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 $15 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!
Dogs are welcome with owners who pick up after them!
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 our area: *Those with an asterisk are home-grown!* meaning local people who grew up here!
Hinton: Nice little grocery store, (market square), dollar general and
good restaurants(one Mexican food;
*Brew 92, great coffee and deli style foods;
one pizza place;
one more deli;
three cafes: *Rocky’s, Gloria’s and Main Street cafe;
(two other restaurants within the nearby casinos) a great museum south of the downtown;
car wash x 2,
*True Value Hardware store with an RV supply section;
*many small shops in the downtown area;
Love’s Travel Stop(but we encourage you to use local shops if possible);
many churches(most denominations);
*excellent Veteran’s Memorial/walking trail/nature preserve all 5 miles south of us.
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:
Hydro, OK: Lucille’s original service station site near Hydro then a few more miles west In Weatherford, OK is the new Lucille’s Restaurant(best chicken fried steak ever!)
💥Weatherford, OK: *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!
Slips2 on the grass and slip 3 are first available,
held for our Boondockers Welcome guests
who make reservations, if still available at your ETA
so just park and call us and we’ll be there
within 20 minutes
if you’ve given us your ETA at the one hour away mark!
Always call if any assistance is needed!
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.
Very nice quite new campground. We Boondocker the first night at no charge and decided to hook up and park the special Boondocker‘s welcome fee of $15. We visited red rock canyon. Unfortunately it had some damage from the recent ice storm. Be careful once you get onto Route 66 going down the first hill to the campground the patch in the road is like a speed bump. There are several other areas that are very rough on the road and you need to go slow. The campground had very nice showers and laundry equipment. It was only three dollars per load which included washing and drying. We would definitely stay there again if in the area.
This was our first stay with BW. An Awesome experience. A very peaceful, restful night. Our host greeted us and made us feel very welcomed.
This is a peaceful place to spend a night or two if you want to explore Oklahoma City. We chose to boondock, but it's very nice to have the option of full hookups. The showers are extremely spacious, and the laundry machines are top notch! The hosts were out of town, but the folks who came by to check on things were very pleasant. We could tell the hosts have a lot of love and passion for this gem of a spot.
Such lovely scenery with a gorgeous sunset, and it was just the beginning. The host was amazing. I had a dead battery and she was going to run get her jumper cables, but thought to ask another, longer term camper and I was quickly back on the road. But wait! Two days later, after I was long up I-40, she calls me to make sure I was ok since I was having vehicle issues. The host is just one of several special and unsung heroes on my journey from Tucson to Southern Missouri.
The host site is an inviting minimalistic campground offering full electric, water and sewer for a $15/night charge which is quite a deal. It is a quiet location just minutes off of I-40. It was perfect for our travels. Thank you!
Good place to stop for a short stay. Very inexpensive for full hookups.
Awesome stop on our way to the Grand Canyon... just what we needed.
Wow! Warm and welcoming Hosts and a choice of 4 camping sites that were level with all new electric pedestals, and new frost guarded water connections. FHU!
Yes we drove right off Route 66 pavement onto our site and shut off the motor.
Our Hosts ensured we had everything we needed and we look forward to seeing them again. Definitely will recommend them and there piece of “real” history. Thanks for all you’ve done to make our lives better on Route 66!
Territory Route 66 is a beautiful small campground right off of the interstate! The owners were so kind and accommodating even with our later than planned arrival! We are so thankful for a good nights rest after driving through all of the road work on i40. The sites are large and easy to pull into from the road. Couldn’t have asked for anything better!
Quick and easy place to pull in for the night. They had a pay shower on sight that my husband used and said was good. We left in the morning so we didn’t spend much time. Everything was as we expected.
Great place , FH, much needed rest for us. Wish we could stay longer but the storm of the century is on our tail.
