This is a large campground and for its size was quiet! Bathrooms/shower houses were clean and nice. Campground store very nice and well stocked with all kinds of stuff. You can buy tickets here for Holiday world, and they are $5 discounted through the campground. Wi-Fi is fairly decent. Swimming pool in the park was very nice. Video game room for kids, games are pretty outdated, but ok for small kids. Shuttle available to Holiday World, but can be very crowded, so we just drove over to the park. Free parking and only a 2 minute trip there from the campground, so just drive over. There is golf cart rentals in the campground. The only problem with the campground while we were here, was that with all of the teenagers here for Holiday World, there was A LOT of traffic with the golf carts. Mostly teenagers, and they drive way too fast. We saw a bunch of near miss accidents while here, and would not let our 7 year old ride his bike because of the high golf cart traffic.
This campground is out in the middle of nowhere but it is a very nice campground. The sites are all large and spaced out nicely!! The bathhouses were very clean and modern!! No swimming area in the park, so unless you have a boat, you cannot go swimming. Other than that, nice campground!!
This park was nice and quiet and the campground hosts were very nice. Restrooms were clean, a couple were not usable due to renovation. The campsites in this campground are right on top of each other and some of them are very small. We stayed in site 31 and it was very tight. The actual site was very small width wise. Plenty of hot water in the showers and short drive to the beach area in St Andrews park. Overall is a nice park, I would have given it a higher rating if the campsites were a little larger and nicer. Some of them need some trimming of trees and brush. We might stay here again.
Nice campground. Very clean and well manicured. Swimming pool in the campground was very clean with a lifeguard on duty. Washing machines and dryers were available as well as soda and candy vending machines at the bath houses. Lodge has a restaurant with good food\buffet, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. No swimming beach, however there was a nice swimming hole just east of the boat launch. Follow the locals, lots of shoreline swimming in the lake. Pontoon boat rentals at the marina and off site private business rents ski boats and jet skis. Nice store at the campground and at the marina. The lodge also has a souvenir shop. Plenty of hiking/biking and horse riding trails. Also a cave on the park that can be explored. Nice state resort park overall.
Nice campground in one of Kentucky's State Resort parks. The campground is a nice, clean campground with mostly level parking spots. This campground is located on a hill though and is not a bike friendly campground. Most of the roads throughout the campground are pretty hilly. Some campsites are on a pretty good incline. Good TV and cell phone reception. Bath houses are nice and pretty clean, plenty of hot water. As with the KY resort parks, there is a lodge here with a nice restaurant. There is a pool at the lodge, but it is for lodge guests only. However nobody checks and campers can swim here. Laundry machines are available for use. Did not see any vending machines or payphone. There is a swimming beach a short drive from the campground on the park premises. Horse riding available as well. $18 per person for 45 minutes. Hiking and biking trails as well.
What a beautiful campground! This is by far the largest campground we have stayed in and it was super nice! The bathrooms/showers were very clean. Had TV reception via antennae. Swimming available at the lake which is not far from every campsite. Some campsites were very close to the water. It was very quiet and clean, and the campground host was awesome, as was the lady running the camp store! We absolutely loved this campground and plan a return trip very soon.
Small campground right by the lake. Sits on top of the ridge by the lake and there are woods between the campground and lake. So you cannot see the lake from the campground. Short drive down to beach area for swimming and the lake is great for fishing. Campground is clean, including the bathhouse. Nice playground. Washing machine and dryer available at the bathhouse. Out in the middle of nowhere, so make sure you bring everything you need.
A very nice State campground. We stayed in site 87 and it was very nice. All paved and easy to get into/out of. Trash dumpsters well away from any camp sites. Both shower houses were clean. Plenty of hot water for showers. Put-put golf was available. Staff was very friendly, as was the campground host. It's very quiet at night and we enjoyed this campground. Will stay here again.
Very nice state park. We enjoyed our stay here and will most likely return in the fall. The visitor center and museum were very neat and informative, our kids really enjoyed them. Lots of bones, fossils and primitive artifacts to check out. The actual campground was clean and very nice. The swimming pool was a great relief for the 90 degree heat and it was clean. The bath house was nice as well, and the showers had hot water!! The staff at the park was really friendly and park security regularly patrolled the campgrounds. Numerous playgrounds throughout the park and the hiking trails are kept very nicely groomed. A very family oriented campground, and the put-put golf was a hit with the kids as well.
