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sidewayzz

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Posted: 03/24/19 08:27am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

any suggestions on the better campgrounds in the area? Thanks,Steve


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Oh great! Now you've given Ree another project.


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First Magnolia-Waco, now Drummond-Pawhuska, OK. Sounds like your wife enjoys HGTV like mine does.

There are three with good ratings listed at the Allstays Campgrounds site at this link.


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In that area we camped at the Twin Points COE campground on Skiatook Reservoir just south of Pawhuska a little bit.


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Thar coe is fine, and another good place is Osage State Park between Pawhuska and Bartlesville.


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Thanks for the info,yes my wife a daughter watch these folks all the time. Daughter is graduating this May,she kept straight As thru all four years plus worked tons of hours to help pay for schooling. She is marrying her long time boyfriend this summer. So this is a small gift to her.

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Settle In RV Park is on Highway 99 just south of the turn off to Pawhuska. We drive by it going to Pawhuska but you can't see it from the highway. It does get some good reviews and is only about 5 minutes from The Mercantile. Twin Points COE and Osage Hills are also good options. We drive up to Osage Hills for day outings and even though it's an older park it is well maintained and peaceful during week.


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When we visited Pawhuska last year, we stayed in Bartlesville at Bell RV Village for a few days. Pretty basic, but quite acceptable.
It was just blocks from Enterprise so it was easy to rent a car. And also nearby a great doggy day care, which our dog loved going to every day for a few hours while we explored.
While you are in the Pawhuska area, check out the Marland Mansion Estate, in Ponca City. Very interesting, and fun history.


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ok we will check it out,thanks

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While in the area also check out Woolaroc which is an Indian art and Phillips 66 oil co museum near Bartlesville.

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