5 Awesome RV Campsites in Oklahoma

By Dawn Brotherton

5 Awesome RV Campsites in Oklahoma


Oklahoma isn’t just a state that you should drive through when you’re RVing. There are many great stops around the state where you can find spectacular scenery, historic sites, and fun activities, all year long. Here are five great spots to park your RV for the weekend in Oklahoma! 

1. Checotah/Lake Eufaula West KOA, Checotah, OK

This campground near the beautiful Lake Eufaula has earned awards and garnered rave reviews for its spacious, wide, extra-long RV sites with all the amenities. The Chuck Wagon Café is located on site to cook your meals, and there is a casino, golf course, and museums close by. Kayak and canoe rentals are also on-site and you can enjoy the barnyard zoo, even if you do not have kids. 

2. Greenleaf State Park, Braggs, OK

Greenleaf State Park offers 23 full hook-up sites, 77 RV sites with water, and 50-amp electric. You can make reservations online. On site, you’ll find tons of amenities and activities, as well as spectacular views. There is an aquatics center with a pool, a miniature golf course, a nature center and kids fishing pond. You can enjoy hiking in the park or boating in the lake. 

3. Water’s Edge RV & Cabin Resort, Vinita, OK

The address might be Vinita, but this RV resort is actually in what’s known locally as Grand Towne Lake. Water’s Edge has 80 sites that are 25 feet-wide. Many of the sites have private decks that overlook Grand Lake, and all of the sites have full hook-ups, city water, and sewer service. You’ll find fire rings and grills at each site, laundry facilities on premise, and easy access to a grocery store, gas stations, restaurants, and boating docks. Grand Lake is known for fishing and watersports, and this RV campground is in a beautiful location. 

4. Doris Campground, Lawton, OK

The Wichita Mountains have got to be one of the best places to observe nature and enjoy stunning scenery in Oklahoma. Doris Campground is the only site which allows RVs. There are only 23 sites with electrical hook-ups, but there are so many opportunities at the park to enjoy nature, it’s not about the amenities available. Bring your hiking boots and trek up the mountain to enjoy the view. Head on over to Medicine Park for a few hours to get your Mears’ hamburger before you leave the area. 

5. Quartz Mountain Nature Park, Lone Wolf, OK

This RV park, located in the sparkling mountains near Lake Altus, offers a fun park for children, complete with a Ferris wheel, water slides, bumper cars, and more. Adults might enjoy the golf course, nature center, paddle boats, and hiking trails. Camping is first come, first served, but there are over 110 sites on the grounds. 

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