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Baumgartens VW Krankenhaus

21 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Tuttle, OK
We are collectors and fixers of all things vintage Volkswagen. Featured on Hot VW’s YouTube page, we have 5 acres here at our house and shop and love to have campers come stay with us. You can have as much or as little interaction with us as you like. Our neighborhood centers around a pond and we have a camping space and fire pit in our backyard. Very quiet area with the BEST sunset views anywhere! A mile and a half from Tiger Safari Wild Animal Park!
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Jimmys Paradise Ranch

4 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Guthrie, OK
Guthrie is a Historic landmark site, there are 3 lakes within 10 miles, I have Pontoon and Bass Boat rentals, starting at 350/day with James as Captain. James knows where the fish are., Shower, Rest room facilities, camping, fishing ,campfires welcome , great place to camp out under the stars, Pets Welcome. You will be just 25 miles from fantastic nightlife in Oklahoma City. Learn more about this land: Guthrie is a historical landmark, there's lots to do within 10 miles of my property, 3 lakes, swimming, fishing, pontoon boat rental, Bass fishing and Crappie fishing guide on site, there's hiking, mtn biking, Drive In Theater, Restaurants, all nearby. Transportation available to and from Historic Guthrie.
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Horizon R & R

2 sites · RVs, Tents18 acres · Rush Springs , OK
The campsite overlooks over 600 acres of peaceful grassy knolls which takes the viewer back in time. See below for a bit of local history and things to see while in the area. Our campsites are BYOS sites: We do not provide outhouses or tent potties at our sites, so you must bring your own. We do, however, provide a full restroom with shower/bath at the main house during reasonable hours and have a septic for you to dispose of your waste (during open hours) so you don't have to travel with it. Welcome and we hope you enjoy yourselves and get a glimpse of a little bit of what our tierheim visitors enjoy when they come here. Local History About 65 miles southwest of Oklahoma City, near the junction of Highways 81 and 17, was a sign that said: "Welcome to Rush Springs, home of 1500 happy faces and a few old soreheads." Now the sign says: "Welcome to Rush Springs." Also, there is a giant watermelon slice indicating that Rush Springs is also the Watermelon Capital. Rush Springs gets its name from the large springs near the head of Rush Creek from which the town gets its water supply. It is one of the oldest (if not the oldest) settlements in Grady County, Oklahoma. The history of Rush Springs may be divided into six periods. The first period leads up to 1858. The springs served as a camping site for Indian tribes from very early days. The Wichita Indians settled on Rush Creek about four miles southeast of the present town around 1850. It was at this place that the famous "Battle of the Wichita Village" was fought between the Comanches and the United States Calvary on October 1, 1858. After this battle, the Wichitas fled to Fort Arbuckle. The second period deals with the Chisholm cattle trail (1865-1892). Thousands of heads of cattle were driven northward across the territory over this trail from Texas to Kansas. This trail passed about one and a half miles east of the town, and the springs served as a watering place for the cattle. This trail ceased to be used after the railroad was built across the territory in 1892. Parts of this trail can still be seen today. The third period covers the years 1871-1878. Fort Sill had just been established. Supplies had to be shipped to Fort Sill from points in the eastern part of Indian Territory. After the building of the railroad across the eastern part of the territory, Caddo became the main shipping point. Rush Springs was between Caddo and Fort Sill. A stage stand was built and a little town sprang up. When the government freight station was moved from Caddo to Texas, the little town nearly died. The years 1878-1892 make up the fourth period. The "Huntley Ranch" was established on Rush Creek near the site of the old Wichita Village. The ranch became a stage stand and a freight station for local settlers. A post office, known as "Parr," was established at this place in 1883. In 1892, this post office was moved to Rush Springs. The fifth period begins in the year 1892, when the Rock Island Railroad came through the springs. It became a government freight station to Fort Sill for nine years, resulting in rapid growth of the town. The sixth period dates from 1901 when the Rock Island Railroad lines were extended to Fort Sill and Lawton, thus ceasing the freight trade at Rush Springs. The town has since depended on ranching, farming and oil interest for its existence. Things to see in the area: Lake Humphreys - Marlow GW Exotic Park - Wynnewood Chief Drive-In Theater - Chickasha Chickasaw Cultural Center Southern Plains Indian Museum Historic Candlelight Tour-Sulphur Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge - Medicine Park Downtown Medicine Park Natural Falls State Park Turner Falls - Davis Arbuckle Mountains - Davis Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City Little Niagara on Travertine Creek Philbrook Museum Beaver’s Bend - Broken Bow Historic Jester Oklahoma Fort Sill Museum - Lawton OKA' YANAHLI PRESERVE Lake Tenkiller Lake Elmer Thomas Robber’s Cave Outlaw Cave Spanish Cave Bat Cave Jester's Cave Turner Falls Cave Learn more about this land: Pitch your tent on our ranch and enjoy privacy and peace in the country with rolling hills and beautiful views. We are located within a 45 minute drive of 6 lakes, 2 wildlife refuges, and the Wichita Mountains.
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Peaceful Family Farm

