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Aug 6, 2021

RV Campgrounds You Should Know About

One for every camping style.

We’re excited to see the rise in RV travel over the past year. The idea of bringing the comforts of home along on the exciting new experiences you’ve planned is incredibly appealing! Depending on your budget, camping style and length of stay, finding the perfect campsite close to nearby activities could be a daunting task for some. We’ve rounded up some Adventure Road-approved destinations with a range of RV facilities, each with a unique view and options for outdoor fun. Take a look and let us know down below what catches your eye.

Lake Texoma State Park

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Two RVs at campsite next to Lake Texoma

 

With a reservoir this size, you can count on there being plenty of campsites with a view. The state park’s many activities bring millions of visitors to the Oklahoma-Texas border each year, so looking ahead to find a spot with the amenities you’ll need is key. Plus, you’re required to book ahead online. You have your pick of the litter here with overnight facilities with full hook-ups for water, sewer and electric, and many parks with Wi-Fi, showers, playgrounds and pools.

Fun Town RV Park at WinStar

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Group of people waving to jeep driving by at Fun Town RV Park at WinStar

 

With more than 160 campsites spanning 15 acres, Fun Town RV Park at WinStar lets you stay in the comfort of your own home, all while being next door to never-ending gaming action at the World’s Biggest Casino. Sites fit rigs of various sizes and have full hook-ups, 20-, 30-, and 50-amp service plus water and sewer dumping stations. Between the private pool, walking trails, playground, sand volleyball, basketball and the clubhouse, you have endless opportunity for fun. The best part? First-time guests receive one complimentary night stay. Due to construction, the shuttle service to WinStar World Casino is temporarily unavailable.

Lake Murray State Park

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Tent and chairs looking over Lake Murray

 

With options for outdoor recreation as diverse as its landscape, Lake Murray State Park spans nearly 18,000 acres of rolling hills and glistening water. Six campgrounds around the park are open 24/7, with many RV sites featuring full hook-ups and shower houses. Whether you’re coming to Ardmore to enjoy the historic sites and natural beauty or to make some waves on the water, Lake Murray State Park makes for an exceptional place to set up camp.

Cross Bar Offroad Park

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Green, yellow and brown trees surrounding creek

 

Adrenaline junkies looking for the ultimate ATV experience should put Cross Bar Offroad Park on their list. The rugged terrain of the 6,500-acre ranch is filled with trails, fields, creek beds and rocks to explore on your vehicle of choice. RV sites include water and 30/50 amp hook-ups and are available for 1-3 nights at a time. Plus, it’s easy to book online! Here you get to fully experience the great outdoors, but the city of Davis is only a few miles away in case you need something.

Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center

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Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center building and playground

 

With a playground area, dog park, public restrooms, an indoor lounge, free coffee and a retail shop, the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center is a safe haven for weary travelers passing through. RV and bus parking is available here along with charging stations for electric vehicles. If you need a hunting or fishing license, you can purchase it here. This is a great pit stop between adventures, and you even have the Bedré Fine Chocolate factory right next door!

Turner Falls

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Waterfall and natural swimming area surrounded by trees

 

Once you see Turner Falls’ natural swimming areas, beaches, hiking trails, caves and, of course, the 77-foot waterfall, you may never want to leave. Fortunately, the park has a number of RV sites available for a full weekend of outdoor fun. RV hook-up permits do not include the price of daily admission, and RV guests will need to purchase tickets for each person, for each day they visit the park.

Chickasaw National Recreation Area

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Creek surrounded by green trees

 

Enthusiasts for on-the-water fun, wildlife, fishing, hiking, freshwater springs and more will find solace in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. Six public campgrounds are available with a limited number of RV spaces. Sites accommodate everything from small RVs to those about 40 feet in length and can be reserved in advance. Don’t overlook this national park on your next RV getaway; downtown Sulphur has so much to explore, from The Artesian Hotel, Casino and Spa to local shops like Bromide Mountain Co. and The Rusty Nail Winery & Tasting Room.

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