300 S. Dickson Drive Colbert, Oklahoma 74733


In an effort to maintain a safe and pleasant environment at RiverView RV & Recreational Park (“the park”), we ask that all guests, as well as their guests, familiarize themselves with the rules of the park. We take these rules seriously and ask that you do the same, so please contact the office for clarification.

  • Check in is at 3pm, and check out is at noon. If you wish to extend your stay, re-registration is available until 10am.
  • Pets, limited to two per site and under 20 pounds, must be leashed when they are outside and you must pick up their waste! If we notice dog waste at your site, we will pick it up and assess a $25 fee per occurrence. Dogs are not allowed to be outside unattended, and no dog pens or runs are allowed inside the park. Pets, with the exception of certified service animals, are not allowed in any buildings. Dogs over 20 pounds will be assessed for entry on an individual basis.
  • Firearms and fireworks are prohibited in all areas of the park.
  • Vehicles, two per campsite, are to only be parked only on gravel and concrete.
  • Only one camping unit per paid campsite. Storage containers and trailers are not permitted. You may not change sites without prior approval from the office.
  • All visitors must check-in at the office before entering the park.
  • Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • Fires are not permitted when proper agencies issue burn bans, however, if there are no burn bans, guests may build a fire in an approved outdoor, portable fire pit.
  • A speed limit of 10 miles per hour is to be observed on all park roads. You will be removed from the park if you are caught speeding three times during your visit. All street legal vehicles must be operated by a licensed driver. ATVs and UTVs are only allowed on roadways.
  • Quiet hours are 10pm – 7am.
  • Alcoholic beverages are restricted to the guest’s purchased site, and smoking isn’t permitted inside any park buildings.
  • No power plants, window air conditioning units, or extra outdoor appliances (refrigerators, etc.) without prior authorization from the office. Approved air conditioning units and outdoor appliances will result in extra monthly fees.
  • Riverview RV & Recreational Park, LLC discourages anybody from entering the river. There are no designated beaches and no lifeguards. Please exercise caution in all areas of the park. RiverView RV & Recreational Park is not responsible for accidents on our property.
  • Riverview RV & Recreational Park, LLC is not responsible for any loss due to theft, fire, utilityfailure, improper connections, and failure to unhook water during freezing conditions or any acts of nature.
  • Riverview RV & Recreational Park reserves the right to disconnect any occupant’s utilities and evict them without refund for violations of the park rules and guidelines. Guests agree that they will promptly vacate the park upon written notice that they are in violation of park rules and guidelines.
  • Glass containers are prohibited outside of the camping unit.
  • Trash dumpster(s) are for guest use only and limited to HOUSEHOLD TRASH.
  • Maintenance and repair work of any kind is prohibited at the sites.
  • Because of high pressure, we require the use of approved water pressure regulators on all our faucets. Water pressure regulators are available for purchase at the park store. Please see below and ask for help if you are unsure of how to properly install the regulator because guests not using one will be subject to a $100 fine.
  • During freezing conditions, all units must utilize a heated water hose or disconnect from the water hookup. Heated hoses are available for purchase in our store.
  • The water at each campsite is intended for trailer/RV hook ups only. Any water use outside your camping unit is prohibited without a water permit from the office for a fee.
  • The park shall have a right of entry upon the land on which a recreational vehicle is situated for maintenance of utilities, maintenance of premises if occupant fails to do so, and the protection of the park at any reasonable time. The park may enter a recreational vehicle without the prior written consent of the occupant in the case of an emergency or when the occupant has abandoned the recreational vehicle.