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4 RV Parks near Watonga, Oklahoma
Oct 2018 - $30.00
Scenic place that was very quiet, beautiful stargazing on clear nights. Inspiration Point trail is worth the hike, and the golf course is really fun. - Bob806
Jul 2017 - $22.00
This state park is highlighted by the cold natural springs that flow through the area. This family friendly beauty has something for everyone and is super budget friendly. A well kept golf course, colorful miniature golf, double seat paddle boats, rentals for kayaks and canoes. The large swimming pool has 2 slides, a rock wall for climbing and diving in and a splash pad accessible from outside the pool area. A large lake is great for fishing and boating.
The highlight of this historic park is the natural spring that flow through the entire area. Cold water is a refreshing respite after hiking one of the many trails that wonder through the mountains.
A general store is within walking distance of all the camp sites. Appreciated details are newly renovated bathrooms and showers, friendly park rangers and staff. Sites are everything ranging from tent, partial and full full service. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring and small grill. Find a favorite spot while you are there? Make a reservation on the internet. We will be back! - Suzyrenee
Nov 2016 - $27.00
This park is a "resort" park. We were disappointed in their use of the word "resort". It did have a lodge, restaurant and golf course, but this is a very old park. The lack of signage is really an issue. We had no idea where we were going when we came in and called the park office to make sure we were heading to the campgrounds. The park office is located in the lodge which isn't near the campgrounds. Our site was a FHU with a concrete pad. All utilities worked good. In the campground there was a General Store and miniature golf course but both were closed while we were there. We tried to do some hiking but the trails are not marked at all and there were so many places where the trail took off a different direction that we just turned around and went back. The Xeroxed map of the park and trails was unreadable. We probably wouldn't stay here again. - jacknpeg
Oct 2018 - $14.00
We stayed in Canadian, there is an additional COE campground further down the lake. We were in Loop A, in the middle of a prairie dog town. So neat. Had to watch where you walked due to the holes but they are so cute. This is a new campground, a tornado wiped out the previous and the COE rebuilt. Large pull thru sites, covered patio, and table, level, on a hill overlooking the lake. If you want trees you will need to go to Loop B. - Wandering
Sep 2018 - $12.00
We were driving thru and based on our good experience with COE's in the off season, we tried another one for our overnight. This place was just right for us, nice level concrete sites with a gazebo, beautiful view of the lake and super quiet with only 6 other campers. We were in A section on site 42, the newest part. Fall weather so we didn't need shade. Just can't beat the price. We are a couple so don't need all the extras, but we like a clean place with a view and things to be clean. - busyteach
Aug 2017 - $12.00
We stayed the week before Labor Day and the campground was almost empty (but is fully booked for the holiday weekend). The park has basically two separate parts, an older section with lots of shade but uneven back-in sites and limited electricity in combination with water. None seem to have sewer, but a dump station is available. The newer section has excellent back-in and pull-through sites, level concrete with full e/w/s and patios, but trees aren't grown out yet. All sites are roomy, clean, and well maintained. Registration person was friendly and pointed out the features (and differences) between the two sections. - ausonius
Aug 2016 - $10.00
I am new to this site and getting into RVing but I grew up in this campground and all around Canton Lake. It was the place to go with my grandparents, and Big Bend was where we stayed 90% of the time. The lake has been down in the past years due to OKC using the water and a drought but it is now over full. We never had any issue going here and always enjoyed the walk up to the top of the hill to the shower house, it meant having to take a shower and getting to play on the playground.
Also, the gas station at the top of the hill before you enter the park was always a good place to go for a cheeseburger!! I am not in my late 30's and can't wait to get our first family camper and head here with my young family!
The Cons- I rated it a 8 overall because there is always room to get better. I don't believe there is any WiFi but when I am out at the lake, I would prefer to disconnect with the world. As this area is prone to storms, it would be nice if there were storm shelters near by but I know people in the past on the Canadian side used the hardened bathroom/shower houses. The shower house on Big Bend has an open roof in some places. When there was really bad weather approaching that could produce a tornado we always drove into the town of Canton and went to a church basement.
I hope this helps, as I do love this place of the world. The price above was just a guess as my grandparents always payed the bill and the last five years or so worked in the summer picking up tree limbs and flipping signs posts. - Steigergreen
Jul 2013 - $11.00
Rate reflects Golden Age pass. The park itself is very nice, although it appears to be an older COE park. I'm basing this on the narrower roads than in many other COE parks, and the older restrooms and shower facilities. The entrance into the park itself is narrow, and the 4 miles of county road leading to the park is VERY narrow with patches and no shoulder. Parking pads themselves are narrow, though many are quite long. The biggest problem for us were the low-hanging tree limbs. At 13'6", we could only clear less than a dozen. Long rigs will also have a bit of an issue backing into the sites, which are also narrow. This is probably normally a very busy lake in the summer; this year the lake is down a ways, so there were quite a few available -- just few we could get into. Due to the low limbs and bad road coming in, we probably wouldn't stay here again. - HDT
Apr 2013 - $11.00
Nice clean & quiet campground. Sites were spacious with large space between campsites. Ours had enough room for a tent. This was our first time here. We stayed 4 nights & would return again. - stella fouche
Apr 2019 - $40.00
We were only here for an overnight, so it fit the bill for that. It's right off the highway. Sites for the one-nighters are literally in the parking lot, and you are jam-packed in. I felt a little claustrophobic, but again, it was only for an overnight... No good place to sit outside at your "site". They do have what looks like more scenic spots in the woods if you plan on staying longer? Full hookups. Stayed here with a 26' travel trailer. - A New Chapter
Oct 2018 - $38.00
As usual, we had a level, gravel, pull through, FHU site in front of the office. It was satellite friendly and the WiFi was good enough for our minimal (e-mail and web surfing) needs. The bathrooms were clean. - Jerry S
May 2018 - $36.00
RV sites very close together. But the Kamping Kabins were all lakefront and over a little hill so they were isolated and lovely. Very convenient to I-40 and Oklahoma City. Lots of noise from the interstate. - Hartleyfam