The camp ground can be tight when backing in but since there is one-lane with a hill in front and a stream in the back, The place is very nice. When I was there the sewer dump station was out of service and you had to use one in the other campground up the hill. That sewer dump faces against the incoming traffic. I found the bathrooms average from what I have seen at a state park. There were other campground sites that were blocked and out of service as well. I rate this as a five based on the few factors I have seen against what other amenities offered at similar KY State Parks. This campground has a lot of potential if these few things were taken care of.
I would recommend arriving early if you are arriving on a Sunday afternoon. The park is very nice and beautiful; it is moderately wooded, and I did not get any mosquito bites. I had site 179 which is a pull through. I could have fit 3-6 more trailers depending on how close I wanted them so the park had a roominess feel to it, and it did not seem that I was too close to my neighbors. There were a lot of racoons and bold squirrels, so I recommend keeping your food well hidden and secure. Being that there are no sewer hookups, I would recommend emptying before you start a full week of camping. They have a camping store to buy any last minute things that you, but if you need ice I would recommend the Publix near the interstate which is half price. I would also recommend getting a site not directly across from the bathrooms as there are bright lights on all night. All in all, it's a beautiful park and well worth the camping. I plan to go again next year, but this time I want to get water front. This place would be a 10 if there were sewer hook ups.