Oklahoma City Oklahoma

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This was one of our planned stops to see family, so we chose a Good Sam park as it was the closest to our family’s house.  There was one park closer, but they would not take reservations.  We decided to stay at Twin Fountains RV Park and it turned out to be a really nice park.  Nice big sites, concrete in the parking spots and grass in between.  Our site was a pull through and long enough for our truck and trailer, and even our sister to pull her car in when visiting.

The park had full hookups, decent wifi, morning trash pickup at your site, laundry rooms, propane sales, gift shop/convenience store (but not well stocked), club house with lots of games, outdoor play areas including mini golf, pool and hot tub and a splash pad for the kids.  They even have a free shuttle to take you anywhere within a 3 mile radius of the park – which there are quite a few things to do right around the park.  The bar and grill was closed.

About Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is the capital of Oklahoma and the largest city in the state. It is located in the central part of the state and is home to over 600,000 residents. The city was founded in 1889 and has a rich history. There are a number of things to do in Oklahoma City, including visiting the many museums and attractions, going shopping or dining out, and enjoying the outdoors.

The most popular museum in Oklahoma City is the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. It features a large collection of art from around the world, including American and European art from the 18th century to the present day. Other museums in the city include the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, which showcases art, artifacts, and history related to the American West, and the Science Museum of Oklahoma, which features exhibits on science and technology.

Oklahoma City also has a number of popular attractions. One of these is the Bricktown Entertainment District, which is home to restaurants, bars, nightclubs, shops, and an aquarium. Another popular attraction is the Myriad Botanical Gardens & Park, which features 17 acres of gardens and parkland as well as a children’s garden and a water garden. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy visiting Lake Hefner Park or Kerr Park, both of which offer opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, and biking.

There are also a number of great restaurants in Oklahoma City.  There are plenty of great barbecue joints throughout the city as well well as more formal.

Oklahoma City is a great place to visit whether you’re interested in history, art, nature, or just good food and nightlife. There’s something for everyone here!

This park is in a great area – centrally located in Oklahoma City near lots of stores, restaurants, etc.  It is close to a freeway, but we really didn’t hear the traffic too much.  We made this Oklahoma City stop after staying in Checotah Oklahoma.

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