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15 RV Parks near Kenwood, Oklahoma
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Kenwood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Kenwood in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Small state park I have camped at for years and over the years it has been good and bad but the park host now seam to be really trying to keep it clean and maintain it will the state cutbacks. ATT service was good and we enjoyed our stay. - Back to the basics
Apr 2012 - $18.00
The rate reflects a $2 seniors discount. This small park has 18 back-in RV sites with water and electric (20/30/50 amp), and 70 tent sites. All of the RV sites have a view of the lake. The volunteer hosts are friendly and helpful, and they put a lot of work into maintaining a clean facility, despite state budget cutbacks. The Verizon data signal is useable, albeit a bit slow, but the voice service is solid. All of the major TV networks are available via antenna. We will return again when we are in the area. - NYDutch
Sep 2018 - $42.00
clean campground level lots nice and quiet. no cable good wifi. you will need an extension cord if you back in. Office does have extra cords if needed. would stay again. - STLCamper
Jun 2018 - $42.00
This is our second trip to this park. The views are unreal, with water access. Sites are level gravel with grass in between. There's a large green area in the middle for kids and pets to roam. I give it a 9 instead of 10 because the hookups are on the opposite side (unless you're a class A pulling in front first). On our first try our 20 ft sewer hose wouldn't reach and we had to move the camper. Our 25 ft tv cable didn't reach. The office does offer a longer power cord if needed. We had a severe storm and used the storm shelter. Is great. Bath house is clean and nice. Clean coin operated laundry. Fantastic decks overlooking water with picnic tables. Kids loved fishing right at the water. Also good fishing from boat slips. Kids loved swim dock. Will return each year if we can! - khogan
Mar 2018 - $30.00
Had a site overlooking Grand Lake, beautiful view. Sites are gravel, roads in & out are asphalt. Had some issues connecting to both water and power. Had to run extra extension under the trailer and towards the front of the site to reach the power connection. Not a huge issue. Park was full, service by the staff was good, didn't use the bathhouse. Property has a boat dock which we have used in past for our jet ski, but not this time. - drw-cpa
Sep 2015 - $40.00
I went by the last review in 2010. Bad mistake. We spent 1 month here due to $$. I couldn't find anyone to pay for 5 days. Their sites are mostly 30 amp, with a few 50 amp. Full hookups behind the trailers, no sewer in the wooded area. No dump station. They tell people to use an empty lot that has sewer to dump at--which has no water at it to rinse with. I had to put in a number for the site. It's just a huge grassy area with oddly numbered numbers to hook up to. I never did know what our site number was. 3 dogs roam the park & are in their clubhouse on the furniture, tables daily. They haven't had baths in forever & the place reeks. There are no firepits-not even in the tent areas. Picnic tables are broken, picnic area has no tables, beach is overgrown & gone, shoreline is slimy, their "cabins" are nothing but run down old trailers. It looks like a trailer park when you first enter it. Mostly members stay there. I only met 3 other people there not members. Labor day (Monday), they shut off the lights at night as they stated no one was there anymore so they wanted to conserve. The place is pretty, but needing a lot of TLC. A lot! The pool was kept clean, grounds are too, but very run down otherwise. Trailers are a major eye sore. There is nothing around at all. Their online brochure is from 15 years ago. Even the playground is cluttered with broken paddle boats, climbing toys, etc. We also had to move our rv due to bag worms dripping brown all over our rv. Others who came in behind us moved asap too once they saw that mess. Nature can't be controlled, but spraying would have helped with this problem. We would never stay here again. - happy2013camper
Jul 2010 - $10.00
Easy access to this park. A very plain park. You park in the grass, no pads. Not much to do here at the park or around town, unless you have a boat. I don't think we would stay here or in the area again. Good power and we could use our Dish, Verizon phone and aircard. They do have WiFi in the club house. - Awesome Navigator
