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13 RV Parks near Dewey, Oklahoma
Aug 2018 - $34.00
This is a small, RV only park on the north side of Bartlesville. It is relatively new at about a year old at the time of this writing. The once water park/go cart track was bulldozed, utilities installed and copious amounts of fill dirt brought in. Interior roads are gravel, the RV pads are gravel and decently level with a small concrete patio. The gravel appears to be a coarse, crushed granite. Pretty large pieces with sharp edges, did a real number on my plastic leveling blocks. Space between sites had been sodded but at least 75% of the sod did not survive, hence it got a little muddy after a brief downpour blew through. There are no bathroom/shower facilities and it is not clear if there ever will be. Utilities couldn't have been better. Power was solid, we ran two A/Cs, fridge, water heater, and all ancillary without voltage dropping below 112V. Water pressure was great, water was soft and tasted good. The owners (which I think was an RV dealership a block south) built the pads with two sewer connections, one near the back and one at mid-way. That made connecting a minimal hassle. There are no trees, yet, so satellite hook-up was solid. The park WiFi was strong and had plenty of bandwidth for the twenty or so campers. Verizon was a little weak in the park proper but strong everywhere else we went around town. I would have rated this park higher had it not been for the nightly rate. I don't think the setting or the quality of the park make it a good value. - jperry29
Mar 2018 - $34.00
New campground. Good: flat, easy to find, large sites. Not so good: gravel roadways and pads that are hard to walk on. Our small dogs couldn't walk on it because it hurt their feet. There is a dog run, but it is weedy. The "grass" around the pads is non-existent. With time it could be a decent campground, but the grounds really really need some work. Plus the shooting range nearby gets old real quick, they kept going until well after dark. Given that there aren't many other nice campgrounds to stay in that will accommodate a large 5th wheel or motorhome, it was adequate for an overnight stay. - Tai2008
Sep 2017 - $36.00
It looks like they opened this place before they finished building it! It is over priced for the amenities provided and the condition of the sites and service roads. There is a poured cement "patio" that sits 4" to 5" above the level of the parking site. Do they plan to build up the site to the level of the patio? The parking site, as well as, the service road, is mixed size large gravel and rock that is difficult to walk on. Our site was not level. It is best to pull close the the cement patio so that you can exit your rig and step out onto the patio rather than the gravel/ rock mix. Our site had a picnic table and a fire ring but the "grass" in the site looked like mowed weeds. There was a laundry room, a gazebo with bench seating around the interior edges (no tables or chairs), a children's playground set, and a fenced dog walk as additional amenities. Apparently there is a club room with bathroom accommodations (?) but it closes when the single staff agent goes home at 5:30 or 6:00 pm and we did not have a chance to inspect it. Other than a bathroom for the club room, there are no other bathroom or shower facilities that we could find. - dicknjoan6
Sep 2019 - $31.00
Very nice, on the river, gravel and many permanent residents that were noisy and drove fast through the park. Easy hookups, spacious, good wifi and cable. Friendly folks and campers. Decent spot for an overnight stay although it rained a bit and our site was very messy and muddy. - jimnlo1949
Nov 2018 - $18.00
Stayed here one night while passing through. We were given good directions and managed to get through the road work and into the park without issue. We were given a large pull-through site, but backed out because it would have been a tight turn in front. We were glad to have a place to stay so we could visit with relatives. The folks at the front desk were friendly and super-helpful, and the all-in-one restroom was clean and private. - Denise and Glenn
Nov 2018 - $35.00
Had a good 2 night stay here. The park was clean and easy to navigate. There was a great Mexican restaurant close by. No hassle here- I was checked in and left in peace! - Ryan7361
Apr 2019 - $20.00
Secluded park on Copan Lake, Oklahoma. Our view was perfect with the lake view in our back and kitchen window. This is a very clean and appeared to be a little used park as there are other parks closer to the main highway. The roads and pads are a little tight but we managed ok with our 42' fifth wheel. Would highly recommend staying here. - Dean Erickson
Aug 2019 - $20.00
The whole park is covered by oak trees! Close to the water, well maintained grounds. Exceptional playground for the kids. Each site has a concrete picnic table, fire ring, grill and nice prep table with lamp hook. Great for fishing, bike riding, and relaxing. We thoroughly enjoyed our 4 days here. No sewer at site, dump station, but otherwise pretty close to perfect. - khogan
Jun 2017 - $10.00
Wah-Sha-She campground is a former Oklahoma State Park located on Hulah Lake north of Bartlesville and close to the OK/KS border. We had difficulty finding it with our GPS which took us to a nearby town. We called the helpful lady at the listed number and she told us about recent flooding at nearby Copan Lake which has closed Hwy 10. She gave directions for the detour around the closed highway and we arrived at the campground. Thanks to her for a patient and helpful attitude! The campground is now run by a group of hard-working volunteers through a non-profit organization. These are locals, with other jobs, just working hard to save a local treasure. Hulah Lake (and I suppose Copan Lake) is a Corps of Engineers flood control structure. There were a several people at the campground who were fishing and they seemed to be doing quite well. The lake is beautiful. The campground was flooded recently, and the volunteers were busy clearing driftwood and mowing grass. The campsites are spacious and almost all are under a canopy of lovely oak trees. Sites have electricity and water and there's a dump station behind the clean bath house. Other than a supply of ice for sale, there were no amenities at the campground. Cell signal is sufficient, there is no wi-fi. The campground is about 15-17 miles to Bartlesville and 26 miles to Pawhuska. While there are few amenities, the campground is in a beautiful setting on Hulah Lake. (Most of the locals refer to the campground as Hulah Lake campground which might be helpful if you ask directions). According to this news article (www.examiner-enterprise.com/news/local-news/project-will-close-state-highway-10-copan-dam), Highway 10 will be closed for construction for 6-9 months, starting June 1 2017. The article also indicates that the highway department is working to get up better detour signs. This would be helpful!! Please support this campground, and the non-profit that is working so hard to save it! - Piperjim
Sep 2016 - $10.00
The campground is now operated by a nonprofit group and named
Wah-Sha-She Park http://www.hulahlakeosage.com/.
