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4 RV Parks near Goodwell, Oklahoma
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Goodwell. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Goodwell in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $21.00
This park is right off the highway. The entrance is kind of tight getting into. The office is in the owners home, actually their front room. There was not flat space to fill out any forms and the lady seemed confused as to what to do. I filled out the form myself. The TV was blaring and a little child of about 3 years was running around. My site was number 7 so that I could "get" wifi. It didn't work. The grass was unmoved and the sites were narrow. There were older rv trailers throughout the park with stuff strewn all around the lots. My site had two trees at the end that had branches hanging into the site. All utilities worked as they should. I would not stay here again. I stayed here in a motor home - bones1941
Nov 2015 - $22.00
This is fine to stay in overnight... But not longer than that! Dog poop was everywhere and the bathrooms were not clean. The trees aren't big enough to provide any shade--which wasn't a problem for us since we only stayed the night. This RV park is outside of town. - Travelin-B
Oct 2012 - $22.00
We picked this park because it was the cheapest option, so our 6 is not a complaint, but rather a comment on generally getting what you pay for. We did not see any bathrooms. Sites, though pull-throughs, are quite short. We are only 24 ft plus a tow car. By taking the first spot by the entrance, which was a bit angled and thus longer, we were able to fit. The payment is self-serve with no rate sheet posted, so check the website before you go to see what your rate will be. You drop your payment through a slot in the front door of a mobile home on site. - User2855
Mar 2019 - $30.00
Very neat and tidy RV park...bonus of drive-in theater in the summer, but we were there in March. Weather was very windy so we didn't venture out except to walk the dog. Bathrooms/showers were some of the nicest we've ever seen. Some long-term campers/workers but they were well-maintained units. Lots of rules...definitely not a party RV park! Just overnighted en route home. No sightseeing! - HuskerMama
Oct 2018 - $32.00
Online reservation made. Very pleasant young male employee in office. Great park with green grass by each site. Everything in the park has been kept up very well. - sp123
Aug 2018 - $40.00
The most unique campground we have ever visited! The bath house is better than some motels/hotels we have stayed at. Good camp store. Very level sites. And, during the summer weekends, if you like a good drive-in movie, upgrade to a site with a good view of the giant on-site screen. Settle in with some delicious food from the diner. Then as the sun goes down, grab some fresh popcorn, tune-in on your personal radio, i-Pod or smart phone and enjoy the show. - DHK
Feb 2016 - $22.00
Good for overnight stay in area. We paid an extra $2 for 50amp service. No attendant. We just put our money in an envelope. Lots of long term residents. Could not get onto parks wifi, but our Verizon worked great. Traffic noise was not a problem, but there were trains about three times during the night. Sites were level so we did not have to unhook. - BigR
Jan 2016 - $20.00
This RV park is very nice for those staying for an extended stay. My family has stayed in this park whenever we have to make a stop in the Oklahoma panhandle ever since it opened. As of today, there are plenty of shady trees, grassy areas, space for residents to enjoy. The park is well-maintained. (In the spring and summer months, the flower bed at the front of the park is very lovely!)
Although there are no bathrooms or showers available, the owners have provided a laundromat and cable access. Leashed pets are welcome. The owners are very nice and work hard to provide their guests with a nice stay.
There really isn't an extremely quiet place to stay in Guymon, but this park is off of the highway and it is reasonably quiet. 7 Pines is close to gas stations and restaurants, and is in a pretty accessible area. - Travelin-B
Oct 2011 - $20.00
This appears to be mostly an extended stay park. No office, restrooms or any onsite facilities. There are some shaded sites around the perimeter and some relatively newly planted trees that are far too small to provide any shade. The pull throughs are extremely long but not any wider than the typical park. The rate included Wi-Fi and cable TV. The Wi-Fi worked well and the cable had a good selection of channels. There was some noise from the highway, trains and grain elevator, but I doubt that there is anywhere in Guymon that that is not true. - trailertraveler
Jun 2017 - $18.00
This is a very pleasant RV park with plenty of shade trees and easy, pull-thru spaces long enough for our 37' motor home and toad to stay hooked up. Road was level with gravel and spaces were on mostly level grass. There was no one there when we arrived, so filled out form and left money in envelope which is available at office door. Base price was $10, with a charge of $2 each for water, electric, sewer and A/C. Well worth the price. Even though it was right off the highway, it was quiet. Would definitely stay again. - We3Travel
Oct 2014 - $16.00
Out in the middle of nowhere, on Highway 412, is this little park that has 2 rows of spaces. You don't meet the owner, just take an envelope, fill it out and add money or check and put it in a slot. The rate is $10 per day, plus $2.00 each for water/electric (30 amp only) and sewer. $16.00 for full hookups. Each space has a tree, distance between sites is adequate and even though others have said the sound from the road was heavy, we did not really notice it. Nice little overnight park. If we were in the area, we would stop again. - KomfortTravelers
Jun 2014 - $18.00
The regular rate is $18. This campground is good for an overnight stop. It is located about 8 miles northwest of Guymon on Highway 64/412. No one mans the office; you fill out a form and put your payment in an envelope and drop it through the door slot. The sites are grass and easy to enter and exit and the campground itself is easy to enter and exit. A nice overnight stop, but keep your eye open for it; the state made the owner take down his highway signs. It is on the south side of the highway and close to it, but highway noise is not a problem. r. - fgalend