Red River Ranch RV Resort
A wide variety of year-round activities at the resort and surrounding regions await the guests of Red River Ranch RV Resort, located in the south-central part of Oklahoma and just a few miles from the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex.
Plan to see more than 2,000 exotic animals as you drive along an 8-mile scenic drive through the Arbuckle Mountains in nearby Arbuckle Wilderness. You can purchase food at the gate as you enter and feed some animals that enjoy free range in the 400-acre park. Live entertainment, a petting zoo, and a playground, as well as rides on camels, go-carts, and paddleboats are all a part of the fun for the whole family.
At Davis, you can visit Turner Falls Park, the state’s oldest park. Here a 77-foot waterfall, geological wonders, natural swimming pools and springs, and a view of the beautiful canyon region are all awaiting your visit.
Another option is to take a drive along U.S. 177 and SR 7 and find the beginning of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area at Sulphur. The Chickasaw Nation has a casino in Thackerville, offering a wide variety of opportunities to try your luck. Nearby Gainesville has the huge Prime Outlets, many antique shops, a historic depot, and Frank Buck Zoo.
Muenster, Texas offers authentic German food and crafts, especially during Germanfest, the last weekend of April. Golfers will find several great courses nearby as well. Meanwhile, nature lovers and history buffs will enjoy a visit to Lake Murray State Park near Ardmore. The Tucker Tower Nature Center features Tucker Tower, overlooking Lake Murray. Currently a museum, this medieval-style fortress was originally built as a governor's retreat but stood unused for years.
Amenities: This resort has a clubhouse, outdoor pool with waterfalls and jacuzzi, picnic area, horseshoes, and miniature golf. Dump station.
Check in: Noon
Check out: Noon
Full Sites: 130
Partial Sites: 81
Maximum Electrical: 50 amps
Max RV Length: 40'
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Directions: From I-35, take Exit 5. Go 1/2 mile west, then south on Hwy. 77 1/2 mile.