Don't let your 1st impression stop you from staying here. We nearly did but so glad we were kinda forced to stick it out. We were held hostage to this place for 4! days due to batteries AND inverter dying on us after our first reluctant night here. We basically boondocked for 3 nights while we waited for parts to come in. Thankful for Hurley RV for expediting and giving us a small, but appreciated discount. We hired techs through Midway Mobile Rv to put in our inverter, hubby replaced all 6 batteries and we were good to go. After asking rv techs, where the best rv park was in Tulsa ( we were told that we had to change spots since we were in a overnight spot (Now I wasn't happy about that because after being there for 4 nights I just thought that if I had to get everything road ready then we would just go to another rv park). After asking the techs which rv park in Tulsa was the best, they told us "you're in it". Now this is a mobile home park so it isn't a rv resort. But after we agreed to move to another spot we were so glad that we stayed. Most spots are very shady and most spots are graveled, roomy and level. The community is friendly and the office staff is very friendly, informative and we truly loved staying here. There is a train that glides right along side the park but it's very quiet, seriously quiet. It is a bit tricky to find at first but once you find it, you'll find it's fairly easy. If you have any questions feel free to ask. As for amenities, they have a pool ( too chilly to even think about) laundry room available ( we didn't go in there, we have one in our rig) office is clean but basic (pool table) bathhouse is clean. Office hours close fairly early but they are easy to work with the next morning. Con- right across from the water treatment facility so some evenings you can literally smell the fragrance of the sludge factory ( unless you're my hubby and he doesn't smell anything, not fair lol). So I give this 4 ****'s due to the WTF and location. But I highly recommend this place, close to Tulsa Hills shopping center and nor far from St. John's medical facilities.
Big shade trees, nice pool and club house, friendly manager
I was a little concerned when we first pulled in. It's about 40% mobile homes, some a little rough, some nice. The rest is a combination of vacant lots, perm 5ers and some big rigs. We started noticing the big rigs were all expensive so figured it can't be bad. First the good. Sites are huge and not close to each other. Our site could easily hold two big RVs plus parking. Hookups were fine except our sewer pipe was about 6" of the ground. Gravel pad was level. Large trees everywhere so it would be nice and shady in the summer. Office was clean and the staff were nice. Didn't use the pool or laundry but not because of condition. Wifi was good (Tengo) Close to downtown, although it's Tulsa, you can be across town in 20 mins so anything you need is close by. River and walking path are across the street. The not so bad... some strange intersections in the area make getting there tricky. Sewage plant smelled one night. Some highway noise but it's the city! We were there in the spring and the lawns needed maintenance, maybe they just hadn't started for the year? I would stay again. The park has a ton of potential, just needs some freshening.