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18 RV Parks near Braggs, Oklahoma
Dec 2018 - $25.00
The park was quiet and clean. We stayed in the Deer Run RV area in slot #7. We only required 1 level block to make the motorhome level. The area is older but the water, sewer and power all worked flawlessly. Spaces are close together. We were under power lines in this site but didn't hear any noise nor did we have any interference. There really is no cell service in this area. - The_RV_CIO
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Showed up late on Thursday night and got setup in Deer Run #20. Fairly level site with very little leveling required. It is easy to see why this park has won many awards. You will have little to no AT&T cell service (No complaints here). Very clean park; the only complaint I had was the young park care takers started mowing about the time Friday evening when everyone was starting to sit outside. Electric and water were both very reliable. The Putt Putt golf was a good value at $3, but could use some updates. The pool looked nice, but didn't have a chance to try it out. We will stay again. - Back to the basics
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Cypress Row CR19 - great downhill view of the lake from our front window. Our site was a bit damp from the previous night's rain, but without puddles. We parked on the leaf-covered site, on what might have been a bit of gravel - far from the next sites. Our well-pruned tree-lined site was almost level side to side, but the front of the trailer needed to be lifted - not a concern for us. Other sites appeared more level.
A few people were fishing off the dock, while we took a nice walk around the campground's 3 loops. The camp was quiet, nestled in the high-canopy trees.
As we were setting up camp, the hostess stopped to welcome us. She wouldn't let us stop to pay her, as she promised to stop by later. Having only one night to spend here, we left early, leaving payment at the host's camper door.
My Verizon did not work here - OK by me.
We would return. - AluminumCloud
Oct 2016 - $9.00
We visited Strayhorn Landing after the season when it is "manned". We had a beautiful site up high overlooking the lake. Even though it was fall, the weather was great too. The site was plenty long for our 43' motorhome and room to park the Jeep in front.
The water connections were shared between two sites; we had a Y-splitter so used it so we could both have access to water. - pattic777
Jul 2016 - $20.00
Campground on a peninsula overlooking Lake Tenkiller. Easy access to water. Sites are basic with water and electric. Some sites share water spigots. Fully tree lined asphalt access road and sites. Sites level with hookups correctly laid out for back-in parking. Strayhorn Marina close by as well as swimming beach, boat ramp for campers use, and no real strict parking so can have your boat or jet ski up near the RV. Restrooms with no a/c, but clean. Campground gate closes nightly 10:00 PM for security. Online reservation is the easiest way to secure a site. Reserved and first come sites available. No dog park. - drw-cpa
Apr 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here in the off season, but it was still relatively crowded. They have a nice split of reservable and non-reservable sites, but in the summer I don't know if I would take the chance of driving in without a reservation. The non-reservable sites probably have better lake views (especially sunrise/sunset views, but some of them share water so be aware of that. The park was well mowed and as clean as can be expected for a lake campground (in our experience, many lake campers and boaters in this area are not great at cleaning up after themselves). We stayed at site 6 which was perfectly level and had a little shade but not much privacy. Tenkiller Lake is less muddy and red than a lot of Oklahoma lakes and there is quite a bit to do in the area. As always in Oklahoma, watch out for ticks! We will stay again, for sure. - wulfleton
Sep 2017 - $20.00
Picnic tables are on the wrong side. Trees need to be trimmed, they will hit your trailer in many sites. Some sites are so close together you cannot pull out your awning without hitting the trailer next to you. Grass needs to be mowed. I tried calling the park office several times during a weekday, no one answers. - Ilona
May 2017 - $25.00
