December 1, 2019 - reviewed by Dave Morris
Great Location - One Tick However
Pulled in for a one night stay. Very nice facility. Lots of available pull through spots for our 45 footer. WiFi worked great. Not sure what others found. Biggest issue, lack of directional signage for anyone unfamiliar with the layout (I.e. any first timer). We turned into the park at the first road cut.
Wandered a bit looking for the office. Came upon our first directional sign pointing us away from the office. We stopped. Went for help. Staff and two apparent long term residents helped us to a site but it was a struggle. The map you are given at check in shows what we needed to know BEFORE entering the property.
June 9, 2019 - reviewed by Shawndi
Weekend Of Baseball
This place is awesome! Lots to do and the lady in the office is very sweet, I believe her name is Rosemary. Campsites are close together but we didn’t mind it, we were in site 45 and had some shade trees around. We will definitely stay here again!!
March 12, 2019 - reviewed by Fort Awesome
Great spot for an rv stop. Nice park across the street with a great little snow cone shack and mini golf. Just minutes away from dinosaur valley and fossil rim. Great staff. Not very much room on the sites and roads were narrow. Level sites and very clean park and bath house.
November 25, 2018 - reviewed by Eva
Love The Area
This was our first ever camping trip in our new-to-us trailer. We stayed over labor day and loved our time here. The spots are close together, so try to get one on the end. There is a fee for the pool, but I actually didnt mind that and enjoyed watching and meeting the locals :). We had a good experience with park staff and I thought the showers were very clean. The area is fantastic! We went to Dino Valley, Fossil Rim, etc. Would go back
March 5, 2018 - reviewed by Neighbors
WiFi non-existent. Disappointing as this was the selling point between a few other parks. Limited Verizon cell signal. Huge pothole at entrance. Big Rocks Park across street was beautiful at sunset. Plenty of green space for dogs. A few paved sites. Most are gravel-but level. Giving three stars because of inaccurate advertisement of WiFi.
September 6, 2017 - reviewed by Winnings
Lots To Do Around Here
We stayed over labor day weekend. It was busy the park was full. There is so much to do around the park and Glen Rose. Dinosaur Park, Fossil Rim Wild reserve, golf course, bolder river, putt putt golf, on site pool, live music and more. We had our dogs with us and it is very dog friendly. They have a huge dog park. There are some tight site, my only complaint. We would stay again.
July 15, 2017 - reviewed by Mark
Ok Stay But Nothing More
The sites are small and the shade is minimal. The playground was great for the 2 year old, but I was shocked at the extra costs for the pool. Not much of a dog friendly park and the busy Saturday left much to be desired as weekend patrons overwhelmed rv participants. Sunday morning with no park crew, I was disgusted to find human excrement in the shower. Look before to derobe that blur with your glasses off might be negitively noteworthy.
June 22, 2016 - reviewed by Paul Vicars
We stayed a few nights. The first was a Saturday and the park was completely packed. But by Sunday afternoon it was nearly empty. Which was nice because the sites are tight. Great (looking) pool that we didn't get to used because it was closed for maintenance. Great local area attractions that we didn't get to see because of flooding. If I was in Glen Rose again, I'd definitely stay at Oakdale again!
April 26, 2016 - reviewed by Lisa
We stayed 3 nights. The spots are close together and there is not much of a grassy are at your spot, but the park is pretty and the people were very friendly. The bluegrass music was a plus!