Oklahoma offers many diverse camping options perfect for an RV or motorhome getaway.
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RVers know that there’s nothing sweeter in life than the open road where you can find hidden gems around every corner. Wind through tree-lined roads in search of a quiet campground or hit the highway and set your sights on a fun destination with things to do for the whole family. Whether your RV camping requirements include full hookups, a concrete slab, pull-thru sites or premium waterfront camping, you’ll find just what you need at one of these top-notch RV parks and campgrounds in Oklahoma.
Nestled in the hills of eastern Oklahoma, Greenleaf State Park in Braggs offers spectacular scenery that will make a perfect backdrop for any RV camping trip. RVers will find 23 full hookup sites, 77 sites with water and electric hookups and two handicap accessible sites spread out between four campgrounds: Playside, Gobbler Ridge, Cypress Row and Deer Run. Greenleaf State Park has amenities the whole family can enjoy including a miniature golf course. Teach your children how to fish at the kids fishing pond or visit the on-site nature center and watch their eyes fill with wonder at the plentiful educational programs and animal exhibits offered year-round.
This award-winning campground has garnered rave reviews for its plentiful amenities and spacious RV sites. RV campers can pick their favorite spot from the Checotah/Lake Eufaula West KOA's 54 wide and extra-long RV sites. Each comes with full hookups and your choice of 30 or 50 amp electric. You won’t even have to unhitch your trailer or leave your campsite to enjoy a meal, because the on-site Chuckwagon Café serves up delicious homestyle favorites.
Located near the shore of Lake Eufaula, this KOA also has plenty of kid-friendly entertainment including a playground, seasonal outdoor swimming pool, catch-and-release fishing pond and even a barnyard zoo with chickens, ducks, turkeys, rabbits, Molly the cow and Mattie the longhorn. Guests are also invited to bring their horses and let them stretch their legs in an overnight pen.
Located along the Illinois River and just minutes from the Lake Tenkiller Dam, the Marval Family Camping Resort in Gore is an RVers paradise. You won’t have to rough it here, where full hookups and even cable come standard on all 115 RV sites. Pull your big-rig up to the Illinois River where you can hear gently rippling water all night long, or find a secluded spot alongside mature trees where you’ll get plenty of shade from the summer sun. Bring your rod and reel to fish in the plentiful trout stream or enjoy one of the other activities like miniature golf, a game room, splash pad and swimming pool.
On your way to Beavers Bend State Park, be sure to drive your RV through the Talimena National Scenic Byway. This beautiful, winding road offers plenty of places to pull out and admire the view. Guests at Beavers Bend State Park are welcome to choose from 111 sites offering water and electric hookups, four of which are ADA compliant. At the Hochatown Area, there are 23 full hookup sites, 28 water and electric hookup sites and two ADA compliant sites.
As one of Oklahoma’s most popular state parks, Beavers Bend State Park offers plenty of things the whole family will enjoy. Take an hour long horseback ride through two and a half miles of scenic terrain or hop on the small train and wind your way through Wahoo Hill. The David Boren Hiking Trail has a variety of mix-and-match treks to suit every skill level.
Fifth wheel units with multiple sliders and big rigs will feel right at home at Hochatown RV Park, located just across from the Beavers Bend State Park entrance in Broken Bow. Each of the campsites comes with 30 and 50 amp electric, water, sewer, cable and free WiFi. Guests are welcomed to the clean, quiet park with plenty of green space, trees and picnic tables between each site. Hochatown RV Park is conveniently located within easy walking distance of Hochatown Trading Post & Coffee Co. and Body Harmony Day Spa.
Guests looking for a great fishing getaway in their RV will enjoy the Little Pines Cabins & RV Park. Located at the entrance to McGee Creek Reservoir in Atoka, there are a total of 25 RV sites with full hookups available. Camping in the Ouachita National Forest is also a fun experience where you can choose from four public campgrounds interspersed with fun hiking, biking, ATV and equestrian trails.
Located in Oklahoma City's Adventure District, Twin Fountains RV Park is the perfect place to make camp near the Oklahoma City metro area. In addition to plentiful, spacious campsites, Twin Fountains RV Park also offers a free shuttle service to nearby attractions including the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park, the Oklahoma City Zoo, Science Museum Oklahoma or National Softball Hall of Fame. Paved roads lead through the park and all 152 RV camping sites offer full hookups including cable TV and WiFi. Bring along a swimsuit and take advantage of the on-site swimming pool, hot tub and kiddie splash pad, or sit around a campfire and roast marshmallows.
