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7 RV Parks near Okemah, Oklahoma
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Okemah. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Okemah in the left hand column.
May 2013 - $18.00
Nice campground with level concrete slabs and level.The rate is senior rate.We only stayed here cause it's the only on listed for Okmulgee. The road in is narrow and winding up and down hill.You have to go through Okmulgee Lake State park to get here and they have several RV sites that are water and electric. I would have stayed there if I knew. Save some driving on narrow roads. It is a nice park but I would stay in the closer one. - nedmtnman
Aug 2010 - $20.00
We enjoyed this campground very much. The sites were all nicely paved and level. They were good sized and very easy in/out sites. It is rather remote and secluded, so therefore was pretty peaceful. The lake is a bass fishing lake so the boat traffic was minimal. There is a fishing dock and a nice sandy swimming beach/day use area. And there is a nice group RV area. The dump station was conveniently located and easy to access. Okmulgee State Park was only 3 miles away. The scenery here was beautiful and they had some very nice hiking/nature trails. The bathrooms/showers at our camp ground were clean but were really not within walking distance of our campsite. Otherwise our stay here was great!! We will camp here again. - RN4ustat
Aug 2009 - $30.00
Really nice park. We paid a bit more to get a premium site that was on a point overlooking the lake. It was picturesque. We stayed here in early August over a weekend and it was deserted. The manager told us that the schools in the area were already back in session at that time. We were only passing through for 1 night but would definitely come back for a longer stay to take advantage of the lake and marina. Clean, well maintained park. - 99fan
Aug 2015 - $25.00
We have a 45' bus towing a mid size SUV, about 65' total length. After driving on surface streets too narrow us and another car to pass, we arrived at the campground to find the fence gate was too narrow to allow us to turn into the park. This was after driving through low hanging trees.
If you really have a big rig, better to pass this one by. - AprilWhine
May 2014 - $25.00
This Is the only rv park in Henryetta, OK. We stayed here 3 nights only because it was the only camp ground in town to stay out to attend a family function. We made it work for that. the park is next to the freeway where the road has been torn up and is loud all night. Also the train tracks are right next to it. Positive-the pull thru sites were big, price was good, and the cable TV was excellent. There are some mobile homes that the police seem to frequent every night we were there. The office staff was very nice and helpful, the laundry room was clean and machines worked well! If you have to stop there the hook ups are nice but get ear plugs! - 10shifter
Mar 2012 - $25.00
As the previous reviews mentioned, "Any port in a storm." I stayed here for two nights trying to avoid tornadoes in surrounding states. Let's just say: the owners/managers are very nice and accommodating; and it's CHEAP! However, cash or check only, no credit cards. The 3 pull throughs mentioned in earlier reviews: I have a sneaking suspicion that those 3 sites are kept for overnight. When I arrived, I was immediately offered a pull through, although there were plenty of back in sites available. However, the three pull throughs are close to the freeway. But on the other hand, they are the nicest and most level sites in the entire park. The cable TV has plenty of channels to watch, but it fades in and out. If you are desperate for TV, you can switch to antenna and pull in a decent amount of digital channels. No laundry facilities or bathrooms. But hey, any port in a storm and it's CHEAP! As a solo, I felt safe here. - DXSMac
Mar 2010 - $0.00
Where can you camp in a quiet spot next to a lake for free! The sites appear at first look to have power, but the electricity to the sites has been disconnected. Sites are pull through and identified by a table and a trash can. Since there was not a sign for the campground I contacted city hall to make sure the campground was still open. They said there was no charge, but warned me that the gate to the campground was locked at 10pm every night. It was very relaxing. We were the only campers, and even daytime use of the park was limited to a few joggers, and a little league practice. The park is a couple miles South of town on Lake Road. - Traveling man
Nov 2018 - $20.00
A convenient place to spend the night, just off the highway. Staff checking us in seemed sidetracked. Gravel site was level side to side, but not front to back. Diner had decent food at fair prices. WiFi did not work. Good over the air tv. Downside, this was the noisiest place we have ever stayed, nearly impossible to sleep. - laughing.crone
Jun 2018 - $28.00
This park is perfect for an overnighter on our way home. Opted for the concrete site. Very level and easy to get into. You check in at the Convenience Store. Had dinner at the Roadhouse Diner. Pretty good food. They need to fill in the gravel near sites 9 & 8 near the park exit. - Possumvalleybrndr
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Pulled in here in rain storm to fill up. Decided to call it a day and use the RV park. Even in the worse conditions this place is a gem. Gravel pull thrus $20 FHU, WiFi, store, fuel, restaurant. Very friendly staff in travel center. Easy off, easy back on to I-40. Has laundry on site and some cabins to rent. You can't beat this place. If you don't like gravel there also is very nice concrete sites for $30. - tbax46
Jan 2018 - $12.00
Our second off-season stay at Sportsman Lake Park. We had a whole campground loop to ourselves so it was very quiet at night. But this time the water was off due to the cold, so we used up the small amount of water in our fresh water tank and dumped at the RV dump. Therefore we were only charged the very low W/E rate. The park is quite a distance from I-40, but we generally use US 270 when heading to or returning from Mena, AR anyway. - fanrgs
May 2017 - $20.00
Stayed for two nights in cove 3 sites 4-7. Stayed in a site with full hookups with sewer so we didn't need the bathhouse which was a good thing, the toilets were stopped up and dirty. The sites were very shady and roomy. Each site has a grill and fire pit. The ranger was very nice and helpful. There was a nice playground for the kiddos. The lake was very nice. A no wake lake. Great for kayaking as there were many necks to explore. Lots of geocaches too. There is a swimming beach and two boat docks in the cove. - Fonda
Oct 2014 - $10.00
This is a small campground with only 10 sites. Only 2 of the sites have 50A (1 & 2, of which 1 is handicap). The sites are a little strange in that services are not always on the right side of the rig and some sites have water and electric on one side and sewer on the other. All sites have a sheltered picnic table but often it is, again, on the wrong side of the site. All sites are pull through but you have to decide beforehand which site you want and which way around you want to be. The camp is particularly set up for the horse trails that surround it so there are horse corrals behind the sites. This does tend to attract flies unfortunately as otherwise it is a nice campground. Likely to be heavily used on weekends by the horsey set so you may wish to reserve a site if you plan on being there on a weekend. - KiwiRVer