Exploring the lush grasslands of Oklahoma gives visitors a feel of what the Old West must have been like. For a distinctly Western experience, we invite you to explore this state with Kampgrounds of America.
Oklahoma is proud of the rich Native American heritage found here, which is gladly shared with visitors. You'll love learning about the Cherokee nation. You may even get to see an authentic stockyard complete with cattlemen and cowboys. You can enjoy all of these and more from your RV, tent or cabin at a KOA campground.
No matter what kind of camper you are, KOA is sure to have your type of camping experience at one of our Oklahoma KOA campground locations. Whether you'd like to rough it in a tent, park your RV near convenient amenities or give glamping a try, one of these options is bound to suit you:
Each KOA campground may have slightly different options, so check ahead to see what's available at specific locations.
KOA believes a memorable camping experience should be fun for everyone, both young and old. Parents will love the passionate staff who ensure your campsite is clean and offer outstanding customer service. Kids love our family-friendly activities that could include a pool or even mini golf in addition to the playground. Other amenities you'll appreciate include:
Once you've explored all the amazing sights Oklahoma has to offer, come back to your KOA campground for a comfortable night's stay plus even more fun activities for you and the kids.
Many of the attractions you'll find near your Oklahoma KOA campground center around rich Native American traditions. From the capital of the Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, you'll be able to see signposts throughout the historic district written in English and Cherokee. To see what a Cherokee life may have looked like in bygone days, stop by Tsa-La-Gi, a recreated traditional village.
Be sure to stop by Oklahoma's largest city, Oklahoma City. Here you can enjoy great food and other attractions that pay homage to the state's wild west past. You may even be able to see cattlemen and cowboys roaming around the Stockyards City district containing one of the country's largest stockyards. Here you can gear up in authentic Western wear or enjoy a mouthwatering steak at an authentic Oklahoma steakhouse.
For those who want to learn about the historic Route 66, museums in Elk City and Clinton can clue you in on the history of one of the nation's original highways. Also called "the Main Street of America" this route played a major role in the road systems of today.
With over 500 campgrounds in North America, you are never far from a KOA. We would love to be a part of your adventure here in Oklahoma. There are seven KOA campgrounds found throughout the state near some of Oklahoma's best attractions and the most beautiful scenery. Book your stay online or contact the campground you're interested in to learn what's available.