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McAlester Army Ammo Plant - Murphy's Meadow

Murphy's Meadow Campground Weblink

Directions: Located at the north edge of Savanna, OK.  About 8 miles south of McAlester, on U.S. Highway 69. RV's enter through Truck Gate.

Telephone: (918)  420-7848 DSN: 956-7484

Season: All year.

Reservations: None. Call ahead for campsite availability.
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

Weekly

Monthly

RV Sites 17 W/E        -      -
Tent Sites Primitive None        -      -


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Ft. Sill - Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area

Lake Elmer Thomas Campground Weblink 



Telephone:
(580) 442-5854

Reservations: Call for availability
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

Weekly

Monthly

RV Sites 62 W/S/E      -      -      -
Tent Sites 10 None      -      -      -

Note:  15 day limit during peak season.

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Altus AFB - FAM Camp

Altus AFB FAM Camp Weblink 


Telephone:
(580) 481-7696

Season: All year

Reservations: Accepted
 

Type of site   Spaces Hook-ups Daily Weekly Monthly
Sites 4 W/S/E        -      -
Sites 3 E        -      -

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Tinker AFB - FAM Camp

Tinker AFB FAM Camp Weblink 


Directions:
It is easy to get to the Fam-Camp by entering the base from I-240 using Exit 9 (Air Depot Rd.).  After entering the base turn right, Fam Camp is 200 yds from the gate.  On week-ends and evenings go directly to the Fam-Camp, pick a site and register with the host at site #10.

Telephone:   (405) 734-5875

Season:   All year

Reservations: Call for availability
 

Type of site Spaces Hook-ups Daily Weekly Monthly
Pads 29 W/S/E        -      -
Sites 5 None        -      -

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Blackhawk RV Park

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Telephone:
  918-487-6065

Season: All year

Reservations: Accepted
 

Type of site

Spaces

Hook-ups

Daily

Weekly

Monthly

RV Sites 12 W/S/E        -      -


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