Waters Edge RV & Cabin Resort

(3 Reviews)

446711 E 350 Rd, Grand Lake Towne, OK 74301

918-782-1444

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GPS: 36.5216, -95.0237

Waters Edge RV & Cabin Resort is located at 446711 E 350 Rd, Grand Lake Towne, Oklahoma 74301 with a total of 82 campsites. Before your trip to Waters Edge RV & Cabin Resort, check out website at http://www.watersedgerv.com/ or contact them through 918-782-1444 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

36.5216, -95.0237

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 36.5216, -95.0237

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Site Amenities big rig picnic table
Facilities dump station laundry restrooms
Pets pets

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Overview of Waters Edge RV & Cabin Resort


Last Price Paid: $42

Reported by Linda on 10.23.2020

Longest RV Reported: 43 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

82

Elevation:

754 ft / 229 m

Reviews of Waters Edge RV & Cabin Resort

3 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar Linda
    Absolutely loved staying here!

    Reviewed 23/10/2020

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 14

    Site number: A13

    I can’t say enough good things about this place! The view from the site is amazing. Each campsite has its own covered deck with a picnic table, most are right over the water. Sitting on the deck, listening to the waves hit the rocky shore line is so relaxing. Grand Lake is over 46k acres. Sites are level. Water pressure is great! Wi...moreI can’t say enough good things about this place! The view from the site is amazing. Each campsite has its own covered deck with a picnic table, most are right over the water. Sitting on the deck, listening to the waves hit the rocky shore line is so relaxing. Grand Lake is over 46k acres. Sites are level. Water pressure is great! Wifi was awesome for being in a campground. We didn’t use the bathrooms/showers, but I can report that the laundry room was very clean. If you’re in something other than a motorhome, you’ll probably need an extension for your electric cord, but they will supply you with one if you need it. They even brought me my Amazon package that arrived at the office.We repelled the hill at our site down to the lake to our little bass boat. Caught sunny’s and striped bass.The road into the campground goes past a large herd of Longhorn cattle on one side and horses on the other side. We enjoyed visiting Pickles Pub in Langley. Reminded us of our neighborhood bar back home. All the regulars hanging out there. And great pizza! Also found the best burgers (half pounders) at Moonies in Disney, on the lake. A beautiful view. We tried out the ATV trails around Disney and Hogan’s Off-Road Park. Met Hogan and got the trail map on a bandana. It was hard to follow but good enough to help us not get lost! The trails are maybe a bit much for a Rzr 900, or we might be a bit too cautious? Lots of rock and steep climbs.The only thing that wasn’t great was the number of OTA channels we could get. No, we don’t go to a campground to watch TV, but there were some cold rainy days when it would’ve been nice. CBS was the only channel that came in strong.We’ve already booked for next year and changed to site A17 which seems to be a little longer than A13 and not directly under a tree.

  • Area Guides Avatar About Pops
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    Reviewed 26/7/2016

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: C9

    This park is on a peninsula that extends into Grand Lake of the Cherokees in northeastern Oklahoma. So most every site backs up to the lake and includes a waterside deck. They "cater to the motorhome crowd" so you may need an extension to your power cord, hose and sewer hose because the hook ups are on the side for motor homes to pull ...moreThis park is on a peninsula that extends into Grand Lake of the Cherokees in northeastern Oklahoma. So most every site backs up to the lake and includes a waterside deck. They "cater to the motorhome crowd" so you may need an extension to your power cord, hose and sewer hose because the hook ups are on the side for motor homes to pull front in. The gravel pads are level and easy to back in to.The park is well cared for with water access and a swimming dock. There are only a few sites available because most are taken with long-term campers.

  • Area Guides Avatar RHONDA
    Nice, quiet atmosphere on the water

    Reviewed 10/4/2016

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: A-10

    We only had a few days for a getaway this weekend, so we chose Grand Lake since it is close to our home. We tried out a new RV resort at Grand Lake, called Water's Edge, and we were really glad that we did. It was exactly what we were looking for - a peaceful, quiet getaway on the water. I knew as we passed the herd of longhorn catt...moreWe only had a few days for a getaway this weekend, so we chose Grand Lake since it is close to our home. We tried out a new RV resort at Grand Lake, called Water's Edge, and we were really glad that we did. It was exactly what we were looking for - a peaceful, quiet getaway on the water. I knew as we passed the herd of longhorn cattle on the way into the RV resort that we'd come to the right place.Sites are gravel, with a picnic table overlooking the water at each site. We had a motorhome, 38 foot long, with plenty of room. Site was very level. At first, the kids were disappointed because there was no playground and the road weren't concrete, which meant no scooters or hoverboards. But, the rocks along the shoreline quickly became their playground and our first night both kids came in to take a shower, covered in dirt. But, they had been exploring the rocks and found all kinds of interesting things. It was good to see them playing outside. (Disclaimer: there's snakes in the area, so if kids are playing near the shoreline, they need to watch for snakes in the rocks)We wanted to visit The Artichoke restaurant for dinner, but they were full. Note to anyone going to this restaurant - make reservations in advance. So, we went to the Lighthouse Supper Club instead. Brian and I had coconut shrimp and the kids had catfish and chicken fried steak. We left stuffed, let me tell you. The food was quite good. We did a little bit of fishing, and a lot of watching the wildlife around the lake.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 10/23/2020

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 07/26/2016

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