Jun 2010 - $32.00
This resort is on one of the coves of Grand Lake of the Cherokees. We came here with my parents for a jet-ski vacation. The resort does have a fishing dock as well as a ramp for boats/jet-skis. They also have four slips for boats (free if you are a guest at the resort). We stayed in a section that only had water/electric (30 amp) hook up, but was fine for us. Plenty of shade trees in this section with large sites. These sites were closer to the water as well. They do have about 20 or so pull-through sites with 50amp service. The staff was very friendly. - itsky
Jul 2018 - $45.00
This is by far my favorite place to camp. The view of grand lake is awesome. The people here are extremely friendly and helpful. There is an outdoor pool an indoor pool, teen center, activities every weekend in the summer months for adults and kids, mini golf, b ball court, tennis court, tether ball, very large pavilion, cabins, tent sites, camper sites, boat docks and on site store. The on site store is very reasonably priced. Set 442 is my favorite site in the whole campground...view of lake is spectacular. - Lisa Black
Apr 2018 - $10.00
The biggest negative to this campground is getting here. Narrow 2 lane roads with blind curves and hilly. Plan on dodging tree branches. The closest town is Jay, about 12 miles away. As other reviews have said, it needs some TLC. The CG was not busy so we scored probably the best site in the whole place. Check-in was quick and since we had not been here before, we were escorted to the section they thought best for our size and needs. The campground has plenty of amenities both indoor and outdoor pools, outdoor pool was not open yet. The section we were in is not part of the main area. We had to go back out the main entrance travel about a half mile to go through a security gate to get to our section. Roads inside are decent, some potholes but overall not bad. They have 2 recreation areas for children. Did not see a dog run. The CG has it's own boat ramp. The closest town is Grove - it has a Super Walmart with gas station. The Grand Lake O' the Cherokees is the main attraction for water sports etc. - Sunnygirl
Nov 2015 - $13.00
This is an older Coast-to-Coast park that needs updating. We were able to get a site overlooking Grand Lake since there were very few people in the campground. The park roads are narrow and our big rig hit a few limbs coming & going through the park. Our site was unlevel and we had to use leveling blocks on our front wheels. The full hookups worked well and the park's WiFi service was slow but usable most of the time (we had to reconnect several times while we were there). Most of the sites are underneath trees, so getting a satellite connection would be difficult in the summertime. We had a great view of the lake. Our AT&T service worked well in the park. A number of the sites have only 30 amp service (we got one with 50 amp). - Co-Mike
Jun 2019 - $23.00
Very nice park with lots of trees but was still easy to move through the park. Our site #22 70ft long so we had no trouble fitting 40ft 5th wheel, is very close to restrooms. The hike down to the falls was very nice and easy from campsite, there is also handicapped parking very close to falls. We had 30amp but 50 amp is available in Pull Thru sites. We camped at Natural Falls State Park in a 5th Wheel. - JR and The Boys
Apr 2019 - $15.00
Beautiful park with lots of trees but was fairly easy to navigate our 40' motor home through the park. Very quiet this time of year but imagine it gets busy weekends and summertime. Gorgeous hike down to the falls and creek. - kks
Oct 2018 - $15.00
This is a smaller park with all of the RV sights in a beautiful wooded area. It is a short walk to the waterfall and there are a few nice walking trails. This seems to be a popular place (at least at the time of year that we were here) for people to stay for more than 2 weeks. There were quite a few that moved from spot to spot depending on if that spot had an upcoming reservation. It was all good though. People were friendly and the place was quiet and peaceful. Our site was pretty level, had a concrete picnic table, lantern post, and then a fire ring behind us. - NovarroNomads
Oct 2018 - $30.00
Easy access right after the toll stood on I44.
No one answers phone on the weekends.
Only 10 spots, very clean and they have self check in. Excellent WiFi. Rxpensive given the level of service ($30 per night).
Impossible to sleep since there is on train with horn every hour and lots of road noise from the inter state.
