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6 Best RV Parks in Kingfisher, OK

Published on November 29th, 2020 by Ray & Tammy Roman
This post was updated on July 21st, 2023

Kingfisher, OK, is a quaint small town with just over 5,000 people. It’s located in Central Oklahoma along Highway 81, about 33 miles northwest of Oklahoma City.

For those needing a place to park their RV for several nights, Kingfisher, OK, offers 6 RV parks to choose from. Let’s look at each of the six best Kingfisher, OK RV parks.

Aspen Ridge RV Park

Aspen Ridge RV Park is located on the south end of Kingfisher, right of Highway 81 and Industrial Road. Aspen Ridge is a fairly new RV park in the area. This RV park is different from the others in town because it is paved.

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It doesn’t have many lots; from what I recall, it’s about 40 RV lots. The lots themselves are gravel; the remainder is paved.

Even though everything is pretty close to everything in Kingfisher, Aspen Ridge RV Park has the added advantage of being less than one mile from Walmart.

What Aspen Ridge RV Park Offers:

  • Full-Service Hookups
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Long-Term Space Available

Sleepee Hollow RV Park

Sleepee Hollow RV Park is located north of town along Highway 81. It’s surrounded by trees, while the pathways are mostly gravel. Some RV lots are shaded and quite nice.

Overall, Sleepee Hollow RV Park gets good reviews from visitors. The number of available spots seems well over 40, however, the owners did not respond to my request for information, so this is just a guess on my part based on a Google aerial view.

I believe they have both 30 and 50-amp service and free Wi-Fi. I suggest you call them before driving to ensure they have a spot suitable for your RV.

Henry’s RV Park

Henry’s RV Park is on the west side of town along 13th Street. I know the owners and can say they are great people and care about your visit to their park. It sits along the creek, so you can go fishing for catfish, kayaking, and swimming if you like.

There is no indication of the number and types of hookups.

The only way to get a hold of the owners is via telephone. They do not have a website or Facebook page, and their Google My Business listing is unclaimed.

Contact Information:

Address: 619 N 13th Street Kingfisher, OK 73750Tel: 405-375-3892
Email: No email address providedWeb: No website or Facebook page

Kingfisher RV Park

Kingfisher RV Park is located along Highway 33, just east of town. It’s just up the street from the Hitchin Post, our local watering hole. This RV park has approximately 80 spots available for rent. Some of the spots are covered, which is very nice.

They offer both a 50 amp and 30 amp service. The free Wi-Fi works very well, according to users on Google Reviews. All of the parks are graveled however, keep in mind it is in a low area that is prone to flooding about every other year.

To get to downtown Kingfisher is about 3/4 of a mile, and if you have kids, Kingfisher Park and the Vernie Snow Aquatic Center are 3 minutes away.

Cedar Creek RV Park

Cedar Creek RV Park is located about 4 miles west of Kingfisher, OK, along Highway 33. This decent RV park includes full hookups, Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, a bathhouse, two full bathrooms, a swing set for the kids, and picnic tables.

Overall this is a nice RV park, and the owners (this is a family-owned business) are good people who go above and beyond when you need them.

Wittrock Lake RV Park

Whittrock Lake RV Park is the only RV park on our list that is not located near the city of Kingfisher. It is located in Kingfisher County near the small town of Okarche, about 10 miles south of Kingfisher.

Whittrock Lake RV Park has daily, weekly and monthly rates for both 30 amp and 50 amp services. They also offer 100 amp RV lots. These are available upon request, and these lots must be paid in advance.

The total number of RV lots available is not specified on their website.

You have access to Lake Wittrock, which allows you to fish, boat, jet ski, and swim.

All of the RV Parks in Kingfisher have room for small camping campers up to huge motorhomes.

Local Area Attractions:

If you end up spending time at any of the above RV parks, here are just a few nearby attractions.

In Kingfisher:

  • Chisolm Trail Museum
  • Governor Seay Mansion
  • Veteran’s Memorial
  • The 89’er Theatre
  • Kingfisher Golf Course
  • Melba Brisco Skateboard Park
  • Kingfisher Trails

In Okarche:

  • Eischen’s Bar – “The Oldest Bar” in the state
  • Okarche Bakery – Old Fashioned Cinnamon Rolls
  • Okarche Tower Cafe

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You’ll find plenty of excellent RV parks in Kingfisher, OK. If you happen to be traveling west on I-40 and passing through the Texas panhandle, you’ll find these excellent Amarillo, TX RV parks that I think you’ll enjoy.

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