Friendly, accommodating staff and the park is well maintained. Easy getting around on roads with gravel and level sites. WiFi service was OK, good voltage and water pressure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here 4 times en route to and from Fl. Excellent small park. Easy on and off I-65. Lots to do in the area. Very big rig friendly-all sites are pull thru. There is a train nearby but it only comes by once or twice a day. Not a problem. Very nice and organized people run this park. Our dogs especially enjoy the fenced in doggie area! (This park does not have much for kids to do, but there are lots of family activities in the area including several caves.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Delightful personnel. Easy on-easy off. Near hotels, town and restaurants. Not much in Cave City to do other than some antique shops and Mammoth Cave. We stayed 2 nights while visiting Mammoth Cave. Great layout and so easy to maneuver a big rig. Wish other parks would use this type of layout. It was extremely hot and the utilities worked great and are in good spots. No shade, no pool and no playground so best for those doing things during the day or without children. There are trains running but it did not bother us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground had a lot going for it, but we found the noise from the trains bothersome enough to wake us up at night which was very annoying. The grounds, bathrooms/showers and laundry room were well maintained, and the staff was friendly and helpful. Interior roads and sites were gravel, with the sites being plenty long and fairly level. Our coach was pretty much in full sun all the time - the small trees did not provide much shade. The 50-amp power was adequate but not strong, and water pressure was only 30 psi so I had to run my pump to supplement the pressure. Some sites had fire pits, but not ours. Each site had a table and nice grass areas. The campground WiFi worked well, and the Verizon signal for our phones and Hotspot was strong. As previously mentioned, the bathrooms and showers here were gorgeous and clean, with hooks and benches available at each shower. The laundry room was clean and consisted of 2 washers and two dryers plus a small folding table. This campground is located in a "dry" county so bring your own beverages or be prepared to drive to Bowling Green, approximately 25 miles south. Access to Mammoth Cave and it's many hiking/biking trails is very close, and we drove 90 miles one-way to spend a day in Nashville. This is a fine place for an overnight stay, but the road/train noise and sub-par water/power issues wouldn't make it a destination stop for us. The daily rate quoted was based on a weekly rate we received. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground for visiting Mammoth Caves National Park and surrounding areas. It has gravel sites that we wished were longer but is a well-maintained park with excellent Wi-Fi. A negative is the close proximity to the railroads with long trains coming through at various hours of day/night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the nicest Mom and Pop's we have seen in our 15 years of full time on the road. It is full of flowers, plantings, landscaping, green, and well groomed. The water is awesome and the sewer is modern and electric excellent. The roads and pads are gravel and in good repair. Easy to maneuver. We stayed on the train track side and were not bothered, but light sleepers may prefer other end. Our 45' rig was very happy here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for three nights at one of the "buddy" sites - which is a site setup so that two RVs can face one another and share a yard area - perfect for camping with friends! The campground staff was extremely friendly. The store and bathhouse/showers were very clean and nice. The campground has a very nice and well maintained dog area to let the dogs off leash for some exercise. Sites were gravel, level and pull-through with full hook-ups and WIFI that worked well even in poor weather conditions. Every other site had a firepit - so something to keep in mind when reserving to request a pit if you plan a campfire. Landscaping is very nice around the park, though site trees are young thus providing little shade currently. There is interstate and train noise from this campground, but not highly annoying. Sites on opposite end of the dog area are furthest from such noise. Not your typical "camp" feel for a campground, but perfect if visiting the area to tour caves or trails and needing a good place to overnight. Overall a good experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall very nice campground. We stayed here 3 nites during our vacation and took the time to tour some of the caves in the area (which the campground is located near). Gravel roads and site. Site was level. We were traveling with friends and they have buddy sites available which was nice. Shared a lawn area and fire pit. Not all sites have fire pits. Bath house was very clean. Seemed to be used a lot for overnight stays since very close to interstate 65. Have some road noise but wasn't too bad for us. There is a train close by, but we chose to stay on the opposite end (opposite end from dog park) and heard it but wasn't a deal breaker. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
WiFi would not connect to my pc. stayed one night on the way home from gulf shores to Michigan. Easy to get to , clean, very friendly staff. Sites easy access for a 40 ft motor home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice family owned RV park. Very clean & well maintained. Easy access to free way. Close to Mammoth Cave attractions. Sites are level gravel pull-thru. Grassy areas between sites. The park is fairly close to train tracks, but not terribly bad. Good internet access and cell service. There is also a community building for rallies etc. Staff very helpful and friendly. We have stayed here before and will continue to make this a regular stop when traveling. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is a flat open area with relative young trees and nice plantings scattered about. Gravel access roads and gravel sites which are basically level. It is next to a relatively busy CSX mainline (heard 12-15 trains in the first day). Train noise is highly dependent on the amount of noise block between the tracks and your site. We were 7 sites from the tracks (#45). The first night there were several coaches between us and the tracks. The train noise was a bit less than having your immediate neighbor with his diesel pusher sit there and idle his engine - this in a coach with good insulation and double pane windows. Whistles were not an issue - they did blow them, but it was for relatively distant grade crossings. The second night there was no one between us and the tracks. The trains were very loud the second night. Power ok, water pressure ok, sewer ok, cable ok, no issues with satellite access, Wi-Fi decent (stable connection and decent speed), good Verizon cell signal. This would probably be an 8 if you were west of the office (tracks are east of the campground) - sites 14 thru 40 (esp 29 thru 40 which have the office as a noise block). We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful well maintained park with amazing gardens. The owner is on site and very friendly. Right off the highway with easy access. One of the nicer parks we've been to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice little park. Owners are very nice and friendly. It is close to Mammoth Cave, service stations, restaurants, and the freeway. Only one complaint and that was the trains. The night we were there, we had at least 3 trains come through and all blew their whistles. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is such a perfectly maintained and nicely landscaped park! It is a model for other campground operators. Very restful with easy sites to access for large sites.Convenient to the interstate and to Mammoth Caves. Great WIFI and plenty of TV channels. Sites were just fine. Momma would have liked a pool and a little better signage getting to the campground would have been helpful, but they were minor issues. Thanks for a wonderful stay to the campground hosts!! We will be back!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Have always stayed here on our trips north and south on I-65. Campground is kept beautiful and the workampers and owner are all very nice. The only drawback is that the trains tend to travel more at night. We just wear earplugs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a lovely RV park, not far from the interstate and Mammoth Cave National Park. Restrooms and showers were super clean. Hookups were very good. The landscaping was exceptional with lots of lovely flowers. Heavy gravel at the sites and on the roadway. There was some occasional train noise and some nasty biting flies which brought our rating from a 10 to a 9. Our rate was Good Sam. We were very comfortable there & we really liked it. We would stay again for sure. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What a great little park. We felt very welcomed and they escorted us to our site and helped get lined up, etc. Picnic table at every site and a fire ring at every other site. We didn't use it because it was hot most evenings. The only complaint we had was how rude the owner was to our daughter and husband when they came into the park and didn't check in at the front desk. He could have been a little more pleasant and not talk so nasty to them for not checking in. Overall, our experience here was great. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites were gravel and fairly level. The grounds were well maintained. There were only two washers and two dryers and one of the dryers was out of order. We did our laundry offsite. Except for the trains, the park was very quiet and peaceful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We didn't stay here, we only stopped to get propane but they were very nice and the campground landscaping was amazing! They took great care to plant beautiful trees and flowers throughout the park and the sites are flat and clean. If we are in the area again, we will stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I could easily give it a 9, but we like out in the country and there is some road noise from a train track just outside the park. But nothing bad. Very well kept park, easy to get into, and level sites. The bathrooms are spotless. The staff is very helpful. Very good Wi-Fi. We would certainly stay here again if in the area. Very short drive to Mammoth Cave from here and, from what we saw, this is the best park in the area. We stayed here a week and enjoyed it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well maintained park. Easy to find. Park host is extremely friendly. Spaces are easily accessible and level requiring minimal leveling on your part. . Most are pull through. This is an RV park so spaces are close but comfortably spaced with picnic tables. Some have brick fire rings. Excellent large leash free dog park for your pups. Just upgraded its Wi-Fi with multiple antennas so reception was excellent on our iPads but our 4S iPhones would not identify the network due to recently upgrading to new technology for the network. Newer phones are OK and the problem is being corrected as I type this review. A train can be heard in the distance several times a day but we did not find this to be a problem. Don't plan to be back in this area anytime soon but would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Will stay here again. It is small in size but owner takes a lot of pride in this park. Large gated dog run, with waste bags provided. Staff is so pleasant and friendly that it made the stay just that much more enjoyable. It rained hard, but our site drained well and quick. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy park to access with smooth packed gravel roads and sites. Site was fairly level with good utility connections. Clean, attractive park and friendly staff. Farm fields on 2 sides, active CSX freight track at one end of park. Generous grassy fenced dog park. WiFi was fair to good, water pressure was fair to good, good Verizon signal. Rate reflects weekly stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, well-organized, and well-maintained campground--in overall appearance one of the best I've seen. One has the slight impression that it is intended for those "passing through," as opposed to extended-stay. The camp's web site is well-designed and online reservations were extremely easy and convenient. The sites are gravel, but level and without dips or potholes. Each has a well-demarcated fire area, new picnic table, and hookups that are in very good condition. Our two dogs loved the pet area, which is quite large and is fenced and gated, with waste-bags provided. Propane is available as well. The only problem we had during our overnight stay was with the Wi-Fi: though we had a good signal, we were unable to connect to the Internet. Light sleepers take note: there is a busy train track literally a stone's throw from the campground, and we were awakened at least once during the night by the noise. Additionally, although the grounds are landscaped well, there were no shade trees; this might pose a bit of a problem during the summer months. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Has pull through sites. Was muddy where we camped and we got lots of mud on our shoes. Or it could have been dog waste, not sure. People were nice. Is a fine stop over for one night, but would not stay for long. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly and helpful staff, clean restrooms spacious sites. The only disadvantage is the nearby railroad with a lot of trains, which are quite loud, the whole night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here several times. It's the place to go if you're in the Cave City area. Nice sites, mostly all pull-throughs with all amenities. There are now fire rings on most of the sites. We love the dog run, big and very nice for the pups. Owners are super friendly and helpful. Convenient to all Cave City / Glasgow area attractions and Camping World is a few miles down the road in Bowling Green. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay at this park on our way thru to Florida, a few separate times now. The staff is friendly and efficient, the park is clean and easy to maneuver, and is tidy and well cared for. We like that it is only a few blocks from I- 65 and fuel and restaurants. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We found this campground to be extremely clean, the host was very friendly and accommodating. Since we did not unhook we were able to walk to the nearby Cracker Barrel for a real Thanksgiving dinner. Overall a great experience. All the sites are pull throughs. The only slight negative comment is that the restrooms were quite cool when taking a shower. Other than that a great experience...the Christmas lights were a nice touch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very clean and well maintained park. The sites are designed the way a park should be. Other park owners could take a lesson from this park. There is plenty of room between the sites and each site is nicely landscaped. The dog walk area is the best we have seen. The park staff are friendly and helpful. A couple of other people wrote comments about noise from trains keeping them awake. They must be very light sleepers! I had a little trouble getting connected to the WiFi but once I did, it worked well. We will definitely stay in this park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I love this park. Second time we have stayed here. The staff and owner are super. The park is meticulously maintained. Wi-Fi was excellent. Showers/laundry/restrooms spotless. Sites are angled, level, gravel and spaced appropriately apart. Love to hear the trains go by in the background. No Interstate noise. Price is Good Sam discount. We would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice level sites. Great fenced dog run. Friendly staff. Rate reflects the one week discount. Nice to have the luxury of trash pick up. I agree with the previous review but no trouble finding them as the add says turn at the Crackle barrel. We would stay here again if in the area. We stayed here in our fifth wheel. Also enjoyed some great motorcycle riding in the area to see fall colors. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice parking lot. No trees and very sparse. The woman at the desk was very rude and angry. I was charged for an extra day that I did not reserve. After due diligence of leaving before check-out time, I approached her about the bill. She became angry and I thought she was going to sick her dog on me. Look closer to the park for your stay; I know I will. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This is a neat, well run campground hidden behind Cracker Barrel and McDonalds in Cave City, KY. It is not easy to find and doesn't have huge lighted signs, so call and ask for directions. $34 rate is for 50 amps. Gravel roads and level sites are in this very well maintained park. We put our 36' motor home with a toad in a level, pull through gravel pad that had 50 amps available. Water pressure was 40 PSI and our SurgeGuard had no faults indicated. The WiFi response time is excellent. There is basic Cable TV. There is trash pick up. Verizon cellular is 4 out of 5 bars. You are in cave country and Mammoth Cave is near by. Our small dog had no problems in this campground. No pool and no playground in this campground suits me just fine. This is our second visit and we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here twice before.. and it's a good park as we were overnighting. I had forgotten that the main railroad tracks are next to this great park, with major frt trains about 4x a night. If you keep your AC on, no problem. We would still stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed over nite while passing through area. Front desk was very accommodating. Gave us a site close to entrance (they knew we would be a late arrival). Reasonably priced. Close to interstate and traffic noise can be heard. There are train tracks nearby and that can be heard as well. The noise however was not terribly bothersome to us. Easy to maneuver around campground in RV while towing. Campground is clean and well kept. There does not appear to be playground or pool. We did not use the facilities as we were just passing through. Wifi is excellent. For us this was an ideal campground for quick over nite stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pros: newer campground, very close to Mammoth Cave National Park entrance, nicely landscaped, large level pull-thru sites, big rig friendly, satellite friendly, clean modern bathrooms and showers, modern laundry machines, owner resides on site. Cons: train noise from tracks adjacent to campground, no shade. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nightly rate is $32.40 after the Good Same discount. This is a nice, very clean RV park however is close to the freeway although we haven't heard any noise from it. There is a train track quite near and we can hear that. The host is nice, the TV service has 24 channels but meets our needs, the restroom and showers are spotless although the shower heads should be lower and not splatter so much. There isn't much in this small town to see or do excellent Mammoth Cave or some of the others in the area. There is no playground or pool and I have seen no dogs or kids since we've arrived today. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an outstanding campground. Very friendly staff, clean and spacious sites with grass and small bushes, trees between each site. Only a few miles from Mammoth Cave National Park. If you camp here and want an excellent home cooked meal drive 20 miles to the Lighthouse Restaurant in Sulphur Wells. We did and enjoyed the best catfish dinner ever. