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14 RV Parks near Central High, Oklahoma
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Central High. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Central High in the left hand column.
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This park is by far the worst park that we have ever stayed at. Bathroom and laundry facilities were nice and clean. The park manager will go around and look for stuff that they can constantly keep charging for, that's not on the website or in any paperwork that is signed when you get here. All gravel no grass and only a couple trees. We signed for a month and left a week early. Would not recommend this park to anybody. - Dillondw
May 2016 - $9.00
Clean, well maintained park. Nice variety of sites with good lake access and nice views. Sites not crammed together. Good fishing. Courteous staff. - Nodrawers
Dec 2015 - $28.00
This is another park that is okay for an overnight. There were a few seasonals, but the declining oil market has affected them. Friendly office staff, gravel sites. Water was on, but they asked us to remove the water hose at night to prevent a freeze up. The downside for us was all the stickers. Our little dogs were not happy campers. There was a little road noise overnight. - Cameo2010
Aug 2019 - $36.00
No shade. Concrete pads good. Noise from Ft. Sill. Interesting but not a bother. One night stay. No one in office. Had to use posted phone number. Pad number had been phoned to home phone after we left. Found out later. Would stay again. - JTomB
Nov 2017 - $32.00
Barking dogs, low water pressure, bathrooms needed a thorough cleaning due to nasty toilet bowls, dead bugs everywhere, cobwebs in obvious places. Utilities at back of nice concrete pad (pad sloped on end where utilities are), bring extra sewer hose. - Bossgreen
May 2017 - $32.00
Stayed here a week for military reunion. RV park is right of I44 and very close to Lawton/Fort Sill and area activities which is why we camped there. Actual RV sites were fine with concrete level pads, decent space between sites however no shade or trees in park, with water pressure and electricity being very good. Park amenities beyond actual sites sucked. Owners/managers were never around - only contact was a phone number. Wife used free laundry twice and trash was still there 4 days later and the rec room had bugs on floor the entire time. Checked washrooms/showers and would never use them. Problem with park is that NO maintenance/cleaning was ever done to buildings when we were there. Owners/managers seem to have no interest in park other than your money. Will only stay again because closeness to Fort Sill. - SWAMP
Oct 2011 - $125.00
Shower did not have hot water and was dirty. Laundry was closed all the time. We payed for a week but left after two days. The campground needs a lot of work before we will ever use it again. - mikebocko
Jul 2017 - $23.00
This is also known as the White Wolf crossing campground if you are on post. If you are not military you must enter post at the Sheridan Road gate and get a pass for each individual coming on post. The campground can be entered by a couple of different routes, but both allow for easy access to the campground. This is along the Medicine Creek and across the road from the outdoor rec center. The golf course is adjacent and just to the north, so the area is very quiet except for some rush hour traffic. Water is good and some sites have 50 amp service. Most people overlook this campground. It was about 1/2 full.
The sites on the north side have sewer, water and 50 amp. Did not find any cable connections. The restrooms are right behind the sites on the north side.
