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The campground is standard run of fair, pretty spacious & woodsy. THE CAVE IS VERY BIG AND COOL. Reserve the all day guided tour with crawling about in small spaces for the best experience. Make sure your boots have enough tread or you won't be allowed to do the tour!
This is the kind of campground you can take your kids, never leave the campground, and have fun for days. We went over a long weekend in October, with the point of the trip being to visit Mammoth Cave National Park. The campground had activities for the kids all day Friday and Sunday. We did arts and crafts, bingo, trick or treating, watched the golf cart parade, played on several of the different playgrounds, and putt putt golf.
The bathhouses were very clean, campstore is well stocked. This is a LARGE campground so renting a golf cart or bringing your bikes is recommended.
The only downside - it is expensive. We paid almost $100/night.
The park was beautiful and a packet was ready since we arrived after 7:00pm. Our fire pit was littered with trash. I notified the office the next morning however it was not cleaned during our stay.
I found this campground looking for a spot near mammoth cave National park. It’s about an hour away but just beautiful. The hosts were so nice, they called us before checking in to make sure we knew how to get there and to suggest a different site. They had a massive firewood bundle for $5.00! Our batteries to our air mattresses pump had died and they had extra. The bathrooms were clean, nice hot showers.
Great primitive sites. Very secluded. Water, dumpster toilet, table and fire ring. What else could you need. The sites were well maintained, I saw a few Rangers make the rounds cleaning up.
Lost of space to run around with the kids. Pretty view of the river. Sites 1-6 were pretty close together. I would have picked site 8 if I had to go again.
Easy drive back and forth from cave and trails to campsite.
We kayaked the Nolin and Green rivers. Both were very pretty! Recommend a trip on the Nolin.
We will definitely be back when more of the cave is open for tours after COVID.
Tons of space. Tons of things to do. Everyone has been so nice. Lots of things for the children to do. Awesome playgrounds. Will be back.
Lots of things to do inside the campground! We’ll definitely be back! Our area had lots of trees and well maintained sites!
Campground has several playgrounds, pools, water slides, and weekly activities!
We stayed at sites 27 and 28 - both pull through. Slightly uneven but otherwise sure was great!