Bluestem Lake | Established Campground

United States

Details

Last Visited: 5 months ago
GPS: 36.699500, -96.412740
Altitude: 268.0 masl
Place Website:
Phone:

Amenities

Electricity: Unknown
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: Unknown
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

$5 per site, dry camping but it is on a lake. We came in late. There are some older trailers along the lake when you first come in, stay to the right at the camping sign and there are great sites down the road.

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Weird place. Followed the GPS directions to what looked like a city park with picnic tables and grills, but not obvious camping spots. Drove past the oil rig and saw the sign saying it was $5 to camp, but still no camping spots. We called the number on the sign (918-287-4692) and it was disconnected. We ended up sleeping in the cul de sac by the first bathrooms and no one bothered us.

Update: Police officer came by around 9 AM and said you need to have a camping permit to stay here. He did not know how much it was, but you can get one by calling police dispatch at 918-287-4545. We went to the police station in town and paid the $5 fee.

5 spots in the grass before you get to the private docks right on the lake with charcoal pits and some have fire rings. Top layer of the ground was a little slippery, may have rained in the last few days. A decent number of trees to park under some shade. Quiet once families swimming left for the day. Two concrete outhouse toilets. No one there to pay but $5/day or $25/week.

$5 per site, dry camping but it is on a lake. We came in late. There are some older trailers along the lake when you first come in, stay to the right at the camping sign and there are great sites down the road.