“camp where the buffalo once roamed”
Herds of buffalo once roamed Oklahoma, and some of the shaggy beasts still hang around this KOA. The buffalo (in a pen, of course!) are just one reminder of this region's frontier heritage. KOA's paved roads lead to shady or satellite-friendly campsites, a swimming pool, a game room, a fishing pond, pedal karts and an entertaining and unique Jumping Pillow! You're within walking distance of the Cherokee Trading Post, so take time for an evening stroll and see the 150-foot mural depicting the Cherokee "Trail of Tears" and Native American tepees. Then enjoy a buffalo burger and a piece of homemade pie at the restaurant before retiring to your campsite or scenic Cabin. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 100 feet.
Overnighted here on way back from New Mexico. Nota bad place, you can tell it's seen its day. Tight quarters between sites but for a overnight it's good. Staff is very good.
It's ok for what it is--a stop-over between East and West, rather than a destination. Like many KOAs you're crammed in pretty tight. No trees for the RV slips, so it's pretty hot, although the Kampin Kabins were nestled in the shade. About 10 feet between my camper and the next. The rest of the park is showing some wear and tear, but that's Ok--i didn't expect Disneyland. Finally, it's pretty much on the side of I-40, so there's some road noise. If you're ok with all that, then you'll like it. Staff was friendly and helpful, although no escort to site. Not really necessary though.
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