This is an often overlooked RV park because there is no sign on I-40. The spaces are grassy and spacious. Full hook-ups are a reasonable $24-26. The park is just far enough off the Interstate to avoid the noise.
A good basic restaurant serves a variety of choices including chef salads, hamburgers, chicken fingers, and BBQ. It might seem closed but is open for lunch and dinner. It was nice to find a mom and pop with home cooking.
We always stay here to relax on the way home. If you are a member of Passport America, the management honors your discount. Nearby, is Texola which was once a ghost town. A few shops and a bar are now open. All in all it us a great place to relax under the trees and meet other RVers.
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