This appears to be mostly an extended stay park. No office, restrooms or any onsite facilities. There are some shaded sites around the perimeter and some relatively newly planted trees that are far too small to provide any shade. The pull throughs are extremely long but not any wider than the typical park. The rate included Wi-Fi and cable TV. The Wi-Fi worked well and the cable had a good selection of channels. There was some noise from the highway, trains and grain elevator, but I doubt that there is anywhere in Guymon that that is not true. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in this campground on our way home to Minnesota. They have a drive-in movie also, but not sure if you can hear it in your motorhome through the radio. They had stopped showing movies on Labor Day. Nice idea, would have been fun. No shade and lots of rock. No picnic tables, no cable TV, but you can get local channels with antenna and they do have Wi-Fi. Very, very nice showers. The best we have seen because you can actually move around in them. The only thing I think they need to do, is add a table at each site, people don't necessarily travel with one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Opened in 2011, this is a clean, well-laid out, well-managed new campground. Owners are very friendly, helpful, and customer-oriented. Sites are long enough for any size rig with tow vehicle or toad and sites are far enough apart to park another rig between. Bathrooms and showers are very clean. Good WI-FI. No cable and we did not use the antenna. Good playground. Onsite parts and RV repair service. The new trees are tiny. With a new entrance, access to and from Highway 54 is easy. Owners are experienced RVers and know what it takes to make and operate a good campground--more new projects for the campground are on the drawing board. The park is located on the western outskirts of Guymon on the south side of Highway 54--our GPS erroneously took us to the eastern edge of town. We strongly recommend this campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean park, well maintained. Relatively new according to their literature. They are trying to get trees started. Gravel roads and sites. Sites were level and well maintained. No grass except at the play area. Any weed growth was well cut. Park was quiet except for an irrigation pump motor in an adjacent field that ran all night. The motor noise did not keep us awake. Friendly staff. We'd stay here again. We did not experience wet weather so cannot assess what the park would be like in wet weather other than the roads did not have ruts nor did the sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gem of a park. The owners are hard working and are bringing this park along at the right pace. Nice little drive-in movie theater next door and a very nice nostalgic charm. Just a little disappointed in some of the long term stay people. The pull-through sites were nice and the overall appearance was very clean. Train tracks close by and to us that just added some charm. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Level sites. Family owned. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Although this is a big parking lot, the facilities and the movies made for a very pleasant stay. Clean, modern showers and restrooms. Many restaurants and parks in this small, panhandle town. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
As other reviews say, management is friendly, helpful, even loquacious not to mention industrious. The gravel has settled in and rain, for the most part, should not be a problem. Trees have been planted so shade and wind breaks will be available soon. This is high plains country so high winds will bring dust. A good place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new Park and I would definitely NOT stay here again if it was raining. The mud is horrific and there's no relief from it anywhere on the site. It sticks to everything like glue to a blanket. A lot of work is going to have to go into combating this problem before this Park could be termed a good place to stay if it is wet out. The Wi-Fi works very very well. All the necessities like electricity, water, sewer are handy to the rig and work perfectly. The sites are large and the park is well lit. It is quiet. There are very small trees and no grass anywhere. The owner is a very nice person and very accommodating and if the place was dry it would be a good stopover on Highway #54. It is a Passport America Park. I wish them luck, they have a long way to go and a lot of work ahead of them. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Management extremely helpful and friendly. Gravel sites are level and with good quality lighted hookups. This park is currently being renovated, and once the grass is established will be a great spot. Although close to the highway, the park was quiet, and the few trains that passed did so slowly and without using their horns. Will always want to return here for overnight stays. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate is for Passport America. We experienced the mud from some snow but that is expected for a park that is less than a year old. The owners are very enthusiastic and I see a great park in a couple of years. We stayed two nights and will stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We opted for 2 nights here after a long drive. That was mistake #1. Upon entering office, was greeted by a large Pit Bull and no one came from out back for 5 minutes. Very unnerving. No cable TV as listed, drive-in and pizzaria are only open June to August. One dumpster located at entrance/exit. Rained all day yesterday, made walking a dog a mess, and ruining my entrance steps. The mud will suck your shoes off. No view of anything except ancient car shells, and just miscellaneous junk. And for all this ambience, they raised the price for PA to $14 a night. Would not recommend, and will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose this park because it sounded quirky and fun. Did not realize drive in, pizzeria, & grill were only open on weekend. Park itself was a gravel parking lot with hookups. No grass to speak of, but Oklahoma is in the middle of a drought, so no surprise there. Showers were clean, but no hot water. Didn't mind as the temps were in the low 100s! Watch for loose dogs, one of the permanent residents did not check his pit bull's tie outs. Easy in & out, but wouldn't stay for more than one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with previous reviews but be aware that the RV park itself does not have WI-FI. There is a signal but do not know where it comes from. Owner says the park does not have it, & he does not know if it ever will so don't count on WI-FI. