Estes RV Park

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$45.00 USD per night, starting at.

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1710 South 79th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK, 74112

Welcome to Estes RV Park conveniently located in the heart of Midtown Tulsa.  We are nestled in a residential neighborhood that backs up to a creek.  We have 24 sites available with 30 and 50 amp hookups, water and sewer.  We have full showers, bathrooms, and laundry on site.  We have daily, weekly and monthly rates available. We are minutes away from the Tulsa Fairgrounds, Tulsa University, and 10 Minutes from the Airport.  We are also a few minutes away from the Gathering Place, downtown, and popular Cherry St and Brookside areas.  There is shopping and dining all close and easy access to the highway.  The park is a very peaceful and quiet place to stay whether you are just passing through or you are here for a extended stay, you will definitely enjoy your time here at this hidden gem in the heart of Tulsa.  

Last Updated: 11/29/2023

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Check In/Check-Out Time

Check-out time is by 11:00am Check-In time is 12pm-7pm

Quiet Time is 10:00pm

No Outside Storage

No Open Fires

1710 South 79th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK, 74112
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Overall Rating: 1.6

Brandy Leach

Dryers did not work. The bathroom/shower doors do not lock. We were without water more than 7 instances. The roads were ripped up while they have water/sewer lines overhauled. WiFi did not work my entire stay of 30 days. Management offered a refund for the inoperable dryers we put money in, and she also offered to get the WiFi fixed. Neither of those things happened. Also the property and it's residents appears to be a drug den. Long term residents fought several times. They screamed at each other and sped their cars thru the park. When the water would go out, no one would inform us. Not one time. The outage was obviously planned, the plumber told me it was. It was honestly one of the worst experiences I've ever had. $576($518 non Refundable) is absolutely outrageous for a place that I couldn't use the facilities. Just run for the hills. One star given because you have to give something to leave a review.

No Way

Bad place and looks to be drug activity

Not Today

Hands-down, the worst RV camping site I have ever visited. The park was completely torn apart mud piles, and rock everywhere. Also they double booked us and try to make me share electricity and was trying to force me to use the water in the bathroom and not give me a water hook up mind you I made reservations three weeks ahead of time. Also doors are not to be locked when you shower and lights only last 15 minutes, to me that sounds like pedo row. You are blocked in an unlocking bathroom with no lights. No way on gods green earth was I letting my young granddaughter’s shower in there. Also, the amount of stray dogs running into the campsite and up to our camper. Door was alarming. When I said something to the old man that runs the show, he told me the dogs were in a bad spot and there’s nothing he could do about it all the while he told my dog to shut up every time it barked because of the stray dogs. Oh, I could go on and on this was a hell hole for sure.

Lyle Veach

It has a new owner so time will tell. We showed up and most of the park was torn apart, mud and dirt piles all over. They had put someone else in my reserved spot and sent us to the back area that was really bad. We struggled to get into it was so bad. No Wi-Fi on site do us. Very bad neighbor a lot of people have cameras and security lights on out side of campers. Would never go back or even drive through this neighborhood.

Carol Day

Usually we stay at COEs or State Parks, but this time we needed a RV Park close to Tulsa. We stayed one week for an event we were attending in the area. This reasonably priced park has clean bathrooms and laundry room. It has full hook ups, is safe, quiet and convenient to restaurants and stores. The negative is the spaces are small with no outdoor space for a table, bbq, sitting, etc. I do recommend this park if you are looking for a place to park and sleep in Tulsa, and are not looking for amenities or a scenic view.

Campground Response

Thank you for your review. Estes RV Park was recently acquired and we are slowly making progress towards positive experiences for our guests. Safe travels.