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7 RV Parks near Maysville, Oklahoma
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Maysville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Maysville in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $27.00
Visiting family found this park on line. Manager very nice. Park is a gravel lot with several permanent residence. Gravel space was long and level, I did not have to disconnect. Electric not too good but it was very hot. Water and wi-fi good. This is a no frills park but was just fine for overnight stop. About a mile of I-35 so no noise. This park advertises itself as a resort. It is not. It is fine for overnight. - workcamper64
Aug 2019 - $25.00
Staff, at the Pro Shop across the street where you check in, was very personable. He helped on the phone and was then at the desk to check us in. I thought we had lucked into a pull through site for our one night stay, but found the outlet plugs to be torn up and missing. So I disconnected the car and used the back in site across the street. Our stay was nice and it was great to get 50amp service so we could escape the heat. It was 104 when we pulled into the campground. Reservations are not accepted. It is close to I-35 so worth a try even if you find no sites available. - Linda Dees
Mar 2019 - $25.00
This campground is a first come/first served; fortunately not many campers this time of year and we were able to pick our site. The left side back-in slots towards the lake seem to be full timers with the right side pull throughs for temporary stays. Sites are not numbered at the site but stayed in the 5th pull through (which we found out was site 5) from the road. Great value at $25 per night for FHUs or $150 per week. You pay at the golf course club-house right across the road. Nice trails around the city park and lake. They also had a small laundry room with one washer and dryer. - MK_Willi
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We had to hook up to the third space before we found one that had power. Couldn't tell what spots had power and were available. One spot had cones blocking it off and then a camper arrived and the trailer next to him had the spot saved. Most of the people are living there full time. Lots of dogs in the park aren't on a leash. You will need to go across the road to the Golf Club house to pay for your space. - BAUH
Jan 2015 - $12.00
Nice park that is way under-used. We were the only campers there over a weekend. The park is small (about 20 sites). The sites are pretty close together and not perfectly level, but level enough that you can deal with it. The whole park is gravel/dirt. All sites have a view of the lake. Trees are fairly plentiful. There was no attendant or park host for the duration of our stay. Though we didn't need it, the restroom building was locked up. Hookups worked perfectly. Sites nearest the lake are full hookups. The ones further back are W/E only. The place was very quiet. Only a handful of fishermen and a couple of boats came through. There are vapor lights scattered throughout the park. Each site has a fire ring, picnic table and grill. Proximity to I-35 is a plus. - Mean Green Kyle
Mar 2013 - $10.00
The last two reviews pretty much says it all, but i do have a couple of comments to add. First of all the full hook up sites are two close so we picked a electric only site which saved us another two dollars. I would not want to stay in this park during the peak season or maybe on weekends. Either could be dusty if no rain. The lake was pretty, and where we parked, we had a great view of the lake but I feel the grounds needed a good clean up. The campground manager was nice, and in all fairness, we would stay here again. The stay here is 14 days at a time but I feel there is a blind eye for longer stays during off season because some of these people looked like they had been there for months. - monaco cruiser
Oct 2010 - $12.00
We have stayed in this campground before, it is quite, trees, fair size sites, tables and fire pits and up-right grill to cook in. Great value and seniors get a great discount. - Retired RVer
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Large grassy area with hundreds of water and electric hookups. We camped there in a large Motorhome during one of the very nice Arbuckle Bluegrass Festivals. There was a huge storm coming in that night and they did want us to park on a higher site so we wouldn't get stuck and did. Nearest town is Davis, for shopping, about 15 minutes away. We would camp here again. Some freeway noise but not too bad. Sites are not numbered in the area we camped in. Some sites are located along the paved road and have lots of shade. - Mexicanpiloto