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Oasis of Oklahoma City

Rockwell RV Park

720 S. Rockwell

Oklahoma City, OK 73128 Oklahoma County www.rockwellrvpark.com

(405) 787-5992 Toll Free:

1-888-684-3251 2018-2020


LEGEND 50/30 Amp w/Cable Emergency Phone Only In Laundry/Pool Room 9am-9pm

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Easy Access On & Off Interstate 35

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DRV Mobile Suites & Full House

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Mesa Ridge & Mesa Ridge Light Heritage Glen by Forest River Cyclone Toy Haulers by Heartland

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OKLAHOMA CITY HISTORY Any stay in Oklahoma City can be enriched with a visit to one of its history museums. The offerings are quality and diverse, and each presents some aspect of the region, people and achievements. A wonderful place to start exploring the state’s history is the Oklahoma History Center, celebrating 10 years in its architecturally-dynamic building near the state Capitol. A new major exhibition, the “Crossroads of Commerce,” touts the state’s business history from the late 1600s up to current times. This colorful, immersive exhibit features an array of artifacts, including several original signs from commercial enterprises. Explore the permanent collection showcasing the state’s history and be sure to view the exhibit highlighting the 38 federally recognized American Indian tribes currently associated with Oklahoma. Native American history is one of the most requested subjects. The Oklahoma Hall of Fame at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum tells the story of the state’s people. Learn how the heritage of Oklahoma sons and daughters like pilot Wiley Post, singer Reba McEntire and astronaut Shannon Lucid contributed to their accomplishments. Induction into the Hall of Fame is regarded as the state’s highest honor. Here Oklahomans past and present, famous and not-so-famous, paint a picture of the state’s history in their portrayal of the five characteristics of Oklahomans — perseverance, pioneer spirit, optimism, generosity and individualism. In this restored, stately 1920s building with a rich history of its own, find inspiration and pride in the nation’s 46th state. In addition to its annual Hall of Fame Induction Banquet, the museum hosts an annual Statehood Day Festival each November with family-friendly activities and free admission. The 45th Infantry Division Museum features wide-ranging collections covering from the Revolutionary War era to today’s Oklahomans and their current involvement in the War on Terror. Highlights include one of the finest collections of American military weapons and original drawings by Pulitzer Prizewinning cartoonist Bill Mauldin whose characters, Willie and Joe, chronicled the lives of infantrymen in World War II. The 45th Division Museum’s 15-acre park features tanks, artillery, personnel carriers, aircraft and the Thunderbird Monument. This tribute is to soldiers who served in World War II and Korea, as well as those who continue to serve in Oklahoma’s National Guard. Nearing a century in existence, the 45th Infantry has strong ties to Oklahoma, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum preserves and embodies the histories and cultures of the American West, part of the nation’s identity and heritage. Explore the vast, diverse history and artistry of the American West through fine art and artifacts, educational classes and demonstrations. The museum is large, making it possible to spend several hours or return for additional visits. Permanent and temporary exhibitions are boosted by a variety of events, including the annual Western Family Weekend and National Day of the American Cowboy. Each summer, visitors delight in a prestigious contemporary art exhibition and sale known as Prix de West. Page 4


In the shadow of the state Capitol, you will find a chance to step back in time at the Historic Harn Homestead Museum. With a stop at this scenic outdoor complex, learn about territorial life in Oklahoma on property claimed during one of the famed land runs that led to settlement. You are welcome anytime during public hours, which vary by season. Check out the schedule for guided tours of the QueenAnne style, Victorian home, which take 30 to 60 minutes. For true old-fashioned fun, pack a picnic for the beautiful outdoor setting. A departure from a traditional museum, the Red Earth Art Center in downtown Oklahoma City represents the state’s Native American heritage, primarily through contemporary art. The center is located next to Oklahoma City’s historic Skirvin Hilton Hotel and within walking distance of the Cox Convention Center where the nonprofit presents the annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival each June. The center offers original Native American artwork for purchase, including paintings, jewelry, pottery, beadwork and other items. Also on exhibit are some items from a permanent collection of fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork. Red Earth Art Center enhances the cultural climate for residents and visitors alike. Oklahoma City’s history museums are scattered in different locations, adding to their ease-of-access and appeal. Sampled in combination with the art, science, children’s and zoological offerings, they constitute well-rounded entertainment and educational attractions that make the city a wonderful destination for weekend getaways and extended stays.

