Wow. Super clean park. Great big sites. Paved pads and roads. Quiet We had tons of room for our coach and toad. Did not need to unhook. Spent an overnight on a road trip. Needed a spot with power for ac on a hot Oklahoma night. Check in at the RV park. Be sure to get off on exit 1 it is the easiest route. If you get a players card the first night is free. Only bummer was the shuttles to the casino are not running yet, it was a short easy walk.
Thank God this RV park is open!! RVing is a great way to self isolate and social distance so I have a hard time believing that it is good to close them!! Us full timers have to be somewhere!! The casino and restaurants are closer but the RV park is very well kept and only $25/night. Great walking roads.
One of the nicest RV parks we’ve stayed at. Big rig friendly (were a 44ft class A) with paved wide roads and paved pads. Utilities are awesome (high water pressure) and the park is beautiful. They’ve got grills and picnic tables at each site, lots of trash cans around and plenty of dog cleanup stations.
We usually stay at Winstar on our way back to FL from OK. They have pull thrus and back in spaces. Reservations are highly recommended. Small trees no shade but good for satellite. Get a players card and you will receive a discount on stay. They look to see if you have a players card now and automatically give you the discount. Paved level spots with full hookups. Fast efficient friendly check in. Nice pool. The casino is huge - mile long from end to end. They have finished the new hotel tower and added an arena for outdoor venues. Shuttle service seems to be working better. There is also a new exit from I-35 at the north end, however we think it's better if you take the south exit to reach the RV park. There is fuel at the south stop. You can overnight in the truck parking area to the left before you get to the RV park. Gravel lot. Shuttle does come to the gravel lot.
The RV park is still clean, pristine and level with full hookups. The shuttle service can be a bit slow, but delivers to all areas of the casino. As it is about a mile from one end to the other, this is a nice feature. They also have a big rig parking lot next to the casino, partially paved, partially gravel, with no hookups, but the shuttle bus drives through on its regular run. The pavilion is complete, as well as a new swimming pool. If you are a regular at the casino, they send you free nights in the hotel, which you can use in the RV park. We have attended rallies at the RV park as well as just staying anytime we drive north from Texas. It is advised to make a reservation as sometimes they are full, especially on the weekends. The casino has a Ladies Day and Men's Day, as well as Senior Breakfast on Wednesday and Thursday. The breakfast were being catered and were great, but now they just have them in the buffet - hey, its still free! There are several restaurants and a buffet inside the casino, as well as fast food places. There are service stands for free sodas and coffee/tea, as well as several bars, a sports tv that is the size of my house, and very friendly staff.