RV Parks in Oklahoma City

RV Parks in Oklahoma City
For the outdoor enthusiast,Oklahoma City, the capital of Oklahoma, has many opportunities nearby for outdoor recreation activities. These include several lakes in the area where visitors can boat and fish, such as Lake Thunderbird in Lake Thunderbird State Park and Lake Stanley Draper. Other smaller lakes include Lake Overholser, Lake Hefner, and Arcadia Lake. There are additional parks in and around the city, as well as the Little River Wildlife Management Area, which is next to Lake Thunderbird.

Council Road RV Park

Just off Interstate 40 on the south side of Oklahoma City, Council Road RV Park has 102 campsites available that have full hookups for recreational vehicles; 24 of those sites are equipped for 50-amp electricity. The park has restrooms, telephones, trash dumpsters, shower facilities, propane refills, a gift shop, a storm shelter, a 24-hour laundromat on site, and handicap-accessible facilities. Television is also available. Pets are allowed on the property.

Council Road RV Park
8108 Southwest 8th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73128
(866) 589-2103

Oklahoma City East KOA

Another campground east of the city is the Oklahoma City East KOA. The KOA has RV sites that can accommodate vehicles up to 80 feet long, as well electricity and telephone hookups. Other amenities of the campground include free Wi-Fi Internet access, a snack bar, propane, firewood, bicycle rentals, and a swimming pool that is open between May and September. The Oklahoma City East KOA has recreational activities such as volleyball, horseshoe throwing, badminton, a walking trail, a playground, and even a playground for dogs.

Oklahoma City East KOA
6200 South Choctaw Road
Choctaw, OK 73020
(405) 391-5000

Lake Thunderbird State Park

Operated by the state of Oklahoma, Lake Thunderbird State Park is southeast of Oklahoma City and adjacent to the Little River Wildlife Management Area. The park has more than 200 campsites for recreational vehicles; 30 of those sites have full hookups available. There are also pull-through sites, as well as sites that are located by the waterfront. There are restrooms, picnic tables, playgrounds, a dump station, barbecue grills, a marina, Wi-Fi Internet access, shower facilities and even an archery range. There is also a nature center and seasonally available restaurant on site. Visitors can boat on the lake, go swimming , and fish. The park has rentals for paddleboats, canoes, tubes, and horses.

Lake Thunderbird State Park
13101 Alameda Drive
Norman, OK 73026
(405) 360-3572

Article Written By Bill Sassani

Bill Sassani started writing in 2007, contributing to several online publications. He is also the author of "A Backpacker's Guide to Philmont." Sassani holds a B.A. in history from Penn State University and an M.A. in outdoor education from the University of Northern Colorado.

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