Council Road RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
John and Jane's excellent adventure
Very basic. Grass and gravel but full hook up. Close to interstate and fuel. Good for single night stay.
The park is located right between I 40 and a busy Council Road. The sites are nice and the park is fairly well kept. The restrooms are very clean but not handicapped accessible at all. We stayed for six nights for family reasons and would prefer not to stay there again just because of the noise. Many sites appear to be for permanent residents. There aren't many options in Oklahoma City that aren't on the Interstates.
Friendly staff; clean, warm restrooms/showers
We were stuck in Oklahoma City during cold and snowy weather with a rig with heat that wasn't working - not a fun situation. We found the staff at this park to be genuinely friendly and supportive and appreciated that very much. The restrooms were very clean and warm which got huge points from us in this situation! The park does have a lot of permanents and it is in an industrial part of the city so it is not what I would consider a destination park. However, if you have need to be in the city or just passing through and not there specifically for the camping experience, it meets needs just fine. There are also trees for shade if you are there during warm weather.
It was a place to stop that was off the highway...
We picked this location as it was close to the freeway, and was past most of the town as our direction was west, heading home. The park is situated in a highly industrial area, which posed a problem both entering and leaving, due to the number of large trucks using this frontage road. Their ads all say "newly remodeled", I just don't see it. or at least don't get it. The place looks in need of some general maintenance, and housekeeping. the people in the office were friendly, and led us to our camp., but I just didn't feel at home. There were a lot of spaces that look like seasonal, permanent visitors. It was July, and the heat has done it's job on the vegetation in the park, mostly brown, the grass sparse. The roads were paved, but a bit narrow on the turns. The pads were concrete, and long enough to handle my rig, (38foot, and toad). The hookups were loose, and needed anchoring to the posts. Electrical looked a bit unsafe, but I had no problem. There are some large trees on the property to provide shade to some spaces. the office had no store, or ice. I found a Pilot down the freeway, (westbound about 3 miles) where I got gas, and ice. There was free Wi-fi, and it did work. Overall, nothing special other than its proximity to the Freeway. They have facilities, restroom, showers, laundromat, but we did not spend any time to investigate the condition of them. they do accept pets, but there was no specific area designated as a dog walk area. They are a Good Sam member. Woodall gave them a W W W W, but I just don't see it. We left early the next day and would not return again. Next time I'll drive a bit further. At the very least, some more research is needed first.