Lake Thunderbird State Park is an urban oasis that will whisk you away from urban city life to quiet Norman countryside. Located just half an hour south of Oklahoma City, Lake Thunderbird State Park offers 30 full hookup sites, 10 of which are ADA compliant, as well as 207 RV campsites with water and electric hookups. While you're there, check out the 18.5 mile trail system, which is a mountain biking mecca.
When OU game day rolls around, set your GPS to SooneRVillage in Norman. During home football game weekends, the parking lot of the Lloyd Noble Center is transformed into a tailgater’s paradise where free shuttle service will transport you from the RV park to the stadium.
Located on the Oklahoma side of the Red River in Thackerville, Winstar RV Park is a convenient stopping point along I-35 for Oklahoma City and Dallas traffic. Winstar RV Park offers 152 full hookup sites with 20, 30 and 50 amp electric hookups. Guests can choose between an 80 foot pull-thru site or 50 foot back-in site depending on your needs. With dump stations, shower and laundry facilities, 24 hour security and free WiFi, Winstar RV Park makes RVing easy. They also offer a free shuttle to the nearby Winstar World Casino where you can play your favorite games, catch a live show or enjoy a tasty meal.
As Oklahoma’s largest state park, Lake Murray State Park in Ardmore offers plenty of diverse options for recreational vehicles large and small. There are a total of 323 RV sites, 12 of which are handicap, that boast a mix of full hookups and water/electric only hookups. Each campground has its own unique feel with Tipp's Point being a popular place for swimming and hiking thanks to its location at the Buckhorn Trailhead, and Elephant Rock is a great pick for big RVs because of its pull-thru sites. If you're looking for privacy, check out the Rock Tower Campground, which sits away from the lake and offers full hookup pull-thru sites.
The flat landscape of southwest Oklahoma takes on a different appearance around Quartz Mountain State Park in Lone Wolf. The long, straight roads start to wind into spectacular sparkling mountains lining the shores of Lake Altus-Lugert. RVers can choose from five camping areas, which offer a combined 19 full hookup sites and 100 sites with water and electric hookups. Five handicap accessible sites are also available. One thing that makes this RV park stand out above the rest is the Quartz Mountain Fun Park where children will have the time of their lives on fun carnival rides. Also, be sure to check out Quartz Mountain Paddle & Putt.
Free roaming wildlife and spectacular scenery make the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge & Visitor's Center a must-see for any southwest Oklahoma trip. Of three campgrounds available within the refuge, the Doris Campground is the only one available for RVs. There are a total of 47 sites without hookups and 23 sites with electric hookups. The Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge is known far and wide for its outdoor opportunities where you can do everything from hike and mountain bike to rock climb
and rappel. Wherever you go, be sure to bring a camera because you never know when you'll spot a herd of free roaming bison.
There are plenty of wonderful state parks in southwest Oklahoma that are great for RV camping year-round. Foss State Park is located on the largest body of water in western Oklahoma, Foss Lake, and offers 110 RV campsites, 10 of which offer full hookups and six handicap accessible sites.
Fort Cobb State Park boasts the most RV campsites of all southwest Oklahoma's state parks. Spend a day on beautiful Foss Lake after settling in at one of the 294 RV sites. Three of the full hookup sites and eight of the water/electric sites are handicap accessible.
There are 58 RV sites at Great Plains State Park, 14 of which have full hookups and four of which are ADA compliant. A stay at this park will get you close access to the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge and Tom Steed Lake.
This RV park welcomes visitors in the panhandle city of Guymon. The Corral Drive-In RV Park is open year-round, and it offers 27 spacious pull-thru sites and 23 back-in sites on a level gravel surface. They also offer free wireless internet throughout the park.
Some of Oklahoma’s most diverse state parks are located in the northwest region of the state. At Salt Plains State Park in Jet, you can drive your RV through the adjacent Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge and, with advance notice, have a guide tell you about the abundant wildlife--especially waterfowl--that call the refuge home. A total of 63 water and electric only sites and one full hookup site are available at Salt Plains State Park. The most popular activity is crystal digging on the salt flats, a place you will have to see to believe.
At Alabaster Caverns State Park in Freedom, the most popular feature lies below ground in the largest natural gypsum public touring cave in the world. Set up camp at one of the 11 water and electric sites before heading out on a guided tour of the cave.
Extreme adventure is the name of the game at Little Sahara State Park in Waynoka where guests are invited to ride ATVs and ORVs on more than 1,600 acres of sand dunes. A total of 86 RV camping sites with water and electric hookups are available at this one-of-a-kind Oklahoma state park.
There are plenty of fun places to RV camp in Oklahoma, but if tent camping is more your style, be sure to check out Camping in Oklahoma: The Complete Beginner's Guide.