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very close to the Interstate. Excellent pull through sites for big rigs. Five miles from Mammoth Caves. Helpful managers and generally well kept. Trains start up around 6 and are certainly loud enough to wake you up. Some traffic from the interstate but not bad. Excellent area for dogs: nice big pet run. In the middle of a few farm fields and a local business to the rear. Not bad just nothing spectacular. Would be great for stop over or a visit to the caves. Otherwise not that much here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground, with good power and water and a very helpful staff. I would give it a '10' if it had paved roads to keep some of the dust down. The sites were level, wide and long; the dog park is good-sized and clean. The trains were close but did not bother us or intrude on our sleeping. Mammoth Cave is nearby, as are several good restaurants and other activities. We will stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are a family of Australians (4 kids, 2 parents) on our first RVing trip. We stayed 2 nights at the Cave Country RV Campground in a 28' Class C while visiting local attractions. The major positives... This is a very neat campground, well maintained. Extensive grassed areas. 24hr access to a TV room/gym/pool table that was as neatly furnished as a family lounge room - we spent the evenings here in air-conditioned comfort playing board games and had the room to ourselves. Toilets/showers clean and new. Walking distance to chain restaurants. There were no significant negatives. Perhaps a playground or pool for the kids to use would have been appreciated were we to have stayed longer. Overall, our impression was of a near-new campground, being run effectively, and we would not hesitate to stay here again in future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff at this campground was very friendly and helpful. It is one of those parks that has no big trees, all sites level, gravel and a little dusty when someone drove by your site. Biking distance to Cracker Barrel. The kids could bike to an arcade and the road it is on did not have a lot of traffic. Distance to Mammoth Caves was minimal. There is a lot of train traffic and every once in a while you could hear the horn. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground for visiting the area or as we did for an over night. Check in lady was friendly and helpful. Everything worked as it should and the pull through sites were plenty long enough and easy access. It was just off the hwy and had to pass McDonald's on the way out for breakfast. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Sites are gravel but level. Park is run very efficiently. Very clean restrooms and showers. Area is very commercialized. Would stay here again as it is a good base camp for the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Good Sam rate including tax. This park appears rather new, and staff attempts to keep it well maintained. They are working hard on their landscaping - very nice. Hookups are good; all sites are long, level, and with distance between sites. Cable was good; Wi-Fi good. There is a doggie run which is nice; however, a water faucet to fill a bowl would be a good idea. We happen to be here during the excessive heat wave with temps of 104-105. It would have been really nice to have some kind of shade. If in the area, we would consider staying again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well maintained and designed park with excellent staff Wi-Fi speeds were sufficient to stream Hulu+ and UVerse all sites were pull through with 50 amp service and all sites are flat (gravel) stayed 2 nights and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great campground close to Mammoth Cave National Park. Long, level gravel sites with plenty of room from your neighbor. This RV park was extremely well maintained and clean. The host was very friendly and extremely helpful and informative. The bathhouse was one of the cleanest and thought out that I've seen. Plenty of room to hang clothes, towels, and ditty bags. It was well ventilated and the mirrors were mounted higher than most to accommodate tall folks. I would highly recommend this owner-operated campground that is a short drive to the NP entrance. The only negative was the spotty Wi-Fi service. Signal was great at the park office but was intermittent in our RV. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is very well groomed. Services are new and in very good condition. Pads are crushed stone, level, and firm base. Managers are friendly and accommodating. Location is convenient to Mammoth Cave and many other attractions. We would definitely return next time we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice level sites. Easy in and out for our 38' rig. Nothing fancy. Staff was friendly and had an escort to the site. $25 charge for not picking up after your pet. (Great idea). Very convenient to Mammoth Cave NP. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, easy access and departure from sites and campground. Only drawback were the trains, but while inside I didn't notice them as much. We stayed a week here including the Memorial Day weekend. Hostess very helpful and friendly. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There were very friendly check-in personnel. They took me right to my site. The park was very clean with good, level, gravel parking pads. The trees are young so not much shade. Easy walking to local Cracker Barrel and other restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We're back! Glad to be here again. Same as always, perfect. Management is friendly and on top of everything. Lots to do in the area. I will say it again: flat, level sites; easy in/out; restaurants in town; Verizon reception good, MiFi reception good, good free cable channels, good free internet. Don't miss this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Neat, clean, quiet. We stayed 2 nights and went to Mammoth Cave the second day (about 4 miles away). Bathrooms were immaculately clean and spacious! We would definitely recommend this park and would ourselves stay again. Congratulations to the owner who was at a training session for some of the top Good Sam Park campground owners in the nation! He is very proud of his park and it shows! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Went here because of reviews and I was not disappointed. This is a small and very nice campground. Beautifully landscaped , gravel level sites, easy to get in and out. Nice picnic table and fire pit ring at each site. Also has a fenced in dog run!! The bathrooms were roomy, well decorated, smelled great and were clean. Showers were clean and roomy ..only complaint was that the water came out in fine spray so that when it hit your body it was cooler then what it was as it was coming out. I still enjoyed the shower thoroughly. The only negative this campground has is a train runs across the back of it . This train seems to be mostly short groups and it did not bother my husband and I at all. I will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nicely landscaped, clean, small park. If there was a pool, would be a 10 for sure. There is train noise, but at least not the horn blasting, only the track noise. We are used to quiet, and did not find the train so bad, and there is no night highway noise. A few restaurants at the same exit. Most campers are one night stays. Good Wi-Fi, OK cable. CW approx. 30 miles south in Bowling Green. Have been here before, and will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I hate to tell everyone about this RV park because then it will be booked solid. However, I can't keep the good news to myself. This park is perfect, or so nearly perfect that for the first time I have rated a park with a "10". Well-deserved rating. The moment you drive in you can see the neat and tidy appearance that tells you that someone cares. Everything is clean, inside and out. Nice office dog. Nice people. Lots to do in the area like Mammoth Cave, a must see. We stayed 2 nights because it was so nice. All sites are pull throughs. Flat and level. There is gravel, but it's the correct gravel so not dusty. Super easy in/out, on/off. Definitely will be coming back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a lovely small park, obviously the pride of the management. Wonderful landscaping. Some special touches, like some exercise equipment, a pool table, and a dog park. We were escorted to our site, which was stone covered and easy in and out. Utilities are well located and everything worked perfectly. The only reason we didn't give it a ten is that some people might be bothered by the trains, but we have stayed in parks where the sound was more intrusive. The park is a wonderful base for visiting Mammoth Caves. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well thought out RV park. The sites are well spaced, level and angled with wide roads through out the park. We spent the Labor day week here and really enjoyed our stay. There is not a lot to do for children inside the park but a lot outside due to Mammoth Cave. The hookup were good and the people friendly. The landscaping was very nice but no trees for shade. We liked everything else so much we didn't mind. It is easy off the freeway and little noise. We wish more campgrounds were this well designed. The only reason it is not a 10 is the sites are not cement. They are a good grade of gravel with grass in between. Don't miss this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV Park is definitely "Big Rig Friendly" and is so beautifully landscaped. The hard gravel packed interior roads and pull-through sites are wide for easy in and out. The restrooms/showers, laundry and exercise rooms are immaculate. Great internet speed and the 56 channel cable TV was a nice bonus. Our discounted rate reflects a 1 week stay, which gave us ample time to visit Mammoth Caves, kayak the Green River, visit the Corvette Museum and explore the Cave Land area. As others have commented, trains run close to the RV park day and night, however, the positive aspects of this park far outweigh the negative of the train noise. We really like this park and will always stay here when visiting this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. We stayed here while visiting caves and area. Sights are level, utilities work great, plenty of room for big rigs. Staff were great! Only thing we didn't love were the trains (there were few and seldom sounded their horn), and it would be nice if they would keep the weeds down in the gravel sites. Considering how much rain there has been here recently probably not their fault. We would stay again anytime. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Extremely clean park. We stayed at Site #16 for two nights while exploring the caves. Rate reflects the Good Sam discount. They do sell ice, but not much of anything else. The fitness room is 4 machines which is pretty nice, and the recreation is limited to a pool table and a table with the large "Cracker Barrel" type checker board and checkers. Would have likes to seen a pool, or maybe they could work out a deal with a nearby motel (there are a couple) to allow CG guests to use their pool. It was mild when we were here, but it is headed to 90 tomorrow and then 96 by the 4th and since it is new, there are no shade trees, so a pool would be a welcome respite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, clean smaller park. Most of the sites are pull throughs and have good space. I had no problems with my big rig that was towing. Good Wi-Fi and excellent cable TV channel choices. Wide open so satellite is not a problem. Located off I-65 so you hear a faint traffic noise, but not a problem. There also is a train track close by, but for the most part the trains are quiet. Excellent spot for an overnight stop. My rate was based on a weekly rate. I would stay again, if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice overnight stop over for us. Lots of room for slide outs, and utilities worked fine. I-65 and nearby train noise wasn't a problem. This also would be a nice base to see the area, but we were just going through. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice, clean, and well kept campground. It is just off the interstate and very near Mammoth Cave National Park. You can throw a rock and hit several restaurants, including Cracker Barrel, Pizza Hut, McDonald's and several local favorites. The rates are good, the hookups are excellent and even lighted for night time arrival, the Wi-Fi is fast (though not secure), and the park is pet friendly. The staff is very courteous and helpful. Everything is spotless. They even have a fitness center for those of us who are concerned about our long term ability to live this lifestyle! The only downsides are that there is no shade and there is a railroad track nearby that can be a little bit noisy at times, but not enough to be a problem. Overall this is an excellent place to stay and see the sights. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here while visiting Mammoth Cave National Park. Very clean - sites level - good WI-FI and cable - restrooms immaculate - near several cave sites - staff was very hospitable - restaurants (Mexican and Cracker Barrel close by - we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very well maintained campground. Restrooms and laundry facility very clean and the ground are kept cut with very nice gardens. Stayed here for a week and would come back again. Sites are large with plenty of room between them. Owner and workampers are very friendly. They give GoodSam and Escapees discounts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owners were very nice. Restrooms were spotless. Could use some shade trees between campers. If you stay here make sure you are at the end away from the railroad tracks. These are very busy tracks and the horn is sounded with each approach to the crossing. Plenty loud at the campground. It is close to Cave City and a great little restaurant called "Cream and Sugar". We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground for exploring the area. The interior roads and sites are gravel but level side to side. WiFi was fast. There is a lack of shade trees, but not a problem in May. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at Cave Country RV for a week. You get a slight price break on a week. Very flat, gravel sites and roads. Plenty of room for the largest rig and tow vehicles. Everything super clean and all hookups new. Downside of the park is road noise and train nearby, but overall excellent park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice RV Park with nice gravel roads and sites. Full hookups sites with cable. Sites are long and level and they also have picnic table and a fire ring. Well maintained and clean restrooms, laundry, and work out facilities. The train track is close and does make a lot of noise. I only heard one train in the middle of the night during our 3 night stay. This is a nice place to locate yourself to see the sites in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the cleanest rest rooms and shower that I have ever seen. Truly the nicest. We stayed here for the weekend of visiting the area caves. The staff was friendly and courteous. Answered all questions about the area. We will definitely stop by again when in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Cave Country is in a perfect location for the Mammoth Cave area. The campground is very clean and modern. Check in was quick and everything was explained very well. While close to the highway and railroad tracks, this was never an issue. We would highly recommend Cave Country if you're visiting the Mammoth Cave area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park just off I-65. Good access to local restaurants, fuel and all Mammouth Cave and National Park facilities. Owner/manager is excellent and most helpful in all needs. I-65 noise is not a problem and nearby railroad has minimal noise. Includes cable and great satellite view. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You've seen the phrase, "Pride of ownership shines throughout" in real estate ads, perhaps? Well, that phrase certainly applies here. Sparkling restrooms and the cleanest laundry room I've ever used, very tidy grounds/sites, and all kinds of amenities (treadmill, other exercise machines, pool table) that one doesn't usually expect at an off-the-interstate campground. Great place to stop for a Mammoth Cave visit with hookups. We were so pleased we picked this one, instead of the other choices, after we drove by them on the way to the national park. Yikes. Loved this place. We had to dock a few points for no shade trees (but nice landscaping otherwise) and the very nearby train noise, but otherwise great. Excellent Christmas decorations, too. We would stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park. Large, angled, pull-thrus with full-hookups and good cable. Convenient location to Mammoth Cave National Park and Corvette Musuem/Factory Tour. Spotless bathrooms/showers/laundry. Friendly and caring owner. Rate reflects weekly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We thought this was a really nice little RV park with easy interstate access. Everything was very neat and clean plus nice showers and laundry. Sites were level and well graveled. There was a little highway and train noise but not enough to be bothersome. I wish all our overnight stops were this nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice campground. The campsites are gravel,but level, and are all pull-throughs. Very clean showers, and bathrooms. The staff is very nice and helpful. This campground is very close to Mammoth Cave, and very close to the interstate. We would camp here again. I have to say, there is a train that come through every so often. That is why we didn't give this campground a 10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here on a visit to area caves. Very clean park. Modern and clean restrooms and showers. Not every site has a picnic table. Has community fire rings. We were the only popup in the park. It's occupants were mainly big 5th wheels and class A motor homes. Our stay was pleasant but we did hear the train about every 3 hours. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This campground was a real pleasure to stay at. Easy access from interstate and great pull thru level sites. They also have a wonderful dog run which is big and grassy. We stayed an extra night because it was nice and clean and peaceful. Highly recommend this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$33 for 30 amp service, $35 for 50 amp service. Discount available for 10 or more units. They have a nice rally room with a kitchen. We were there 5 days as part of an Escapee Rally. The dog run is fantastic and large. El Mazatian is a good Mexican restaurant several blocks from the park. Very reasonable prices and they were willing to set up a large table for our group. The train did not bother us since we leave the fan running on our A/C unit full time. The host and owners were all very nice and went out of their way to be sure our group had everything we needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Perfect for an overnight stop: not far off the interstate yet we couldn't hear traffic. Has pull through spots, nice owners. Appeared to be a good location for the spending a few days to see the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained park. Most all the sites are pull thru. Roads and sites are very level gravel. There is a nice little room with some exercise equipment that we took advantage of. We were down at the farthest end of park and got great Wi-Fi reception. Pretty much all the sites are unshaded, but we were here just as the weather changed for the cooler. The No sun bright street lights but you feel very safe and secure. The only drawback are the ever present trains...but we are OK with them by now. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Big rig friendly. Fenced dog run for leash free fun. Level gravel sites with plenty of grass and picnic tables. Stayed here while touring caves and the corvette assembly plant. Friendly, helpful owners. Clean restrooms and laundry. