Pull thru sites used to be two back in sites. Long enough but somewhat narrow. Over priced for the amenities provided. Many seasonal or permanent residents. WiFi was slow but free. Sat reception was fair. My Dish Traveler picked up 110 and 119 but not 129, so no HD. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owners friendly. We came in on a Sunday and called ahead. The office was closed but paperwork was left on the door for us. Very bare bones campground. The laundry room was clean and neat; did not use the bathrooms. No pool or any other amenities. Really should be $20 a night. I would have rated it higher if the price reflected the value. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and very quiet park. Extremely close to Louisville and in the "shopping district" so very close (5 min) to many varied eating and shopping establishments. However, despite the "we're glad you're here" sign welcoming us, there were "don't do this" and "don't do that" signs throughout the park. It is as if every time someone did something the owners didn't like, they put up a sign for it. We were charged $5 extra for each of the kids, even though one of them is 15 and one is 12 and neither of them are likely to damage anything. We are a nice quiet family so the stay was great. The woman that made our reservations was curt on the phone, but actually very nice in person. This park is great if you are quiet travelers. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
First off, since this is increasingly a swipe-the-plastic-only world for some people, note - Add-More only takes cash or checks, no credit cards, also no discounts. The office doesn't stock any RV supplies, groceries, ice, etc. However, it is located just off I-65 and only blocks away from a mega shopping center & endless strip mall and chain-restaurants. You could hear some traffic noise from I-65 depending upon which way the wind was blowing. Add-More was a well kept, clean, friendly, mostly shady RV park. The sites are gravel, mostly level, but narrow and close together. So can be crowded on a busy weekend, but the owners did try to leave empty sites between units on non-busy days. There are a number of seasonal residents sites, but all were a fairly quiet bunch. We had a W/E/S site and all worked good. WI-FI worked great at our site, and a large number of channels came in on antenna TV. Add-More's bathrooms were clean with lots of hot water and a laundry room. They do have a long list of rules and requirements that fills up the entire back of their campground map. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground would be a good stop-over point. Sites are very close together. The owners do make it a point to space units out so that you are not sitting right on top of each other, but basically this is a big gravel parking lot with trees. There are a lot of semi-permanent people staying here, probably local workers. It is quiet, I did not notice any road noise. Electric and water pressure are good. They are very picky about dogs. The owner told me she'd have to put me by the dog run because my dogs might bark and wake up the people who sleep during the day. Also, they have a two dog limit, less than 30 pounds. So, if you have a big dog, you won't get in. Campground is not cheap and they don't offer any discounts but to be fair they have a great location right off I-65 and close to almost any restaurant you can imagine, plus a Sam's Club and Walmart. Very convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Based on previous reviews we almost didn't stay here. Glad we changed our mind! Great location for activities in Louisville AND there is a Super WalMart with a Sam's nearby. WiFi was good; bathrooms were spacious and clean; site was gravel but level; sites are narrow but they offset the motorhomes whenever possible. When we checked in I was ill and the Manager told me where to find an Urgent Care facility. Then she checked on me the next day to make sure I had gotten help. We had a severe storm during our stay. The Manager made sure we knew we were in a weather alert and where the storm shelter was. We enjoyed our stay and would use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Interior roads and pads are gravel (ours 2" out of level). Sites were shaded with very tight spacing and no room for awning or table. There was traffic noise. The owners were very friendly and helpful on phone. We arrived around 8pm (office closed at 6pm) so our info was on the office door and we dropped cash/check in night box. This is a very weird setup - confusing at best. Site map seems to show 2 site numbers for each site, as though 2 campers could get in a single site (there was barely enough room for our 31'). Our site's water pipe was broken so we had to use the adjoining site's water. Electric was on the wrong side so we had to pull in opposite leaving the sewer connection near our front door. Location is 4 miles north of Louisville but this CG is only good for an overnight stop. We will not be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We needed a campground close to Louisville and from the website, this one seemed to fit the bill. However, there were so many rules that weren't listed on the website that this "campground" is little more than an RV storage facility. We've camped in tight sites before but this place is ridiculous. In the over night section most units cannot extend awnings as it would hit the rigs in the next site. A big thing is the bicycle rule. No bike riding!! I brought the kids bikes and they couldn't use them. There were hardly any picnic tables. My wife and I had to carry one from 6 site down to our site. We were lucky it was available. I like a campfire and guess what...no fire rings are provided. In fact fires are not allowed at all unless you have them in an enclosed fire container. I had to drive to Lowe's to spend $60 on that. Pet rule - 30lb or less. We have a small dog but even then, the dog could not be tied on a leash at our site. The only time the dog could be out of the RV is to walk him. They make no mention of these rules on the website. To be fair, there were some positives which is why I gave it a 2 and not 1. The Wi-Fi was free. Good thing b/c my kids had nothing to do - no playground and no biking. Why do they charge more for kids? What are they consuming? One other positive was the water pressure - very strong. I had to complain about the size of the site and they did work with us only because they were not full. On a busy weekend, we'd be staring at the side of another RV. If you want to store your RV for the weekend, sleep in it and nothing else. This place could work. It is RV storage...do not expect to camp. