We found this park when my mom was diagnosed with terminal cancer. We needed to be within driving distance of Dallas for doctors' appointments, but wanted to be out in the country, close to Broken Bow, but without all the tourist traffic. We stayed from December of 2010 until September of 2011, because it was much easier to leave the RV full time, versus towing it back and forth, since their monthly rate was only $300.
This property appealed to us for many reasons; it's near Pine Creek Lake, which is overlooked by the tourists. The campground is clean and quiet, with 8 x 12 storage buildings with covered decks. We needed the extra storage for mom's wheelchair and all our long-term supplies, and never had any problems with security or theft while we were there. The campground has wooded trails for guests' ATV's, and a cleaning station for fresh catch. The owner lives on site and was always quick to help us with anything we needed, including fixing a flat tire on our travel trailer, and fixing our RV's heater after it went out in the middle of the night.
We preferred to be out of the traffic in Broken Bow, and did not want to be parked along side a high traffic area. This park sits several acres back off Highway 3, with very little road noise and all the nature and wildlife you can imagine. Of all the campgrounds Mom and I visited in North Texas and Southeast Oklahoma, this was her favorite.