Durant / Choctaw Casino KOA

Choctaw RV Park, in Durant Oklahoma, is close to the action!

Choctaw RV Park in Durant, Oklahoma

The Choctaw RV Park offers a clean, comfortable leisurely experience for our guests on the go. Each site offers a 12' x 80' concrete pad with a covered table and grill, full hook-ups, a laundry and shower facility and complimentary WiFi.

Choctaw RV Park welcomes large groups and offers special packages. The main building includes a meeting space with seating for up to 100, a fully appointed kitchen, fireplace, an arcade room with assorted video games, gift shop and a business center.

Take a complimentary shuttle across the street to Choctaw Casino & Resort where you are sure to find your lucky seat with over 4,300 slot machines. Or try your hand at one of our 64 table games. Choctaw Casino & Resort – Durant is “Exclusively for Everyone”. The District is our state-of-the-art entertainment center for all ages with games for the kids. Or your inner child. You are sure to have countless hours of fun while watching a new release in the cinema, bowling a strike on one of our bowling lanes or playing arcade games.

A day (or weekend) full of fun can take it out of you. Relax your mind, body, and spirit at The Spa at Choctaw. Enjoy casual dining at Grand Café, unwind with sophistication at 1832 Steakhouse or chow-down at Guy Fieri's American Kitchen + Bar. No matter what you are craving, we have something to satisfy your tastebuds.

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Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (3/31 - 9/30)
  • Propane ($)
  • Dog Park
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