Sayre RV & City Park

Sayre RV & City Park Hwy 283 S
Sayre, OK 73662

Phone: 580-928-2260
Fax: 580-928-3660
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Sayre RV & City Park features 80 RV sites and other recreation opportunities in a fully-shaded park. Guests will enjoy the spacious sites, as well as picnic tables, playgrounds, a pavillion, an old fashioned gazebo and an on-site dump station. Other amenities at Sayre RV & City Park include a 9-hole golf course, swimming pool, lighted walking trails, fishing ponds, livestock arena, miniature golf course and areas for horseshoes, tennis, volleyball and basketball. Sites with 30 and 50 amp services are offered, as well as pull-thru sites and one handicap pad.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Pets Allowed, Pool Outdoor, Pull Thru Sites

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40, Route 66

  • On-site Activities: Fishing, Hiking

From I-40, take Exit 20 then drive north on Hwy 283 for approximately 3/4 mile. Located one mile south of Sayre.

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From Staff on 12/09/14

Dean, for that information, you'll need to check with the Sayre RV & City Park directly by calling 580-928-2260. Happy camping and thank you for using!

From Dean M on 12/08/14

Are you open this time of year? We are looking for a sit for 12 -13-14. What are your rates for a 5th wheel 3 slides. Would like electric.

From Staff on 10/31/14

Dennis, thanks for checking with us! Unfortunately we don't have a GPS address for the RV park, but we can get you very close. There is an intersection with McDonalds, Denny's and a gas station located at 2400 South 4th Route in Sayre. Once you get there, you'll continue north on Hwy 66/40/283 (same road, different names!) for 3/4 mile. You'll see the park's entrance on your left. If you have any questions or need more information, please call the City of Sayre at 580-928-2260. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Dennis on 10/31/14

What is the address of the RV Park? Sure would be nice if that was on your website. Directions say drive n on 283 doesn't quite help. My GPS didn't understand that. Thanks

From Staff on 08/25/14

Chris, we do not have that information, but if you'll call the Sayre RV & City Park at 580-928-2260, the staff there will be more than happy to help you. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Chris on 08/24/14

What is your weekly rate for a 30A pad, 24 bumper pull?

From Staff on 04/29/14

Melinda, if you'll call the Sayre RV & City Park at 580-928-2260, the staff there will be more than happy to help you. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Melinda Self on 04/29/14

Would like to make a reservation for June 1, 2014. We have a 33 ft. Fifth wheel. We'd like 30/50 amp with water? Please let me know how I make contact for a reservation please?

From Staff on 02/18/14

Joyce, we're not sure if a reservation is needed for a one night stay, but if you'll contact the park at 580-928-2260 or by emailing, they will be able to answer you. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Joyce Snyder on 02/13/14

Is a reservation needed for a one-night stay in August, probably a Saturday or Sunday night?

From Staff on 11/04/13

Daryl, we're not sure if a monthly rate is available, but if you'll call 580-928-2260 they will be more than happy to help you. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Daryl Handy on 11/02/13

Do you have a monthly rate? Thank you

From s. jones on 10/09/12

The city park rv sites were fabulous ! The cost - was great... hope to stay there again.

From Dan Townsend on 10/12/11

This is the RV Park in Sayre Okla It is by the Golf Course

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