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18 RV Parks near Coweta, Oklahoma
We did however find 18 campgrounds within 25 miles of Coweta. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Coweta in the left hand column.
May 2013 - $30.00
This is just a place along the Interstate that is OK for the night. We pulled to get out of the thunderstorm weather. This is an expensive site just for gravel with water and power. No cable, no nothing. - Traveller101
Sep 2011 - $30.00
For $30 you get power, water and a fair size gravel pull through site near I-40. Been to places like this that charge $15 and we were happy to have a place to park overnight for the price. Will pass this one by next time due to the high price. - chuckinca
Jun 2019 - $55.00
Hateful people, huge rocks and black mud when you come in, no wifi, some spaces are VERY cramped, took 3 washes and 3 dries for one medium size load. I had to clean the washer and dryer before I used them. Horrible place. - Mary Esther
Sep 2015 - $25.00
This was a last minute stop due to us being behind schedule. We had originally planned to stop further down the road but decided to pull in for the night based on previous reviews being at an "8" with the latest review on September, 2012. This review will hopefully provide an update of the current situation.
It began as I was filling out the paperwork to check in; the "reservation" form wanted to know "is anyone in your party on Probation"? Yes or No. The second question asked "Has anyone been convicted of a felony"? Yes or no and then the year convicted.
This should have been my first clue that something was wrong at this park. When I asked the lady who was checking us in about these questions, she said that a previous camper did not like it when the police came through the campground. Seems that the camper's grandson was in trouble with the police. So now they ask up front if you are in trouble or have been in trouble with the law.
When we arrived at the site (#4) it was a pull through with crushed gravel. There was no cover on the sewer connection pipe. Also the opening to the sewer connection was level with the ground which when combined with no cover allowed dirt, gravel, etc to collect in the pipe.
Grass growing through the gravel pad. No cover on the electrical box which left the circuit breakers and 50 amp outlet exposed to the elements.
The coup de grace happened while I was attempting to connect the utilities at the rear of the motorhome while my wife was inside the motorhome extending the slide outs. Some of the "neighbors" came up to the front of the motorhome looking through the front windshield of the coach while she was working. Needless to say, it bothered her a LOT!!!
This park is filled with folks who live here full-time in their RV's. If there were other over night guests there besides us, they were not readily apparent.
WE WILL NOT BE BACK UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. AVOID THIS PARK AT ALL COSTS!!!! - Maddog11
Sep 2012 - $25.00
Excellent Wi-Fi in Laundry room. Great showers, private stalls for showers and toilets. Washers and Dryers are 1.00 each. Gravel site not level. I think this is a good overnight stop. Large field surrounding park, good for walking a dog. Would stay here again. - Robert R
May 2018 - $25.00
Stayed one night. Nice owner. Gravel site level and long enough to stay hooked up. Full services. A lot of road noise all night long. We had a site in front near the road. Probably much quieter in back. Nice place. Well maintained with nice owners with only downside being the road noise. Good value. Would stay again. - C2CO
Apr 2018 - $25.00
Park right off US 69 and by a Railroad track some road noise but the trains were few and far between. All gravel but did not have much dust. Within a ten mile radius there was 2 Walmarts and a Lowes, Muskogee is about 5 miles South and you can find almost anything you want there, if not Tulsa 40 miles to North West. Staff very friendly and helpful. A lot of pull through sites. We will be back. Stayed in a 40 foot Class A - User3655
Oct 2017 - $25.00
Friendly owners and staff make this a great stopover. There are a number of residents in the back of the park, but nightly folks are right up front. There is a bit of highway noise as the traffic light right in front of the park causes the 18 wheelers to gear up and down. This park is for sale, so its future is uncertain. - rfmscat
Aug 2019 - $27.00
The price was inexpensive and the people were friendly. However, the men's bathroom was shabby (did not use the ladies') One toilet cubicle had no door and the other toilet cubicle had only piping, but NO toilet. The WIFI was inadequate even for an RV Park. - WNC Traveler
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
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Jun 2010 - $21.00
