Antlers RV Park is a friendly, efficient campground offering road trippers a place to rest with easy hook-ups to electricity, water, and sewer. The setting is beautiful parkland with established trees and fairly level, grass sites with pull-through access and wi-fi so you can check your emails or keep in touch with family. Each site features a picnic table and fire-ring for barbequing and watching the sun go down with newfound friends. The internal roads are gravel and easy enough for the larger rigs to navigate, with an overnight rate between $27 and $29.
Conveniently located a few miles off the Indian Nation Turnpike, a toll road that links the Oklahoma cities of Hugo and Henrietta, puts Antlers RV Park in a prime stopover position where the owner is a genuine RVer with eons of road trekking experience.
The grounds are immaculate, as are the restrooms, showers and laundry facilities designed to see campers return when they are passing through or ready to explore the charm of Antlers, less than a mile from the park. Deer hunting is a huge drawcard thanks to the annual Deer Festival bringing in the crowds. The Wildlife Heritage Center Museum is a great place for kids to learn about conservation and hand-feed whitetail deer.
Back at the park, you’re likely to see wildlife, including deer and their young wandering through, and perhaps a good reason to keep your visiting pooch on a leash as city pups may be truly tempted. It’s also courteous to bring doggy bags and clean up your woofer's waste in salute of campgrounds still having the welcome mat out for man's best friend. Pupster walks will be a highlight with wide open spaces and trees at every turn.
The RV park owners have the entrepreneur spirit with their Antlers Spring Bed and Breakfast, a stylish option for travelers in the elegant surroundings of this colonial inspired home laden with antique furnishings. The master suite exudes an old-world grandeur, a romantic setting for a honeymoon or anniversary.
Antlers RV Park is a sea of serenity and busy most of the year, with peak times the summer months and holidays.