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was very friendly. WiFi was excellent along with the cable TV. Grounds were very clean and well kept. Roads are well graveled and level sites. Pet area was excellent as it is fenced in and you can turn your dog loose. Only down side was the train, the park is right on a busy railroad; however, they can't help that. I didn't see a playground for kids nor a pool. I would stay again and would recommend it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Big rig friendly RV park with easy access to I-65 and close to Mammoth Cave National Park and Bowling Green KY. Gravel roads with level gravel pads. Nice landscaping. Some small trees. Plenty of room between sites. Exercise room and arcade. Kid related entertainment nearby, although saw no small kids in the park. This is a very very clean adult oriented park with a friendly staff. Very good, grassy, large and fenced dog run. We would stay here again for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our second stay at this campground, and unfortunately we have to rate it lower this time around. We love the level, pull-through sites, good water pressure, good WiFi, and large, grassy dog run. We knew about the train, and were glad for a site not too close to it. The unfortunate issue is that we did not get much rest at night because our surge protector over/under voltage sensor tripped several times between midnight and 1 AM. No storms or anything like that. We finally shut off power to the RV, not knowing what was going on, and tried to sleep with the windows open (unsuccessfully, due to the train). Power levels read OK during the day, but something was happening at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed overnight while traveling. Everything was super clean: the sites, laundry, bathroom, showers. The owner has mowed a path to give easy walking access to nearby restaurants, a nice touch! Our $30.90 rate was for 50 amp service with 15% discount. Sites are large and pull through, very easy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were here a week: reason is once you sign in, you can not get a refund. And they do not tell you all the rules until you sign. We had no longer got settled when a train came ripping through just one row from us. Did not see tracks. It comes every hour at least, some times more: busy place. We also asked for a lot with the biggest tree, none are big so we got a lot with no tree. Apparently the owner is not on location and no changes can be made. It is easy in and out and good location for spending time at area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If visiting Mammoth Cave this park is perfect. Easy access off the interstate and close to the park entrance. Big rig friendly with easy access within the park. Nice large sites with plenty of room between camp sites. Excellent power, water and sewer hookups. Our Verizon air card worked well so we didn't use the campground Wi-Fi service. The bath and shower facilities were excellent and so clean, you could perform surgery with no fear of infection. Absolutely the cleanest I've ever seen. Owners were helpful too. We checked out several other campgrounds in the area and this one is by far the best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park about fifteen minutes from Mammoth Cave National Park. The owners are very friendly and accommodating. Our site was spacious. There is some noise form the interstate and a nearby train, but it was not a problem. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the nicest CG's we have ever stayed in. Beautiful location not far from Mammoth Caves NP. Excellent rest rooms and the owner and staff very friendly. We stayed here five nights and wish we could have stayed longer. Only thing missing is a pool. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Access is fantastic off of HWY. Everything was well groomed and cared for. A beautiful sight for the road weary. After hours arrival was clear and most helpful ever. Restrooms and showers are truly finest and cleanest we've experienced anywhere. Wish there was a pool and shade - we would have to give it a 10 if so. We wouldn't stay anywhere else if we come through again. Absolutely sublime. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice and clean campground. Flat and very good for big rigs. Two reasons why we would not give it a higher rating. First, there was no pool. It is hot in July and we have children. Second, there is not even a playground. I understand that not every campground is built for children (hence no pool), but I do think there should be a play area, regardless. Owners are great and wonderful people. We would stay here again, if we leave the kids home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park, but a little noisy when the trains came through. Also there is not much to do in the area. We would probably stay here again if we were passing through on our way to somewhere else. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The owners are two of the nicest owners that we have met. The campground is clean, the sites are wide and long. Excellent campground, would definitely stay here again. As others have stated there are trains, but we did not hear them at night. Either we were sleeping soundly or the trains were not running during the night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very clean. The staff was very helpful and friendly. It is very convenient to local attractions yet close to the freeway. The only down side for me was no swimming pool. Great place that I would stay at again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park as others have said. Our rate reflects the weekly rate. Would have rated it higher but there's no pool, and if you stay in the rear area of the park you will hear the trains all day and night! There is some noise from I-65 but not bad. Great owners, sites are very neat and level. Plenty to do in the area, all within 35 miles from the CG. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground as other reviewers have said. Friendly & helpful staff, level sites & plenty long enough for big rigs, a wonderful fenced in dog run, great Wi-Fi. Train does run periodically behind the park through the day & night but not a big issue for us. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. Rate reflects GS discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Cave Country RV is a great place to stay if you visit this part of Kentucky. All the sites are pull through, and big rig friendly. Owner is extremely helpful and friendly. Sites are level, WiFi has a strong single, and nice landscaping. Park is 4 years old. Will definitely stay here if we pass through this part of the country. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It's really hard to find anything wrong with this CG. It's very convenient to I-65 but no problem with road noise. The sites are long and level and easy to get in and out of. The owner is very friendly and has made a lot of improvements since we last were here, including putting in a dog run. There is a train track close but it wasn't a big issue. Another nice thing is that there are restaurants within walking distance so you don't have to unhook. Highly recommended if you are in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is convenient to interstate 65 and numerous attractions. Used as base site to explore Mammoth Cave, Corvette Museum, Abraham Lincoln's birthplace, Lost River, Schmidt Coca Cola, etc. It was very clean and well maintained. Was a bit noisy when the train whistle blows, but we adapted quickly. We would definitely come back, and recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here several times and enjoy it each time. The gravel sites are level and easy to park in. The showers and restrooms are very clean. Owner lives on site and is always helpful and cheerful. It is right off the highway for easy on and easy off and also close to all the caves. Several restaurants in the area are within walking distance. We will definitely continue to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very clean and comfortable campground. The staff was knowledgable and lived on the premises. There was good TV reception and excellent Wi-Fi connection. We'll definitely make this our home away from home. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This is a newer park and very nice. The sites were very large and level. Lots of young landscaping. Great for big rigs. Location is convenient to Mammoth Caves and Bowling Green. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only reason I didn't give it a 10 was because it didn't have concrete pads. This campground has manicured grassy areas between level fine gravel pull through sites with gravel driveways. They are pet-friendly and also have nice fenced-in grassy area for your pet to run. Sites are placed well apart and each has a young tree, and some have a campfire ring and a picnic table. These will accommodate the largest rigs. It is surrounded by corn fields, but less than a half mile walk to the Cracker Barrel restaurant. Mammoth Cave, the largest cave system in the world, is a quick 5 miles away. The are two halves with the office and a very small store, laundry and restrooms in the middle. We were in site 25 farthest away from the train tracks, but the trains were not that often and not obtrusive. The setting is a quiet rural setting, but several gas stations and fast food restaurants are a half mile away. We had Enterprise Car Rental in Glasgow, 8 miles away, deliver to our campsite a car for us at no extra charge. No pool and no playground makes this campground very attractive for some. Even after several days of rain, there were no mosquitoes or standing water and the sites and driveways had no problems. They offer 73 channels of cable TV including HBO. Sites offer a clear shot for satellite connections. Cell phone connectivity is excellent. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very pleasant surprise! We overnighted at this park and chose it based on the positive reviews here. The park appears to be newer and very well thought out. The sites all appear to be level and pull-through, which make it a fantastic overnight stop. The office staff was very friendly and led us to our site even though we could see it from the office (which was great since we'd had a long, rainy drive). Utilities were great, with good cable TV, open sites for satellite, and good Wi-Fi. While the landscaping is fairly new, it was very well-done. The park had one of the best pet walk areas we've encountered. All grass and quite large, with bags and trash can provided. There weren't even any bare spots, which was amazing. The only reason we had to take a point off was the train noise. If you have pets, you'll want to be closer to the pet walk but that puts you closer to the train. It doesn't blow the whistle late at night, but you can still hear the rumble. Of course the park can't move the train, but it is the one downside. We will definitely stay at this park again, and next time for more than an overnight so we can explore the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park looks fairly new, is very clean, has pull-through sites that are level and large enough to accommodate a big rig RV and tow vehicle. It is pet friendly, has a fenced grassy area for pets to be off-leash. It is very convenient to exit #53 on I-65, and is situated close to restaurants (Cracker Barrel, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Subway, Wendy’s), fuel stops and motels. We were able to get the free Wi-Fi and 70 cable TV channels at our RV site. The laundry area is very nice and clean with two large capacity washers and dryers. The restrooms and showers are in top-notch shape. All roads and sites in the park are gravel. Most sites have a picnic table and all sites have a good-sized area of grass separating the RV sites. The staff personnel were very friendly. Noise comes into the park from: 1) daily trains as they pass the park and blow their whistles at the road crossing one-half mile away on two active train tracks adjacent to the south side of the RV park, and 2) car and truck traffic from I-65 about a quarter of a mile north of the park and highway 90 next to the RV park. We stayed in the north end of the park and did not find the noise from the trains or the traffic to be overly disturbing. We would stay at the park again because it was very convenient, well maintained, and extremely clean, and all the staff were very friendly and courteous. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A clean and neat park: absolutely perfect as a jumping-off point to visit Mammoth Cave National Park. Near the Interstate: fuel and fast food and easy to find. We were a late arrival and the owners left clear instructions for us: placed us near the entrance and away from folks who were already here so we didn't disturb anyone as we arrived. The restrooms were clean. There is a railroad nearby and you may think the train is running through the campground. If you like trains, this is more of a plus. The only minus is they charge per-head: with 4 kids, our bill rose quickly. Overall a great place to overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
We chose this park because someone had said he would "shower there without shower shoes". Boy, he was absolutely correct. The bathroom shone so much I nearly needed to put on sunglasses. Very impressive! A nice quiet area and wonderful facilities for the dogs with the large fenced dog run. We would gladly stay here again and again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff was very nice at check-in. The sites are level and the campground is very clean. The big drawback is no shade. We ate at the local Tex-Mex and it was very good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Neatly maintained - all pull throughs - all gravel roads and sites. Friendly staff. Only negative was that a train travels nearby but noise wasn't sufficient to waken us. Would definitely stay here again. Spent three days here seeing the Mammoth Cave as well as playing golf in the area. Cave City is fairly small with a number of fast food locations. For access to larger stores (Wal-Mart, etc.) city of Glasgow is only about 8 miles distant. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The first item on my list is to check the bathrooms before we check into a campground. The bathroom was immaculate! It was so clean I would have felt comfortable not wearing shower shoes! We were checked in by a very friendly gentleman who I assumed was the owner. His wife guided us to the campsite, which was located next to the pavilion and across from the shower facilities. Our rig, is a motorcycle pulling a tent trailer, so they knew we would need their facilities. They also informed us that the weather forecast was for storms and steady rain for the next evening and the next day. That was the other reason that they put us on that site so we could use the pavilion. The next day, we actually met the owner who is an outstanding person. We did enjoy our one day of rainy weather by spending time in the office, talking to the owner playing checkers, reading, checking our e-mail (which we had access to at our campsite). If you are ever in Kentucky to see the Mammoth Cave National Park, I highly recommend spending several nights at this park. It certainly was our pleasure finding this treasure in Cave City. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Great park, would have given it a 10 if the streets & pads were hard surface. They were gravel but level and the pull thru sites were plenty long. Restrooms were immaculate. Laundry only had 2 washers and dryers. Close to plenty of eating places and Wal-Mart was 10 miles away in Glasgow. Management very friendly. This is the best park in the area. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fairly new campground. Fourth season. All pull through sites with gravel drives and pads. Very, very clean and well maintained. Definitely will stay here again. Best campground in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There was no picnic table at our site, plus we do prefer shaded sites. We were immediately next to the pavilion, so we used the tables there, however, had there been a private group using this area, we would not have had access to a table. The trees were young trees, so in the future this will not be an issue. Restroom and shower facilities were excellent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this campground. Even though it’s small, it has a lot to offer. The roads and sites are gravel and there is a lot of room between sites. The campground is immaculate and so are the bathrooms and the laundry room. You can eat off the floors. They even have a fitness room on site which is free. The staff is very friendly and they constantly ask if there is anything they can do for you. They guided us to our site and answered all our questions. The campground is close to the Mammoth Caves, Lincoln’s birthplace, and the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green (20 miles). Since we liked this campground, we extended our stay and drove an hour and a half to Louisville to visit the Louisville Slugger Museum, Churchill Downs, and the Kentucky Derby Museum. We would definitely come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a big rig friendly campground. Every site is pull through. My total length (5th wheel, scooter trailer and tow unit) is 59' and I still had room to unhook and was still withing my space. All spaces are level, front to back and side to side. Although near interstate and major highway, traffic noise was not noticeable. Clean and neat. No full time campers. Trash pick-up everyday at your site. RxR at rear but it stops running during the night and there is extremely little noise when it does go through. Within 20 mins of Mammoth Cave and 35 mins of Bowling Green and tons of shopping nearby. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at the Cave Country RV Campground over the 4th of July weekend. It was very clean, well kept, and a perfect base of operations for several side trips including; Mammoth Cave Park, Camping World in Bowling Green, Barren River State Park. The cable TV and wifi were top notch. The owner was very nice and appreciative. Landscaping was very nice. Dog run was well maintained and a big hit with the traveling K-9's and their owners. While this isn't necessarily a destination RV park it is great as a base of operation for several side trips, or a great, easy to access stop when traveling thru KY on I-65. The only reason I gave it a 9 instead of a 10 is I would've liked to of had some more mature trees, but that will take care of itself in time. If you have kids, there is a small go-cart track and arcade nearby that was a big hit with my 13 year old. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent one night here in a pull through site. Conveniently located to Mammoth Cave NP and easy access from the highway. Gravel interior roads and sites. Each site had a concrete patio area. Cable TV and Wi-Fi was great. Staff very friendly at check in and guided us to our site. Not a great deal to do here for children, but a good over night stop. If you are a light sleeper be aware of a railroad line behind the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, great people in the office, and owner on site. Only problem is the "fitness center." It's not useable...it's not air conditioned, and some of the few machines don't work. It was 86 degrees in the "fitness center." Should close it or make it usable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground must be fairly new because there aren't any large trees to shade the campsites. That would be the only thing to improve and it looks like they've planted some trees. The site was level, the hookups easy, and the people pleasant and helpful. The wireless internet went out about 10pm and didn't come back until the next morning. It wasn't a big deal, but it cut short our IM session with the kids back home. We stayed overnight and moved on, but there are lot of family activities in the immediate area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fairly new campground so trees are not mature--but everything else about this place was perfect!! Nice folks, clean sites, good laundry-but small, easy on and off the highway. Close to Mammoth Cave, Lincoln sites, the 400 mile yard sale, Bowling Green, Good shopping in Glasgow--10 miles away--lots to do--great place for kids to stay for a few days. WiFi was spotty--but fixed during our stay. There is a close railroad--but we didn't even hear the trains at night--occasionally you can hear a truck on the highway. we will stay here again on our way through Kentucky. