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Baileys Point Campground didn’t disappoint! The sites are spacious with paved or gravel sites available, picnic tables, fire rings and clean restrooms. There are lake view sites and lake front sites. There are inlets where you can tie off your boats. The cell signals are good, we have Verizon! …
We spent a few days at Wax while heading home. It was quiet, even with all the boat traffic and kids. Lots are gravel and decent size. The area surrounds Lake Nolan, which is an added bonus. The water was warm and calm. It is off the beaten path and you are about 30 min from a grocery store, so…
Don’t expect anyone to greet you at the ranger station. It is unmanned. Sites have your parking pass clipped to the post. Gravel, mostly flat, pads with lots of shade trees. Very quiet. Sits on Lake Nolan, which is huge. Loved paddle boarding in the early morning before the boat traffic got going.…
Arrived June 7, 2021, stayed 3 nights. Basic, clean, peaceful setting.. stayed at site 31, and good space on one side between other campers. Nice tree lined areas. Very convenient for Mammoth Cave. Did not use the facilities on this trip. Would come again.
I like the pretty lots, that were mostly flat for camping. Siri so beautiful I will come back again and again!
Mammoth cave area is so beautiful - definitely take the tour through the caves and check out the history and the artists that are selling things all over the area.
Maybe you’re here to work coal, maybe you’re here to see the county John Prine wrote “Paradise” about, or maybe like us you’re just passing through. Standard parking lot style rv park near highway, but we’ll kept, clean rr/shower/laundry, decent playground, grass strips on which you should NOT…
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Campground was OK. 3 different loops with nicely spaced out shady sites. Really not much to do unless you're taking cave tours or hiking.
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Well maintained, beautiful setting. We had zero issues getting in and out but the hosts weren't available when we got there at 3. They left envelopes on the door with a map and receipt, so we got everything we needed to set up for the night.
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We came from Idaho to Tennessee in May for two weeks and this was our first campsite. We fell in love with peaceful walks along the river, watching the ducks and birds along with a few turtles 🐢. Coffee just hits you different when watching the sun shimmer on a glass lake. Bathrooms are very…
Great campground. Wooded and water sites available
Amazing View. Close to Mammoth Cave as well.
Decent facilities, well maintained. Sites are spacious with distance between. Short walk to visitor center/trailheads. Comes in handy if you need to queue up early for same-day cave tickets.
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A very nice, but very busy campground. This is a very well kept facility with game, pool, etc. it is extremely busy due to the proximity of Opryland. They stack them and rack them in here. Not a traditional campground, but a great home base to explore from.
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We camped here for 2 nights with our dogs. The campground has 4 loops. We were in the B loop. All the sites come with a stone bench and table and a fire pit with a cooking grate. The campsites provide a lot of shade, which is great in the summer month. They are not very private but spacious. Some…