Krebs, OK Area Campgrounds

by Kimberly Dyke

Krebs is a small town in the southeastern region of Oklahoma that is locally known for its Italian restaurants. Visitors can explore the Krebs Heritage Museum or view the old Opera House. Other activities in the area include touring the local vineyard and winery, playing golf or relaxing on the lakes. Camping is available in the surrounding area.

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Rock Creek Road RV Campground

Rock Creek Road RV Campground (no website; Rock Creek Rd. and Hwy 69 N., McAlester; 918-334-6106) features spacious campsites that can accommodate large RVs and there is a tent area. Each RV site includes water, electric and sewer hookups. The property contains picnic areas, laundry facilities, restrooms and showers. Public lake access is approximately 1 mile from the campground.

Juniper Point Parks

Juniper Point Parks (juniperpointparks.com) is located less than 10 minutes from Krebs by car. The 350-acre park along Lake Eufaula offers opportunities for fishing and hiking. RV sites have water and electric hookups, while tenting sites have fire pits, grills and picnic tables. Juniper Point Parks hosts concerts and family-friendly activities on two separate beach areas during the summer, along with fishing competitions. Reservations are accepted but not required.

Clayton Lake State Park

Clayton Lake State Park (no website; Hwy 271, Clayton; 918-569-7981) stretches across 500 acres. It offers RV sites with full hookups as well as a tent area. Park amenities include picnic shelters, restrooms with showers and boat ramps. Campers can spend their days biking, fishing, swimming or riding ATVs. There is an ADA-accessible fishing dock, a beach and hiking trails. A playground is available for younger visitors.

Lakeview Landing Motel and RV Park

Relax at a quiet campsite at Lakeview Landing Motel and RV Park (lakeviewlanding.com). Each site offers full hookups and cable television connections and is big enough to fit even the largest RV. The RV Park features a picnic area and grills for visitor use. Local attractions include two golf courses and public boat ramps.

About the Author

Kimberly Dyke is a Spanish interpreter with a B.A. in language and international trade from Clemson University. She began writing professionally in 2010, specializing in education, parenting and culture. Currently residing in South Carolina, Dyke has received certificates in photography and medical interpretation.