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Night!!! We will be hosting movie night on the south side of the RV Park by the basket ball court.

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PARK RULES PARKING: Please do not park in any areas other than your designated site. PETS: ALL PETS MUST BE ON A LEASH WHILE OUTSIDE ON THE PREMISES. Keep pets away from other campers and out of all buildings. Please be tidy behind your pets and keep them quiet. Everyone will appreciate it. VEHICLES: Speed limit is 10 MPH. Leave cars in assigned space. Keep cars off grassy areas and there is NO PARKING in streets or at the bathhouses. NO WASHING OF VEHICLES. NO MAINTENANCE OF VEHICLES IN PARK. HOOKUPS: Full hookups, 50/30 AMP services. Leaking water will not be tolerated. UNHOOK HOSE DURING FREEZING WEATHER OR YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DAMAGE. ADULTS: Person registering is financially responsible for his/her guests’ conduct. Proper clothing is required at all times. NO FIREWORKS. QUIET PLEASE FROM 10PM to 8AM. CHILDREN: Parents or guardians are responsible for children’s activities and damages done by them. All children are to be accompanied by an adult in all buildings, and ESPECIALLY IN THE POOL AREA. NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY. POOL CLOSES at 9PM. BATHHOUSES & LAUNDRY: There are two bathhouses and laundry facilities available: one near the office and the other at the rear of the park. Please help us keep these facilities clean. Laundry is open 24 hours. Laundry is use at your own risk. Park is not responsible, for loss, stolen or damaged items. SANITARY DUMPING: NO grease, paper or solids are to be deposited in the sewer. Deposit drained and bagged garbage in dumpsters. PHONES: Emergency phone only, pool room 9AM to 9PM. Emergency: 911 RECREATION: Enclosed/heated swimming pool and spa hours: 9AM to 9PM. NO ONE under the age of 14 is allowed in the hot tub. No food, drink, plastic or glass containers allowed in the pool or spa areas. Other rules are posted at the pool. Please observe and obey OOL rules. Notice there is no P in it. Please keep it that way. TV STATIONS: UHF 25-34-43; VHF 4-5-9-13; Weather Stations 3,4,5, and 6. Cable available, 48 stations. For satellite, point to the southwest. CREDIT CARDS: MasterCard, VISA, Discover – NO personal or payroll checks accepted. CHECK-OUT TIME: 11AM NO EXCEPTIONS. MANAGEMENT: Management is not responsible for loss due to fire, accidents, theft or other conditions including acts of nature. Management reserves the right to refuse service to anyone at any time. If the park rules are not observed, management has the right to tell the guest to leave. NO NOTICE OF EVICTION IS REQUIRED per RV, Hotel/Motel law. THIS PARK DOES NOT REFUND RENT. RENT: All rent must be pre-paid + NO EXCEPTIONS + or the vehicle will be towed at the owner’s expense and at the manager’s discretion. If late on rent, or if an attorney is used in collection, daily rate without discount will be charged, plus attorney and court fees. MAIL: Can be received as a courtesy and is for paid guests in good standing only. All other mail will be returned to sender. The park is not responsible for shipping costs, or lost items. Please pick up mail daily. CAMPFIRES: No fires are allowed on the grounds at any time. ACCESS TO BUILDINGS: Access is keyless - use plastic card provided by park (similar to what hotels use). © 2018 AGSPUB.COM • CROWLEY, TX • (877) 518-1989 • 04-18 AT • MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION • D2238 SEM 12595

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