This park is located on the beautiful Fort Gibson Lake. The lake and Fort Gibson Dam are wonderful sites to see. The campground is very large, and has a swimming area marked off in the lake and several play things for young kids. There are two different sides that are separated by the marina, where you can park or rent a boat or jet ski. One side has campsites for camper traitors and/or tents with several bath houses, play yards, picnic areas and even a tennis court. The other is more peaceful and is for fifth wheels or campers, and also has a bath house and small play ground. The staff was friendly and we had a wonderful time. The grounds are somewhat un-kept, its not trashy but could be mowed more often. It's a great place to spend time on the lake, or have a family summer reunions under the pavilions. Would recommend this to anyone staying around Muskogee. - 3paynes
Aug 2016 - $9.00
This campground is okay for a night or two. The roads are easy to navigate and sites are well-spaced and large enough. Most sites have shade trees. The Corps of Engineers is working to improve the park. Host at gate wasn't especially helpful or friendly. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount. - Bobbi1948
Apr 2013 - $10.00
This is a good COE park. Shore power is good, Water pressure is good. Sewer is at a dump station. Water is quite a distance from the site so you need to have extra water hose on some sites. Our site was nice concrete and was long enough to park the trailer and truck on the same site. Other sites are gravel and asphalt and are not very level. I think they are trying to upgrade this park but it will take some time. It is half price with the golden age passport. It is quiet and not a bad place to stay. I would like to give this a better rating but the sites are not that good yet. I would stay here again. - TXBobcat
May 2010 - $11.00
Clean, wonderful view, reasonably close to small towns, road in is county road of about 2 miles, hosts are friendly and knowledgeable. Corps of Engineers campground not to be missed. Good fishing. - mcguyvered
Jul 2019 - $36.00
We've stayed here three times over the years, and nothing has really changed since my April 2013 review. We stayed again for two nights in October 2015 and I saw a certain red political ballcap, hanging in the office. This time I couldn't keep from cracking a joke about said hat - and things went pear-shaped with one staff member. After their bizarre outburst, and the attitude about my military service, I'll never stay here again. Now, if you do stay here, my first bit of advice is to get there well before sunset. The owner will not allow you to move into your space, due to a fear of litigation if a tree damages your rig in the dark. They will have you pull up to their 'temp sites', which are two electric pedestals on the entry road, just past the office - and neither 'site' is level. Since it was still 90F+ outside and we wanted to take a shower, we headed for a hotel room instead, as we would need to level and put out our slides after a 38+ hour drive there for a funeral. The park credited us back for that first night, and the ladies in the office were really great about everything. As for the park itself, the facilities are adequate, and the AC's cover the road noise from I-244 once you go inside. Most of the park is still used by long-term tenants, but 95% of the RVs looked road-ready. Our site was a back in, as they all are, but the staff will guide you to your spot and have you drive across the grass, if possible, to your spot. Ours was plenty long enough, and the utilities were perfect (again, water connection is in a hand-hole below the frost line, so have a knee pad). Sprint and ATT 4G service was excellent, so we didn't use WiFi this time as we were gone with family most of our stay. Cable service was fantastic, with both analog and digital channels coming in clear on our LCD and CRT TV for the 45 minutes we used it in the mornings. The park is aging well, and they have done a fair amount of work on it - but this is not a resort, thus the lower cost. Showers are RV sized, clean and maintained, but have very bad ventilation and lack vanity space for toiletries or a bench. - NavyStore
Jul 2019 - $32.00
We spent a week here, and would only say it is satisfactory. It is a large trailer park that leaves little room between units, which appear to be monthly or workers. It has a large dog park and many dumpsters. The office facilities are nice with free donuts and ice. The restroom/showers are in the clubhouse where most have to visit for wifi. - nation traveler
Nov 2018 - $495.00
We have been here for four months while getting our sticks and bricks on the market to sell. This park is full of a diverse group of people. Some live here, some come and go while passing thru. The office staff and maintenance staff are wonderful! We have met some of the long term folks here and they are true Americana! People working hard to make a living! The sites are roomy enough, everything works great, WiFi is great!!! - Pepperpati
