I got here on a Saturday afternoon and campground was busy, but campground personnel was very helpful. I told them my needs and they let me go in and choose a campsite before registering. The campground was well maintained and the bathhouses were nice especially for a weekend. The dump sites were easy to access. Overall we enjoyed our stay and will be staying again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed 2 nights in the campground on site A9. It wasn't a shaded spot, but with our awning things were fine. Some of the sites were shaded. We were close to the volleyball and basketball courts which never got really loud. We were close to restrooms and showers which were really really clean! The only thing we didn't really like about it was that the sites were pretty close together and most of them were gravel not paved. We will be back! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Rate is an average of weekday/weekend rates and reflects AAA discount. We were in the H Loop -- pull through sites with 50amp plus water, but no sewer. The site was long but curved and a little difficult for our big rig to maneuver. Especially, with all the trees in the area,a tight curve at the end of the loop, and leaves covering the parking pad. The full hookup sites in the D loop would definitely have been better for us, but they were all reserved/full. Wi-Fi was available for a fee, but we did not use it. Halloween festivities were going on at the time which was great for the kids. A local "lion dog" roams the campground. He's very friendly, but intimidating to our dog. Overall it was a nice state park, and we would stay here again if we could get in the D loop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overall a decent park. It is sorta divided into 3 sections: Front-close to the entrance, middle-many of these have full hook-up, and back. The front section is W/E only. Sites seem kind of small and cramped together. Lots of trees in this area as well. We stayed in this section. Overall not bad, but I would've preferred the middle section. Many sites in the middle are W/E/S. Much bigger sites, seems more spread out, yet not as many trees. The back section seems to be older. Very small and unlevel W/E sites. It rained quite a bit while we were there and the water was standing in those sites, whereas the front and middle sites drained well. Check-in staff was pretty nice and very helpful when questions were asked. We'd recommend this campground as a good home base for people exploring the Cumberland Gap / Falls area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Camped here for 3 nights. Really like the camp grounds. There is stuff for kids to do - hiking trails and Putt Putt. We stayed in loop B and had partial shade most of the time. There is a pool that you can walk to but you have to pay to enter. We would camp here again. It was quite after 11 pm. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
I have always loved Levi Jackson as a park. My opinion changed very much after using the campground there however. There were two employees that worked at the park that entered our site & began debating over whether or not my husband & I were camped in the right area/parked in the right area. (The site #'s were very poorly marked & quite confusing.) I politely told them that we would be happy to move if they needed us to & inquired if we were in the wrong spot. They were extremely rude & would not even acknowledge that I was asking them a question. They completely disregarded the fact that I was even talking to them & walked all around our site looking at the hook-ups & talking between themselves & debating the areas. They continued to talk amongst themselves about about how we had to move because the spot was reserved the next night. They did this for about 5 minutes all the while never answering me when I tried to speak to them & talking on the phone to someone about our sites next occupants who were apparently traveling in what they seemed to think was an impressive RV by they way they talked. They were very snobby & acted as if we were "menial tent dwellers" while trying to cater to the next occupants. I was so turned off by their behavior. We own a RV & travel often. We were visiting family & decided to tent camp on this trip. We left the campground the next morning & do not plan on ever returning to Levi Jackson campground in tent or RV. We camped here in a Tent.
