GoCampingAmerica.com | Posted August 28th, 2020

Grand Country Lakeside RV: Offering Rustic, Peaceful Relaxation

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“My dog doesn’t bite.”

“My kids are well-behaved.”

“My motorcycle is quiet.”

These are the things that Erv and Kathi Sikorski, owners of Grand Country Lakeside RV Park, have heard over the 28 years that they’ve been in charge. According to them, 80 percent of the time what they hear is true, but it’s dealing with the 20 percent that don’t obey the rules that makes life less than pleasant for others.

The solution at Grand Country is to have an adult park, catering to those over 40-ish.

The park hosts a very limited number of under 40 guests, focusing on those that enjoy the peace and quiet. They don’t allow large or aggressive breed dogs and only allow smaller breeds that are supervised. If a dog barks incessantly, they’re asked to leave. No motorcycles, off-road vehicles or other vehicles with straight pipes are allowed as well, preserving the tranquility of the park.

“We've parked our trailer here for the last two summers. Under a big tree and a beautiful hibiscus just outside our door,” says guest DA Hudson. “Erv & Kathi are the best - they would even go turn our A/C on so our trailer would be cool when we came up after work on a Friday! Adults, no noisy four wheelers and the most beautiful view of Grand Lake ever. I can feel my blood pressure drop before we even get our trailer set up. Peace, quiet and fine people.”

If you like to follow these rules for yourself, as well as everyone else, you’ll love visiting Grand Country Lakeside RV Park. The park sits overlooking Grand Lake in northeast Oklahoma, featuring incredible sunrises in the early mornings. The gentle slope to the lake leads to a natural shoreline where visitors can watch herons, egrets, geese, turtles and pelicans gliding by. Explore more via a nature trail or cast a line in and see if you can catch any big ones.

​“This place is all about peace and quiet, and it really is right on the lakeshore,” says guest John Allender. “We enjoyed sitting in the shade of a tree, looking at the lake and listening to the many birds singing.”

“The staff was very helpful with EVERYTHING, whether it was RV repairs, local attractions, backing my trailer in or the hiking trail right next door,” says park guest Heather Harris. “They have a beautiful view of Grand Lake, pull-through and back-in spaces (large), lots of beautiful grass and trees. It's not like other parks that feel like you're crammed into one big parking lot. The biggest asset for me was that it was QUIET, as well as peaceful and serene.”

The park offers daily, weekly, monthly and annual spaces, with 30 and 50 amp electric. Monthly sites start at $225/month plus electric.

Located just off historic Route 66 and I-44, the Grand Country Lakeside RV Park is on Grand Lake allows easy drive times to various resort attractions including Har-Ber Village, Lendonwood Gardens, the Pensacola Dam, the Coleman Theater and more. Explore the huge diversity of attractions and activities on and off the lake.

Learn more and book a stay by visiting www.grandcountryrvpark.com or call 918-314-9508.