Elk Creek RV Park is a petite campground with a pretty landscape view. RVers and tenters are in for a real treat as they pull off the historic Route 66 into this peaceful haven where a creek strolls by and Elk are often spotted.
There are 74 campsites offering a more intimate stay with beautiful trees for partial shade, paved roads, and spacious gravel pads. RVers get the royal treatment with full hook-ups to water, electricity (30/50 amp), and sewer. There is also a dump station at the park. Slide-out, pull-thru, and back-in sites are available plus you can stay connected to your friends with free WI-FI and Cable-TV. Sites have a picnic table and fire-ring.
The park boasts new restroom and shower facilities with a laundry and sauna. There is also a large indoor recreational area featuring a fully-equipped kitchen, a pool table, and plenty of fun activities including horseshoes and shuffle-board. Tornadoes can take their toll on areas in Oklahoma, so the park has a storm shelter for camper safety.
Elk Creek RV park is pet-friendly so bring your fur-babies along for the ride. They must, however, stay on a leash and be kept inside at night. Dog owners are also requested to pick up their pooch's waste and ensure they are always supervised. Road trippers with pets on board choose RV parks that allow 4-legged friends and the word is Elk Creek has an area where dogs can exercise.
A five-minute drive sees you in Elk city, where pioneer history is showcased in the Old Town Museum and the National Route 66 Museum. This scenic city dates back to the late 1800’s and offers visitors a view of a western past with rodeos plus chic boutiques and eateries. This is a beautiful part of the country where you can sleep a night or stay for the entire summer season.