Not sure why I paid more than previous posters but we had a real nice paved, long pull through with full service and 50 amp. Huge sites, clean, well managed. Will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a large park that seemed quite busy. I'm sure reservations would be necessary in the summer. We were in area H and I would not recommend it. The sites are paved but are not level and are on an arc. The services are not consistent. Some sites have their own services, some sites share 1 service which has 1-30A and 1-50A service. Water services are the same. The other areas of the park are mostly back-in and are very nice sites. We would stay again but would reserve a site in area D We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a family friendly park. There are a lot for the kids to do. We made our reservations on the internet and it did not explain that different sites were available. We choose site H5 which was at the bottom of a hill. We had a major rain storm and we had a river running under our 5th wheel. We had nothing but mud around our RV. We are retired and were looking for a quiet site with grass and shade. We had shade but no grass and lots of kids. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park. Huge, level sites. Clean restrooms and showers. Probably very busy in season with lots to do for the kids. Verizon cell and Internet excellent. Rate reflects off-season electric/water hookup. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Camped here a couple of years ago: had a bad site then. Much better pull-through site this time, made reservations. Wish I had asked for sewer hookup. Lots of good looking sites along the right hand side coming into the park. Our site was paved and required minimal leveling. Be sure to thoroughly check out sites on the reservation web site as some are hard to level. Lots of trees at certain sites. Wasn't too crowded during our over night stay. Will go back again in the summer to check out the swimming pool: looked like it had a fun slide for the kids. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, nice amenities and friendly staff. Sites are not well laid out or marked. The pool staff treats you as though you are checking into Ft. Knox with regard to getting the "camper" discount. Be sure and take your receipt, the warden will not trust the fact that she just watched you walk up the trail from the campground as proof that you are camping! Make sure to dine at Mama Rosa's on the way into or out of the park, great Italian Beef Sandwiches!!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were late in reserving a site here and being Memorial Day weekend, we had to take whatever they had. We got there and the place was packed! Our site was extremely tight to get into. People complimented us on being able to get our 35' RV into the spot without hitting anything. Very unlevel, unpaved site. We were backed right up to campers behind and next to us. To be fair, there are better sites and we were able to snag one near the entrance the next day without incurring any extra charges. There are some nice pull through sites in the H section in area 2 and more private sites are in B section behind basketball court in area 1. Unfortunately the pool was closed when we were there. Our kids enjoyed mini golf course. Very family oriented campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good campground but not great. The weekend we stayed here they were having their annual "yard sale" so it was pretty packed. We stayed in the back of the campground on a corner lot so we had more room than most. There was just a small pad for our van so we had to pull back onto the grass to get to the electric and water. Some sites are VERY tight and the guy next to us dented his truck on a tree trying to back his 5th wheel in between trees. Our site was mostly unlevel and it took some extra work to get set up. We loved the pioneer village, however it is small and it is a self-guided tour. The mill is very beautiful and would be a great place to bring a picnic lunch. We played putt-putt (very nice course) and did a couple of trails. They also have a nice pool with a beach entrance and 2 water slides. The camp store is small, but you are just a few minutes from town to pick up anything else you need. I stayed here with my wife and 3 kids and would come back again in the summer when the pool is open. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall, I was pleased with Levi Jackson State Park. The campground was clean and well paved. We were in the last site in the B section and it wasn't level at all, but most of the other sites looked relatively level. Most sites are too close to one another but there are a few that are sort of isolated. The guy working at the gate was not very friendly, but maybe he was having a bad day. There is a small museum and a mill nearby. My kids enjoyed feeding the ducks at the mill. This campground has a lot of things for children to do. Will probably go back again if we can get a different site. Also, campground is pet friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Very crowded on Labor Day Weekend. Had to book site for 4 nights although we only planned on staying for 3 (told had to do this because of the Labor Day weekend). Wished it had sewer. Very tight roads. Directions on signs not very clear. We snagged our awning on a tree pulling into our site. $100 deductible! Bathrooms were clean, didn't use the shower facility, used the shower in the camper. Liked the Putt-Putt golf course. Trails are a bit hard to figure out, so we didn't do much hiking. Would rate it higher except for no sewer, hard to navigate roads. Also the dump station was packed, everyone leaving at the same time. Will probably stay at local state park next time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pretty park, but entrance is not scenic and is in the middle of town. Campsites varied greatly with respect to grade, size, and level. Some looked very low and might get soggy in rainy weather. Some sites were fine but faiirly narrow. A handful of sites near the office were level, large, and wide enough to accommodate slides and awnings with no problem. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a really nice campground. We stayed two nights during Easter weekend. Easy access off of I-75. The sites are spacious with a good sized grassy area between you and your neighbors. They have a large pool with water slide. The restrooms were clean, as was the whole park. This park has a lot of history associated with it. While we were there, the staff had a scavenger hunt for the adults and an Easter egg hunt for the children. I understand that they have a lot of events around Halloween, but it's hard to get a site then it's become so popular. We liked it so much, that we're going back this weekend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice campground. Tends to fill up on weekends. Hold events on holidays, so get there early for sites. Holloween is a must with planned activities. The only reason not to give higher rating is no sewer hookups. We camped here in a Motorhome.