Camperland of Oklahoma Blog

  • Where to Camp in Winter

    Published on Dec 14, 2016
    Where to Camp in Winter
    Well, yeah, the short answer is "as far south as you can" but there are great things about camping in winter in Oklahoma. The brisk mornings are refreshing. The cold nights give you an excuse to snuggle closer. Winter evenings are made for campfires and hot camp-cooking. Winter days can be ...
  • How to Winterize Your RV

    Published on Dec 14, 2016
    How to Winterize Your RV
    It's winter already?!?! Sadly for RVers who aren't able to follow the seasons, the traditional camping season is over. Some of you may be hard-core campers who use your RV year-round, but most of you will be storing your RV until spring and that means it is time to winterize. Winterization i ...
  • Is an A-Frame Camper Right for You?

    Published on May 20, 2016
    Is an A-Frame Camper Right for You?
    A is for Adventure The adventurist is a new breed of RVer, or maybe it is an old breed that is making a come-back. The adventurist isn't looking for five tons of home-like luxury, they want to travel light, to be able to pick up and go on a whim! These travelers have a bucket list, and they a ...
  • Six Ways to Save on Campground Fees

    Published on May 17, 2016
    Six Ways to Save on Campground Fees
    If you are like almost everyone we know, you want to save money wherever you can. To help a little, we compiled a list of ways to save money on campground fees. Roverpass Website Easily compare prices of campgrounds. allows you to see and compare prices of several different ca ...
  • Three Common Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing an RV
    I showed a customer a used travel trailer the other day that was simply beautiful. Less than a year old, barely used, perfectly clean; if it were a car one might think it was only driven by a little old lady on Sundays. The customer asked why the previous owner traded it in, and although I didn' ...
  • Top Ten Winter RVing Tips for Unpredictable Weather
    Sixty degree days in the winter months do it to all of us... they give us a tiny taste of spring and make us want to GO CAMPING! But, it's winter - and it's Oklahoma - so you know as soon as you start to head out the door, the weather is going to change. Oklahoma weather is historically u ...
  • Getaway Ideas Close to Home

    Published on Oct 09, 2015
    Getaway Ideas Close to Home
    There are plenty of places to getaway for a short weekend without having to spend time traveling on your precious days off. Here are a few to consider: Sequoyah State Park 51 Miles From Tulsa Sequoyah State Park offers beautiful views of the lake, stables, aand a Floyd Farley designed, 18-h ...
  • Camping at Osage Hills State Park

    Published on Oct 02, 2015
    Camping at Osage Hills State Park
    Just over an hour north and east of Tulsa is Osage Hills State Park. Located in the rolling hills of Osage County, the park is a beautiful retreat from the humdrum of everyday life. There are trails to follow, wooded campgrounds, and a creek and small lakes that are stocked with bass, crappie, catfi ...
  • Camperland of Oklahoma Recognized as a Top 50 RV Dealer
    RVBusiness magazine recently named Camperland of Oklahoma as one of its 2015 Top 50 RV Dealers in North America. We are honored to part of an elite group of dealers across North America. We try to create an atmosphere of family at our dealership, with both employees and customers, and each one of ...
  • Missouri Wine Trail

    Published on Sep 28, 2015
    Missouri Wine Trail
    I recently took a trip to Saint Louis and on my way back I took a detour through the Augusta-area Missouri wine country. Oh my goodness, if you have never been, this should be your next trip! I plan to go back as soon as I can. In the next few weeks is an ideal time because of the fall colors, but I ...

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