This site is off in the woods. It is not close to our house so we might not be able to meet you there. There are plenty of hiking trails but there is also plenty of ticks, chiggers, and weeds. I try to keep the camping area mowed but sometimes may not be able to. The site is near the intersection of State Highways 48 and 33.
Be careful with fires because the site is in the woods.
The entrance is a gravel drive off a paved State highway. During periods of wet weather, you could get stuck if you venture off the path. There is a fairly sharp turn to get in to and out of the sites but I parked my 36' fifth wheel and my 35' motor home there.
There is plenty of parking available next to rig parking.
We did have it listed as having full hookups. Unfortunately, a massive wildfire on August 4, 2012 took out my electricity, well, and septic. I hope to rebuild but it will be a while. In the meantime, you are welcome to stay here.
Keystone and Heyburn Lakes are nearby as well as the towns of Sapulpa and Bristow, both of which are on the famous Route 66 which runs from Chicago to Los Angeles.
First I want to apologize for my late comments, I had commented after my visit but it must not have posted. The kind host was very quick to respond to my request for an overnight place to stay and the campsite was easy to access and easy to turn around my friends large rig with a toad. Even though he couldn’t be there he left us the combination to the gate. Many thanks
Although I missed the driveway on my first pass as my GPS had the location as further south, I enjoyed a quite night in this private campground. My friend who accompanied me had a 34 ft motor home with a toad and was able to access the camping space easily.