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park provides easy access from I-65 and has nice pull through sites which are gravel and level. The park is well maintained and looks very appealing. Our only complaint was that there was essentially no Wi-Fi even though the park said this was available. The 30.80 was after application of discounts. This was high we felt. We were also blocked somehow and could not get our dome satellite to receive a signal. The park had an excellent cable system, however. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. We stayed here for a week and enjoyed in thoroughly. Laundry was neat and clean. The park appears to receive regular and timely maintenance. The owner checked us in and led us to our site. He was very helpful and courteous. We would definitely stay here again in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, clean campground. We did only an overnight stay but it appears to be close to many attractions and is easy on & off I-65. Several eateries within walking distance. Definitely would stay here again. Friendly, helpful staff with escort to site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very nice campground. We used it as an overnight stay because it is very convenient off I-65. Also a good base to visit Mammoth Cave National Park. Sites were level, clean with easy hookups. We intended to stay 1 night and stayed 2 nights when we decided to visit Mammoth National Park. I would give this a 10 but there is no pool. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice parking lot-type place, with gravel paving and grassy areas dividing the sites. The bathhouses were very clean. The light and fan come on automatically, so sometimes they shut off while you're in the shower. The free cable and wi-fi were excellent. The hosts are friendly. The game room/fitness room has ping-pong, pool, foosball, and high-quality stair machines and weight benches. It's pretty close to I-65 and train tracks, so it can be noisy from traffic. Lots of places to eat right nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is exactly what we expected. Long, level pull thru sites with full hookups. The dog walk was a nice addition for our 4 legged friends. The bathrooms were heated and very clean with plenty of hot water. The owner checked us in and offered a lot of good suggestions of what to see and do in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time here and we will definitely be back. Cleanest restrooms anywhere. The staff is very friendly and helpful. All large pull-thru sites. I'm sure children are welcome, but seemed more geared towards adults, since there wasn't a pool or playground. Beautifully landscaped. Nice laundry room. There's a picnic shelter and meeting room if you travel in a group. Game room. Also a fenced in area for your pet to run and have fun instead of being on a leash all the time. Plenty of room between the lots with grass and young trees. In the office, there's a small store that offers some essentials that you might need for your camping experience. Downside would be more sites would need a picnic table and fire rings. Also there's a train track nearby, so if you're a light sleeper and don't have your air running, you might get awaken during the night. But the positives way outweigh the negatives. It also offers cable and WiFi free of charge. Definitely a BIG 10 in my book! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and conveniently located park. Near interstate but very little noise from traffic or train. Owner was very attentive. Dog run was fun for our friends and spotless. Excellent park for stay visiting caves friends with good access to restaurants and interstate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is not child friendly. There is not a pool or playground. Picnic tables at each site would be nice (we had to move one from another site, which meant someone else would not have one) as well as fire rings. The availability of trash bins/dumpster would be nice, too. There are only 3 fire rings that I am aware of in the entire campground, individual campsite fire rings would be great. On the positive side, the campground is beautifully landscaped and clean. The WiFi service is one of the best we have had the opportunity to use. Conveniently located to all area attractions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy on and off from I-65. This park has large pull through sites. It was nice to not have to unhook our tow vehicle. Perfect satellite dish reception. We enjoyed the beautiful landscape and fountain. It was great to have a dog run too! The bath rooms and showers were spotless. The owner was very helpful directing us to all the local attractions. Can't wait till next year to see the proposed premium sites. We will definitely come here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is OK. staff is nice. Sites are level with decent separation. Might have rated it higher, except for train and road noise. Was terrible !! However, I am a light sleeper, my wife on the other hand, did not notice noise as much as I did. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is only a couple years old. New owner as of end of May. He was exceptionally nice and showed concern that everything was to our satisfaction. Long wide sites that are perfectly level. Good water and pressure. Strong, consistent power. Very convenient off/on I65, but far enough that road noise was not a problem. Even a nearby train track was not bothersome. Not a lot of amenities but then we never use the pools, volley ball nets, etc. that obviously you end up paying for. Makes a great "base camp" for exploring that area of Kentucky. They have a very nice looking group activity center & excellent pavilion so this probably would make an excellent place for a small group rally. I absolutely will stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived after the office closed. Our reservation had been made online therefore our check-in was easy and the paperwork, information and site assignment was in the drop box. Very easy. I agree with the statement that it is a very simple, basic park. It's quiet. Our view looked out onto a crop field. It's a great location for those who will be taking in the area attractions. It had the feeling of being a newer park. There aren't fire pits or campfire rings. There is one fire pit at the pavilion at the center of the campground. I do not have any complaints about this RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice "basic" park. Long level pull thru sites with good hook-ups. No amenities to speak of, not a "destination" park, but a great place to stay over while visiting all of the local sites and caves. New owner (as of May 2008) is very friendly and helpful and is constantly upgrading the park. Hopefully those trees will grow up quickly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park that attracts older campers. There are nice, easy pull thrus with full hookups. If your kids need a pool and playground, this probably isn't the place for you. We used the park as a base camp to explore the area with our 7 and 9 year old children. Our kids had fun at the campground even without the amenities. The bathrooms and laundry room are spotless. There is not a lot of shade. There is a some highway noise and train noise, but it didn't bother us. One note, though: The park has a new owner as of Memorial Day weekend. He is very nice and is working very hard to maintain and even improve the place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This a very nice and quiet park. Nicely landscaped and very clean. Clean restrooms and large showers. The large pull-thru level concrete sites are easy to get in and out of. The owner was very friendly and helpful. The campground is pet friendly and has a large dog walking area. The campground is close to Mammoth Cave National Park. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are all pull-thrus and are long and level. The cable TV offered for $1.50 extra is excellent and the reception was very good. The staff is friendly and helpful. You get escorted to your site. The park is well manicured and clean. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very clean and comfortable place to stay. The sites are long and level, and the utilities are conveniently located and lit at night. The showers and bathroom are cleaner than any other park we have ever seen! They offer Cable TV for an additional fee ($1.50) and, while it does offer many channels, the picture quality is very poor (very snowy). We stayed here in winter and the water lines were well protected in the freezing weather. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for five nights while my husband completed an assignment at Mammoth Cave National Park. The campground is small but immaculate, and thoughtfully landscaped. The sites are gravel with easy pull-thru access, and the owners are very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if we're in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a good park. Located close to Mammoth Cave. Easy access and gravel road and sites. Modern hook-ups, no shade or trees, looks like it was just landscaped will look nice when trees get bigger. Staff was helpful. It was not very crowded, but it was cold. Wireless internet was good. Sites also had picnic tables. We stayed 2 nights and have no complaints. Also had a Good Sams special for $9.95 instead of $19.95 if you signed up with through them...of course I signed up. I would stay at this park again. No frills but nice. They had a pavillion with picnic tables and campfire ring. I would recommend this park to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is new and very clean. All advertised services work great. BUT if you have a problem with highway noise or train noise, this is not the place for you. WiFi works great. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Staff was very friendly, and helpful as to things to see and do in the area. The site was gravel but level. Overall, the park was spotless. We will definitely stay here every time we pass through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners will knock their socks off for you. New, clean and neat, no trees, big spaces and good hookups. Close to the freeway for access north and south. A good Mexican joint nearby. Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new park only 1/2 mile off I-65. If you are looking for true 50amp, easy pull-throughs and a friendly staff, this is the park for you. The owner is very knowledgable about the surrounding areas as well. Though there are no trees and no pool, we will stay here again whether passing through the area or staying for some time. It's small, so during season you will want to call ahead. Great park if you are not traveling with children as there are no amenities for little ones. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a nice place to stop for an overnight. It is truly "big rig friendly", but it lacks kid friendly activity. No pool, no playground. The spaces are tight, there is a common "fire pit" and covered area for a group to meet, but no fire rings at the sites. The park is very new, so the trees are still saplings. There is a very active rail line along the back of the park, trains run about every twenty-two minutes, but the only time I heard a train whistle was when the deer were on the tracks. This seems to be a common activity in the early morning and early evening. WiFi is pretty consistent since the park is small, but the park admin do not know anything about how it works. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very convenient to exit 53 on I-65 in KY. Level, reasonably wide, sites with good voltage and water pressure. Friendly owner. Train tracks are very close to campground, and lots of trains during the day & night. Would return for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The grounds, bathrooms, laundry were pristine. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The RV Park is conveniently located to Mammoth Cave and many other attractions. There is a train and highway nearby but they did not bother us. I would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
New park with modern laundry room. Every thing very clean. Great access to Mammoth Cave NP. One word of caution on the Wi-fi here, there is something fishy in their setup. I did mention it to an owner but he seemed indifferent. Do not access any financial sites or sites that you do not want someone else seeing. If your PC is setup correctly you will see a popup box warning you about the 'security certificate ...'. This is what you see on TV news programs warning you on having your personnel information stolen. Beware. Other than that the Wi-Fi worked fine and I would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place to stay if visiting the Mammoth Cave area. Everything is brand new and works well. Wifi is free, Cable is a small additional fee (but includes HBO). Sites are reasonable, and angled so the views are of neighboring fields rather than neighboring RVs. Very friendly and helpful staff, giving advice and brochures on where to go and what to do. The only negative is the trains that go by. They're reasonably far from the sites, but not quiet either. If that won't bother you, then by all means this is a great place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Conveniently located. Very clean rest rooms and showers. New park and well landscaped. Recommend this park for visiting the caves in area. Had good pull thru with room for slides. Had good wifi also. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very nice a convenient park to Cave City. Not much for kids to do, but if you're looking for a nice, clean place to stay, this is it. Cable hookup/wifi available. This park is brand new, so there's not much grass yet and the trees are very small. Still, the best RV park in the Cave City area, hands down. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Brand new RV park right off I-65 at Mammoth Cave/Cave City Exit 53. Big sites with full hookups. It was easy to get in and out of our site as all sites were pull thrus. Very clean, modern facility. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful campground with tons of amenities. Waterslide, jumping pillow, 2 pools, splash pad area, mini golf, and more! More cabin options than I've ever seen before. We stayed only 1 night to visit Mammoth Cave. Campground is very hilly and our site was not level side-to-side. We had the largest pull-through spot in the campground (#86) and it wasn't very large. Thought we were close to the bathroom, but it was quite a hike and uphill all the way back. Most everyone had golf carts, very hard to get around otherwise (sign says "bike at your own risk"!). No designated dog park area. Nicely stocked camp store. Park seems more suited for small campers and tents, but would stay here again. Definitely a "destination campground" catering to families. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For what is suppose to be a resort type of campground, I can't give more than a 7. The campground was okay, but many of the sites were not level and small. I felt a little cramped here. The bathrooms were dated, but clean. If you have children, they will enjoy the activities and the pool. Short drive to Mammoth Cave. We would camp here again, but I'd want a site that is bigger with some shade. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I won't rate this park highly. It is primarily geared toward children and they do have a lot of activities for the kids. The sites are not so good. This campground has been around for years and is not designed for today's larger RVs. I had problems with tree branches scraping my roof on several of the streets. We were put on a gravel pull-through site at the bottom end of the park and it just left a lot to be desired. There was a tree on one side and a pole on the right. It was nearly impossible upon leaving to clear both of these. The water pressure was terrible and when taking a shower we had to rely on the pump in the motorhome to get enough pressure to rinse off. The power went out once. It came back on fairly quickly, but there was this moment when I thought I'd have to fire the generator as it was very hot outside. There are a LOT of bicyles and golf carts riding around. If you're looking for a peaceful campsite, this is not the place. If you're looking for a place where kids will be entertained constantly, you've probably found your place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is not bad, but could be much better. I asked for and was given a shaded site when I made reservations (thank you). The area around the office is congested and the addition of a new pool/additional cabins will only make the area worse. A child on a bicycle or walking will get hit. The pool and water slide both need some maintenance. Most if not all of the sites need to be leveled and have some gravel replaced on them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a wonderful park for children. There are numerous activities. The staff is friendly. There are a lot of local people camped in this park. My grandson loved the activities and the park itself is convenient to Mammoth Cave. The downside is this: the restrooms were very primitive. Showers were surprisingly primitive for such an expensive park with so many other amenities. We have camped for 45 years. My husband has never seen such a primitive and poorly maintained restroom for campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our site was excessively unlevel, to the point of not being able to level our trailer (side to side) even with numerous boards stacked under the wheels. Because it was so bad, getting it somewhat close took an excessive amount of time. Wi-Fi was spotty at best, but it was the 4th of July weekend and the park was full, likely causing an overload to their router. Mini-golf and pool usage were included in cost of stay, which was nice. Our child also loved meeting Yogi, Boo Boo, and Cindi Bears numerous times during our 4 day stay. We might stay there again, but not unless we hear that they improve the levelness of the sites and start updating the facilities (mini-golf, rest rooms), especially considering that this is a more expensive campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If your young and healthy it's an ok park but the pool, playground (had my grandchildren), miniature golf and gameroom are all far from your RV site along with hills all over making it difficult to walk and watch them. I do not believe there is a level site in park. (We are full timers so have been to a lot of places.) What's up with the sewer being higher than RV or your electric on one side and sewer on the another. Season ends on Labor Day so we were lucky the pool remained open (not heated) for one more week! It did have a nice laundry and the staff was friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an OK campground. We used it for a day and a half stay to see Mammoth Cave. They have a pool and a water slide. The slide was included for the guests which is a nice change. However they closed the pool twice in the middle of a 100 degree day because there was some thunder off in the distance. They stated that is their policy. The pool then reopens after there's no thunder for a half hour! It did not storm until 5 hours later when a separate storm rolled in. Although this time when they closed it again it was necessary as there was lightning. Everything else was OK. We didn`t use anything else outside as it was too hot! Otherwise it was an OK place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Well: it IS a nice park for kids. Activities are planned, although several times no one (guests) showed up. The pool and slide are nice. But: the sites are terribly unlevel, trash is strewn around, flies are a hazard, and there are no trees to speak of. We continuously blew the breaker on our 50 amp site. (We think it was because of the drier, but the generator could handle it.) The pool Is overly crowded because they sell admission to the locals. I would stay again, but would expect less than I did this time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped in site #36. We picked this campground because another we were considering did not have a pool and it was hot. That said we should have gone with the one without the pool. There is not too much nice to say about this campground for us. Good: had a slide but line was long and it was buggy outside so you were getting bit while waiting for turns. Pool: it was wet but so crowded you could not move and no one was following the rules of no jumping, no horseplay and (the scariest), no diving. It was close to Mammoth Cave, about 9 miles away and somewhat near Lincoln's Birthplace which was why we were here. We thought because we arrived late on a Sunday that most of the weekenders would be gone. Found out they leave on Mondays. There are lots of activities for parents to dump their children at so they can go to the pool or their sites to get drunk and rowdy themselves. There seemed to be no policing of any rules at this park. Golf carts are to be avoided because the drivers are not watching for kids, dogs or anyone walking on the paved roads. Sites were so unlevel we kept rolling out of our beds. We could not dump our tanks in a FHU site because the sewer was uphill of our RV and was over 30 ft away from our drain. There is no cable or TV stations available and the Wi-Fi sucked unless you were at the office, as we found out. Even our Verizon Mi-Fi would not get data at this park. Site was barely able to fit our MH and toad. Felt like we were hanging over the road and would be hit by a crazy driver. Water pressure was very low. There was no direction to the traffic in the park. All roads were 2 way but only wide enough for one vehicle at a time. Woe to the person driving through and meeting another RV in the center. Who will have to back up, especially uphill? On Monday morning some campers thought it would be fun play musical car alarms at 6:30 am to wake up entire campground. And most of all: the price was way too high. This has definitely solved our need to ever stay at another Jellystone in the future. