This is a peaceful place. Enjoy!
We camped there in July for my son's birthday party. We were near the restroom facilities which were very clean. The camping area was recently mowed. Plenty of parking for guests and tents. We were on the group campsite #7. Playground was close and perfect for everyone to go run and play. Reservations were easy and staff friendly.
Campground is laid in a great way allowing space between guests. when we arrived the grounds crew were cutting the grass and weed eating feet of me while trying to set camp. Yes, I understand it needs to be mowed but I don’t like rocks being shot at me. The bathrooms were cleaned once a day early afternoon. The middle shower in the men’s needs to be fixed, no water pressure. the camper lots are made with fine gravel. could use more shade around the camper sites. All-in-all good campground.
The best sites are in the back as they are more spaced out and have foliage separating them. The interior sites are super close together. If you have dogs, you will want space. If you can snag a site in the back, it’s worth the cost per night. There is a nice trail behind the primitive camping, and gives a good view at the top. If there were more sites and more space, we would be here all the time!
We pulled in here on a Sunday July night around 10pm. self checked ourselves in to a prImatIve sIte to grab a few hours of sleep. The next morning we showered and left. The bathhouse was clean and the park was quiet. worked for us on our way out east.
Visited multiple time. Decent place. Better if you have a boat ( or rent one at the marina across the lake) good access to the lake, gets busy in the summer. Stores in decent proximity off property. Can get loud at times. Rangers are strict but nice. Bath and shower houses are decent but not great
We stopped at this campground for two nights on our way down to Tennessee for the eclipse. Most of the sites were really big, and there was plenty of space and trees in between. We stayed at site P02, but I don't recommend that specific site. It was probably the worst site in the primitive camp, but I reserved it online in advance. It was far from flat, and the space provided for the picnic table was pretty much unusable. Just about every other site there looked amazing though. The primitive camp was close to the equestrian camp, and between to two campgrounds, there were only 25 sites. These 25 campsites share a bathhouse, which was very clean and quiet. This park also has an RV campground with 45 sites, but we never step foot in that part of the park.
Secluded primitive camping, clean facilities, friendly staff. Racoons were in the area. Shaded, plentey of tree cover. Had a great time, would like to go back.
Felt like we were the only people without a horse or a fishing pole! Great water for kayaking and beautiful sunsets.
Lots of raccoons in the area, so make sure your food is secure. Some of the sites are equestrian only, but they may give leeway. We reserved our primitive site ahead of time.
Good weekend trip from Louisville.
We camped here for three days in early August and used it as a "home base" while we explored Louisville (Louisville Slugger Factory, Churchill Downs, etc.), bourbon country, etc. We also fished one evening on Taylorsville Lake, though it was a drive from our campsite, so wish the campsites were closer to the lake!