RV Camping in Oklahoma [16 Awesome RV Destinations]

RVers love nothing more than hitting the open road, secure in the knowledge that there is yet another hidden gem around the next corner.

Whether they have set their sights on the next fun-packed RV Park with things for all the family to enjoy or they are looking for a quiet campground at the end of the tree-lined road far from the highway.

RV camping in Oklahoma

Ask any RVer, and they will tell you that once the RV camp has a concrete slab and a pull-through site, but full hookups and the occasional waterfront campsite are a bonus, they’re going to be happy.

Anyone interested in visiting campgrounds and RV parks in Oklahoma will find this guide useful.

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Southwest Oklahoma/ Great Plains Country

Quartz Mountain State Park – Lone Wolf

Southwest Oklahoma’s gentle landscape fades as you get closer to Quartz Mountain State Park near Lone Wolf, As you leave the long straight highway, the roads wind their way through spectacular mountains that line the shore of Lake Altus.

You can choose from any of five different camping areas, which have 100 sites that offer electric and water hookups and 19 full hookup sites. They also have five handicap-accessible sites. What makes this RV park stand out from the crowd is its access to the Quartz Mountain Fun Park, where all the family can enjoy the carnival atmosphere.

Lawton – Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge & Visitors Center

If you find yourself in Southwest Oklahoma and you fancy a bit of spectacular scenery and free-roaming wildlife, you must check out the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. They only have one campground suitable for RVs, although three campgrounds are available.

Of the 47 sites offer full hookups, and 23 of them offer electrical hookups. Famous for its outdoor activities, visitors to the park can choose to rock climbing, mountain biking, or hiking just to name some outdoor opportunities to take advantage of at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.

Southwest Oklahoma State Parks

Southwest Oklahoma is scattered with amazing state parks that offer year-round camping for RVs. Check out the largest body of water in Western Oklahoma by visiting Foss State Park. It has over 110 RV sites 10 of these offering for lockups, and six are handicap accessible.

Fort Cobb State Park has the most RV campsites in southwest Oklahoma, occupying one of the 294 RV sites as you soak into the beauty of Fort Cobb lake. Eight sites have electric/water, and three are full hook-up sites. Last but not least, this is Great Plains State Park to take advantage of its 58 RV sites, 4 of which are ADA compliant and 14 that have full hookups.

Northwest Oklahoma – Red Carpet Country

Northwest Oklahoma State Parks

The Northwestern region of Oklahoma find some of the most diverse state parks in the country. Great Salt Plains State Park is located close to the salt plains national wildlife refuge; many people hurt their RVs here to take advantage of the 63 sites that offer electricity and water, and the one full of upside and the opportunity to get a guided tour of the diverse wildlife that call this refuge home.

Others love one of the most popular activities on the salt flats, crystal digging, something that you have to experience to believe. In freedom, you’ll find the Alabaster Cave State Park, which features one of the largest publicly accessible natural gypsum caves in the world.

Guymon – Corral Drive-In RV Park

Visitors to the panhandle city of Guymon regularly stop off at the Carl Drive-in RV Park provides 23 back inside, and 24 post recites Wi-Fi is available throughout the park and welcomes visitors all year round

Frontier Country / Central Oklahoma

Norman – Soonervillage

On the day of an OU game, one of the best places to set your GPS for is the Soonervillage near Norman. When the team plays at a home game, weekends transform this RV Park into a tailgaters’ paradise. Park up your RV and take advantage of the free shuttle service to the Lloyd noble center.

Oklahoma City – Twin Fountains RV Park

Located and what’s known as the adventure District in Oklahoma City, this RV Park is the perfect place to come and explore the greater Oklahoma City metro area.

Besides providing an abundance of spacious campsites, they also provide a free shuttle service to help you explore the nearby attractions, including the National Softball Hall of Fame, the Science Museum, Oklahoma City Zoo, Remington Park Racetrack, and Casino, and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.

The park has space for 152 RVs, all offering full hookups, Wi-Fi, and cable TV you also have the bonus of paved pathways throughout the park.

Norman – Lake Thunderbird State Park –

Experience what we can only describe as an urban oasis on the Lake Thunderbird State Park in the quiet countryside outside Norman: it’s only a half an hour’s drive south of Oklahoma City. Providing 1088 compliant sites, 207 RV campsites with electric and water hookups, and 30 full hookup sites, this RV Park has something to suit every need.