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, not going to happen. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Showers were clean and even though the park is hilly the sites were fairly level. Our kids loved the activities. The fishing pond was just a mud hole but apparently they had to drain it last year and they are working on it. It just would have been nice to know in advance. The park is only about 5 miles from Mammoth Cave park. The area is very pretty and I would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We spent spring break here with another family that stayed in a cabin and had a wonderful time. The activities were fun for the kids and they loved the 'Hay hay hay' rides! The only down negative thing about the visit was the fact that the fishing pond was drained: we were told the week before that it would be available. Overall we did enjoy our stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camp here for Halloween weekends and it is a blast. The kids actually get to trick or treat at night and it is very safe. Lots of activities for kids. Summer weekends are nice, as well with the pool and waterslide. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is our third year staying here. They have a Halloween celebration that my kids really enjoy. The bath houses were clean. The grounds were well manicured. The camp office staff were very friendly. They have a nice putt putt course. This time of year the pool and water slide were closed, but they looked to be nice. Campsites are gravel. I did have to level the RV a little, but it was not bad. We had a site with water, electric, and sewer hook up. Of the 3 sites we have stayed in over the last 3 years, I liked this one the least. It is a bit pricey, but if you are traveling with kids, I'd highly recommend this park. There are many activities for the kids there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground and staff, perfect park for children and adults alike. We stayed two nights during mid-week, so it was not very crowded. Very few of the sites are level, so plan on leveling your rig. There are plenty of activities for children, Yogi characters available, putt-putt, pool and facilities clean. The Ranger station was very clean with helpful staff, plus stocked with many items you may have forgotten at home. There is a very cool water slide, the kids loved it; $8/day or $15 for entire stay. It is a nice place to visit and we plan to stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First time visitors for this park. Good campground location for area attractions. The campground itself offers a variety of sites and activities. The staff had an organized activities schedule. There was plenty of staff present through out the day. Quiet hours seemed to be enforced, or we were just lucky to have courteous neighbors. The pool area, bathrooms and other amenities seemed clean and well maintained. The WiFi worked well. As mentioned in another review, there were some trees but not on every site. The roads were a bit steep although that did not deter little kids on bikes. One of our dogs nearly was run down by a kid who couldn't steer or brake well enough coming downhill. We would use this campground again but on a less busy time of year. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you are camping here be prepared to level your unit. I don't believe there was a level sight in the park. Additionally, a lot of the park was not "functioning". The cable was out, the coin machine was broken in the laundry, there was allot of trash and debris in the play area, and the pool was clean but rough. On a better note. The people were very nice, the campground had a nice atmosphere, Yogi was out and about and available, and in all actuallity we had a good time. We did explore some of the other campgrounds and decided that when we are back in the area we will stay here again. There was one park very near that was nice, but did not offer the amenities for the children. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed 4 nights at the campground. The facility is a little older but was keep very clean. The owners seen to spend lot of time and money on the place based on the number of workers and time you saw them about. They had all the amenities you would expect for the Yogi title (pool, water slide, putt-putt, games, hayrides, etc.) They basically had a planned activity every hour for the children. Our 3 children (11,9,7) had a absolute ball while we there there. I would have given this place a 10 except for a few items. Some of the spots are a little short. Our 32' trailer had truck took up every inch of the site. Some of the spots could also use some leveling. I think we had to raise one side 6 inches and the back levelers were basically on the ground. Also some of the older trees have disappeared so some of the spots were completely out in the sun. These are minor items that didn't affect the quality of our stay, and this campground was the highlight of our trip to Mammoth Cave. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here over the July 4 holiday. They have a wonderful fire works show. The campground is a bit overcrowded and was very loud. We had to keep our fan running overnight to block out noise from other campers. We stayed till Monday and the campground cleared out on Sunday. It looks as though they are working on the campground. The area we were in is newly paved. They do have a lot of activity for the kids. The bathhouses were very nice and clean. We probably would not go back here because we mostly went to go to Mammoth Cave, but the park is not that bad, except the sites are a little to close behind you. It looks to be the best campground in the area. Also, they do not have cable tv as advertised on their website. They did refund our money for that. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I had booked this to stay for the 4th of July weekend. I was told site 100 was a great site, and the gentleman that I had talked to on the phone said he couldn't believe that it hadn't been booked yet as it was a large and very nice spot when I had originally called. I arrived on Thursday the 2nd of July with my mom. Everything at first went well with the check-in. As I started my drive through the park, I couldn't believe how old and dated that it looked for the price: $55 bucks? Seriously? Plus, you still have to pay another 8 dollars a day to use their waterslide. When we got to the site, we actually laughed out loud. It was tiny. Where you would step out from your RV, there was no landing whatsoever. It just rolled off down a hill, just terrible. I then used their Wi-Fi to find the other campgrounds in the area, hoping that some had availability this close to the 4th. I came across another campground which was more than half the price of this dump. Oh, the only reason I gave Jellystone a 2 was because they did fully refund my money, which I will say was decent of them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here for the first time in a pop-up camper. The site we were placed had zero shade.(I noticed that there is not much shade in this campground.) The bathrooms were kept clean. The pool was nice, although a bit crowded at times. The waterslide was broke, so they gave everyone free mini-golf, which my kids loved. The staff was so-so...lots of kids working there. A couple of them were very accommodating, a couple of them weren't. We may or may not stay here again, depending on whether we could obtain a spot w/ shade. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
We were on an electrical/water site (#16) in the middle of the park. There were many things for the kids to do around the park and it is very close to Mammoth Cave NP. Some of the facilities are a bit dated, but they are maintained quite well. The staff was very friendly. The waterslide was out of order during our stay, but the pool was nice and clean. I guess the only negative issue were the number of flys around the park. I think it may be indicative of the area as we saw them around town as well. We'll be back next time we come down to the caves. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
While this park was a bit dated and needed some repairs we found everything to be in working order. The number of things at the park for our grandson to do was the reason we choose it and we were not disappointed. The staff was very friendly and helped us in every way. The park was sold out but the size of the sites made it seem like it was not too crowded. We will be back when we can. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here over Easter. The interior roads were not in the best shape, but good enough for the kids to ride their bikes/scooters on. Our site was quite spacious. Not a very strict park when it comes to where you camp, my cousin turned his motorhome to face ours, no one had a problem with that. Sites are very unlevel, but not a problem if you have jacks. Very friendly & helpful staff. Lots to do in the park and the area. We had a great time and probably will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Decent park, lots of activities in the park even in April. Most of the access roads are gravel and some are washed out. We had trouble getting in and out of our site because of drop offs from the site to the access road. There were a few sites that would be big rig friendly, but most where not 35' friendly. Sites are also unlevel. We had to block up the rear tires quite a bit to keep from lifting them off the ground with the jacks. Decent park I suppose, just a few FYIs for you. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park staff very flexible with site location. We were never able to level the rig because sites are so uneven. Lots for kids to do. Horse and buggy rides available one night during our stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The campground was very clean -especially the bath house. There are many amenities available for kids, including mini golf, a game room, pavilion, and store. The only negative was that the sites were a little small (by our standards - we have a family of 6 so everything seems small!), and though the area where our TT was located was level, the site itself was very gravelly and sloped. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 3 / 10 ]
What a disappointment! We paid $35 for a place, even though there was an empty park, it was hard to find a level site. I don't know if it was only because it was the off season, but what a bad night of camping. The only plus was the nice people working the camp. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the second time we have stayed at this park. We brought our children for the Halloween celebration that the park hosts. There is something going on all through October. The children had a ball. There were lots of activities planned for the weekend. At almost every hour of the day there were activities planned. The shower houses are older and they do show their age but are clean and well kept. Sites are gravel with picnic tables and fire rings. We had a site with water, electric, and sewer hookup. There are 2 playgrounds that I saw for the children. A large one near the pavilion and a smaller one which we were right next to. We found this as a plus since we were traveling with 8 children. I would recommend this park to anyone that is traveling with children. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall this was a fairly nice campground. However the two things that stand out are that some of the sites are no very level and the price. $45 per night at the end of Sept, and the pool/water slide had already been closed. Too pricey for us, and we probably will stay at a different campground in that area on our next trip. The staff was very friendly and helpful and our youngest son enjoyed the hay ride and flag raising with Yogi. There is a small shop in the office to purchase gifts and some camping items. Bathhouses were clean and plenty of hot water was available. Campground was nice and clean. We enjoyed our stay, but like I stated above, too pricey, so we probably will not stay here again. Shame, too, as we liked the campground, just too expensive. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
For what it cost, it was not worth it. They did offer a lot for kids to do, but most things were an additional cost. We were not impressed with the campsites at all. They weren't level and needed mowing. Don't plan on going back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent a Wednesday thru Monday at this park to attend a family reunion. Half of our party stayed in RV's, the other half in the cabins they offer for rent. I am not impressed with this park at all. *The sites are not level.(4 inches to one side unlevel). *The power was constantly going off. *Sites were not attended to between departures and arrivals. *Flies were terrible. *We had numerous issues with the parks management in relation to the cabins rentals. *It was a very loud park. Much louder than the super campgrounds at Myrtle Beach. We won't be staying here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The bath houses were very clean. They were cleaned 3-4 times a day if not more. There were one or two older employees who were a little less than nice, but most of the others were nice and helpful. The kids loved the 300' water slide and the pool but I though the pool area could have been cleaner, and they should not allow food to be eaten in and around the pool. We bought the wrist bands for the unlimited slide and mini golf. The golf was good but only because it was included in the wristband if we paid $4.00 a person we wouldn't have done it. A golf cart rental is a must especially if you have any health issues since it seemed we had to literally walk up hill both to the pool and back to the camper! And I would recommend you renting the golf card when you reserve your site. The characters (Yogi and Boo Boo) were not very visible even though they were driven around the campground every night, they didn't make up each road so we were only able to catch one character. The Hey Hey Hey Ride was great fun for the kids and Yogi and the young man who was the sing-along leader were wonderful! If we ever find ourselves in the Cave City area again, we would probably stay there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We camp with 2 children and they had a ball at the park. Sites were nice. We camped in a water, electric, sewer site (W/E/S). There is a pool and water slide at this campground. Lots of activities planned for most weekends. I would recommend this campground to anyone with children. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice Park! Very helpful and friendly staff. Sites were a little tight, however it was a holiday weekend so a lot of camper's there. The kids really enjoyed the 300' waterslide and playgrounds. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have camped here many times. It is good for families because there are a lot of activities. The problem with the campground is that the sites are not level at all for the most part. The sites are very poor. The staff is very friendly. This campground is very overpriced. Not only are you going to pay about $50 a night to camp, you have to pay an extra $15 a kid for the waterslide. We will be camping down the road at the Army Corp. Parks that are more reasonable and very level. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground has some good attractions for children however the sites could be leveled and the sites could also been a little better kept. The staff was friendly and helpful. This is a good site if you are exploring the caves however not the best campsite to stay on property for your weekend or vacation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Facilities are in pretty rough shape. Our site didn't have grass, only dirt. Frankly, the only reason to stay here during the fall is for the kid's activities on the weekends, otherwise I'm sure there are better campgrounds. The game room is top notch. The Halloween weekends during October are second to none. This was our third trip for the Halloween weekends, and we had a blast again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is poorly kept. Grass is not cut and sites are not level. There is absolutely no adherence to any rules. Golf Carts are rented to anyone and kids drive them wildly at night. Quiet hours are not enforced. We were kept up all night and woken up at 6:30 am by campers who had no courtesy. We could not wait to get out of the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gravel roads, park looks old and in need of a little attention, but overall the kids had a blast. Nice playground and pool. Some activities throughout the day. Campground is very large so make sure you request a site near the pool/playground. We made our reservations 5 months in advance, even had a site#, but the site was given away when we arrived...ended up with a nice spot though, it was a lot of hassle after a long drive. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was the most over priced RV Park we have ever stayed at. The sites had gravel RV pads that were horribly un-level. The landscape was dismal, and there was almost no shade. I noticed a dozen or more trees throughout the park with no leaves on them, and we were there in Mid July. The utilities were in OK shape but were terribly positioned in relationship to my RV. I had to almost park the rear of my rig in the road so my sewer hose with extension would reach the sewer drop. The restrooms were clean, but no AC. There were 2 rest room buildings in the RV park, but in one of the buildings the men’s room was closed, out of order, the entire time we were there. In the only open men’s room in the park area, one of the 3 toilets was out of order the entire time we were there. The pool was large and very nice, but was always crowded. The park welcomed (for a fee) day visitors to use the water activities. The water slide was a big hit for my kids, but it cost an additional $6 per day, per kid, even though we were paying almost $45 per night. I would not recommend this park, and will not return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Simply overpriced. There is no comparison of the playground equipment to that of KY Horse Park. Neither are the sites. At $42 they should spend some money on maintenance. Much better price at a new constructed park on the other side of I-65. Its to new to be listed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here while visiting Mammoth Cave. Staff was very helpful as we were a late arrival on Thursday night. Sites were long enough for our 30' trailer and crew cab truck. I would recommend a pull through if you have a longer rig. Sewer and electric were placed well on site we had. Staff seemed very friendly and camp-store/lodge was stocked well considering how early in season it was. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great place to camp with the kids. Staff is very friendly and there was a lot to do. This is not a camp ground where you can really bring the bicycle as the topography is quite steep in places which makes it difficult to ride bikes. We really like the sites at the top of the hill near the store and pool area, the back section has gravel roads and sites which creates a lot of dust. We will definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a good time with our kids and their friends. No problems checking in. Staff was very friendly. Camp grounds are a little run down; roads are rough. Heard that the camp ground is under new management, seeing efforts to improve the operation but have a ways to go. Camp sites are not level. Our site was not close to being level. We had to use every leveling apparatus for the front and the trailer axles yet were still not level by a long shot so had to make do. The terrain was extremely hilly, not safe for kids to ride bicycles. Maneuverability was difficult but manageable entering the campsite and leaving. We were at the lowest part of the camp ground so driving up the hill was a small challenge when leaving and dumping (also at the lowest part of the camp ground). There were many planned activities for the kids that kept them busy day and night. They had a large pool, a kiddie pool, large slide (they charged $6.00 per person per day two days max—that is a lot for five kids), three nice playgrounds, putt putt golf, and basketball. Most camp sites were semi-shaded. Went to two bath houses of which both found acceptable. Biting bugs were a nuisance in the evening but not unmanageable. Daily rate included party of seven, water and electric. Rate is acceptable considering the effort in keeping the kids busy with planned activities. Can not level the camp ground but improvements on the road, efforts to level the camp sites and perhaps either take down the slide or charge a lot less will go a long ways making the camp ground highly recommended for the money. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I really feel sorry for the new owners of this park, because they have a nightmare on their hands! This was the worst campground we have ever been to, and we have been to hundreds of campgrounds. The only things positive I have to say are that the staff was very nice and I can tell they are trying to make improvements. Where to begin - 1. Horrible sites - uneven, dirty, and when it rained, we were a half foot under water! 2. Disgusting bathrooms! 3. Horrible playground. 4. The water slide (which is an extra cost) kept breaking down. 5. Maneuverability was difficult for larger trailers/RVs. 6. They advertised things they do not have. 7. Just an overall messy campground. Unfortunately there are not a lot a great campgrounds surrounding Mammoth Cave NP. I would rather stay in the National Park without water and sewage than stay here again! We travel in a travel trailer and have 2 small children. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a really good time here over Halloween with our 8 year old daughter. The camp is a little run down. The roads are rough and washed out. Most of the camp sites are not level. Some are not even close to level. That is however, the sort of thing an adult would notice. The staff was all very friendly and helpful. My daughter had a marvelous time. There were numerous activities, some were geared for younger kids, and some for older (karaoke). We will probably return here next halloween just for the activities offered for children, but not for the facilities. They are offering WiFi internet now, but our campsite was deep in a pit, and I could not get a strong enough signal to stay online. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great for kids, not for adults. Very uneaven gravel pull thrus. We tried 4 spots before finding one that we could level up our 38 foot MH. It looked like it has some really great cabins, but they were expensive, just like the RV sites. We thought we could probably stay in a local hotel for just about the same cost. Next time we go to Mammoth, we will find another place to stay. The campground has so much potential, I just hope that the owners level up the sites, add more gravel and make the roads in the park more user friendly for large rigs. Like I said, kids will love this place, lots of things for them to do, but adults with large rigs, beware!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good facility with a lot of shaded sites. I would have rated it higher if it weren't for the outrageously high price. They wanted to charge me another $2 for air conditioning. The pig was a little scary. Apparently it roams the park as a campground pet. Wasn't too keen about meeting it face to face and nose to nose unexpectedly while hooking up the sewer hose. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older park showing it's age. Comfort stations clean , reasonable shape , but dated. C/S are
also not air conditioned. Large shaded sites, campfires allowed. Rates are a little on the high side , but inline with other Jellystone Parks . They do charge extra if your MH has a/c. My biggest complaint , pool open to day campers. Bus load arrived from local church camp , taking over pool , making it impossible to enjoy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This park is great if you have children. I have a 6 year old son, who loved the 350ft
waterslide, tan they have children planned activities form 9am until 9pm. They also have a great diner on the property along with a petting zoo, fishing
lake and wonderful plyaground. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
[ 4 / 10 ]
Lots for children but for a couple, forget it. You are paying for lots of stuff you won't even look at. Worst, the owner was obsessed with not spending money for camper comfort. Showers were cold and they would not turn up water heaters. No soap in bathrooms and worst of all smoking was allowed in office and tv lounge as well as other areas. This is not family friendly in that respect. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
A very nice park. they had many acttivities for our kids with an organized recreation program. The restrooms were cleaned several times a day and in very good condition. some sites not level, but most can manage without too many problems. Very roomy sites. They have an excellent recreatiion program that keeps the kids busy most of the day. They have Karaoke on Saturday nights which the kids really loved. we had a very pleasing experience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 4 / 10 ]
If you've got young kids, they'll love it. But for the rest of use, stay away. First, the place is very run down, especially the so-called attractions such as their miniture golf course. The sites are mostly not level also, but they are spacious. My biggest problem was the noise. The Friday we were there they had a teen dance at the shelter that went on untill 11PM. The next night it was karoke untill 11. The worst was the bathrooms which were so filthy that the last day we packed and left without bathing. If you've got young kids, (3 to 12 years old) they'll have a nice time, but as a parent your going to suffer. We camped here in a camper.
Very nice CG. Sites are mostly gravel with lots of pull-throughs for those that don't back up well. Staff, very friendly and helpful with local restaurants and activities. Grassy sites with fire rings, restrooms and showers had some age, however serviced and maintained very well. Wi-Fi and antenna TV was very good. We live about 125 miles away and were traveling back home and will plan to revisit the area and would absolutely stay at Singing Hills CG again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I really liked this park. The owners were especially friendly and welcoming with an efficient check in service and a clear willingness to help if any issues were to arise. Although my rig is 63' long, I found it easy to get on to my site and easy to leave, too. This campground is not a high end paved road, concrete sited facility with all mod cons - but sometimes simpler is better and I certainly felt this was the case here. The campground is easy to find, well placed for local activities and had a general 'feel good' factor with friendly people (campers and RVers alike). The site is very green with nice sunsets, plenty of birds, a small catch and release pool, and a very friendly office moggy imaginatively (?) called 'CAT 1' - I never say any more cats while there! I would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice small family owned campground, there are several seasonal and worker owned RVs on site, but they are well maintained and kept tidy. Campground could use some work on interior roads but we've seen much worse during our nine years on the road. The rate reflects the Passport America discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Quiet, restful park. Spaces are gravel with grassy area, fire rings and shade. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Very close to Mammoth Cave Park. Easy access to I-65. Good for a one night layover or an extended stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our rate was based on Passport America rate. This was an interesting experience, with the sites looking quite level, but in all actuality were not. One of our front tires was off the ground and the same occurred with the two RVs next to us. The roads into the park are gravel as are the sites. Our site (#43), was full hookup. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Strange is that the neighbors sewer line runs next to our picnic table. There is a small fishing pond on site. The bath house is quite old and has shower curtains without stall doors for privacy. There is no laundry room. As a one night stop over, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used Passport America discount for our 5-day stay here. This is a great campground with very friendly owners and very nicely maintained grounds. The catch-and-release fishing pond is a big hit with the kids. Wi-Fi connection is good. The only con about this campground is no laundry facility, which is prohibited by the county ordinance. We will definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an RV campground and I rated it as such. It is well maintained and manicured. The Host was very helpful. The wifi worked perfect. The bathrooms were clean. The CG has rock roads and sites. As such they are not perfectly level. We leveled by using a 2x. Most sites have a tree. The area was quiet. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Accepts passport America so rate was discounted 50% for our two nites. Convenient to Mammoth Cave park. Wi-Fi works fine. Employees friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable of area attractions and businesses. Well maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice small very friendly park. We had the large circular pull through with full hook ups. No problems and the park is neat and clean. The owners are so friendly and helpful with directions. We extended an extra night. We enjoyed the cave tours at Mammoth Cave and there was a nice breeze most of the time. A small campground but plenty of room. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park with friendly owner. A couple miles off the highway so it's very quiet. It is clean and well graveled and even though they had heavy rain the day before we arrived, mud wasn't an issue. Utilities worked well including WIFI. No cable and while they list several channels available on the antenna, I could only get two. Showers are just a cinder block style that are clean but floor gets wet and I'm glad I brought my own bathmat. Some sites are a little unlevel but I did fine with my 25 foot trailer. If you have a big rig make sure you get into one of the larger, more level sites. They also have a free catch and release fishing pond but it was too cold and rainy for me to try my luck. Like geocaching? There is one just outside the park. I would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park off I-65. We stayed here as wanted to see cave area and visit Corvette factory. Called when we arrived as we were off course and had great response. When we arrived received all information on park. We have been travelling extensively in the past 3 years and this is the first park we stayed in that actually gave us information on in case of storm alerts. They had the county on the sheet as well as where to go in case of tornado, etc. Give them a 10 for that. Stayed for 3 nights on way home to Canada and would recommend anyone coming through this way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Owner was pleasant and helpful to find things needed in the area. Internet was free and fast. Location was very close to main attraction in the area and other services. We stayed here with two cats for two days, would come back again. Price reflects membership with Escapees and Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly hosts with all the basic services you will need to be comfortable. They say they don't waste your time with amenities because there is so much to do in the area. This is true. But the off-season really only offers the cave and that's about it! Still, the campground is simple but satisfactory. Passport America accepted. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very pleasant park with awesome owners. No laundry so 9/10. The park is older but everything is clean. They take Passport America and a discount for longer stays. The rate is the average we paid per night for a ten night stay. Easy off the interstate and close to Diamond Caverns and Mammoth Caverns. Better looking than some of the other RV parks in the area and definitely better rates. Would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for one night en route to Texas. Our hosts were extremely informative, very pleasant and helpful. They have a very nice, quiet, and clean park. Wi-Fi was great and we enjoyed our stay. They made us fell welcome. We will definitely be back next year on our way back down. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Absolutely a great park with great owners. The WiFi cannot be beat. The shower house is older, but the showers have been maintained and the room is very clean. Highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Very narrow entrance. Swing wide to get in, but once you're there you'll love it. Nice, quiet campground on the road to Mammoth Cave. Very friendly people. We had to put blocks under our front wheels, but after that we had no problem leveling. There's a little pond for catch and release fishing. Lots of caves in the area along with ziplines and canopy tours. In the summer, there are things around that can keep the kids interested: Dinosaur World, mini golf, etc. And Bowling Green is only 30 miles away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is PPA for two nights. They charge 3/4 regular rate for more nights. The owners are very friendly. They gave us brochures for the sights we wanted to see and information (including directions) for local attractions, stores and restaurants. The sites are gravel, long and fairly level. There is a large mowed field that would be great for games and a playground for kids. There is a bath house but I didn't go in. The owner walks the campground looking for anything that needs to be done. Their Wi-Fi worked, but dropped out occasionally. Verizon cell and MiFi data worked fine although it is an extended network. Satellite came in well. This isn't a resort, but as a campground it is top notch We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is PPA. Nice quiet park just outside the National Park. Good interior roads. Sites are gravel. Good 50amp power and good water pressure. Wi-Fi worked very well! Verizon is fair inside the park. Park is maintained very well. A fenced dog run would definitely enhance this park. As mentioned before, owners are very friendly. They really appreciate you as a guest here. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects PPA rate. This was a great campground for our family! Extremely close to Mammoth Cave, Dino World, etc. The owners are some of the nicest people we have met while full timing. The parking was easy with our large 5th wheel. We'd made last min reservations over Labor Day weekend and knew ahead of time we'd have to move sites while we were there from a pull-through to a back in because those were already booked for the holiday. The owner came and kindly helped us get it moved which was simple with the layout of the campground and where the hookups are, etc. they have worked to really get it laid out great for campers. Our children loved it here. Not fancy things just a great pond to catch and release, swings and some fun ladder ball games. Also open space for them to run around and just have a great time! All the other campers there at the time were wonderful too. Upon arrival we immediately received an invitation to worship with the owners which we did and were greeted as if we'd been there for years. Even my kids loved it. So much so when our rig broke down on the interstate shortly after we left, when GoodSam offered a close by campground with far more amenities, my kids chimed in and insisted we go back to Singing Hills!! It was just a great experience. We stayed there 11 days total and struggled to leave! Our 12 year old son even said he'd hoped the truck would break down again so we could stay longer. Ha Ha! We will go back to this campground! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Used Passport America to get rate. Owners are doing a great job of updating the campground. The sites were very good with gravel. Easy to maneuver through. Hookups well placed. There was a storm warning in the area that evening and the owners informed us where their storm shelter was. We would stay here again. Bathrooms and showers were nice and clean. Got our propane filled on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Like staying on a farm. Lots of open land, on road to Mammoth Cave. Sites are situated to conform to the lay of the land rather than a conventional strict grid system. PA park. Stayed in #5. Thirty amp, no sewer connection; but, very comfortable. Shaded much of the day. Owners are very polite and friendly. Would certainly stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access off of I-65; we camped here in a 40' motorhome and toad. We did not have to unhook. Stayed in site 7. Electric and water pressure were good. Gravel sites; Verizon cell and MiFi worked fine. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America rate. Very nice owners, friendly and helpful. Nice park close to Mammoth Cave N.P. everything worked as advertised. Nice country setting with a view of the pond on the property. We enjoyed our stay and would return here if in this area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night while traveling through. Easy access if you are going to Mammoth Caves which were great. It is just down the street, so perfect location. Very nice people - very friendly and helpful. We didn't do anything and there wasn't much at the campground. But the ease of pulling in, hooking up and nearness to the park were perfect for us. They do take Sams discount 10%. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Owner was extremely nice and works very hard around the campground. Our site, 37, was a nightmare. We arrived after a heavy rain fall, our site was at the base of a slope. Water ran down the slope from the field above the entire time we were there, it was a muddy mess. We needed 4" of blocks to level the picnic table at the most level location on the site, had to walk up hill to get to it. The site was isolated from the rest of the camp ground. When we stepped out we had a view of a rusted trailer to the right, a eye-sore part house part trailer to the left and a nice view of the dump station from the rear windows. The trailer/house was occupied by a family and every time we stepped outside they would ironically come out play guitar, fly kites, etc. very uncomfortable being parked right in front of someone's home. The park has a great location, very close to Mammoth Cave. I would stay here again, as long as it wasn't in the same site. Camped here in a 5th wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great little campground. Close to Caves and sights. Super nice, friendly staff. Would stay again for sure. Passport America price for two nights and 25% off third night for our stay. Very quiet, calm atmosphere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not fancy, but full hookups. Easy access to and in the park with our larger size RV. Very quiet at night (no adjacent railroad tracks as is the case with other area RV parks), and just about the nicest owners we have found during our travels. We would certainly return and stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small park with a few seasonal campers. Owners are very nice and work hard to make everyone feel welcomed. Farm-like landscape with old buildings and horses in pasture. Our pull through site was very long and somewhat level. All utilities worked well. Wifi was good. The roads and sites are gravel and somewhat narrow for big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Three miles off I-65, easy to get to. Staff was VERY friendly and professional. Rate is Passport America. Pull-through full hookup site was long and good. Power, water, and sewer worked well. Limited trees so rooftop dish worked well. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well. Campground Wi-Fi was free and worked very well. Very good campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners are very friendly and took time to informed us of the area on our arrival. The location is great for exploring Mamonth Caves. Our site was very nice with shade tree and a nice view of the pond. No problem with the coach leveling itself and the internet was good. Park was basic but clean, would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
