Green Acres

Space for 1 Rig
25 ft max
3 nights maximum

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2 months max
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  • Slideouts Allowed
  • Generators Not Allowed
  • Barbecues Allowed
  • Lawnchairs Allowed
  • Pets Welcome


  • 15 Amp Electric Hookup
  • Water Hookup
  • Tow Vehicle Parking
  • Off-Leash Area
  • No donation requested for hookups


One space for a class B (up to 25ft long), a little tricky to back through or turn around to avoid the branches, (however, our 10' high rig goes in and out often).

House Rules

Amenities include: charcoal grill (guests provide charcoal) electric, water, trash bin, firewood, premium cigars, espresso drinks (usually after 10:30a), ice (in limited quantities).

We do not have WIFI.

Please ask us for anything else you might need.

NO generators

NO dumping

Access Road Conditions

Located 8 miles west of Tulsa, or 8 miles north of Sapulpa, or 8 miles east of Sand Springs.

2.5 miles to I44 or Hwy 97.

All roads are paved.

Trees to avoid in driveway, although we do it regularly.

Tow Vehicle Parking Details

You will have to either back in or back out, it is not a pull-through, tow vehicle can stay connected to RV. However, if you are not able to back up the tow rig, there is also more available parking on our dead end street (without utilities).


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Any day, check in after 10am to before dusk.

Available any time EXCEPT Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.


Tulsa, OK, United States of America

Suggested Local Attractions


Gilcrease Museum has one of the finest collections of Western American and Indian Art in the world.

Tulsa has extensive and excellent examples of Art Deco architecture (mostly ziggurat and some streamline).

The Gathering Place is a unique very large recreational park open free to the public. With playgrounds, kiddie water park, skate park, basketball courts, kayaking, restaurants, gardens, trails, indoor and outdoor seating areas.

Turkey Mountain, which is actually a big hill, with at least 3 hiking, trails through the woods, of various difficulty.

The Tulsa Regional Trail System along the river with, a 50 mile paved trail for biking, walking, running or skateboarding.


With basic run of the mill stuff that you could see in most any city: Philbrook Museum of art: (beautiful sculptured gardens and Italian renaissance residence converted to a museum, paid admission some, free days) , Performing arts center opera: symphony, etc. Oxley Nature Center: wildish natural but tended trails (paid admission), Tulsa Zoo: vin ordinaire.

If you are really bored you could try): golden driller, center of the universe, ORU.

Worth a visit to: Will Rogers Museum and JM Davis Gun Museum in Claremore, and Woolrock museum toward Bartlesville, OKC Zoo.

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References for Green Acres


June 2021

Great place to stay

The location is perfect. Its near town (Tulsa) but it feels like you are in the country. You have to have a small rig and be able to back up but its worth the stay. The hosts were very hospitable and generous. They have a beautiful family and property.


April 2020

It was perfect

Great location in the country. With well indicating n'y the family. Easy to find. Very nice family. WE will Come back. Thanks! It was pleasure. Merci !


May 2015

Lovely Setting, Amazing People

Once again, last night proved that we meet the most amazing people through this site! And the Pktbox family is no exception. We enjoyed super hospitality and conversations that went on well into the evening. The children are a complete delight - bright, polite, happy, and so well-behaved. We highly recommend this family both as hosts and as guests (they plan to travel later this year and we hope they'll come visit us). We had a peaceful evening in a quiet, country setting where we felt much more removed from the city of Tulsa than we actually were.