14801 S Hwy 137Fairland, OK 74343
How to Read Good Sam Directory Ratings
The three-number rating that accompanies each campground listing in the directory gives readers an at-a-glance assessment of a campground's amenities, cleanliness and environment.
How to read the Good Sam Rating 10/10 /10.All three ratings categories are measured on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the best.Less than 1 percent of parks or campgrounds receive the coveted 10 / 10 / 10 rating, which indicates superior facilities that are well maintained, clean, well-appointed restrooms and a highly appealing appearance.Campgrounds are inspected annually by dedicated RVers like you.
Completeness of facilities
10 / 10 / 10The first campground rating evaluates completeness and quality of facilities.In this category we rate interior roads, sites, registration area, hookups, recreation, swimming, security, laundry, store and building maintenance.
Cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms and showers
10 / 10 / 10The second rating category concerns the cleanliness and physical characteristics of toilets, walls, showers, sinks/counters/mirrors and floor. If a park achieves a full point in each of the above, it receives a star (), indicating exceptionally clean restrooms.
Also rated are physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
Visual Appeal and Environmental Quality
10 / 10 / 10 This category addresses the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Welcome to Oklahoma
Cowboy culture, Native American history and wholesome hospitality coalesce nicely in the Sooner State. Oklahoma's geographical traits are just as varied, with its golden prairies, rugged mountains and cypress swamps....
Why's Oklahoma called the Sooner State? In 1889, folks grabbed land sooner than was allowed. Those were wild days, but you can still have a wild time in the wilds of Oklahoma — there's much to do outdoors! You can ride a zip line through dramatic landscapes, go for a spin on a bike tour, take a skydiving leap of faith, get a whole new altitude on a helicopter adventure, relax in myriad state parks, hike Turkey Mountain, hunt pronghorns, reel in a prize fish, go boating and much more....
Oklahoma: Three destinations for fun on the Great Plains
Native American heritage and modern water recreation blend nicely in the Sooner State. Tour historic sites and reel in the big one. Delve into the state's Native America past or reel in the big one from a sprawling lake....
E-bnd: From Jct of I-44 & Afton exit (US-60), E 11.9 mi on US-60 (L); or W-bnd: From Wyandotte, W 3 mi on US-60 (R)