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We would echo what everyone else has said: just a very basic campground, mostly gravel. Does have a lot of trees. Bathhouse is closed in off-season. We did chat with the owner who was friendly enough. Lots of retail nearby! Good stop-over spot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is a regular stop for us. We have had several overnight stays and once spent a week here. This is a very old campground and there are NO amenities. But it is comfortable like an old glove. Every time we have been here the office staff has been very friendly and helpful. Sites are long and narrow, but they stagger the RV's so you don't feel like you are on top of each other. Of course, the fact that there is no other campground anywhere near Louisville has some influence. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have never written a review for a campground but I do read them. We almost passed this one by due to unfavorable reviews. There isn't much in the Louisville Metro area so we took a chance. It is an older park with basic amenities but they do have good Wi-Fi which was important to me. Conveniently located to many restaurants and shopping. We found all the hosts to be friendly and helpful. The sites are close but they seem to stagger rigs to give you more room. No cable but TV reception good (we have a digital box). Restrooms & laundry small but clean. A nice park for what it is. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a treed parking lot. Manager's act like they don't want to be there, and you are a hassle. So there is very little interaction with them except if they decide you are doing something they don't like. Not for families, sites are tight and don't ever park on the grass. The managers need a different job. No vacation like facilities. No playground, no walking paths, no pool, no nothing. Just really a place to stay on your way to the next place you go, unless you are working in the area. There are trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My reviews are always from a family friendly view as we full time for 4 small children. This campground is not family friendly at all. I thought that it may be a good alternative to the a KOA, but while it is cheaper, it is not as good for kids. The kids were not allowed to ride there bike. Manager cited liability reasons, when the electric pole behind trailer seemed ready to fall at any moment. Seriously?! There is nothing for kids to do here. I have not really found a decent campground close to Louisville yet. You have to stay about an hour outside the metro to get a good place to stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We chose this campground for one reason - location to downtown Louisville. My husband and I were in town to run the Derby Marathon and needed a campground which was as close to the start line as possible. This was perfect and really all we needed for this trip. We invited some fellow runners to join us for dinner and they commented it was nothing more than a glorified parking lot and I agree. There is a pond nearby which was fun to walk around with our dog, but no other scenery or other typical campground amenities. In fact, there were no campfires allowed, which is typically a deal-breaker for me (but again, it was all about the location this time). I found the manager to be condescending and unfriendly. While she was not rude or mean, she was visibly irritated by the fact that I had brought my dog with me into the office (despite no signage to the contrary). We would stay here again only to run the marathon again because location to the starting line is about the only thing this place has going for it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
OK overnight stop but expensive for what it is. We stopped here off season, so that meant self-check in. Had to search for water hookups under the hay and drive around a bit to figure out where overnighters were supposed to go. Interstate noise is fairly muted, good amenities nearby (Wal-Mart, Bass Pro shop, etc.), but when you check yourself in at night, it's a bit dodgey feeling. We opted not to try to figure out the bathhouse, but the WiFi worked fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good place to stay if visiting the Louisville area. Older park with basic amenities, and lots of shade. If you need satellite signal they will try to locate your rig so this is possible. Hosts are nice and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects us staying a Month. There are very friendly hosts. It features small sites, wooded, very clean and well maintained. Direct TV bridge available on some sites. Great wi-fi. Great urban location with every store imaginable, including Bass Pro, within 5 minutes. 10 minutes to downtown Louisville. Our site had a pretty view of pond. We would stay here again. There is also has fishing pond. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is over 50 years old, but well maintained and very clean. Electrical connections are on utility polls but power is good. The spaces are small but, for the most part, they place RV's so it does not feel crowded. There are lots of trees so you feel like you are in a park. But, of course, that limits satellite TV reception. We enjoyed our 8 nights here and will stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a very pet friendly campground. The camp hosts are very rude: the rules change from camper to camper. Every time we went to town, there would be a nasty note on our door when we returned home: very unprofessional. We will never stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very small spots - if we had neighbors beside us or behind us we would be physically touching. Overhead power lines should be run underground. 5 large speed bumps driving through the park - not a lot of fun in the RV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here only hours after a terrible storm hit the Louisville area downing many trees, knocking out electricity and almost paralyzing the city. We had called ahead not knowing what was in store and arrived after dark. The Manager walked us to the only site left that was not obstructed by fallen trees. None of this has anything to do with rating the park but I'm telling it as a way of saying Thanks to a real Gentleman who treated us royally during a crisis. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a dump. It's amazing to me that they charge $32.00 a night. I guess it's because they are so close to Louisville. We stayed one night. We stayed in Shepherdsville on our next visit to Louisville. The 15 mile drive to Louisville was all freeway so it went fast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is like a big gravel parking lot with hook-ups except for a few spots in the back with some grass. Very unfriendly for families. There is absolutely nothing for children to do, and they charge $3.00 per day extra for them. If you have an extra vehicle they also charge you 2.00 per day "storage" fee. They do not take charge cards, cash or check only. The web site shows a pretty pond for fishing, however it was all overgrown with weeds when we were there. As far as positives go, it is very easy to get to, a big new super-walmart is being built very close, and I felt very safe being there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.