Good Sam Parks Are Opening: Oklahoma Update

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May 21, 2020

Field of coreopsis wildflowers at Elk Mountain in the Wichita Mountains of Oklahoma.

Ready to feed your appetite for the outdoors in the Sooner State? Great news, many campgrounds and RV parks in Oklahoma are now open.

Good Sam actively updates our website with the latest information regarding private campground openings. Visit our Guide to COVID-19 RV Park and Campground Openings page for a list of Good Sam Parks that are now open and accepting overnight guests. Also as you search Oklahoma and click on a park’s listing, look for the “COVID-19 Campground Visitor Update” box as it displays the opening date. Keep in mind, some events and amenities may not be available.

Hiking trails, picnic tables, fishing areas and boat ramps are available for outdoor recreation. Please remember to practice safe social distancing, even when outdoors. Governor Stitt continues to advise the public to follow CDC guidelines.

Lake Lawtonka in the Comanche County, Oklahoma

Blue expanse of the 21-mile shoreline of Lake Lawtonka in the Comanche County, Oklahoma. Photo Credit: Getty Images, raksyBH

With a wonderfully diverse set of landscapes and campgrounds perfect for beginning campers, Oklahoma is ready to welcome visitors. Escape for essential mental solace and communion with nature. Discover the land of pine-forested mountains, sand dunes and lakes and support the local, small businesses along the way!

Plan ahead and make a reservation. Reach out directly to the park for possible restrictions, travel advisories and information about how to camp safely.  Check the individual state for the latest information on COVID-19 related announcements.