South-central Oklahoma – Chickasaw Country

Thackerville – Winstar RV Park –

Vacaville is on the Red River side of Oklahoma City. Visitors to the WinStar RV Park regularly pick it as it’s the perfect stay-off point for traveling between Dallas and Oklahoma. With 152 full hookup sites offering 50 30 and 20 amp hookups.

Take advantage of 50 ft back insights and 80 ft poultry sides that will see whatever your needs may be. Free Wi-Fi, 24-hour security shower, and dump stations make your RV life even easier.

They also offer a free shuttle to the Winstar World Casino just down the road.

Ardmore – Lake Murray State Park

The largest state park in Oklahoma, the Lake Murray State Park, is in Ardmore and attracts both large and small RV vehicles over the country. It has 323 RV sites containing a mix of water/electric only hookups and full hookups. Twelve are handicapped-ready sites.

There’s no denying that this campsite is unique in providing the perfect opportunity for hiking and swimming alike as you explore the tips point. On the Buckhorn Trailhead close to elephant rock, this RV site is popular for various reasons, not only because of its pull-through sites.

Southeast Oklahoma – Choctaw Country

Broken Bow – Beavers Bend State Park

If you are heading to Beavers Bend State Park, take the time to drive along Talimena National Scenic Byway. It’s a beautiful drive along winding roads. Beavers Bend State Park provides 111 sites that offer electric and water hookups; four are ADA compliant.

In the Hochatown area, there are 28 Water and electric hookups and 23 full hookup sites. They also have 2 ADA compliance sites. There’s no denying that this is one of the most popular state parks in Oklahoma, offering something for the entire family to enjoy

Broken Bow – Hochatown RV Park

Everything from big rigs to 5th wheel units will find a home at the Hochatown RV Park. Located close to beavers bend state Park broken road entrance. Fitted with both 30 and 50-amp electric hookups and Wi-Fi cable, and sewer water, every campsite has picnic tables, trees, and other green spaces surrounding them.

Little Pine Cabins & RV Park – Atoka

If you’re looking for an RV park in Oklahoma that offers you the opportunity for fishing, look no further than the Little Pine Cabins and RV Park, it’s close to the beginning creek reservoir.

Offering 25-foot hookups RV sites, it’s also popular for tempers you want to visit the Quachita National Forest, where you can choose from one of four public campgrounds offering access to equestrian, hiking, ATV, and biking trails.

Northeast Oklahoma – Green Country

Gore – Marval Family Camping Resort

Its location close to the Lake Tenkiller dam on the Illinois River makes Marvel Family Camping Resort a paradise for all RVers. Its 115 RV sites come with cable hookups as standards, which is nothing less than you’d expect from an RV site with nothing but hookups.

Pack your big rig close to my River so its gentle water rippling can help you enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep. Surrounded by mature trees, you’ll find ample shade even on the warmest summer’s day.

Checotah – Lake Eufaula West KOA

Checotah / Lake Eufaula West has many reviews because of its spacious sites with multiple amenities. You’re looking for the perfect spot to enjoy Lake Eufaula. Each of the 52 sites can cater to either extra long or extra wide RVs.

All have full hookup capabilities offering either 30 or 50 amp electric. One of the many benefits of staying on the site is that they have their own Chuck wagon café, famous for its delicious home-style meals.

They also have a barnyard with rabbits, trucking ducks, chickens, an outdoor swimming pool and playground making use extremely kid-friendly for anyone who fancies a spot of fishing; they also have a catch and release pond.

Braggs – Greenleaf State Park –

Located in the peaceful hills of Eastern Oklahoma, the Green Leaf State Park close to Bragg is famous for its spectacular scenery, providing the ideal backdrop for this RV Park.

With 77 sites having one electric and water hookup, two of them are handicap accessible, and 23 with full hookup capabilities, this state park has many things for the whole family.

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Ray & Tammy Roman

Ray and Tammy Roman are the co-owner/authors of Go Travel Trailers. They have been featured in AARP, RV Today, and Porch.com, among others. When not writing about RVs and the RV lifestyle, you'll find them fishing, vacationing in Red River, NM, and spending time with family and friends.