With PA we stayed here 9 nights and got an excellent deal. Location is great to visit many caverns and the Corvette museum. Wi-Fi was always very good and owners were helpful and friendly. There seemed to be only three seasonal campers and they kept their place in decent shape. Although we needed some extra boards, the leveling was not too bad. We will certainly come back again. Do not trust your GPS, call the office for directions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose this park for Passport America. Very pleasant, farm to campground. Office very engaged and helpful. No meeting room or clubhouse, if you need rain day escape. Not real level, not much pavement, restrooms not spacious, but very clean. Wifi okay. Good water. Very quiet and pleasant to walk around sites. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Agree with previous comment that the campground is a bit rough around the edges. The campground appears to have been built by running gravel roads over rolling terrain without any other excavation, so the sites are not very level. Most require boards and significant extension of jacks or landing gear. Passport America makes this a great bargain. Owners are very friendly. No problems for our 39' unit. Small pond with a fountain on site. No on-site laundry. Keep your fan running overnight unless you want to be awakened by a rooster at 4:17 am. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
High marks for great owners and value. CG is a work in progress since they have taken over. A bit rough around the edges in places. Sites are mostly gravel and stone, but some dirt spots are around that got muddy with the rain. We had a nice long not quite level pull through with 50 amp FHU's. TV via batwing was very good and Verizon cell and broadband good at 3G. No problem with train or road noise, a nice quiet location just down the road from Mammoth Caves NP. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pleasant country setting. They even have a pen of chickens. Convenient to Mammoth Cave. This is a Passport America park and the bargain of our 5 week trip. Family owned and operated. Nice people who invited us to church. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here while touring Mammoth Cave. The rate reflect Passport America. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The sites were sloped somewhat so we had to use blocks, plus it rained and the sites were dirt. Great inexpensive place to stay, only 5 miles from Mammoth Cave so very convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendliest campground personnel we have encountered anywhere. Campground is very quite, peaceful, fairly well maintained and the only water front spots are for small campers or tents facing a nice little fishing pond. Only a short drive to Mammoth Cave and Diamond Cave. Most sites are solid, level, well packed gravel but there a few grass sites for tents. Our overall rating is very good and we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a really nice campground. Not many extras, but it was clean and close to the interstate. We used this as an overnight stay. The interior roads and sites are gravel and mostly level. I would stay here again if I pass this way again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great RV Park. Well kept and quiet. Host and Hostess were very helpful and friendly. The type of folks you would want to have as neighbors. The bath house was dated but very clean. Site was level. We will return to this Park again. The entrance is a little tight for big rigs to turn into. The owner stated the state will not allow him to modify the entrance at this time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a fabulous time during our stay. Though some of the sites are very close together (we had to park behind our trailer if the neighbors had a fire), we had room for both slide outs and the awning. The sites are level and the campground is very clean. The owners will go out of their way to assist in any way that they can. The kids had fun fishing in the pond and playing on the swing set. Proximity to local attractions is fabulous, only about a 5 minute drive to anywhere we wanted to go. We will most certainly stay here again whenever we are in the area and highly recommend it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here while visiting Mammoth Cave Nat'l Park. The campground is smaller in size and located in a farm-like setting which made it feel cozy and quaint. The campground hosts were very friendly, helpful and accommodating, obviously caring a great deal that their patrons would enjoy their stay. The bath house was immaculate! We felt it was the perfect place to stay while in the Cave City area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We enjoyed our scheduled 1 month stay here so much we extended it to 2 months. Yes, the park is a bit older and a little rough around the edges but the owners are great and the few long term people there were all super nice. The free Wi-Fi was awesome and worked 99% of the time we were there. When it was down our Verizon Hotspot took up the slack. No laundry onsite but there is a decent one in Cave City that we used with no problems. Sites were gravel, and while ours was level, I did notice a few people that had to do some leveling on their rigs. The roads could be a little wider and the entrance was a little scary for me pulling in. Otherwise a nice little park that we will definitely return to if ever back in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 8 days, and rate reflects PA discount of 50% for first 2 days, 25% for the remainder of the stay. Very nice park. Restrooms were always immaculate. Extremely friendly owners who run the park single-handed. Park was having Wi-Fi trouble the first couple of days, but they worked hard at sorting things out, and thereafter, it worked perfectly, although slowed down during heavy traffic times. Water pressure was a steady 37psi; electric and sewer hookups worked perfectly. We were on site #29, which I think is the best in the park. Close to caves, but far enough from interstate that noise is not a problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects PPA rate. Great family owned campground that has been lovingly reconditioned over the past few years. Stayed here while visiting Mammoth Cave, only a few miles down the road. Quiet country setting, propane on site, great Wi-Fi included, and a very well stocked catch and release pond. Pretty level gravel sites, hookups all in good shape, wonderful friendly owners that went out of their way to act as tour guide with awesome tips when we made reservations. Would have happily stayed here a week. Would have given it a 10 except they don't have on site laundry, but suspect that will be coming along with the rest of their upgrades. Will stay again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived approx. 7:30 pm for a one night stay. I had booked ahead of time via email to confirm they could handle my 36' MH pulling a 26' enclosed trailer. They had a perfect spot for that instance. Basically a site with it's own loop. CG is somewhat small without fluff and perfect for someone who is looking for a quiet place to park either for the night or a few days vacation in the area. The staff was very friendly. I'd stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed staying here while we visited Mammoth Caves. The hosts were extremely helpful, very friendly and gave us a discount on the rate. The sites were large and my children enjoyed walking around the large grassy areas of the campground. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No amenities here, just a place to stay overnight very close to Mammoth Cave. This is an old, small campground. Rate reflects Passport America. We didn't have any trouble getting in with our 40 ft. motorhome, but driving back to site is a little tight, on a narrow gravel road. Owners are working hard to spruce up the campground and make improvements. They were VERY friendly and a delight to talk to. They really care about making your stay a pleasant one. We would stay here again. It's a rural, quiet campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great stopover near Cave City, Ky. Site 37 was huge, a great Direct TV spot and the Wi-Fi great. Gravel site but level. Just off 65: 2.5 miles at exit 53 going west. Gentlemen at office check in, offered suggestions on where to eat/things to see in area. We recommend the Mexican restaurant /El Mazatlan about 5 minutes from the campground. Looking at this as an annual stop on our snowbird trek each year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park about 2 miles off freeway, so quiet. Turn into park is tight. Roads and sites are gravel. Have nice grass between each site. Not a destination park, but a nice quiet place to relax while you see the nearby attractions. Power and water were good. Cell (AT&T) was weak, but usable. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice, clean and serene park. Small pond and quiet areas to relax (or work outside) near it and no mosquitoes - yippee! Clean and well-maintained although there was a barn area that could use a little work. Wi-fi was weak and slow without our repeater (we were near the end of the park). Verizon phones had good service and 3G (in extended network). Management was GREAT. So friendly, kind and actually cared about their visitors. Religious, but not at all pushy or evangelizing if that's not your thing. Seriously refreshing how personable they were. Close to Mammoth Caves but not many options for groceries nearby in Cave City. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice RV park. All the roads are gravel and the sites are gravel. Some leveling is needed on sites. Some sites are very close together and some are far apart. All sites seem to be easy to get into. Most are pull through. We got a good one. The one thing is the management here is great!!! They were actually glad to see us and it showed. I wish other owners/management was as good as this place. It is very close to Mammoth Cave. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pretty bare bones campground with super nice and helpful owners who live onsite. Gravel and grass. Bathhouse is somewhat on the "rustic" side but it was usually clean. Close to Mammouth Caves. Other than the caves, not much to do in the area unless your into go carts and zip line. Again, very nice owners and a very fair price (full hookup pullthrough site). It is what it is. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little park away from the Interstate. A little tight on entry but can be done if careful. Owner-manager is a very cordial fellow eager to please. Newer bath-house is well done and clean. Rate reflects Passport America Discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owner was super friendly and helpful. The utilities were great and we had a super campfire and cookout to end out busy day. We would definitely stay here again when visiting Mammoth. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place! Owners go out of there way to help. Very clean, very quiet. Very good Verizon cell/data. Most spots are good for satellite. Some creative leveling required on a few spots. All in all great place. Must see the Diamond Caverns, it is much better than Mammoth Cave NP. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good, basic campground for exploring the Mammoth Cave area. There is not a lot to do at the campground itself, but plenty to do in the area. The on-site owners are very nice, and provide a lot of useful information about the area. AT&T and Sprint cell phones worked well, and our Verizon Broadband was strong. The park also has a good Wi-Fi signal. Price reflect the PA discount of 50% for the first two nights. After that, they reduce the discount to 25%. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly management on property. Close to Mammoth Cave and other tourist attractions. Rated 7 because the sites were gravel and somewhat small and unlevel. Access to the campground and to many sites is close for big rigs. On a very positive side was the Wi-Fi which WORKED PERFECTLY at our site and was fast. The campground is about 2 1/2 miles west on Hwy 70 (narrow, two lane) from I-65. We stayed with our Escapees membership for 50% for 2 nights. Will definitely stay here again if on our route. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place to spend the night while traveling or as a base for site-seeing in the area. Good phone reception on Sprint and AT&T, park Wi-Fi has a great signal, all three TV networks available by antenna. Basic park, fishing allowed in pond, restrooms clean, but only plastic curtains on john stalls. Staff great and I'd stop here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Singing Hills is close to Mammoth Cave and other area attractions, but out far enough to be quiet. The campground is located on a farm with pond and water fowl. The bathhouse is old, but the owners are in the process of making improvements. To us it is the owners who keep us coming back. We will stay here again in the spring when we return to Michigan. Our rate is with the PA discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Although a park with average amenities, we gave this park an extra point for the friendliness of the owners and the Passport America rate. It's a very sharp right turn into the park, a bit sporty for a 40' pusher and tow, and after that, it's all gravel roads and sites. At check-in, the owners went out of their way to be helpful, to include giving us a card with their cell number to call if we needed anything. The park is in rolling hills, so finding a level site is a challenge, but ours was fairly level although the tow vehicle was on a slope. Hookups were good, and the free WiFi was steady and fairly strong. Verizon cell and Aircard also worked well. The park was fairly dark and very quiet at night, but this time of year it was fairly empty. The park is convenient to Mammoth Cave and other attractions, with plenty of restaurants and shopping at the interstate crossing. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second time we've stayed here and we were rather disappointed that the showers / restrooms were in desperate need of a cleaning. Black mold around the rubber mats in the showers and paint peeling from the ceiling and walls. Why?? The sites are mostly pull-throughs and fairly level, but some were muddy. A little gravel would go a long way. The campground is about 2 1/2 miles from the interstate, so there was no noise. Good over-the-air TV reception and good Wi-Fi until a storm went through and knocked it out. The price reflects a Passport America discount.. A "bare-bones" campground, for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Spent one night at this park on our travel south. Was pleasantly surprized at the friendly service and the easy pull through site. This park was very quiet. We checked in early, but as it got later in the afternoon it started to fill up with campers, mostly one-nighters. We would definitely stay at this park again whether for one night passing through or a couple nights to allow visiting the caves. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A no frills park with lots of trees and grass in a quiet rural setting 10 minutes from Mammoth Cave and Cave City. Lots of kid stuff in the immediate area outside the park if needed. We had no kids and no need for kid entertainment. A good point of departure for Mammoth Cave and surrounding environs. Easy well marked access from the highway with gravel interior roads. Gravel sites were not level and the "Bath House" was clean but old and "crusty". Could use some work. The fishing pond could use some work and had an "odor". The utilities were good and easily accessible-water, electric, sewer and Wi-Fi. Cell phone and Verizon Wi-Fi card worked fine. Owners were very friendly and helpful and are making improvements. Stayed 2 nights and would be back if visiting Mammoth Cave. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Basic, no frills, but very serviceable campground. Rate is Passport America. The owners are SUPER. We have never come across owners that are more friendly and helpful than these folks. These are the kind of people that should own a campground, so let's keep them in business. Our site was a pull through, 30amp, full hook ups. WiFi was free and we had a good signal. We used this campground one night as a stopover. We highly recommend this campground if visiting the Caves area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is located close to the Mammoth Cave National Park. The owners are friendly and helpful with information about the area. The sites were gravel and ours required the use of leveling blocks. It was quiet except for the 6 AM rooster crowing. The campground is set in a farm-like setting including a little pond with ducks. A number of sites did not have trees or shade, but it wasn't needed when we were there. There was TV via our antenna, Wi-Fi, and cell-phone coverage with AT&T and Verizon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are full-timers and are so glad to have found this park. It is a perfect place to stay and then do day trips around the area. The owners are very friendly and provided a list of how to find things like the post office, grocery stores, Wal-Mart, as well as the better restaurants. This park is quiet and we felt very safe camping here. We had a pull-through, 50 amp site that was level. They provide a fire ring and picnic table. I will recommend this RV park to others and will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you don't need a bunch of stuff for kids (pool, planned activities), this is the place to stay. Basic, no frills, but very serviceable campground. Rate is Passport America. The owners are SUPER. We are fulltimers, and have never come across owners that are more friendly and helpful than these folks. These are the kind of people that should own a campground, so let's keep them in business. Our site was a pull through, 50amp, full hook ups. Water pressure was only fair, power was good. WiFi was free and we had a good signal. There is a pond for fishing, but the ducks are afraid of the water (bass keep nipping at their feet) We will stay here again whenever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I loved this park. It gave me exactly what I needed. A place to rest and see the sights. The owners of this park are wonderful people and go out of their way to accommodate your needs. WiFi was excellent. They also prepared a sheet of local restaurants, grocery stores and attractions with directions. