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About Lago Linda
Set back almost a mile from the main road on its own private drive, Lago Linda Hideaway provides security and privacy for its campers in a gorgeous setting. The 35 Piney Woods and Lazy Oaks campsites (which can be reserved in advance) lie on ridge tops among groves of oak trees, allowing campers to spread out and enjoy as much privacy as they wish. All of these campsites are graveled and have electrical hookups. Each site has its own city water, picnic table, and fire ring. In addition, a large, grassy meadow provides ample overflow camping for tent and car campers, including a big, covered, cooking pavilion with electricity along with another covered area that provides additional shelter for a number of tents. Lago Linda Hideaway has a bathhouse with hot showers and flush toilets, as well as Broadband Internet access. Well-behaved children and dogs are welcome to this accommodating environment.
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Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Lago Linda is located in Kentucky
37.614 N
-83.774 W
Get Directions
Directions to Lago Linda Hideaway Take 1-64 east from Lexington to the Mountain Parkway. Go 33 miles to the Slade exit. Follow Hwy. 11 south for 15 miles. Turn right on Highway 498, travel 3 miles to Hwy 52. Turn right on 52 for 2 1/2 miles. Go left on Hwy 399 for 1/2 miles and Lago Linda is on the left. From Knoxville: Take I-75 to Exit 90, Hwy #52 to Irvine. Continue on #52 through Irvine and Ravenna. About 9 miles after Ravenna, turn right from #52 onto #399 and go .6 miles. Turn left into Lago Linda Hideaway property. Note: Google Maps and Mapquest have been reported to give incorrect directions. Please use the directions above.
2 Reviews of Lago Linda
Laid Back Campground, good for Climbers

Lago Linda's is located in the Red River Gorge area, which makes it a great location for rock climbers to camp at. It's about a 15 minute drive to Muir Valley. The campground has flush toilets and showers, although they aren't maintained the best. When we stayed there was one toilet in both the men's and women's restroom that was out of order. There is a nice cooking pavilion, drinking water on every site, and electric at the sites and pavilion. There's also an indoor game room/reading area with a small library and board games. The pond is pretty clean and nice for a quick swim after a day of climbing.

First to Review
secluded; open field options

Were able to stay here for a week, tho the campowners were out, thus only the open field camping was available. The individual sites looked nice, some were a little close clustered, others had nice space between them.Bunk houses, as well as covered tent camping areas.

Restrooms were clean. Wifi did not work (tho that was a problem with most of this area)