Wonderful campground. Clean and only six miles out of town. Not 33m as shown here.
We camped here on July 4th, 2013 with our granddaughters. The park was not crowded and wild life was in abundance. We had deer walking right up to the camper. Hiking trials, great swimming pool, campground showers for tent people, clean and well maintained, and many playgrounds for kids. Not far from the caverns. Highly recommend!
The park has two RV areas, one with just 30 amps for $22 and a smaller circle with 10 full hook ups and 50 Amps for $30. There were only two occupied when we arrived after the office was closed. The park has a pool that we did not use. Bathrooms are adequate.
Stayed a week at Whitetail campground site 16. Site was fairly level, bathrooms were clean, only one shower per gender but it was hot! Wish there were more trails & the small pond wasn't great fishing. There was a trail at our campground with a neat, kind of scary find of a timber teepee. Quite & easily accessible. Heard reports of lots of stickers. There were a few stickers but mostly just burs. Kids ran around bare foot just fine. The park is centrally located to many other state parks which is why we chose it. Went to different state park everyday within an hour or 2 of the campsite. Also check out Fort Supply, Pioneer Museum in Woodward, & Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva.