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Loved it. Visit all the time. Plenty of hiking, trails. Places with amazing views
The lake is just down the road from our campsite and there is a trailhead bathroom right at the boat ramp!
The campsite itself is pretty enclosed, but there is no fire pit or electrical access. It’s pretty simple and honestly it’s a really good set up! The campsite was small and perfect for just…
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Good size campground with both electric and non electric loops. Good number of sites. Generally in need of update. Playground was really rough. Lake provides some fun opportunities and rentals are available. Paducah is pretty close and has anything you could need.
Very nice campground. There is a small lake to fish in. Nice play ground for the kids. Also has many activities for the kids.
Will be going back, I really enjoyed it. The staff is very welcoming and friendly.
Most sites here are occupied by full time residents with very impressive setups. We were just passing through on our way from Denver to Myrtle Beach, but we were warmly welcomed by everyone we met for our one night stay. Kids enjoyed the playground and the reservoir is really beautiful. We wish the…
We stayed on the waterfront and hag electric and water hookups. The road in is one way and to dump you have to go all the way around and back towards tHe campsites. You pull back ou to the entrance from there. The access road to the site is very winding and somewhat narrow for a large rig. The…
Great backcountry backpacking. The huge rock formation area is packed but the backpack loop is amazing. Great views.
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Seemed like good spots near the lake but bugs were so bad in the dark when we arrived and decided not to stay. If you are camping make sure to get there before dark to set up.
This site is completely RV/mobile camping! It’s easy to access and well taken care of in means of landscaping, our site was also right next to the front and the store!
Our site included a picnic table, water access, electrical outlets and a fire pit. The lake is nearby and there is an access near…
*Heading back to campsite C had me a little confused because you drive through an area that looks more like permanent homes but once we found it, it was great!
Pirates Cove is a very nice RV park! The grounds had so many things for the family to do including a Basketball court, a very clean pool,…
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The older man in the office was kind and helpful. The facility allotted pets, sewer, water, and electric hook up. If had a few mature trees but mainly a place to catch-up before heading off again.
We stayed in camping spot #11. Although it wasnt very private, and very busy on a Tuesday, it did have a view of the water and was very close to the bathrooms and showers. The facilities were extremely clean and people were friendly. There are flushing toilets, hot showers, and new picnic tables…
We stayed as a larger group on a non-electric site. The sites were sort of close together but the trees still helped provide a sense of privacy. There were clean bathrooms with running water a short walk away, didn’t attempt to use the showers. We could easily walk to the trails and we went fishing…
Nice basic camp. Lots of shade rings a field which may also be camped on. $10 for 3 days. Walk to lake. Fire pit with grill, picnic tables, dump station. Was car camping and it was perfect for that. Wouldn’t call it back country at all. Permits available online.
Nice basic camp. Lots of shade rings a field which may also be camped on. $10 for 3 days. Walk to lake. Fire pit with drill, picnic tables, dump station. Was car camping and it was perfect for that. Permits available online.