Nicely maintained state park with reasonably clean restrooms and showers. Several different camping areas within the park - some with more services and higher cost than others. Premium sites are even more, and the quoted rate does not include a utility surcharge which can almost double your cost, in some cases. The park is surrounded by water but, unfortunately, except for a handful of places, you would hardly know it. The State has apparently decided to allow the foliage to grow wild along the shorelines, and in most places, it totally obscures the view. No water views from the campgrounds. Plenty of walking trails and a good place to visit if you bring a boat. Swimming, Frisbee golf, etc available. Very family friendly; pets OK. Bring bug spray - we were there in May and the ticks were horrible! - Rusty Tailpipe
Aug 2015 - $18.00
Had reserved for Chicken Creek but got wrong directions off internet, so ended up at Tenkiller. At Tenkiller wanted to stay in water/electric only for one night. Ended up at Fox Squirrel Camp when couldn't find working electric and nearby water in that camp and got stung by wasp when lifting electric hookup box cover!! Fox Squirrel site was excellent with a grill and table and nearby clean restroom! - Ann_Dave
Jun 2018 - $49.00
Very nice park and very secure...had to have a gate code to get in. Nice pools (2) and lots to do for kids including being right on the Illinois River. The only down side is that, for an RV park in the woods, it is very expensive. Over $50 a night (without discount) is very high. - Old GI
Apr 2018 - $54.00
Management is horrible - very rude and condescending. They drive by constantly checking to be sure you aren't doing anything wrong. They are so bad that a sweet elderly couple that works here told us they both quit this morning because management is so bad. We cannot wait to leave and would leave today if we could get a refund. They call themselves a "resort" - come on now. My site is muddy. They hate dogs and people with dogs so if you are a dog lover/ owner like we are, do yourself a favor and do not stay here. There is a State Park not far from here - I went to find another campground to stay at next time we are in this area -- they are very nice and only $25/ night. "You never know who you are talking to, but always know who's watching you". Lots to do for children, but no privacy and nosy staff. They are not dog people. Clearly. Mine is a 12 year old beagle that doesn't do much, never barks and is never outside unattended. - STharp
Sep 2017 - $1.00
I've been there multiple times and it is a clean family friendly park. However, when there is a mistake the managers will not own up to it. In 2016 I had made reservations for specific cabins for Labor Day 2017. About two weeks before the weekend, I emailed them to confirm the cabin numbers and was told we did not have the cabins I had booked. I was able to rebook a smaller cabin, but they would not refund the difference. When booking you need to ensure that you get everything in writing in the event there is an issue. - Ralph Gragg
Jul 2010 - $16.00
Nice level sights. They had many sights right on Tenkiller lake. They had a playground and nice swim area for kids. We really enjoyed our stay. - okiecamper
Jan 2019 - $20.00
We were exhausted and needed to stop driving and get some sleep. This campground perfectly suited our needs. There was a concrete pull through long enough so we didn't have to unhook. We also were desperately in need of dumping our holding tanks so we were able to complete that task the next morning. Most of the RVs seemed to be full timers but it was quiet & easy to find right off Hwy 69. The owner was friendly and easy to deal with. Since we got there late in the evening, he came by the next morning to collect. Easy Peasy. As we're getting older, our normal 10 hours a day of driving is becoming more difficult to achieve so we might find ourselves breaking up our trip and stopping here again. While there is nothing to do at the campground, it's a great place to stay and take advantage of the many things Muskogee has to offer. - WendyM2
Sep 2018 - $20.00
We wanted a pull-through because we planned on only two nights. Most of the park has back-in spots and many were filled. The pull-through spots are along the edge of the entrance, but hookups were good and the road fairly level. Because of weather and our setup, we decided to drive and spend our extra day elsewhere. The road out had severe potholes. Never did meet the owner/manager. Left our check through a slot in the door. Except for the road, it seemed a nice park and certainly was convenient from the highway. - Lke
May 2018 - $20.00
We stayed here two nights. Nothing fancy. Mostly full timers occupy the park. No bathroom/shower facility. Very nice owner. Price was great at $20/night. We had a pull through site. Sites have concrete pad and full hookups. Very convenient, right off 69. Would stay here again. - cwbassman
Jul 2017 - $23.00
