The Top RV Destinations in Oklahoma

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The summer RV season is just beginning, and there are tons of gorgeous Oklahoma getaways awaiting your arrival. The following are a few of our favorite places to park our RVs in the “Sooner State,” so fire up your RV and start making your summer reservations today.

Marval Family Camping Resort — Gore

Summer RV getaways are all about enjoying fun in the sun with your friends and family, and the Marval Family Camping Resort is one of the best places to do just that. This scenic campground is located along the Illinois River with riverfront RV sites for your travel trailer, fifth wheel or big rig. Mature trees offer plenty of shade on hot Oklahoma days, and the splash pad, swimming pool, miniature golf, river fishing and game room offer non-stop action for your entire stay.

Lake Thunderbird State Park — Norman

When you’re looking for a country getaway that means pure relaxation, there’s no better place to be than Lake Thunderbird State Park in Norman. Although, if you’re looking for some action, you’ll find it on the 18.5-mile hiking trail system, thrilling mountain biking trails and picturesque Lake Thunderbird. Thirty sites are equipped with full hookups, and 207 other RV sites offer water and electricity. Cool off in the lake, relax at the campsite or take part in the array of water and woods-based activities filling the park.

Little Sahara State Park — Waynoka

Little Sahara State Park is one of the best places in the state to get your fill of thrilling outdoor activities. ATV and off-road vehicle lovers come from around the country to camp and ride the massive dunes. The park is geared toward ATV riders, so it’s the perfect place to use your favorite toys without worrying about noise complaints.

Start Your Adventure at Leisure Time

Whether you’re in need of a toy hauler for Little Sahara State Park or a luxury motorhome for relaxing at the Marval Family Camping Resort, we have all of your summer RV needs covered here at Leisure Time RV in Oklahoma City.

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