About 8 miles west of Bartlesville, the park is quiet, wooded with short oak trees. Paved loops and sites on rolling terrain. Bath houses adequate. Very pretty. Friendly rangers. The real attraction is the 10 miles or so away AAA well deserved Gem rated Woolaroc (wood-lake-rock) ranch, museum and wildlife preserve created by the founder of Phillips 66 petroleum. The two storied museum features extensive western Indian and pioneer artifacts, a Colts gun collection, and hanging from the ceiling the beautiful orange and dark blue Woolaroc monoplane that won the contest for the first flights from California to Hawaii after the Lindberg America to Paris flight. Lots of history there. Further to the west is the Tall Grass Prairie Preserve with freely roaming buffalo. The area is well worth seeing. I would stay at the park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground and very well maintained. Use caution if you are are in a big rig or pulling a long 5th wheel. The roads are narrow with steep drop offs. 28' trailers and smaller work well and it is a nice family campground. We had trouble backing in our 5th wheel and had to be selective on sites. Great for day picnics and family reunions. Great hiking trails, take a snack lunch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful heavily wooded park. It has facilities for meetings, rental cabins, swimming pool (extra charge), shelters, hiking, fishing, etc. Each RV site has water, electric, fire ring and picnic table. There are two pull though sites and the others are back-in. Two bathhouses nearby and a playground for the kids. The cabins and shelters are built from natural sand colored stone and all have fireplaces. It is not uncommon to have deer, wild turkey, raccoons and other wildlife in the park. The sites are first come first serve with no reservations. We like the park a lot and visit more than one time per year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is set in a scrub oak forest. Abundant hiking trails, fishing in a smallish lake, group camp area, swimming pool, and recreation center. Also is home to numerous deer and wild turkeys. Definitely would return! We camped here in a camper.
They have added a new recreation building to the park this year. The park is located 2.4 miles south of Pawhuska in a wooded glen. Very quiet and yet convenient to the town and museums. The sites are gravel and fairly level so you will need little effort to set up. They also have two storm shelters, just in case. There is a nice fishing lake within walking distance. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed 6 days this year and it has improved with each stay. They have added a Cedar Wood cabin and have a stocked fishing pond. The cabin is fully equipped with linens and dishes. Need only to bring your clothes and toilet items. They have also added 6 more sites. The sites are gravel and the newer sites need to settle so you might have to use leveling blocks. The rate reflects senior and cash discounts. The park also has a kitchen equipped, barn that can be used for weddings and large parties. Hint, the need for a "Honeymoon" cabin. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our third time staying at this RV park. Each time they have improved. This year they added 6 more sites and are presently adding a rental cabin. The manager makes you feel like a close friend and is helpful in directing you to local sites. Be sure and visit the Osage Indian museums and cultural center while you are here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a clean, neat, small park. The manager lives on site. All sites are pull-through. It is off the main road and quiet. It is in the heart of the Osage Indian reservation. The sites are gravel and the pads are level. There is a "Tornado" shelter in the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.