We've often stayed at the RV Park at Tulsa Expo Square for several days at a time. We used to live in the neighborhood so it is like going back home. The RV Park is a big parking lot with full hook-ups and little grass or shade. For us, it is the perfect solution for our Tulsa visits. We're often there in the rainy season and very much appreciate that we are parked on a paved surface. We have found the facility to be clean and the staff friendly. The RV Park is near buildings designated as shelters during severe storm warnings. Our favorite site is Site #1 right outside the bath house and office.
You might want to check out the events that are scheduled at Expo Square during your visit. The facility is next door to a big Pavilion, a world class Equestrian Center, a big exhibition center, and more. We've been there during equestrian competitions and the activity adds to what we consider the charm of the location. Our last stay was about 10 days this past May.
We've found it easiest to approach Expo Square by coming in on the Crosstown Expressway (Interstate 244) and taking Yale or Harvard down to 15th Street and the Fairgrounds/Expo Square at Gate 5. If you go down Harvard, you'll get a nice look at the edge of The University of Tulsa campus and you'll cross 11th Street (Old Route 66). When you want to go downtown or head to Oktoberfest, it's easy to hop onto one of the east/west streets or to get on the Broken Arrow Expressway or onto the Crosstown Expressway. Lots of retail and restaurants and grocery stores are very close by and convenient. It's also just a short drive to several nice parks and gardens and museums.
We stayed at the KOA by the Casino in Claremore about 3 years ago. When we were there the bathroom and laundry facilities were dirty and sites were on grass and not level. We were there after rains and our site was muddy as was the access road. The location is further outside of Tulsa than we wanted. The Claremore KOA is a good 30 miles from Tulsa.
Oktoberfest has certainly grown since its beginnings. We were there when it was just starting. I hope you decide to go and get a chance to experience Tulsa. Lots to see and do in Tulsa and the surrounding area.
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