Inexpensive, good overnight spot with long big rig sites. Easy to get to, easy in and out with full hookups. Only 2 miles south of Cumberland Parkway (exit 62) on US 127. (3142 S. US Hwy 127). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Absolutely the worst I have ever seen in every category. The sites were in need of grading so it was impossible to level the trailer. The facilities were very run down. It seemed that the camp is actually a trailer park for RV storage. There was nothing for kids to do that was not run down or broken, game room etc. We were told the local Marina owner also owned the KOA and used it for what amounts to a fishing camp.This place is a KOA in name only. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Lots uneven and utilities quite a ways in the rear. The clubhouse looked shabby and the restrooms underneath it were definitely not even useable. Others near office OK. Wi-Fi only available if you sit outside the office building. For travel-through campers such as we are, this park is definitely a challenge to find. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Enjoyed our section that was a long pull through, down from the other sites. Easy to get in and out of the campground and staff were very enjoyable. Some RVers looked to be long term, but were in a section to themselves. Would go again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park gets high score for being friendly, away from road noise, clean, well organized. One mile away (over the hill) is a marina that sits on beautiful Lake Cumberland. Fish, boat, swim all in one huge lake. We will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.