This campground is right off 75, but you can’t hear or see the interstate. 260 sites, so large, but well laid out. Two large bathhouses, camp store, two playgrounds, basketball court, huge pool (real deep end). Horse park is connected, which you can go watch events, pond for fishing, museum, another playground and horses you can pay to ride. Sites are really level, should not need much to get level. Most sites have shade, lots of big trees. No full hookup, but water and 20/30/50. It can be busy, especially on weekends. Lots of golf carts, which is my only thing I do not like. Not real safe for kids to ride bikes on weekends. Stay here often.
No sewer or cable. Enjoy staying there and the place is very nice.
Plus…First let me start by saying the people who work at the campsite store are wonderful. The land is great, convenient set up. Minus…the cost is a bit more than what I normally pay. There is a booking fee not listed on the price boards. No port-a-potty around the primitive sites.
Over 250 full hookup sites, great shade, beautiful trees, good size lots, however, some are on a grade making leveling difficult. Electric and primitive sites available. Great for equestrian trailers, convenient location off Interstate and right next to Kentucky Horse Park. Bathhouse, game room, laundry, camp store available. Numerous playgrounds and basketball courts for the kiddos. Swimming pool and for the avid hikers a trail that takes you to downtown Lexington.
Always sites available. They have 260 sites with hookups. Additional electric primitive and acres of basic primitive. Nice central bathhouse, laundry, pool tennis and basketball courts and playground. Great campstore. On the grounds are the horse arena and stables you can walk around. Nice fishing lake with sidewalks. Our site had table firepit water and electric. Favorite sites 140 and 141 pull thru.
Much like the name says there are horses but this campground is much more than horses. I noticed that whenever I pulled in the campsites are large and spacious. Great for RVs or tent campers alike. I was very excited to stay in this area based on the location it’s self. This location is close to the Bourbon Trail and very close to Lexington it self and all of the activities that await you while there. Their local he is a mail which mills their own flower with a water wheel that still runs from the early 1900s. My site was Both level and grassy it made for a great night and despite the fact that the camp was pretty full it didn’t seem overly crowded.
Only water and electric. Dumpstations available. Sites are pave but rarely level front to rear. Next to horse park with many events thru the year. Close to Lexington and the Ark encounter. Lots to do and see.
Great location with tons of fun stuff to do on site and nearby. Shady and level sites all located near the well maintained bathhouses and other top notch facilities. Highly recommend visiting this campground.
It can accommodate all sizes of tv's and also tent campers. All types of hook-ups with well maintained road access.
The office/store is well stocked and the help is friendly. It is not far off of main highways and close to the Kentucky Horse Park.
Nice campground in Horse Country. Big sites and shade. Full hook ups. Close to a lot of resound shopping