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About Oklahoma City

The Sooner State has a lot to offer Oklahoma City RV fans and Oklahoma City camping enthusiasts looking to hitch up and haul out for a weekend adventure. Located along the famous Route 66 highway that stretches from Chicago to Los Angeles, the area has some of the best RV parks in the area.


While most major metro areas typically have few options close to downtown, Oklahoma City RVers have several options to choose from near the downtown area or just a short drive up or down I-35. But for those looking to explore more of Oklahoma, the possibilities are seemingly endless. Oklahoma City is a junction town if ever there were one. Those who are properly motivated have weekend access to American treasures like the Ozarks, North Texas lake country, and even the southern Rockies.


Lots of those who call Oklahoma City home have discovered the many RV parks and campgrounds a short drive away in Tulsa. As the gateway to Native American and the Osage Reservation, the area also has many lakes well stocked with catfish and bass, making it popular for weekend getaways.


Closer to home, there are plenty of RV parks in Moore, Oklahoma and the surrounding area just south of Oklahoma City. The area has dozens of lakes and small parks for outdoors fans, and a quick jaunt down I-35 is Andy Alligator’s Fun Park, which is an amusement park with rides and water slides geared towards kids of every age. The area is also home to a number of popular youth summer camps, where kids from all around are peeled away from videogames and gifted with the natural beauty of the great plains in summer.


Whether you call Oklahoma City home or are just passing through, Oklahoma City RV parks and campgrounds are some of the best around, and the city occupies a magical location in the middle of America, where the roads stretch for hundreds and hundreds of miles in every direction.