Rate reflects Federal Senior Pass. Verizon signal is strong, both phone & wireless. We were able to get a shaded site that backed up near a clearing, so we got a Dish signal for TV. Our site was too small for a rig the size of ours, and the pine needles falling profusely were a nuisance. Roads are tight, but manageable. The water faucet at our site leaked, causing low water pressure in our rig. We reported it, but no repair. Nice, inexpensive laundry room. Our GPS brought us in on Hwy 90 and 127 from the south, which is very curvy, hilly and narrow. Be sure you stay on the Cumberland Parkway and come in from the north. You can't negotiate the turn off of 127 from the south with a bigger rig. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Many big rig sites. Ninety percent of sites are level and size stated on website. Large shade trees hamper cell, satellite, and TV service. A fishing paradise for trout below the Dam. Free access to trout hatchery. Excellent playground for small children. Water out of the dam is deep,cold and swift. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, well-maintained campsite. Some sites were rather close together though. NO CELLPHONE RECEPTION at this campsite (at least none for ATT/Cingular). We would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park wonderful view of river and dam. Water coming from dam made the camp ground a lot cooler, everyone was very friendly. Very shaded lots. Great trout fishing. Currently building a new section and those lots look like they are going to be really nice by next year. Will go back... We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our favorite campground in Kentucky. Sites are very large and table top level. Most sites are very long and spread out. Great view of Wolf Creek Dam. Many sites are designed for camper and a boat. Very popular among fishermen with Lake Cumberland on one side of the dam and the Cumberland River on the other side. Free tours of the Fish Hatchery are also available here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Just spent a wonderful weekend at this campground owned by the army corps of engineers. On one side of the dam is Lake Cumberland on the other side is the wolf creek for great fishing. On site is also the fish hatchery which is a free tour. The sites are very large and wooded. Most sites have a good distance between. Elec and water for $21 per night. Many of the sites are made for camping and parking your boat. Sites were all gravel with concrete pads, picnic tables, and lantern holders. Great place to get away to. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I have to disagree with the above post. We found this CG to be great. HUGE sites, enough for our 26' TT, Suburban tow vehicle AND a boat. Very shaded. I woke up every morning convinced it was cloudy out, but it wasn't. Next to Wolf Creek Dam by Lake Cumberland. Easy boat access and about 10 minutes away from Lure Lodge and the State Dock if you want to rent a boat. This is a great campground and we plan on returning. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Sites are too close together, no privacy at all. Vistors are charged $3.00 to get into the campground. No playgrounds are within the campground. Very hard to get a big rig in the sites, but it can be done. Only two bath houses and only one of them has laundry facilities. If you wait till evening to take a shower, you will probably be standing in line waiting. The smell of raw sewage is very bad at times. Sites are level and graveled, but no handicap sites are available. I won't be returning to this campground. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.