Utilities are very far forward on the site. - BasilFawlty
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Still a great overnight or longer campground. No laundry or restrooms but clean, neat, long and level with excellent wifi. Great base for rte 66 travels. Truck stop near by and Cabin Diesel is on site for engine repairs. They do not do trash pick up. In the past they had trash containers at each site. They have been removed and a dumpster is located nearby site 1 for your trash. - peddy dick
Jun 2018 - $35.00
This is one of our favorite overnight stops when we head east from Arizona. This last stop was our second time. It is a very simple RV park but extremely clean, flat, pull thru's, and full hook ups. The view is amazing of the cattle fields and if you need any work done to your motor-home engine it is right there. - Zoey1
Nov 2015 - $25.00
This RV park is a retirement community of mostly mobile homes but they also have 25 RV sites available for long term stays. The park is under new management and the permanent residents seem to be happy with the change. The grounds are kept immaculate with no junky trailers. We stayed here for two months in the summer and it was HOT but we were able to cool off in the lake since there is a swimming area. I hear the fishing is great although we did not do any fishing. We had to squeeze into our lot between some very close trees but once we were in it was nice. The some of the RV sites in the park are quite a challenge to get into which is probably why they only cater to long term campers but generally, most of the lots are pretty roomy. The residents are all very friendly and we enjoyed our stay. If they offered Wi-Fi and/or cable I'd have given this park an excellent rating. - Gypsy Cat
Dec 2018 - $20.00
Wanted to stay here for two weeks however the park was doing maintenance on the trees etc. So we left early. Great park full of trees and views of the lake down the hill. Also has a boat ramp. Would stay here again. - KingFisher2
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Great layout of asphalt driveways and concrete/asphalt pads among beautiful mature trees!!! This park sits on the top of a hill/knoll and has the lake on three sides! No WiFi, poor OTA TV....but a great park to enjoy the outdoors, lake and on-site swimming pool. Older toilet /shower facilities need updating....but are clean. Wonderful camp host! - Timberwolf1
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Nice little state park. All paved roads and pads. Only set back is they don't have full hook ups. We only stayed one nights, so that was not such a big deal for us. The restrooms are adequate and clean, but could use some updating. They have a large lake for fishing and they do have a fishing dock where the kids were catching some bluegills. There is a very nice clean and large pool that you can use if staying there, and there is no cost to use it. The park is clean and is a nice place to stay. It is not very well marked from any roads, but we had no problem finding it. - bcamperman
Oct 2018 - $25.00
Bernice at Grand Lake was a nice camping area for us and our dogs. We had quite a few sites to pick from, and enjoyed our lake view so much. Nice concrete pads, lots of grassy areas for the dogs. We had 30 amp and water hookup. There looked to be a nice nature trail, but it was closed while we were there as a group was getting it ready for Halloween night. We were somewhat disappointed, but found other places to wander. The sites were fairly close together, but while we were there we didn't have anyone camping nearby. We didn't use the restroom/shower facilities, one was closed (I suppose for the season) and the other did appear older. As with all Oklahoma State Parks, seniors only get $2 off the regular camping fee. We enjoyed our stay and would camp there again when we visit family in the area. - Sue Augustus
Apr 2016 - $23.00
Very nice campground on the lake. Sites would be very close together for a state park if full. Nature Center and walking trail at campground. Fire rings at several sites are small rocks in a circle so not sure if "legal" or not. Right on highway so a bit of noise. All sites are back in. A few smaller sites are right on the lake. No attendant or camp host at this time of year so picked site and paid the iron box. Garmin GPS and Apple maps had different directions. iPhone map app was closer to I44 than Garmin RV route. - NanciRV
May 2014 - $20.00
These are all back in sites, if lots of other campers are there it may be difficult to back in a bigger rig. The site was very level with lots of nice shade trees. There were some bugs by water's edge but, not many in our campsite. The park was quiet and clean. We would stay here again. - Pamela & Gerald