A housing area is on the south side of the creek. There is a pool there, but you have to check at the adjacent office about access if not military. - okdiver
Feb 2017 - $17.00
Recently refurbished sites. Easy access. Definite keeper. - LostSoulCa
Sites: 90 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 13 Reviews
Jun 2018 - $10.00
This RV Park is more like a trailer park where people live full time than a Rec. Area. Almost every site has many items laying about under and around the RVs there. The park is also surrounded by a berm so that you have no pleasant view of the lake at all. The nice park area where we used to park is now all cabins with no RV sites available. If you have always wanted to be trailer trash, then this is the park for you! Avoid this RV park unless you just need a place to stay for a night on your way to somewhere. - tankman45
Jun 2017 - $25.00
This park was full and all the best sites with a view are taken by full time people who live here. The restrooms and showers both men and women were in need of cleaning. We came to take grandkids swimming at the beach across the street. There were a couple hundred kids there and almost no place to swim or toss down a towel, so I guess every soldier here brought the kids out so swim. If you are not military you now have to enter thru the visitors center on Sheridian Street and Highway 62, about 20 miles away to get your visitors pass which is good up to a week I think. Then you have to drive your RV all the way thru the base at 20-35 miles per hour for about 20 miles. If you are passing thru this is not handy and takes lots of time, but if you are here for a military function on base it is great. Note: Most cell phones do not work here, and wifi is iffy at best. The little store only has snacks so be sure to buy food before you come. This is a military base, no guns, ammo, or knives with a blade more than 3 inches. You concealed carry permit is not legal on this base, nor your gun. You can register a gun to bring on base, but it goes into a national federal database, if that matters to you. - SWTravelors
Jul 2014 - $30.00
Nice area by lake, but no shade trees. Large spaces, but no cable & had to be outside to get 4G cell service. It's on Ft. Sill so it's a bit of a hassle getting on & off base and the artillery being shot will shake your rv some! Park has nice facilities & play areas for kids! Not sure if we'll stay there again. Don't like not having use of my phone. - User3413
Oct 2016 - $30.00
We only stayed a few days but would've stayed longer if we had time. Loved having water, electric, sewer, and WIFI! The owner was laid back and friendly. Being right down the road from the Ralph's Resort boat ramp was convenient. - MorrisM
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Private park-located behind the owners home. 21 sites. Gravelled lots but surrounding grass areas. Great view of the hills and the trees. Super great water pressure. ***Important- storm shelter available. Approximately 15 minutes from Chickasha Oklahoma. Pet friendly. Grass area to walk pets as needed. Very nice owners. - witchey1
Apr 2018 - $13.00
All sites at Lawtonka East park have a wonderful view of the lake. They all have a cement patio that is covered and has a grill, picnic table and fish cleaning table. Sites closest to the lake were $20 With no discount available. Sites furthest from the lake were $17 or $13 for seniors. You pick an open spot and they will come around to collect the fees, which are posed at each site. Electric boxes are not well placed if you are in a motor home and would like your door to face patio, but that was not important during our stay as it was freezing cold with gale force winds. There is a dump station and water stations are available throughout the park. You must fill your tank since no direct water hookups are allowed. The restroom/showers were clean and the water was hot. The building is older, but we'll maintained. Our rig would not connect correctly to the 50 amp at first and they sent someone over quickly to check it. The 30 amp was fine. The maintenance people said it checked out fine, which is something we have had happen a few times before since the surge protector on our MH is very sensitive. When I tried the 50 amp after they left, it was fine. This is a beautiful spot and close to Medicine Park, Fort Sill and Lawton. It is first come first serve. I could not find a phone number to check on availability, but guess that is not a problem when it us 25 degrees. It gets busy later in the year. - ahmavic
Mar 2017 - $13.00
We had to ask a camper to learn that Premium sites had a green shelter and Non-premium sites had tan coloured shelter. One small bathroom for all CG. Showers had no seats, hooks, racks or curtain and had to put towels, clothing, kit on the dirty floor. One water spigot near bath for entire CG. Had to drive across grass to access site, elec pods on wrong side for TT door to face lake. Nicely level site, every site had shelter w table & grill. Poorly marked entrance off hiway, confusing directions at entrance, no pay station, employees collect payments. $13 is a "Senior Rate". - dave3114
Nov 2016 - $15.00
This is a nice city park with electric only. Water is available to fill up your tanks and there is a dump. We were in a premium site next to the water. The $15 rate is the "off season" rate for the premium sites. There are also other sites that are cheaper and offer a senior discount. There isn't much in the way of shade here but we didn't need it in November. The views of the Wichita Mountains are spectacular. The electric worked well. Probably the only negative was that the sites are not well defined and you drive over grass to get to your site. It had rained the day we arrived and we had lots of mud on our rig. Would stay here again. - jacknpeg