Found this info on the Ft Sill MWR page. We have stayed there before and are headed that way now. Medicine Creek has a beautifully shaded RV park located along the banks. Apache Gate Road, Fort Sill, OK 73503 There are six full service sites, two rental camper sites and two dry pads with no service. Check-in and check-out is noon daily. This is the perfect place for visiting friends & relatives. Personnel in PCS, ETS, TDY status and retired personnel are encouraged to use the park. Reservations may be made by visiting the Equipment Check-out Center or calling during regular hours. Sponsors may make arrangements for their non-military guests. Full Service Sites $17/Night $390/Month Dry Pads $5/Night Rental Campers $40/Night Equipment Check-out Center Hours of Operation Monday-Tuesday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday Closed Friday 11:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday 8a.m. - 12 p.m. Sunday & Holidays, Closed (580) 355-8270 *Personnel arriving after duty hours may call ahead and receive a site number, then check-in the next day. PLEASE NOTE - A RESERVATION GUARANTEES YOU A SPACE IN THE PARK- NOT A SPECIFIC SITE.
We managed to get a site & the campground was not full. The Location is much better than Lake Elmer if you're just looking for a place to stay. It's much closer to base facilities. It's surrounded by a park & very quiet. Our reception for phone & mifi were so so, but we managed. We did not use the restrooms so cannot comment on that. Outdoor rec, where you make your reservation, isn't open a couple of days during the week, so that makes it hard to find out if there is availability. We were going to go there again, but couldn't get anyone to answer the phone & didn't know if there would be a spot available, so we opted for another place. The price is right if you can get in.
As stated in a previous review, limited sites because of the rentals. A couple more sites had the homesteaders, complete with boat and numerous vehicles. The site I had was #1 and it had a turnaround right beside it. The bathroom was directly behind the site, so every construction worker zoomed into the turnaround on the gravel drive making their quickest dash to the bathroom, dust a-flying. Bathroom wasn't stocked, so I guess they brought their own. The sites were okay, with new railroad ties being installed marking the sites. The site was full hookup and all worked well. The RR ties do need a break in between to allow sewer hose to remain level for dumping. The site was on the direct approach for the AAF and several flights during the evening were loud, but tolerable. I'm previously a cannon cocker and loved the impact sounds. We are prior military staying on a military base listening to the sound of freedom and will never complain about that. Loved the deer in the area everyday. I will stay again.
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