This is a nice campground. Three beach access points. Two that are board walks. The beach was amazing. The most pristine powdery white fine sand I have seen. Beach was not very crowded at all even though this cg was full. Brookgreen Gardens across the street was nice. 20 miles or so south of Myrtle Beach. We went up there one day and went out on one of the piers. (2nd street I think.) Looked at the beach: there was no way I would swim here after seeing the campgrounds beach. Take LOTS of bug repellent or the MOSQUITOS will pack you out of here!! We stayed a week and loved it, but used lots of 40% deet repellent (OFF didn't work), tiki bite fighter and Cutters candles.
We stayed here two nights, in a back-in site, as a weekend get away. The campground has only been open a few months so it was not very crowded at all. The owners and staff were very nice. The bathrooms are private rooms and very clean. The campground is mostly gravel right now but they have worked hard to make sure the gravel is smooth and level. They have plans to blacktop after everything has settled. They put sod on a lot of the sites I saw so we had nice grass. The pond seemed to have a lot of little fish in it. My son had a ball catching them but nothing big enough to keep. Heard there are bigger fish in there as well. I saw bluegill, large and small mouth bass. No shade trees, but they have planted some young trees. This campground is about 5 miles north of Georgetown. Interstate access is about 5 minutes away. I would guess that you could get to anything in Lexington in about a half an hour. Shopping. Kentucky horse park. Keeneland etc. We would stay here again.
This is one of the most beautiful campgrounds I've seen. If you like being in the woods. Sites are spread out and have plenty of woods/trees all around. Had a deer walk right through camp. Saw an albino squirrel. Had problems with some very rude neighbors the first night want sure who to call so I called the hotel which was next door and they helped me. The next day we had rangers and staff all day long riding through they took it very serious. Over all had a great weekend. The poor rating is because they have no water or electric hookups and the showers are a joke. You have to pay 2 dollars to shower for 10 minutes with no privacy in the men shower. Showers were generally run down and not very clean. We used battery on the trailer and stores on the way in and filled up the water tank. They did have a dump station with potable water at the entrance. I rated kind of high because I knew most of the facts before I went three big surprise was the bathrooms. Its one quarter of a mile from Mammoth Cave Visitor Center. The cave tours are excellent and lots of other stuff to do as well.
We came here for the weekend had a great time. There is a very nice disc golf course about 5 miles away in the Frankfort park at the end of Myrtle Ave. Campground is quiet. Staff is friendly. Bathrooms have been newly remodeled. Has nice playground. Canoe rentals about 7 miles away at Canoe Kentucky. There are 5 bourbon distilleries within about 30 miles. We had a very nice time.