We own/operate a recently opened small RV Park and Campground(July 2019). This was my homeplace when I was growing up!
Now it is our Territory Route 66 Phase II in our development to benefit our community.
If you're traveling Route 66, "we're on your way!"
If you're looking for a destination, we can be that for you, also!
It isn't perfectly manicured yet, it IS the country so there is abundant beauty and peacefulness!
Gorgeous sunsets and sunrises, golden fields of grain, beautiful and rich soil, bright puffy clouds and clouds of all sorts, big blue skies, fresh air, wildlife and friendly people!
💥💥💥Get your propane filled before you arrive at either:
Last known source from the East: El Reno, Oklahoma Tractor Supply at Country Club Road exit or at Carnott’s on Route 66
Last known source from the West: Weatherford, Oklahoma, check for suppliers.💥💥💥
💥The Love’s Travel Stop at exit 101 near us doesn’t have a person to fill the tanks at all times.💥
If you are truly “boondocking” meaning self-contained with NO NEED FOR HOOKUPS, your stay is WITHOUT A FEE.
If you need hookups, we ask for our “boondockers welcome” special rate of $10 per night to cover the costs of water, electric, sewer, garbage service and grounds upkeep.
Pets on leash please so all our guests can feel safe. Pick up after your pet so all guests may enjoy the property!
Your site is just that, YOURS!
And other campers sites are "THEIRS"!
Let's respect one another and still leave room for friendships to form!
Fires of any kind in designated areas only!
Thank you for helping keep everyone and their property safe!
Smoking at your OWN RV ONLY!
Dispose of tobacco products leftovers properly as we consider the leftovers(butts) to be trash also!
NO SMOKING at Community Fire Rings!
Please observe Quiet Time: 9 pm to 8 am.
Please drive slowly through the Park.
Garbage pick up day is on Tuesday!
Please read and follow the Guidelines for Happy Campers that we will provide if you are staying a couple of days.
💥 Services available in/near town of Hinton:
Nice little grocery store,
dollar general and
good restaurants(one Mexican food,
one pizza place,
(two other restaurants within the nearby casinos) a great museum,
True Value Hardware store with an RV supply section,
Love’s Travel Stop(but we encourage you to use local shops if possible),
many churches(most denominations),
excellent walking trail/nature preserve all 5 miles south.
AND our very nice United Methodist Church about 1/4 mile north from our location, meets on Sunday at 0915 a.m.
💥 Services on I-40/Route 66 east of us: Fuel, food, Cherokee Restaurant and Trading Post(nice gifts, moccasins, jewelry, etc.)
💥 Services on Route 66/I-40 west of us:
Lucille’s original service station site near Hydro then a few more miles west is the new Lucille’s Restaurant(best chicken fried steak ever!)
💥Downtown Diner on Main Street, best owners around! Mary and Steve Ralston!💥
Have a need? Call the proprietors or their host residents(seasonal) at whatever time your need arises!
50 miles west of Oklahoma City, Easy on/off from I-40 and directly ON Oklahoma Route 66.
If traveling Route 66 FROM THE EAST we are just a few miles west of the Pony Bridge.
FROM THE WEST we are about 9 miles from Hydro, Oklahoma.(Lucille’s original site).
We have more than one slip so if you have a convoy please ask how many slips are available if more than one slip is needed!
Our Park consists of a central Gravel road with one way travel for safety and ease of use with a slight incline to the exit back onto Route 66. Our slips are on flat ground
Generous slips at 30 degree angle to center road for ease of backing into.
We live in the country so without the light pollution of town/city it is very dark!
Our lighting is purposefully subdued but we are glad to meet you upon arrival to assist with parking, hookups, etc.
Best if you can arrive during the day but we are glad to assist you with your arrival and needs!
We’d appreciate an initial ETA then a courtesy call to our 405-542-6566 (OK66) with a ONE HOUR ETA also. We have other properties we maintain so need a good idea of when to be available to our guests arriving.
alongside or in front of your RV in the generous sized slip. Please park on the gravel only!