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small park close to local attractions. Owners were extremely friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is fast and had a good signal. No extras such as playgrounds, but a big field with a volleyball net was available. The bathrooms were clean, but as my 17 year old said: "Kind of ghetto." A little work would make this a great place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have to agree with the other posters. The owners are very nice and go out of their way to make you feel welcome. You just do not meet owners / managers this nice very often. Some sites are quite a bit out of level but nothing that some leveling blocks won't fix. Our site was a 30 amp so we had to be careful about what was run at the same time or it would pop. It may help to change the breaker and plug out. Water pressure at our site was 35 psi and a fairly good flow. There is a neat little catch and release pond that my grandson and I enjoyed. We will stay here again anytime we come this way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is PA rate. We liked it this year as much as last year when we stayed here. Close to town; lots of geocaches in the area. Easy pull-through sites. Pond could use some cleaning up. Owners very helpful. I could not get wi-fi on my computer but my boyfriend got it on his quite well so I guess I just need a new computer! Used my Verizon card and did okay. I don't remember seeing a playground, but kids can fish in the pond (catch and release) and feed the ducks. You can borrow cane poles from the office. Plenty to do and see in the area. Definitely would recommend to others and will stay here again on our way south next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners are very helpful and friendly. It is a smaller park with grass/gravel sites but big rigs will not have a big problem getting in. Some sites are not very level, acceptable. Bathrooms are not fancy, but old and clean. This place was just fine for visiting the attractions in the area. If you enjoy a beer or liquor, come stocked up. This is a dry county and it is 30 miles to Bowling Green to buy liquor, but NOT on Sunday. We got the Passport America rate, and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for a total of 4 nights, we had a great time visiting the area. The owners were very helpful and friendly. The campground was quiet and in the country. We had a pull-through site with shade. I would recommend this campground to everyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Extremely nice owners. Very friendly, helpful and attentive. The owner even provided his cell phone number in case we needed to reach him during Easter morning church services! He would have it on vibrate so it wouldn't intrude on the others in his church. That is dedication to his camper's service above and beyond! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground is a couple of miles off of I-65 and conveniently located to Mammoth Cave. Quiet country setting. Rate reflects Passport America rate. Site was graveled. Catch and release pond. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owner was very friendly and helpful. The gravel site was level in the middle and long enough for our 34' motorhome and tow vehicle. The restrooms and showers are older but clean and well maintained. Our stay was for practical purposes not leisure. It is close to I-65 so it is easy to get to. We were here during a cold spell so we had frozen hose issues but the campground water worked fine. The $14 Passport America rate was a great deal for 30amp service and WiFi. The WiFi provided a very fast connection. It is a great place to stay if your going to area attractions. We will make sure to stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a fancy campground by any means but it served our purpose quite well. There is a pool but it wasn't open. The barn is a bit run-down and junky but there's a huge open field for games; the sites are wooded and even though the campground is not far from the highway, there isn't any noticeable road noise. This is not a destination campground but is an okay base camp to visit the sights in the area. We would stay here again if we're in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is conveniently located off the highway, but far enough away so that you don't hear any noise, and very close to Mammoth Cave NP. When we arrived we spoke to the owner and a "volunteer", both of whom were very nice and very helpful. They gave us a sheet with a list of local stores, restaurants, and attractions, and how to find them. Our site was gravel, reasonably level, and a pull through, which was nice, because the sites that others had to back into were on the small side. The Wi-Fi was excellent, very fast, and free. Although there is no cable, we did receive about 10 channels on the T.V. When we noticed our fire pit had no ring, we requested one, and minutes later had the ring, and the firewood to put in it! Very nice. Its a reasonably "no frills" campground- it has no laundry, no pool, and just a swing set or two for the kids. That suits us fine because its all we need but someone who wants to entertain kids should probably look elsewhere. We stayed here as members of Passport America, and they honored it for all 4 nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There is a very friendly proprietor who provided helpful information. Sites were all clean and well maintained with a small pond with stocked fish. I would definitely stay there if I return to this area. The Mammoth Caves are close by. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small, no frills campground convenient to Mammoth Cave National Park and the Interstate for people passing through. The sites are long enough, but not very wide, your neighbor is quite close. We paid $16.00 per night PA for full hook ups (50 amp) and the fastest Wi-Fi we have ever had in a campground. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good, quiet campground with very nice owner/staff. A little tight for larger RVs, but we managed, just be careful when you approach and make the turn in from the highway, little tight on that one. Site wasn't very level, but it was a good over nighter on Passport America. Pretty campground, just needs some updating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly management! Quiet older campground, gravel roads and sites, convenient for visiting Mammoth Cave. Rate reflects Escapees discount. We planned to stay only one night, but the place was so peaceful and pleasant that we extended another night. Owner obviously cares about campers and is working to upgrade. Restrooms are older but clean and serviceable. There is a small catch and release pond. We would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small, older park located very close to Mammoth Cave National Park. Sites are packed gravel and mostly level; many are pull-through and the hook-ups were in good working order. Lots of very large motorhomes and 5th wheels stayed here on what appeared to be a Fall migration to points south. There did not appear to be any permanent sites. The small pond was nice to look out over and we enjoyed almost everything about our stay. The exception was several barking dogs that seemed to go on for hours and a group of weekenders who came in Friday night and loudly debated every topic from sports to religion; the owners should monitor camp noise more closely. Other than a few noisy campers which may have been an anomaly, this is a friendly, relaxing place to stay when visiting the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for two nights. This campground is very convenient to the Mammoth Park Visitors Center. The owners live on the premises and are very friendly and helpful. The park has a catch & release pond, propane refills and free Wi-Fi to which we connected easily. Otherwise, this is a no-frills park. The sites have full hook-ups, are gravel, and most of them are pull-through. Most of the sites are used by transients. The owners, who acquired the campground two years ago, are gradually making improvements to the facility. The bathrooms, although freshly painted, are still dated and have curtains instead of doors for the shower stalls and toilets. The bathroom floors are concrete and uneven. There was a ‘permanent puddle’ inside the entrance to the mens’ facility. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has an average rating of almost 9 and I cannot account for such a high score unless points are added for the hospitality and friendliness of the owners. We stayed here because of the Passport America rate, the proximity to Mammoth Cave, and the high scores received on this website. Although the owners have done a lot to improve the campground, it still has the appearance of an old campground. Except for the occasional barking dog, the place was quiet. Free Wi-Fi was available and I was able to connect to the network but I could never get an Internet connection. I used my Verizon Air Card instead. Except for Wi-Fi, there are no amenities: just the basic services for camping. There is a small pond for catch-and-release fishing. The roads and sites are packed gravel and in good repair. The sites are level or have a modest incline. Some are big enough for the largest rigs. The bathhouse has a rundown appearance but it was clean. At the Passport America rate of $16, this campground is a bargain but I would not stay here if I had to pay the regular rate of $32. I would stay at Cave Country RV Campground instead. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground has undergone a huge transformation. The owners have performed a ton of work here and it is still a work in progress. It is a very nicely kept campground and is nice and quiet!!! The owners were VERY friendly and helpful. The male owner regularly walked through the campsites greeting and checking on quests. We really enjoyed our stay here, and will likely stay here again on a return trip to Mammoth cave area. The only thing that this campground really needs, is to remodel the bath houses. They are old and small. However, they are adequate and would do the job. We have a shower in our trailer, and did not use the bath houses. They have stocked the pond with bass and bluegill and our youngest son had a great time fishing. It is catch and release, but if you want to fish for keeps, a pay lake is right across the highway from Singing hills. All in all, we enjoyed our stay here, very nice and the price is right! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice smaller park with really friendly owners. Entrance is a bit aggressive in 40 ft with tow vehicle but not terrible. Swing wide. Nice size, full hook up 50 amps sites, but they need to be leveled a bit more most people were needing blocks to level. We got TV & Satellite, and Free WiFi at site. Very convenient to Mammoth Cave etc. Owners are on the right track with the improvements they are making. It was also only 16.00 per night at the passport rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Singing Hills Campground is a small, older park, but overall is well kept. The showers and restrooms did not have air-conditioning. Which was unpleasant in 90 plus degree weather. They were dated and the paint and fixtures were not appealing to the eyes, but they were exteremely clean and well maintained. The owners were very friendly and welcoming. The sites were close together, and some of the picnic tables, grills and fire-rings needed work. Singing Hills Campground is what I would call "no-frills", as there isn't much to do there but fish in the pond. That was OK with us though, as we were there to see the area attractions. I was very pleased with the price. Many other campgrounds, in a lot worse shape, charge twice what we paid. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very friendly owners. We only stayed one night but it was very nice. Very fast wifi wasw a nice change. We will definitely be back here. Lots for the grandkids to do nearby We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the second time we have stayed here. The owners are very friendly. the gravel roads are well drained as well as the sites. There had been some work done on the sewer recently and because of the rain there was some mud. But that will take care of itself soon. When we pass this way again we will definitely stay here. We stayed as Escapees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here using Passport America rates. What a nice experience. Friendly owners, full hook-up, and fast Wi-Fi, all for the best price around. Very convenient to Mammoth Cave National Park and other surrounding attractions. Interior roads are gravel and are well drained. The park is not the fanciest but makes up for it in nice amenities, friendly staff, great location, and price. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is one of the best overall campgrounds we have ever visited. The owners are extremely courteous and the park is well manicured. The pull-through sites are easy to access and most have full hook-ups. The bath house is spotless and the Wi-Fi screams. If you need to do some on-line banking and don’t want to use WI-Fi, there is a DSL line in the office for the campers use. We will definitely recommend this park to all of our camping friends. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Small campground area located west of I-65. Pull thru site great, full hook up including free WiFi. Gravel pull thru, grass area with picnic table, fire ring and small grill within site location. Small catch and release pond. Park personnel very pleasant and friendly. Came by and checked to make sure all was suitable for our visit. Not fancy but well worth the stop over. Would definitely stop again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate was Club rate. Overal a Nice Campground - nice to walk around park, lots of gravel for rain water run-off even with all the thunderstorms. Very friendly, helpful owner/manager. We liked the wider spacing between the sites than we had had at other campgrounds previous to coming in here. Close to the Mammoth Cave NPS where we were going. Will definitely return should we come to the area again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The owners were the nicest campground hosts we have ever met. The check in with the lady of the team was pleasant and friendly. The gentleman was working in the campground and came over to visit while we were setting up. The campground was a little rough around the edges. The owner was busy with his small bucket loader moving gravel around and leveling some rough spots. Much work needs to be done to make this a truly outstanding place and it looks like the owner is very busy working toward that goal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner was friendly and courteous. It was obvious that there has been a lot of work done as the web site indicates, showers/bathrooms were old but clean & functional. This place has a quiet and relaxing,family atmosphere, definitely, not a party zone. Close to Mammoth Cave and other places of interest. We would definitely recommend it, and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners were some of the nicest people I have ever met. Campground is spotless. All the utilities worked perfectly. Bathhouses were clean, although the shower heads were sort of funky! The owners are still working hard at major upgrades since purchasing the campground which was apparently very run-down. The campground is 5 minutes from Cave City and 5 minutes from Mammoth Cave National Park. If you are looking for a campground with crowds and a frenzy of activities, this is NOT the place for you. Quiet, peaceful, and the WiFi worked perfectly right at my picnic table. My wife and I took our 12 year old grandson and our dogs and we stayed 2 extra nights it was so outstanding. Highly recommended to anyone looking for a quiet, clean easily accessible campground near Mammoth Cave. Oh, and the price: With Good Sam discount, $25/ night. PS. there is NO swimming pool--it is filled in. We will stay there again when back in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our rate is a Passport America rate. It is easy to miss the park entrance. It would help if there were a sign before you get to the park. Also, if you use, GPS, it is wrong. The owner said he has been trying for a year to get GPS to change the mistake. Follow the directions in Passport America directory or call them. As already stated, the driveway is narrow. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Our sewer connection was right in front of where our neighbors were sitting outside. Also their firepit was right outside our window. They have put new rock in each site. It is very quiet at night. Wi-Fi is free and works very well. The owner is either putting in a new small pool or is fixing the one there. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport America campground. Good thing I called ahead as they have very limited long pull thrus. The entrance is tight but do-able. The campground is very quiet and the owners are fixing it up nicely. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As mentioned in previous posts, the new owners are trying very hard to improve this park. Literally tons of new rock has been put in. Biggest problem I see for this park is the entrance coming off the road. It is very narrow with a sizeable ditch on each side of the culvert. I would not want to enter this campground after dark. We camped here in a 40 foot motorhome so it shouldn't be as scary for smaller rigs. Once inside the park there is sufficient room for big rigs. It is very near Mammoth Cave National Park (2.5miles) which is why we came here. Our rate is based upon our Passport America membership. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice clean campground. The new owners are working hard to make it a better place. They are also very friendly and want to help make your stay more enjoyable. The small fish pond had just been stocked. Some of the sites are not real level so this can present a challenge. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Owners very friendly. Raining when we arrived, and the owner came out and told us to go ahead to our site and come back when the rain stop. Big pull through sites. easy to maneuver around the campground. easy access from I-65. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Passport America rate. Washrooms were closed for the season. OK spot for overnighting. We have a 38ft fifth wheel and it just fit in the spot but we didn't have any trouble getting in or out. Very nice elderly lady greeted us. Had no problem with setting up our satellite internet. Campground does need some work-broken tables, leaky water taps but the price was good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good location for the area, but limited number of sites. There are not enough sewer sites available, and it's a little pricey, but okay if you're passing through and need a place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here off-season at the end of November, 2005. The campground was nearly empty, very well maintained and quiet. Water, electric and sewer available. Getting past the registration area and into the campground was a little tight, but interior roads were fine. Campground is close to Mammoth Cave NP. Owner was friendly and helpful, providing good information on the local attractions. This is a Passport America park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America campground. Three miles to Mammoth Cave N.P. entrance and about 10 minutes away from the visitor center. Owned and manged by a very sweet elderly couple. Not much to look at from the road, old signs, dirt road, but the sites look over a pastoral field. Set back from the road so it's very quiet. Has a small stocked pond and a small pool with basketball hoop - great for kids, too small for adults. It's no 5 star resort but for $16 and full hook-ups this close to the National Park, it's a deal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Poor, poor and poor, Their ad reads, pull-thrus If you are a Motorhome contortionist, big rigs is a joke, dump station not working properly & clean, 30/50amps only 30amp working and had to use extension cord to reach, tables broken, grill, would not use in my dreams, rec room/shower and bath dirty not clean is an understatement. Campground not clean, management rude, uncaring and tried to not honor discounts or try to gouge for more money. We camped here in a Motorhome.