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Territory Route 66

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Hinton, OK

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TerritoryRoute66

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    45+ (ft)

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    2

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    2

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    No

We fill up with campers almost everyday so best to reserve early! We own/operate a recently opened small RV Park and Campground(July 2019). This was my homeplace when I was growing up! Now it is our Territory Route 66 Phase II in our development to benefit our community. If you're traveling Route 66, "we're on your way!" If you're looking for a destination, we can be that for you, also! It isn't perfectly manicured yet, it IS the country so there is abundant beauty and peacefulness! Gorgeous sunsets and sunrises, golden fields of grain, beautiful and rich soil, bright puffy clouds and clouds of all sorts, big blue skies, fresh air, wildlife and friendly people! 💥💥💥Get your propane filled before you arrive at either: Last known source from the East: El Reno, Oklahoma Tractor Supply at Country Club Road exit or at Carnott’s on Route 66 Last known source from the West: Weatherford, Oklahoma, check for suppliers.💥💥💥 💥The Love’s Travel Stop at exit 101 near us doesn’t have a person to fill the tanks at all times.💥 Suggested Local Attractions:Route 66 ! Fort Reno in El Reno, Oklahoma. Bridgeport Hill. Bridgeport United Methodist Church, built in 1907 and still holding church services on Sundays at 0915. The Bridgeport Post Office building, though in disrepair. The remaining columns of the Key Bridge which was the South Canadian River Crossing of the Original Route 66 Alignment. The William H. "Alfalfa Bill" Murray Bridge also known as the Pony Bridge called such due to the style of trusses used in its construction. Ghost Town of Bridgeport(listed in the Ghost Towns of Oklahoma book) though still inhabited. Nearby, Lucille's Filling Station near Hydro, Oklahoma and the Lucille's Restaurant newly established in memory of the original Lucille. Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park. 1.5 hours from the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton, Oklahoma where you will see buffalo, elk and all sorts of wildlife. 1 hour from Fort Cobb Lake. 1 hour from Oklahoma City, the Murrah Building Memorial and many other landmarks including the Bricktown area with the Water Canal, boat rides and other attractions.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 50A

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Wifi

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Slideouts Allowed

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RV Dump Station

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House Rules

If you are truly “boondocking” meaning self-contained with NO NEED FOR HOOKUPS, your stay is WITHOUT A FEE. If you need hookups, we ask for our “boondockers welcome” special rate of $15 per night to cover the costs of water, electric, sewer, garbage service and grounds upkeep. Pets on leash please so all our guests can feel safe. Pick up after your pet so all guests may enjoy the property! Your site is just that, YOURS! And other campers sites are "THEIRS"! Let's respect one another and still leave room for friendships to form! We've had a very dry year so ask before building an open fire, even then fires of any kind in designated areas only! Thank you for helping keep everyone and their property safe! Smoking at your OWN RV ONLY! Dispose of tobacco products leftovers properly as we consider the leftovers(butts) to be trash also! Dogs are welcome with owners who pick up after them! NO SMOKING at Community Fire Rings! Please observe Quiet Time: 9 pm to 8 am. Please drive slowly through the Park. Garbage pick up day is on Tuesday! Please read and follow the Guidelines for Happy Campers that we will provide if you are staying a couple of days. 💥 Services available in/near our area: *Those with an asterisk are home-grown!* meaning local people who grew up here! Hinton: Nice little grocery store, (market square), dollar general and family dollar, good restaurants(one Mexican food-Pecina's); *Brew 92, great coffee and deli style foods; one pizza place; two cafes: Granny's and Main Street cafe; (two other restaurants within the nearby casinos) a great museum south of the downtown; car wash x 2, *True Value Hardware store with a small RV supply section; *many small shops in the downtown area; Love’s Travel Stop(but we encourage you to use local shops if possible); many churches(most denominations); *excellent Veteran’s Memorial/walking trail/nature preserve all 5 miles south of us. AND our very nice United Methodist Church about 1/4 mile north from our location, meets on Sunday at 0900 a.m. 💥 Services on I-40/Route 66 east of us: Fuel, food, Cherokee Restaurant and Trading Post(nice gifts, moccasins, jewelry, etc.) 💥 Services on Route 66/I-40 west of us: Hydro, OK: Lucille’s original service station site near Hydro then a few more miles west In Weatherford, OK is the new Lucille’s Restaurant(best chicken fried steak ever!) 💥Weatherford, OK: *Downtown Diner on Main Street 💥 Lucille's Restaurant at the Airport Road Exit. Have a need? Call the proprietors or their host residents(seasonal) at whatever time your need arises!

