Along with the many attractions, Tulsa and the surrounding areas are home to some amazing RV campgrounds; from no-frills camping to a full-on outdoors experience, there is sure to be an option for you. Whether you are looking for a quiet spot away from the city’s hustle and bustle or want to be a stone’s throw away from town, here are some of the best RV parks in Tulsa.
Just a ten-minute drive northwest of downtown you’ll find Canyon Creek campsite that covers all of your RV camping needs, including free wifi and showers. A bit further out of town, on the Arkansas River, Eagle’s View offers an abundance of amenities, including free wifi, cell service, and a place to do your laundry that has AC.
If you’re looking for somewhere to cover the basics, and that is close to town, Expo Square is a great option, especially if you’re attending an event nearby, such as the Tulsa Fair. Additionally, Estes RV Park is inexpensive and close to attractions, plus rates include utilities.
There are also Tulsa RV campgrounds that not only offer a place to camp but are an experience on their own. The campground at Keystone Lake is a 30-minute drive outside of town, is right on the lake, and offers water sports, boating, and hiking trails. Fuel and groceries are available next door at the marina. Cherry Hill is a park that’s open year-round, close to trails for hiking and biking, plus restaurants and shopping.
If you want to get a taste of some southern BBQ while camping, reserve a spot at Tulsa RV ranch, they are home to a famous BBQ joint and host plenty of onsite activities.