it came with electric, water and a fire ring.
we stay here once a year for a family reunions.. we personally pull our camper down there each time there are some spots that are reservable through their website. that we have never had a problem just pulling in and getting a spot. they also offer cabins for families. our favorite part about this park is that they have the Pier 51 Marina and you can rent boats or jet skis also my children love to go down there and feed the fish off the dock it is a great time. they do also have a restaurant down at the marina that is decently priced. I forgot to take a picture of the swimming area but it is very Rocky and my children hate swimming there we don't do it very often because of all the rocks on their feet.
this is a great place for family to enjoy swimming boating fishing any other water activities. camping spaces are spacious. the wibit is extremely fun even for adults. The pool areas are very nice very clean the only thing we did not like was there was absolutely no shade for our baby. Bathroom seem to be very clean. There was no ranger station and no children activities.
This Campground is close to Mannford and is well-maintained. We like it because there is a marina next door that has a restaurant and a nightlife.
I live really close to this one so I went by and took some pictures for other people to see in case they were interested this Rv spot. It is right at the intersection of 33 and 177 in Perkins Oklahoma. I wouldn't say this is a place to enjoy a good camping trip but if you're looking for a place to stay the for the night or just passing through and need a place this is a good option. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The camping spots and area around were well maintained. I did see a sign that said Wi-Fi available.
we were here over the July 4th weekend and we were really excited has a great pool the bathrooms and showers are very nice and well kept. but this is where we kind of feel it could go either way if you were staying and one of the cabins I think that this would be a great place to stay on the other hand we wre trying to fit our bumper pull camper in there was a little nerve-wracking all the campers were very close together there was no privacy… everyone was just kind of shoved everywhere.
This park is well-maintained and has fire pits and gravel camping spots. We normally stay on the west side because we like the shower house and swimming area better. We noticed that they had added a park to this side and we knew our daughter would enjoy that so we stay the weekend, most normally we will go to this lake on a last-minute getaway because it is very close to us. I think people who fish would enjoy this lake or if you are into disc golf or exploring hiking trails.