Plain gravel pull-through. Mostly level. No one in office. We just found a spot, filled out a pay envelope and pulled in. No frills place for an overnight stop. - rfmscat
Jun 2016 - $22.00
No frills park convenient for an overnight stop transiting the area. Many full time resident RVs many of which were pretty run down. Monthly rent is only $300 which explains why. As a transient one night stop it is more than sufficient. Wifi was very good. FHU site, some road noise from the 2 highways which are fairly close by. Several over the air TV stations mainly from Tulsa. Long pull-through site easily accessible. Rate is $22.50 with Good Sam discount. Very strong water pressure, recommend a water pressure regulator on your water hookup. - Bob & Stephanie
Oct 2014 - $22.00
Actual rate was $22.50 which reflects Good Sam discount for 30-amp pull thru. We didn't hook up water as this was just an overnight stop for us. Fairly level, but as other reviews have noted, the sites needed additional gravel. Mostly full timers in this campground. Pretty much just a basic, no frills campground. - thetravelkids
Oct 2018 - $20.00
Basic 1-nite--good value; small park ~20 sites; quiet; all gravel/grass; tight turns in CG getting to site for Class A motorhome & toad, but entrance ample. Looks like it has areas that would be muddy with rain but sites seem fine. Clear for satellite. Good Verizon cell, ATT data Nice couple running it. - ragtop45
Nov 2017 - $20.00
The proprietors were friendly and attentive. It appears that they are currently renovating the motel rooms and have future plans for the RV area. This is a full hook up, no frills campground. No landscaping - and it is located behind the motel and a restaurant. There is a local police officer staying at the park so I felt safe. There was highway noise - but I always have earplugs - so it wasn't a problem. Sites were level and small. Decent WIFI and pet friendly. OK for a stopover. - CJVJn1Doug
Oct 2009 - $16.00
This park is not to be confused with Western Hills Guest Ranch/Sequoyah Bay State Park that is also near Wagoner and on Lake Fort Gibson. We initially intended to stay here for two nights but the lake was 16 feet above normal and the lakeside sites were under water. There has been a lot of rain in this area recently; hopefully they will recover OK when the water recedes. The park has plenty of big beautiful trees and a lot of things to do and see. A very peaceful place to stay. Has very good TV reception via antenna. The restroom/showers were clean. I will definitely return in the future. - DavyD
Mar 2017 - $20.00
This state park is on a high peninsula sticking out into the lake. The park has a few shade trees but it is more exposed than not. We arrived in on a day that hit 92F and we baked. The wind was high and our trailer rocked and rolled with the blasts. There were wild fires south and west of us and the smoke was very thick so we didn't go out much. Overall it is a rather standard state park with spaces somewhat closer than I would like. There are some sites with sewer, and since we wanted to do laundry we took one, but they are immediately adjacent to the dump site which meant stink and a lot of traffic. One thing we did really enjoy was there was a spring eruption of migrating birds so we got to see a huge variety of birds in large flocks including northern flickers, woodpeckers, jays, chickadees, juncos, starlings, blackbirds, nuthatches and several other species. We stopped here to be close to the Cherokee Heritage Centre which is 15 miles away. We thoroughly enjoyed the Heritage Centre and the coincidence of the spring migration but otherwise there was nothing special or noteworthy about the park. Regarding service basically there is none. This is a "self serve" park. You arrive and there is no one there, no information at the gate and no directions on what to do. You find a site you like without a "reserved sign" on it and then you park. There are no additional services like firewood. Eventually the very nice and well informed ranger will find you so you can pay him. The ranger knew every local site and had lots of tips. - Judy Birchland
May 2016 - $24.00
When we arrived, we could not find anyone to help us. All areas were closed except one, which had poor camping pads, water connections 20 feet away, uneven, and very close together. We decided to leave the same day. In my judgment, this CG is a disaster. - Jim Butler
Mar 2014 - $14.00
This is a typical state operated park, clean and well maintained with plenty of room at each site. The campground is surrounded on three sides with water and the views are great. Fire rings, grills, and picnic tables at most sites. Friendly and helpful staff. - Dave Cole