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2 RV Parks near Kenton, Oklahoma
Oct 2018 - $22.00
The road on the way in is rough, so add a little time to your travels if you don't want to lose a tooth. There are only two 50-amp spots so reservations are a must if you want one of them rather than 30-amp. The layout in the RV area is weird (our space was easy) but we wondered how other campers would have parked had there been more of them. The back of our site #24 was underneath a bright street lamp. The tent sites we saw were very nice, some of them really cool among the trees and boulders. The park is very pretty, and we would have liked it even more if we'd had good weather, but we got skunked on that. Add to that the fact that we had no usable cell reception whatsoever and only a teeny bit of wifi near the ranger cabin, and it made our four days seem longer than they were, unfortunately. There are some trails in the park which, while not long, are nice, and you can get plenty of walking on the park roads if you like. It is also close to the 8.4 mile Black Mesa Summit trail, leading to the highest point in Oklahoma, which we did on the one day it didn't rain on us. It is not close to any other towns or services, so come prepared for your stay. The showers had plenty of hot water. - Chasing Dirt
Mar 2018 - $22.00
Bathrooms and facilities were extremely clean and we commented how well the park was taken care of. There is very little to do here, but we enjoyed the quiet clean campground. Fishing was amazing for a small little hole and the staff was very pleasant and cordial. Great place to camp, but bring something to do. - Mark_S
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Took a bit of driving to get there and it was an extremely windy day so stressful. Nice park because it is out and away from town and the stars gazing was nice. We had no wifi or TV or internet, kind of nice to be away from all that. Ranger was very helpful. The site was so level we did not need to put the jacks down. The park was very peaceful. - mountainfan
Nov 2018 - $25.00
Cute park, which is good for an overnight. Full hookups, mini golf, horseshoes if you have the time. Self-pay, cash only drop box. Level sites and easy pull in/out. Bathrooms could be a problem if park gets busy, since laundry is in the same room. Only thing disturbing is that the fresh water taps are right next to the sewer hookup. - Fitzjohnfan
Sep 2018 - $25.00
This little park was just fine for an overnight stay in an area where there aren't choices. The owner was super nice. Drop box for payment if she isn't around. Full hookup. Sites were level, grass and gravel. We felt safe. Quiet. Across the road from a school and small park. We were there with only 1 other camper. Not a destination but would definitely stop again. - busyteach
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Great stop for an overnight. Cash only in a drop box near official entrance. (There are several access points into the park. The main entrance is the narrowest. Reccomend entering from Van Buren to pick your site.) Although we had no physical interaction with owners, I believe they live close by. Very friendly on phone. Choose your site when you arrive. WiFi works but slow. Plenty of length for our 40' with tow. Some sites have covered picnic area. There is ONE bathroom with a shower for the campground. Very clean but lighting poor in shower after dark. Level spaces. There is train noise but few horns between 10 pm and 6 am. There is a popular city park across the street. Good Verizon service and FHU (Although we only used w/e) - Terry P