Hampton Inn & Suites McAlester
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... HUGE park) 10 miles south of Eufaula, OK. The entry road was miles long into the park. There was an airstrip, 18 hole golfcourse, horse rentals, marina and boat rentals absoluetly no one here. Price was right. With water and electric: $21.
Monday, drove short distance to town of Eufaula, OK. Dreary kind of place. Went to their one grocery store-very, very poor selection of foods ...
... as a neighbor (we found out later that Cliff, the guy driving us around today, had been given three donkeys, kept one, found a home for the other, and is trying to re-home this last one).
The next morning, I wandered around the fairgrounds as John got ready and discovered that we also had three horses as neighbors too! Two of them immediately came over to me and let me pet them as they searched my person for any sort of treats. I came back a bit ...
... the stomach to try that out! While the town was less than desirable with strip malls, hardware stores and fast food joints lining the roads, the state park and Dardanelle lake were beautiful. We found ourself a picnic table in the shade with a nice cool breeze so we barely felt the 39 degree heat! We got back on our way and rolled up to our campsite, after a quick stop at the Oklahoma information center to interact with some ...
So we got off to an early start ... out the door by 8:00 am. The weather wasn't very cooperative though as we hit heavy rains east of Baton Rouge. Couldn't get out of the storms until we reached Shreveport. Then we got hit by swarms of bugs which covered the front of our truck, making it really difficult to see. This year I made sure to avoid Dallas at all cost so once we crossed the Texas border, we diverted off the ...
... checked them out on a very hot day in the high 90's. We followed the directions but we missed a small sign to get to the park so it took longer to get there off of Interstate 40 than we planned. Nice park but I don’t know if we would return since there are also 8 other COE campgrounds around this lake and some state parks. It only costs us $9 with a pass for the ...