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 stayed at the East campground in the B section. Overall a nice campground. The shower/bath house on the East side needs to be updated. There are only 2 toilets in the bathroom portion. The shower still uses solar to heat the water, and it is not very efficient. Luke warm showers at best. You can go to the west side of the river to the new bath house, however the showers were not designed very well. The changing portion is not divided from the shower and if your not careful, your clothes can get wet! We stayed here for 6 days and the only time we saw the camp host was when we checked in on day one. The park did get loud and rowdy, and no host anywhere to enforce the quiet times!!! No washing machine/dryer and no camp store. There is a small store adjacent to the campground, that is part of the local canoe rental. The bath/shower house should have been upgraded when the west side was added to the complex. No cell phone reception and no Wi-Fi and no TV station reception. Seems like I was asking people to slow down all week long as well. Don't know why it is so hard for people to follow posted speed limits in campgrounds. Children playing in the campgrounds and people flying down the roads, way faster than the posted speed limit!! Again, if the camp host would have been doing his job. All in all it is an average campsite. Could be a whole lot nicer with rule enforcement and some upgrades.
This campground is a little different. It is excellent for a night stop during a travel excursion. And this is what we used this one for. Other than that, a longer stay here would not be very fun. This campground shares land with a trailer park, so your neighbors are people living in mobile homes. There are no fire pits, so that means no campfires during your stay. The sites are right on top of each other. Our grass spot for lounging was about 10' wide. Our awning covered it nicely. However, good thing there was not another rig or trailer next to us, as our awning would have come close to touching it. Especially if the other rig had slide outs. Had to park the camper just right to get the awning and slide out due to the trees. The positive things were that the park was very quiet and the staff was very nice. The bathrooms and showers were clean, small but clean.
This is one of two campgrounds here in Natural Bridge State Park, and this one, in my opinion, is the nicer of the two. Especially for larger travel trailers and RV's. Whittleton is the other campground and is great for tent camping or pop-up or small travel trailers (under 20'). This campground is nice and quiet, and right along the banks of Middle Fork creek. Hence the campgrounds name. There is limited cell phone reception in this area, just like the whole Red River Gorge area. No TV reception unless you have a satellite,and no Wi-Fi. Some of the camp sites are small and crowded. The host was very nice and drove around the campground quite often. Clean campgrounds, and bath houses. Some of the sites are paved, and others are gravel and all are pretty level. Firewood can be bought at the check-in station. Lots of hiking to be done here in the gorge and this camp ground is nice and quiet to relax in once you come back from a hard day hiking the different trails! Payphone and washing machine/dryer at the bath house, along with 2 soda vending machines. No campground store. We enjoy this part of Kentucky and plan on staying here quite a bit this summer. Already made reservations to head back this month!
This campground is situated right on top of a ridge. When you park your camper, the back end is hanging over the edge of a very steep hill down into the woods!! We stayed here in 2008, and would not recommend it to anyone. If you are going to this area, either stay in Corbin KOA or just rent one of the cabins. The campground is very unlevel and dangerous if you forget to chock the wheels of your unit! We will not be staying here again!
This campground has to be the cleanest campground we have ever stayed in. Grounds were very well maintained, beautiful campsites, super friendly staff, campground police, bathhouses were very clean with plenty of hot water!!! Just an A+ all around. The price was good, and the only reason Im not giving it a 10, is there are some sites that are not very level. This could pose a problem for some campers. But we loved it and probably will stay here again in the future!!
We stayed in the Whittleton campground. It is a small campground, fairly well maintained. Quiet. The campsites can get soft and mushy during the spring months. Paved pad for unit, but all back in spots and not much maneuver room to back camper/rig into spot. If you plan on using the dump station, you better have a portable tank, as the dumpstation is across the creek. The bridge going across the creek is very narrow and could be hard to pull any unit across without dropping off into the creek. Could be bad. Some of the sites in the lower portion of the campground are bare dirt and get really muddy in the spring. The gorge area is the highlight of any trip down here. We go once a year and enjoy it.
Nice campground. Can get loud on weekends. Right next to Black river, great swimming and family fun. Playground nice. New addition on west side of black river, but not shady. The East side has plenty of shade. The west side not hard to get in and out of, but pulling in and out of the west side can be tricky with larger units. Hard turn coming off of K highway into entrance and downhill. Overall, nice campground for the money.
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.