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    Tulsa Oklahoma

    Anyone have recommendations for a spot in the Tulsa area? Looks like I will be there for 2 weeks for work. I usually prefer quieter state parks and not more crowded resort type of places.

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    there are some nice Corp of Engineer campgrounds at area lakes (no at site sewer hookups, but do have water and electric). First come/first served. Within 20 to 25 miles of Tulsa. Ooligah and Skiatook, as well as Keystone Lake area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lawdes View Post
    there are some nice Corp of Engineer campgrounds at area lakes (no at site sewer hookups, but do have water and electric). First come/first served. Within 20 to 25 miles of Tulsa. Ooligah and Skiatook, as well as Keystone Lake area.
    Thanks. I was just looking at Corp of engineer spots on Ft Lake Charles I think. I've had good luck with Corp of engineer facilities in the past.
    Quote Originally Posted by ritterjd View Post
    Anyone have recommendations for a spot in the Tulsa area? Looks like I will be there for 2 weeks for work. I usually prefer quieter state parks and not more crowded resort type of places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawdes View Post
    there are some nice Corp of Engineer campgrounds at area lakes (no at site sewer hookups, but do have water and electric). First come/first served. Within 20 to 25 miles of Tulsa. Ooligah and Skiatook, as well as Keystone Lake area.

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