There is a Buckhorn Campground Chickasaw NRA that is located on Arbuckle Lake, but you turn east, instead of west, to get to this campground. Then about a quarter of a mile and it's on the south side of the road. So don't get the two confussed.
My brother checked out the Buckhorn Chickasaw NRA a couple of weeks ago. I think it's W/E only. He said it's alright, but a little hilly and the sites were a little close together. But then his idea of a perfect campground is dry camping on some mountain side in Colorado.
The owner told me he stocks the creek and a couple of ponds with fish he catches in the lake. Since I didn't fish, I can't tell you if the fishing is any good or not.
Like I stated earlier, this park is bare bones. There is nothing other than the hook ups. The spot we had, site #15, was the only one with shade from the evening sun. There were about 4 or 5 long term campers there. We enjoyed the park because it was just what we needed for what we were doing that weekend, but if your very active and looking for lots to do, you probably wouldn't care too much for this park.
There was also camping just on the southeast side of town. I didn't drive into the camping area, so I can't tell you what it's like. From what I saw passing, it looked pretty nice.
Here's a couple of more pics.