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The nightly rate paid reflects an Escapees discount. The regular rate is $16. This campground is good for an overnight stop. It is located about 8 miles northwest of Guymon on Highway 64/412. No one mans the office you basically fill out a form and put your payment in an envelope and drop it through the door slot. The sites are grass and easy to enter and exit and the campground itself is easy to enter and exit. The electric was very solid at 120v with no variations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here overnight both going and coming back on a 2 week vacation. Easy access right on the highway (road noise), but were relieved to find a spot as few and far between on 412 through Oklahoma. This is an older campground, pull in, hook up and pay later on the honor system and you still just pay for what you use. Base rate, then add $2 each for water, sewer and electric. BBQ and picnic table available, DH said bathroom was clean. Just a stopover not a destination park, but rate was good and we were happy to be there. Owner is on site and friendly, just hook up and pay and be on your way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not a destination park but a good place for overnight or when working in the area. We paid $16 which included the base rate of $8 plus water plus sewer plus electricity plus A/C use. Weekly rate is $75. Sites are long enough for our 37' coach and the dolly and the car without sticking out into the drive. We'll stay here again when coming through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with previous posts. Park is a little rundown, but good overnight stop. We like the idea of only paying for what you use. We paid $8.00 base rate, and $2.00 for elec. It's an additional $2 ea for water, sewer, and if you use your AC. $3.00 additional for more than 2 people. All sites are pull-thrus, level, grass, and long enough to hold big rig 5th-wheels w/o unhooking. SuperWalmart is 7.5 miles away in Guymon. Easy access off Hwy 64. Free WiFi. Showers/bathrooms are old, but clean with good water pressure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground was a welcome find. There are very few campgrounds on this stretch of road. This is basically an overnight stop but there were a few long term RV's here, I think they were working in the area. There is no attendant on duty, you just pick a site and self register. Most, if not all the sites were drive through. Here's the best part, you only pay for what you use. Dry camping is only $8.00, electric only $10.00, electric and water $12.00, electric, water and sewer $14.00. The bath and shower house was old but clean and usable. There is a small swing set for kids but not much else. Sites were level and we did not have to unhook for an overnight stay. You will need to pay by cash or check. No credit cards and no one available to give change. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We picked this park because it was the cheapest option, so our 6 is not a complaint, but rather a comment on generally getting what you pay for. We did not see any bathrooms. Sites, though pull-throughs, are quite short. We are only 24 ft plus a tow car. By taking the first spot by the entrance, which was a bit angled and thus longer, we were able to fit. The payment is self-serve with no rate sheet posted, so check the website before you go to see what your rate will be. You drop your payment through a slot in the front door of a mobile home on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Probably best stopover in Guymon, but its not much. Water, electric and sewer, what else do you need? Dogs running loose. Office in mobile home on property. Great view of the grain elevators in Guymon. Yup, train and highway noise but I'm tired and I'll sleep. We camped here in a Motorhome.
East access off Hwy 54 about 1 mile SW of Guymon. Gravel pull though sites with 30/50 amp hookups. It looked like the park was full of workers. Because it was near the highway and railroad track, we heard traffic from those. It was listed as a Good Sam park but when we asked about the discount they said that was not an option. Okay for a weekend but nothing special. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice park located directly on US Hwy 54. Very sunny (no shade) and windy. (That's the panhandle for you!) Nice owners. Not a lot of amenities and the advertised cable TV did not work at our site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not a destination park but good for an overnight stay or when working in the area. Sites are small for a big-rig. If we hadn't unloaded our car off the dolly, it would have stuck out in the driveway. Daily rate of $28 is a bit high for what the park is. Washers were out of order when we were here. We stayed for a week because of work in the area and paid $80/week, which is acceptable in my opinion. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an old RV Park that now is mostly older mobile homes and semi permanent trailer and fifth wheels. Sites generally need some TLC but basically OK. Was OK for an overnight. Was over priced for what it is. We camped here in a Motorhome.