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents22 acres · Earlsboro, OK
Close to Interstate 40, with full hookups and beautiful country views! Watch the sunset across the pasture, enjoy the chickens, appreciate the peacefulness, enjoy a hike through the woods or many trails, set up a hammock, and more! Toilets available at main site, but no showers. ----------------------------------- As a family with a Naturopath and German New Medicine Practitioner as a mother, it was vital for us to be able to create a life where our family could live as biologically as possible, hence the farm and our way of life! We look forward to sharing it with you! If you'd like help addressing any of your own ailments or improving your health journey, feel free to shoot me an email at Essentially.Intuitive@gmail.com.
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Soggy Bottom Trails Pub & Campground

83 sites · Lodging, RVs120 acres · Wanette, OK
Welcome to Soggy Bottom Trails Pub and Campground, the perfect destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts! Our campground is located at 44179 Drummond Road, Wanette, Oklahoma, 74878, and offers a unique camping experience that combines the best of both worlds: rustic wilderness and modern amenities. Soggy Bottom Trails Pub and Campground sits on 120 acres right on the bank of the South Canadian River near the historic iconic Byars-Wanette Railroad bridge. There are many trials to ride on, river access, swim and more. When the river is low enough, you can travel 100+ miles either direction on the river. We offer a variety of camping options to suit your needs, including primitive tent / RV camping sites with dry and water hookups and cozy cabins for those who prefer a little more comfort. Our campsites are situated in a beautiful, natural setting, surrounded by trees and wildlife. Each campsite is spacious and private, giving you plenty of room to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. One of the highlights of our campground is our onsite pub, which features a great selection of beers and wine and non-alcoholic drinks as well as delicious pub fare. It's the perfect place to unwind after a day of ATV riding, hiking, fishing, or exploring the nearby attractions. We have live music most Saturday evenings at the pub. Speaking of attractions, there's plenty to see and do in the surrounding area. We're located just a short drive from Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Turner Falls Park, and Lake Thunderbird State Park, all of which offer a wide range of outdoor activities and stunning scenery. At Soggy Bottom Trails Pub and Campground, we pride ourselves on providing top-notch customer service and a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere. Whether you're a seasoned camper or a first-time visitor, we'll make sure you have everything you need to enjoy your stay, from firewood and ice to friendly advice on the best ATV trails and fishing spots. Our entrance daily fees to the park are $15 per person which includes your buggy. Children 10 years and younger are free entry. This also includes all your trail riding and access to the river, pub, any live music and food truck. So why wait? Book your reservation today and come experience the beauty and adventure of Oklahoma's great outdoors at Soggy Bottom Trails Pub and Campground. We can't wait to welcome you!
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3J Farms OK

2 sites · Lodging305 acres · Dibble, OK
Family farm for over 40 years this once dairy farm is now an active grass-fed beef farm with greenhouses and more! Experience a working farm with big charm and happy hearts! This rustic stay in a retrofitted grain bin boasts big charm and modest amenities including shared bathroom and kitchen. Unplug from it all when you book The Chicken Coop at 3J Farms OK and feel what it's like to be surrounded by hundreds of acres. Plan for a comfortable private room and restful stay with ample opportunities to relax on the farm while looking for resident peacock "Dwayne". Delight in the uniqueness of this charming grain bin. 3JFarmsOK.com
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Main Meadow Sanctuary

1 site · RV, Tent6 acres · Noble, OK
Learn more about this land:Hi! My family and I live off grid on this secluded property. We are nestled in and surrounded by woods! We have a small pond that is stocked all year, an outdoor wood heat tub, plenty of trails, and we are only 15 minutes south of Lake Thunderbird! Theres plenty to explore in nature, or learn more about what off grid living looks like if you've ever been curious!
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HISTORIC OVERNIGHTS

17 sites · Lodging107 acres · Oklahoma City, OK
Welcome to our Unique, Unforgettable, Refreshingly Different American West Conestoga Wagons that are the first in North America to be both heated and air conditioned for year around rental.  Our land is part of the 1889 Land Run into Indian Territory.  When the Farm part is open you can ride our 1974 Theel Carousel, ride the replica of the famous 1869 Jupiter Train, ride the only double line Zip Line in Oklahoma and much more.  In the fall you can also enjoy Hayrides to the Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze and feed our domestic animals.  When the Farm part is closed you can enjoy the Giant Jumping Pillows, the Giant Slides, Human Fooseball, GaGa Ball and 15 other fun things FREE! 
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Coley’s Place

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Washington, OK
All about campfires, and sunsets in your Adirondack chairs. Right off I-35. Calm days firewood provided and a Dollar General nearby for adult beverages and staples. Mornings are a great time for beautiful sunrises and local roasted coffee served on site. Your pets are welcome, but because of strong nature, keep an eye on them past dark.
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Welcome to Hipcamp, your go-to website for finding the perfect camping experience near Moore, Oklahoma. With over 100 options in the area that offer showers, you'll be sure to find the right campsite to suit your needs. Whether you're looking for a rustic retreat or a glamping experience, we've got you covered. Check out top campsites like Three Ponds Community (185 reviews), Katie's Campgrounds (39 reviews), and Horizon R & R (26 reviews) to see why they're crowd favorites. Start planning your camping adventure today and enjoy popular amenities like campfires, showers, and trash disposal. Don't forget to explore the area's popular activities such as paddling, visiting historic sites, and wildlife watching. Average price per night is $30, but we also have options as low as $15. Happy camping!

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