Jun 2018 - $9.00
Typical COE campground - well laid out to take advantage of the terrain. Spacing between sites is a little better than the average COE campground. Sites are asphalt with a gravel or concrete sitting area bordered by timbers. Most sites are level. Interior roads to sites 1-16 (30 amp sites) are just a little narrow, could be a little uncomfortable for a big rig. Sites 18-35 are 50 amp sites. Most of the CG is shaded or partially shaded. The "beach" is poorly defined because the whole CG waterfront is accessible and is used for swimming, fishing, kayak and boat launch. The shore is rock, some sand and mud. The lake bottom has a shallow slope from the CG. Tree canopy is fairly thick so a fixed satellite dish might have a problem, portable dishes should be OK. Good OTA TV - 6-10 channels; Verizon =5/5. The gate is locked at 10PM with no entry. There is an emergency exit. Good security - rangers patrol every few hours. There are a lot of locals using the CG as a day use area, but seem orderly. This CG is dark at night - not a lot of street lights. - Bama Camper
Aug 2016 - $10.00
This is our favorite Corps of Engineers campground near Fort Gibson and Wagoner OK. The Corps is working on making improvements in the park and it shows. All sites now have water spigots. Some sites have been removed, making the existing sites larger. The Corps has laid new asphalt on about half the sites, making them wider and more level. Sites that have not been repaved are in good shape. There is a beach and boat launch here. AT&T cell phone and Verizon MiFi worked well. Dish was hit and miss, but we got the local channels OTA. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2016 - $9.00
It looks like the Corps is giving this campground a facelift. They are removing some sites and making new ones, spaced farther apart. The only problem here is the lack of shade trees. The sites are great, but shade is a must in Oklahoma in August. Camp host is very friendly and helpful. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount. Would stay here again if we could get a site with shade on it. - Bobbi1948
Sep 2015 - $11.00
We loved this COE campground. It is a wonderful place for family camping. Sites are spacious and grassy and shaded. The lake is beautiful has a number of boat ramps and is good for fishing and boating. The sites were paved and level. We had a concrete picnic table and fire ring. We only stayed one night since we were on our way home, but we would definitely stay here again. - webbsafari
May 2019 - $40.00
This is the site of the Tulsa State Fair and many other horse events and shows and the property is huge. Besides the RV park there are at least another 100 sites with full hookups. It is very convenient to visiting the things to see in and around the Tulsa area. While we were there we had a night of tornado alerts. The siren is actually on the edge of the park. We went to the storm shelter which is very close to the park and were in a place with concrete above us and plenty of room for all as well as bathrooms. We were very glad to be in such a safe place. - Rd yacht
Apr 2019 - $40.00
Expo Square is parking lot camping and I imagine it is tight when full. But we were there when it was just a few other RVs. The trees and grass behind the sites are nice for sitting outside. The park was very quiet. The bathrooms and laundry room were clean and nice. The internet was very fast. The woman at the front office was very nice. A security truck drives around from time to time and the area felt safe. It was in a central location for everything we wanted to see in the Tulsa area. The only odd thing is we had someone knock on our door at 1am on Saturday night. They kept knocking and knocking and wouldn't give up. I finally told my husband to open the door and find out what is going on (probably not the best idea and next time we will open the window instead). It was a young lady asking to borrow our phone because she didn't have one. We told her we couldn't help her and she left. I had trouble falling asleep after that because I was a little nervous but I think it was a random occurrence. - OurBigAdventure
May 2018 - $40.00
This is not a regular campground/RV park but for the people doing events at the fairgrounds. No picnic tables, no patio type area. Very narrow sites but when we were there they were letting people use two sites. All concrete but grass and trees between rows. Water pressure went up and down during our stay so we had to use our pump to ensure water during a shower. A good place if you are attending an event but otherwise I wouldn't stay here again. Oh, a plus, the WiFi was awesome! - joans8849