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Location

Access Road Conditions: 50 miles west of Oklahoma City, Easy on/off from I-40 and directly ON Oklahoma Route 66. FROM EITHER EAST OR WEST, BEST TO TAKE EXIT 101, go north 2/10 mile and west, 1.7 miles to our park. GPS does not recognize our park address, (we've been told) If traveling Route 66 FROM THE EAST, ROUTE 66 is CLOSED FOR REPAIRS TO THE PONY BRIDGE between Exit 108 and Exit 101 (November 2022 - 2024) If traveling Route 66 FROM THE WEST we are about 9 miles from Hydro, Oklahoma. (Lucille’s original site). Our Park consists of a central Gravel road with two way travel for safety and ease of use with a slight incline to the exit back onto Route 66. Our slips are on flat ground. Generous slips at 30 degree angle to center road for ease of backing into and the pull throughs are fabulous! We live in the country so without the light pollution of town/city it is very dark! Our lighting is purposefully subdued but we are glad to meet you upon arrival to assist with parking, hookups, etc. Best if you can arrive during the day but we are glad to assist you with your arrival and needs! We’d appreciate an initial ETA then a courtesy call to our 405-542-6566 (OK66) with a ONE HOUR ETA also. We have other properties we maintain so need a good idea of when to be available to our guests arriving. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: alongside or in front of your RV in the generous sized slip. Please park on the gravel only!

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Hosted By TerritoryRoute66

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55-65

Country casual with a touch of class Details: Country couple who enjoy hard work and decadent rest! Our acreages provide us with peace and quiet after a day's work. Our blessings are to be shared with others and we look forward to doing just that! Home Town: Just right here nearby, Bridgeport, Oklahoma Favorite Boondocking Locations: We love our place the most! Skills or Expertise to Share: Campfire building and enjoying, charcoal grilling all year round, excellent conversations, adventure guide of our portion of Route 66 including safely showing you sights unseen by most travelers!

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Hillbillyhortons

    1 week ago

    We pulled up and the owner was very welcoming. What a great spot for an overnighter. The amenities were perfect and the park was super clean and organized. We would definitely return. thank you so much! PS. the showers & laundry are bonus!!!!!!!

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    Moskaly_Family

    1 month ago

    Site is quaint, host was very friendly and accomadating. We were a last minute guest as we called to check if we could stay a night only 3.5hrs prior to arrival. This was not a problem for them, granted we are only a 20’ MB sprinter storytellyer rv, but they could of very easily said no as their page requested much more of a heads up. Instead they were very welcoming and provided us a space, right off old route66 though was a very quiet location. Site was nicely maintained and provides hook ups if so needed along with a heated common area that provides bathrooms, showers and facilities to do laundry if needed as well. We will revisit this place no doubts as we commonly make visits to family in MO. Danny/Carol, Thanks agiain for sharing your location with us, the Moskaly family.

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    skipatroll

    2 months ago

    Right off the original Route 66...we stayed one night going to GA and then two nights on the return trip. The park is immaculate and pristine. He makes sure visitors pick up their trash and dog deposits and cigarette butts. everything is well kept and clean. Nice group of people and so accommodating for extra stays or last minutes arrivals. You are the best!!!!

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    WKearney

    2 months ago

    Great overnight stay. Very Quiet ,never saw anyone just a drop box $15 FHU. Probably didn’t see anyone because of fridged conditions 21 degrees over night 11/16-11/17 2022.

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    skuiken1

    2 months ago

    This little park is in such a cool location, literally right off the old Route 66 road. I stayed here on my way back to CO and gladly paid $15/night for hookups. The owner was very friendly and the amenities were just what I needed - like reasonably priced laundry! Would certainly stay again.

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