On Jan. 26 2020 we’ll be at the Route 66 Association meeting between the hours of 11 am and 7 pm but the Park is open.
Slips 4 & 5 are first available,
held for our Boondockers Welcome guests
who make reservations, if still available at your ETA
so just park and we’ll be there
within 10 minutes
if you’ve given us your ETA at the one hour away mark!
Route 66 !
Fort Reno in El Reno, Oklahoma.
Bridgeport United Methodist Church, built in 1907 and still holding church services on Sundays at 0915.
The Bridgeport Post Office building, though in disrepair.
The remaining columns of the Key Bridge which was the South Canadian River Crossing of the Original Route 66 Alignment.
The William H. "Alfalfa Bill" Murray Bridge also known as the Pony Bridge called such due to the style of trusses used in its construction.
Ghost Town of Bridgeport(listed in the Ghost Towns of Oklahoma book) though still inhabited.
Nearby, Lucille's Filling Station near Hydro, Oklahoma and the Lucille's Restaurant newly established in memory of the original Lucille.
Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park.
1.5 hours from the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton, Oklahoma where you will see buffalo, elk and all sorts of wildlife.
1 hour from Fort Cobb Lake.
1 hour from Oklahoma City, the Murrah Building Memorial and many other landmarks including the Bricktown area with the Water Canal, boat rides and other attractions.
We are so glad we found your little Oasis.
You we're above and beyond the perfect host. We really enjoyed dinner and the left overs were great for a late dinner on the road. We also had a relaxing night sitting around the camp fire.
Al and Sheila
We were welcomed by Dan who visited with us a while and made sure we had everything we needed. Utilities all new. Perfect spot to de-winterize camper after coming from Wisconsin. We will stop here again.
This stay was a perfect stop on route heading west. Our hosts Danny and Carol were very nice and their campground was very well kept. Having 50 amp was perfect as it was a cold night. $15 is a bargain! The welcome package was not expected but certainly appreciated. Thank you Danny and Carol.
This was easy to get into off route 66. The owner was working all day on installing lights. Wish we would have gotten a chance to visit more but it was chilly n our girls needed inside. Thank you so much for having us. It was nice to hook up and get showers and not hold the water.
They guided us right in to their place then helped back the 5th wheel in. We chose the electric hook up and it was a very reasonable $15. The space was large and clean. It was a very quiet place to spend the night and we won’t hesitate to stay with them again. A+
Fantastic 2-day stay! Danny and Carol have created a phenomenal RV park. This location was not what we had expected from our Google map search ... be prepared to be welcomed with level gravel sites, lighted sign, easy on and off I-40, and of course, the warmth of Danny and Carole. Will definitely return!
These hosts have an unusual situation, read the description and house rules. We chose to support their enterprise.
Hosts met us at the location, let us pick our site, and made utilities available.
Both were very friendly and warm despite chilling temperatures and fierce wind.
We would stay again, and would like to get to know these hard-working souls better.
Nice people, would recommend anyone traveling thru to stay here. Going to be a great little RV park!!
A nice Park in the making. Host greeted us and told us we could Park in any site that suited us. Nice level gravel sites and 50 amp service! Boondockers is free but we opted for electric as it was getting chilly at night and TV is nice to have to pass the night and a bargain at $15. Quiet in spite of I40 within view. Nice country location with easy off/on. Wish them the best of luck with their endeavor.
We enjoyed meeting this delightful couple. They have worked hard to make a restful spot away from the busy freeway. They have a passion for their small town and a desire to give back to the community they love.
It’s so nice that, if we could, we’d stand on I-40 with a “Dancing Sign” to help fill it up.
Directions are great from every direction. Full hook-ups are available. We recommend this spot to anyone traveling thru OK.
We will come back one day and they are certainly welcome at our campfire anytime. We say “thank you”!