It was simply getting too cold in Iowa for us to stay any longer so we started the trek to Texas and on the way, we decided to stop in Tulsa, Oklahoma to check things out over Thanksgiving.
The staff was very friendly when we checked in and the park was clean (with your usual exceptions of some people not taking care of their homes). With our Good Sam membership, it cost $30 per day for a back-in full hookup site. We were given site 212 which was a corner site with heavy tree growth to the south (no DirecTV).
This is not somewhere that we would come back to if in the Tulsa area due to the Network issues, no South site line (for Satellite) and the general feel of the park and long term tenants.
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As many of our readers know, we live on the internet. We use the internet to watch movies, work, play etc… Having mobile internet is what makes this lifestyle work for us.
When we pulled into this campground, we started having issues with our Verizon Hotspot. When I say issues, I mean we had to reboot our hotspot every 10 minutes because it would no longer provide access out to the internet. After a ton of reading and research, it appears that this location is so heavy with signals, that are hotspot has trouble finding open channels to transmit on, we tried tethering, static channels and every other setting to no success. Due to our issues (in general) with public Wifi, we did not connect to the parks wifi to test that out.
how easy is the campground to find?
Cherry Hill is 5 minutes off of I-44, super easy to find compared to parks that are out in the country. Easy signage and when we made the reservation over the phone, the person made sure to give us directions before we hung up.