Once you get to the campground, it is peaceful with no traffic noise, light pollution or other distractions. The view of the lake is fantastic and it’s easy to relax here. The space between campsites is significantly less than I would prefer but manageable. The maneuvering space needed to back a large trailer is more than sufficient.
However, the road access to this campground is probably the worst that I have experienced. I don’t know if it is an Oklahoma thing or I just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, but the last several miles to this campground are incredibly rough. We are pulling a 34 foot fifth wheel and the slow speed required adds another 30 minutes to what should be a five minutes.￼ To top things off, there is a cross country run event this weekend which has drawn many visitors to the campground, who decided to park on both sides of the already very narrow roads leading to and from the campground area. It is nearly impossible to make turns and pull a trailer of any size through the congestion. This is probably a rare occurrence and I would not hesitate to stay here again, but you would be wise to verify there are no events planned for the duration of your stay before booking your campsite. Clearly this would have been a four star rating for me except for the points that I’ve noted above and five stars if there were more space between campsites.