I was traveling during everything shutting down, 2020, and feel lucky to have found this with lots of space between campers, all on gravel, and a pond and some long term people who seem to work there. Some families came and went the four days, and some overnight as they were headin to Canada, Massachusetts, and Texas. A small pond and field to walk or play on was a little wet when I came, dried out quickly, and another rain before I left Mar 26. There is a small number of items in the office for RVs and pop and ice cream. The proprietors want everyone to feel welcome and kids to have enough toys, fishin poles, and movies to borrow and return. I know I want to come back!
My family and I stayed here in a 34-foot travel trailer at the end of June. And it was hot! In the 90s. We were grateful for the large shade tree in front of our site and the full hook-ups to cool down our rolling home. The site was more than long enough for our TT and pick-up. The campground has about 40 sites that vary in size; some back-in, some pull thru. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. There is a large field in the back for group tent camping. A stocked, catch and release fishing pond with a fountain is next to the turnaround. The office sells snacks, drinks, ice cream, a decent selection of camping supplies, and a bunch of DVDs you can borrow. And let me tell you that the other reviews are true - the owners/operators are really the nicest people you will ever meet. They welcome you with genuine kindness, give you their cell phone numbers so you can reach them any time if you have a problem. They also give you written information/recommendations on the local services and attractions. And to top it all off, the prices are very affordable. So, yep. Highly recommend.
This camp ground is very quiet with super nice people running it. The bathrooms are extremely clean.This campground has a multitude of rules down to men cannot be seen not wearing a shirt, no cursing, no drinking but is a smoke free site. Also, it is housed next to a motorcycle clubhouse which can get loud at night. The tent sites for some reason, are on low ground while the RV sites have the high ground, potentially causing extremely wet tents.
Little campground tucked away in the hills near Cave City. Water and electric hookups. Super friendly couple running the place.
If you’re looking for a laidback place with wonderful people to deal with,this is it. Open year round too!
This campground is located just a few miles from Mammoth Cave. It is a small campground, but great for families. The owners are nice, friendly people who take great care of their park. The sites are water & electric only, but there is a dump station. There is a stock pond for kids to fish with bamboo poles that the park provides (catch & release only). We really enjoyed our 2 day stay.