Medicine Park is an outstanding facility to stay at. We stayed overnight on our way to Texas. The pads are level with crushed gravel. We had 30 amp service, water, and sewage at our site (#3). The restrooms were with 100 feet of our pad. The restrooms were clean and well maintained. The only reason I gave the place a 4 star rating for facilities is there is no showers available. The park like setting is awesome. For $17 a night I would HIGHLY recommend this park!
There aren't sufficient words to praise this park. It is freshly renovated with level packed gravel spaces. It is a park like setting, very clean and well groomed. There are deer browsing and an owl close by. Ft Sill is a historic post with plenty of sights to see especially the quadrangle. The nearby Witchita mountains are not to be missed. Who knew Oklahoma had mountains! We didn't use the bathrooms or showers, instead we brought our own. We found the people in the park friendly and helpful as well as the MWR staff. Soon there will be a sign at the entry of the park where your reservation will be posted to eliminate any confusion upon your arrival. There are no signs to guide you to the fam camp but the gate personnel are very helpful and the park isn't hard to find with simple directions.
Small park with 7 sites, two dry sites and 5 full hook ups. Don't depend on the bathroom facilities. Gravel sites under trees. Trees did not help much with the 103 degree temps, but better than nothing. Very convenient to main base (two minutes.) There is another RV park on Post, with many more sites with full hook ups, but it is 8 miles from main post out by the lake and I have not seen it. We have a daughter stationed here so this park is great for us. I would stay here before the lake park, if you can get it, especially if you are planning to do things or visit people on main Post.
Very nice place, but call for reservations before coming -- they only have about 4 or 5 spots since some of the sites are filled with MWR trailers that are for rent. Sites 3, 7, and 8 are satellite friendly. Birds, squirrels, and the ever present sound of freedom from artillery practice. Stayed two nights and loved.
Had a wonderful experience. For the first day, I was in overflow until my spot opened up. Grass was a bit high in the overflow, but was still a quiet place to park. I was parked in spot #4. Large lot, plenty of room for a large rig and several vehicles for visitors or a boat. Will definitely return with my family!
We just began Fulltimming and this was our first stop. Very nice campground, quiet, refreshing, located among trees. Grassy sites with full hookups. Great people at MWR friendly, helpful and seem to enjoy helping others.
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