As a Journey level KOA, this park is designed as a stop-over park along the highway. The Elk City/Clinton KOA Journey is easily accessed from Interstate 40 and makes for a great location to get a good night’s sleep as you journey along I40 in Oklahoma. To learn more about the different KOA designations and why we use KOAs often, read our KOA blog post explaining all you need to know about these great RV parks.
The park is just off I-40, halfway between Elk City and Clinton. This is Route 66 country, and both towns have museums dedicated to the Mother Road. The campground store does a great job of honoring the Mother Road as well.
Elk City/Clinton KOA Location
Clinton Lake Road: Exit 50 off I-40 between Elk City and Clinton.
- 50 amp max sites
- 85 foot max sites
- Full hook up sites
- Seasonal swimming pool
- On site snack bar
- Propane refill
Things To Do
- Explore the Route 66 Museum in Clinton.
- Explore the National Route 66 Museum in Elk City.
- Enjoy the Old Town Museum in Clinton.
- Explore the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site.
The Elk City/Clinton KOA offers everything you would expect from a KOA journey. It is easily accessible from the highway for anyone driving through Oklahoma.
In addition, it offers a small restaurant and a pool on location. These amenities make for a great evening of rest for anyone stopping in after a long day’s drive.
The sites were well-kept and level. The onsite restrooms were immaculate, and clean. The staff on location was extremely friendly and helpful.
Reservations can easily be made on their website here.
We stayed at the Elk City/Clinton KOA for one night as we went home from Big Bend National Park.
Our day consisted of 500+ miles of driving from Alamogordo, New Mexico. We were able to arrive at the campground in the early evening.
The staff was great, and the on-site restaurant offered a great meal after a long day’s ride.
The kids enjoyed relaxing in the pool after a day on the road. Our site was clean, gravel, and level.
Although we only spent approximately 13-14 hours at the KOA, it was well worth the stop. It gave us a well-needed rest to continue our journey home to New England.
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