Full hook ups, drive thru grass sites. Pulled in after dark, paid in drop box $12 / night. Plenty of room. Would come again. Did not see signs for RV park. It is across from a school.
If you need electricity for overnight stay, this is your spot. $12/night , quiet.
Tiger Town RV but came up under different name, Caywood. Great place, quiet, level sites and cool drive through "beverage barn"also offering breakfast sandwiches, munchies, ice cream bars ect. Few trees but plenty of space to put awning out. As previous review stated not clearly marked but no problem finding as is located across from school. Felt safe, police patrolled. Friendly staff. $12.00 when open or &15.00 drop box.
All grass lots. Plenty long enough for our 40' fifth wheel and wide enough to park our RV and the pickup side by side. (And the other pickup in front of the RV) Found it by chance. Nothing fancy, but perfect for our overnight stay. Would have stayed longer if we hadn't been on a schedule. No problem with Verizon signal for phones and our computer access. Easy to acquire DISH satellite signal. A"beverage barn" in the park. Only $12.00 for the night, full hook up, 50 amp. Didn't look for any shopping or restaurants, but would expect to drive to Atoka for those things.
Spent one night. Has a little convenience store. Easy to pay right at store. Fairly quiet. Would stay again.
Staying one night. Full hookups for $15/night. Not bad. Level sites. Easy in and out