It is a lovely campground with sites right on Lake Hulah and includes a boat ramp.
They do NOT take reservations, but there are over 80 sites and there were campers there in September.
I was treated to my first viewing of American White Pelicans. I guess you can tell I'm an easterner. The sunsets over the lake were spectacular. - John-Jean
Apr 2011 - $20.00
Very nice under utilized State Park campground. Many sites back up to lake. All sites have shade. Very clean and quiet. No local TV reception. Storm shelter on CG loop. 50 and 30 amp sites. We will stay here again. - sandstravels
Sep 2019 - $20.00
This place is great! The sites are definitely weird though. We had site #3 reserved. I wasn't sure which way to pull in. After setting up, my surge protector said low voltage on one of the 50A lines! I moved to site #5 which is better anyways and it was good to go. I told the park manager about the low voltage in the other site and they blocked it off right away and called an electrician. The park was clean and right in between Pawhuska and Bartlesville. The bathrooms and showers are not as scary on the inside as they look on the outside. We did see a lot of ticks in the area. The dump station is also very awkward to get to and I had to circle the park a couple times to get there. This is a beautiful and quiet park though. We will definitely be back! - KC10Chief
Aug 2018 - $22.00
Osage Hills is a very nice older camp that is close to local attractions such as Woolaroc, Tall Grass Prairie preserve and the Pioneer Woman Merchantile (the food was average, I would not wait in line for it). Sites are somewhat challenging to back into if trailer is over 26 feet. We just fit with a 29 foot trailer. Trailers over 30 feet should reserve site 1, 3, 6, 14, or 15. Hiking trails are nice and overall campground experience is great. Only negative is dump station is somewhat challenging to get to if parked in inner loop, must go around outer loop to access. - Tammy G
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Lovely park! Very clean, nice cement pads for camper and truck, lots of shady trees. We stayed on site 15, perfect for our big 5th wheel! We stayed two days.Very quite too! May I add, big sites too. We would definitely stay here again! A few trees could be trimmed up too, a few low hanging branches on some sites. Nicest park that we stayed in while on vacation! - Rosa Harris
Jul 2018 - $20.00
Birch Cove was a quiet campground with clean bathroom facilities. We stayed in our travel trailer and our friends had a tent. We were ok without a water view as many sites with a view seemed much more crowded than ours. We had woods in the back and one side, which means we were not sandwiched by other campers - private feel. We did not use the mounted stand up charcoal grill at the site but it was in great shape with a Shepard hook attached for hanging your lantern. The picnic table was made of concrete which made for a sore behind after a few rounds of cards but otherwise, it was nice to have a sturdy table for the 4 of us. The counter height bar was a great addition as our friend used it for his camp stove which gave us more room on the picnic table and he didn't have to bend over when he was cooking. Loved the counter height bar! The fire pit was huge and wasn't rusted out like we find at other campgrounds. We used three different bathroom facilities and all were clean. Always a big plus! Keep in mind that some of the water spigots at some sites seemed a bit further away while other sites seemed as if they were not intended to have water and people just shared water with their neighbor. We used just one 25 foot hose to reach the water, however, we did see a one camper with 3 hoses attached which we can only assume it was three 25 foot hoses. If you are unsure, just call. The camp hosts were friendly and I am sure could help you out on this. The beach area was clean but full sun. We did spend about 2 hours here on our visits and there were maybe a dozen other people on the beach. I believe no alcohol is allowed at the beach. - AmyRe911
Jul 2015 - $18.00
Has secluded lots which we need because we have a loud, aggressive sounding dog. Is less crowded then other campsites. Beautiful, lots of trees and spacious sites. We have a trailer and put up a tent for our kids. A downside is that water is not always "accessible" unless you have a 100 foot hose. We go with a full tank of water. And we had the power go out briefly once but they fixed it pretty fast. We go back time after time - it is very peaceful. - CKW1
Sep 2011 - $18.00
This is a beautiful campground but the lake is very small. I believe we would have enjoyed our stay, however, upon arrival we were told the entire camp was without electricity. We stayed the 1st night, in uncomfortably warm 100+ temperatures, then left the next day. We will probably try staying here again someday. - cabincrazy