Oklahoma is one of those states with picturesque landscapes. Its gorgeous hills, lakes, forests, and rivers, including the Great Plains, will please nature lovers.
Tourists and history buffs will love the many historical sites and museums.
For anyone planning to make a trip to the Sooner State, I suggest you start with deciding where you’re going to set up camp. There are many RV parks to choose from, which is why I’ve come up with this list of my top campgrounds to help with the planning process.
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Twin Fountains RV Resort
Located in Oklahoma City, Twin Fountains RV Resort is a premier campground. It has 152 sites with full hookups, WiFi, and cable TV. You can even get pizza to eat on-site or take-out.
If travelers are there for a break from the city then they don’t need to leave the facility. There’s a miniature golf course for some family fun, a swimming pool, and a splash pad for the kids. Check out the clubhouse where guests can play ping pong, pool, and foosball.
The resort also provides complimentary limo service to the nearby attractions which include the zoo, science museum, and cowboy hall of fame. After the day’s outing, vacationers can soak in a hot tub, sit on the patio, and relax by a warm fire in the evening.
For travelers who love the outdoors, there are bikes you can rent to explore the trails.
Roadrunner RV Park
RVers will love this campground because it’s only four and a half miles from Oklahoma City. It’s a great place to relax and still be close to town.
You’re only a short drive to local restaurants, grocery stores, and attractions. Among the tourist sites to visit are the Myriad Botanical Gardens, the OKC National Memorial, Bricktown Ballpark, and Frontier City Amusement Park.
The campground offers 80 full hookup facilities with free WiFi. The facility is well-maintained and includes laundry, bath, and shower amenities.
Beaver’s Bend State Park
This park, which is near the Mountain Fork River and Broken Bow Lake, is one of Oklahoma’s most famous sites. Travelers love its scenic beauty from the crystal-clear water to the tall trees that surround it.
Beaver’s Bend State Park has close to 400 RV campsites on its 3,482-acre land. There are also more than 50 tent zones and cabins for guests. Those who stay at the lodges get a complimentary continental breakfast.
There’s so much to do outdoors. Vacationers can spend time biking, hiking, horseback riding, and play golf. If you love aquatic activities, there’s boating, fishing, scuba diving, canoeing, and water skiing to keep you occupied.
Quartz Mountain Nature Park
This park is on the shores of Lake Altrus-Lugert, to the southwest of Hobart. There are 119 RV spots with full hookup. RVers can also choose to live in a rustic environment.
For those that visit in the winter, they’ll be able to go eagle watching. Seeing those birds of prey can be a very memorable experience.
Travelers have so much to do as the area surrounding the campground provides activities such as rock climbing, fishing, cycling, boating, and hiking. There’s also an amusement center.
Greenleaf State Park
This family-friendly campground near Braggs has 100 campsites with full hookup for RVs.
There are also 100 tent sites and 16 cabins. Other amenities include a pavilion, miniature golf course, playground, and amphitheater.
Kids can play basketball and volleyball at the courts or fish in the pond. The park also hosts holiday programs and organizes wildlife observation events.
Greenleaf Lake provides a beautiful backdrop for picture-taking. Unfortunately, the authorities prohibit jet skis and wave runners on the lake.
Oklahoma Has It All
This state has so much to offer RVers. From impressive and scenic landscapes to outdoor activities in nature, it’s a destination that I suggest every traveler put on their vacation map.
Remember to book ahead as the campgrounds mentioned are very popular.