This is a very pleasant location, with amazing views! The owners are very welcoming and attentive, even for our last minute (a couple hours) arrival. Everything worked out perfectly! We definitely would stay again if we get back to this area!
This is a great place to stay if you need to rest your head on a road trip. They were so great to communicate with and you can tell that they just love what they do! They were full for the night but they allowed me to dry dock which was wonderful as I did get access to their Wi-Fi. Highly recommend staying here and I hope to do so again someday soon.
This is such a perfect little spot. The hosts are very friendly and it has everything you need. We will definitely be staying again soon.
Quick and easy stopping place for the night. We would definitely stay again if our path leads us this way again.
Amazing small little camp ground off route 66. Hosts were top notch and very friendly. Highly recommend!!
It’s a quiet no frills stay on Route 66. The owners were friendly the spots are wide and deep. We enjoyed our stay!
Very sweet people. Very helpful. Beautiful spot to stay. This is a nice clean quite and we'll kept place. We Will be back.
Thank you for having us!
Very peaceful desert stop in small quiet RV park. Convenient to i40 but far enough away to avoid highway noise. Quite a bit of space between slips and the host was welcoming.Highly recommend for a good night's sleep.
After Boondocking at mostly rest stops and store parking lots for a week it was awesome to have hook ups and WiFi for such a reasonable price. First time using a BoonDockers Welcome host and look forward to doing it again!
The host were lovely. They greeted us the minute we pulled into their park and made sure we had everything that we needed. This is a small park that had everything we needed including very friendly guest. Be sure to see the Pony Bridge if you stay here!
Great place to stay. Friendly and very helpful. Chose the wrong time for weather everything froze during the night. But it was a quiet convenient place to stop
We had a wonderful time here! It was so quiet. The campground was beautiful and well taken care of. Thank you so much for having us!
Our second time at this campground. Lovely spot, quiet, wonderful people run it. Would stay here again.
TerritoryRoute66 is a great place to stop through. Wonderful down to earth hosts with all the amenities you need. They let me stay an extra day even though they were getting really full. Not only did they take care of me, they send me off with a bag of home grown tomatoes and a Hersey Chocolate Bar. What else can I say but WOW!.
If you guys are passing through Oklahoma, I would definitely stay here! Very convenient location. Be ready for Oklahoma winds though.
First time with boondockerswelcome.com and the experience was excellent, not to mention the care and welcoming of the hosts.
A friendly owner/host who graciously worked with us, got to know us, but yet was respectful of our time.
Quiet little park right on Rt. 66 that brought back many memories from decades ago traveling this road. As we drove along, the pah-dunks sturred those memories afresh!
One of those places we are sure to stop in again.🤠 🤗
Territory 66 was super-convenient to Hwy40, on historic Route 66. Brand new, very clean facilities (showers, toilets, laundry). Our hosts were gracious and kind and even left us a bocce ball game for our grandchildren to play with. We very much enjoyed this park! Thank you!
We went to bed at 9:00 hoping for a good night’s rest but unfortunately, the moron next to us tied his dog to the water faucet and let it bark until 10:30. Have you ever noticed that barking dog owners are deaf? It woke us up and we couldn’t go back to sleep. When we finally did go back to sleep he started his car right under our bedroom window and woke us up again. It’s sad when people have no consideration for others. Of course this can happen anywhere and we will definitely be back to this lovely little park!
Small, quiet, large lots for our two dogs to stretch out. Host was great! Very good place to spend the night! Highly recommend.
This was our visit Boondockers Welcome stay and it was better than expected. Danny was very friendly and helpful. The location was easy to get to and there are some great hike trails nearby.
This is a lovely spot to stop for a night or two. The hosts are friendly and even loaned us some chairs so we could sit out in the cool breeze and listen to the night sounds. Our children really enjoyed the soft grass in our spot. We will definitely return. Side note: the lamp posts were my favorite! 🥰
Quiet, clean, beautiful site. All hookups and friendly. Will stay again
This is a beautiful place to stay right on Route 66. It was also very peaceful, considering you can see I-40 in the distance. Our gravel spot was level. The host was friendly and helpful. We would definitely make this a stop anytime we pass through the area!
