October 26, 2018 - reviewed by Jim
Load train horns all night, level concert pad, very small park. It was worth the 30 dollar overnight stay for us. WiFi was spotty and the able didn’t work. Won’t stay here more than an overnight stay. I
June 30, 2017 - reviewed by Joel
Place is clean and well kept but not as scenic as the pictures may suggest. First thing you'll notice (particularly in the evening or weekends) is that the place is VERY cramped. Cars parked in and blocking most of the road cramped. It's mostly full timers and not much of a vacation spot. 50/50 split of new and old Rv's.
There is virtually no shade. You can hear trains at night.
Things I like: Staff is kind and the park is large dog friendly. Location is VERY convenient. You're less than a mile from almost any store you could need (from Walmart, cvs, tractor supply, to auto parts and sporting goods stores, etc). Lots of places to eat within a mile or two. It's a couple miles from the lake. 10 mins from downtown Tulsa.
May 25, 2017 - reviewed by Gypsy
We looked at this park and didn't stay because it was so cramped & junky looking.
August 14, 2016 - reviewed by Randy
The only thing nice I can say about this place is that they had concrete level pads. The pictures shown for this site where years old. We could here the trains - and the train horn - all night long. The manager had a viscous dog that she admitted would bite men. We did not feel safe at this site and left a day early - needless to say that the manager, who provided no Good Sam discount, really cared if we left early since the majority of the people there are full timers. I would NOT recommend this site