Great stopover with easy access from I-40. The hosts at TerritoryRoute66 have created a wonderful little gem of a park. Very friendly folks who clearly take pride in providing RVers with a nice, peaceful place.
Very quiet and well maintained place. Thanks for the easy stay!
We had a change in plans do to Covid which altered our route. So on the way home. Territory Route 66 took us in at a request asked a few days in advance. Great hosts and Top Notch Camping Park. 5 stars and more. Highly recommend them for a visit. Hope to see them again when coming out West. "HPYTRLS" The Dob Pod.
Last minute stay at Territory Route 66 and it couldn’t have been better! They were so gracious and welcoming. Beautiful setting. We watched the sun set (and rise!) over the surrounding wheat fields.
We were so happy to stay with TerritoryRoute66 and were so thankful for the option of hookups! The wide open space was wonderful for our kids to run around and our hosts were incredibly gracious and easy to talk to, very welcoming. The location was perfect for our quick stopover and the sunset was just beautiful! Thank you!
The sites are nice and spacious with plenty of room to maneuver, easy to park and access hookups! Hosts were very helpful and friendly! Highly recommend it!
Friendly, helpful host and great campsite. Very conveniently located off I-40.
Territory Route 66 located right off hwy was nice. Cute small campground that is very well maintained. Host very nice and welcoming. Definitely stay again if in the area. "HPYTRLS" The Dob Pod
Very nice folks, greeted us when we arrived. Even their dogs were happy to see us. The directions seemed a little daunting but the journey was actually easy. No highway or train.
Wonderful setting, very quiet. Hosts were great with info on the area. Hope to see them again in the fall traveling back to AZ.
We so enjoyed our stay, it was interesting learning about some of the Route 66 history. After a quite and peaceful night, we were ready to continue our journey. Would love to return in the future.
We extended our stay at Territory Route 66 RV Camp over the Memorial Day Weekend. The gravel lots are large enough for our big rig motorhome plus the tow vehicle. Our views are wheat and hay fields. This is a new small campground with full hookups. The owners are very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again when traveling I-40 in Oklahoma.
We loved it so much that we made arrangements to stay again on our return trip. We had another AMAZING time :) Look forward to the next time we get to visit with our new friends Carol & Dan :)
We had an amazing overnight stay! Nice quiet, small & peaceful campground with FHU available. We caught a beautiful sunset, and had an amazing view over wheat fields and rolling hills in the distance. Thunderstorm in the distance gave us an amazing light show in the evening.
Hosts are wonderful & generous people that will most certainly become people we keep in touch with and look forward to seeing anytime we are in the area!! We will DEFINITELY be back, in fact, already planning to stay on our way back through.
These are the type of wonderful people and stays that make me LOVE our BW membership!! :)
A great spot! Got in late and in the dark. It was very easy to find following directions and to spot it in the dark. We backed in fine in the dark. Host even greeted us as we arrived and made sure we were fine after our long day of driving and storms. So thoughtful.
Only caution...drive slow on the 2.2 miles on the old Route 66 road, speed bump and major seems along bridges over converts. The padunks are not too rough.
Absolutely brilliant and very lovely hosts
Had a very helpful welcome pack with lots of information on that was very helpful
Would definitely recommend this to anyone and would love to stay there again if I was in the area
Thanks for all your help Paul and Rosy
We had a wonderful time at TerritoryRoute66! Our hosts were so pleasant and kind! We enjoyed eating supper out with them at Lucille’s and learning a bit more about the original Route 66. We opted to pay the small amount for electrical hookup and enjoyed the WiFi. Very convenient, nice level spots, and lovely new lamppost lighting. We’ll definitely return if we’re in the area.
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”!