I have camped here in the spring and summer. This was my first trip in fall. The weather was wet and cold, but it couldn’t take away from the experience. The campsite that I was on was a double.(A30). It has electric, no water or sewage on the spot. We had 2 campers on the site with plenty of room. One is 37 ft and the other is 24 ft. There was plenty of downed trees to cut up. You should bring a bow saw. We also brought some wood. We were close to the water and trails. All of the teens that were with us had a ball(hiking, biking, basketball, and fishing). Sites are all clean and level and the bathrooms are clean.
Plenty to do. Hiking trails, horseback trails, beautiful fishing & boating lake. Large private sites. Hot showers , spotless restroom. You will love it. Come for a visit .red river gorge near by, Carter caves. Lots to do & see restaurants near by
We actually camped at Boat Gunnel which is a part of Twin Knobs Campground. We love this campground because it is a private area with 4 RV hookups and approximately 10 tent sites. You rent the entire place for $125 or $130 a night. It is close to the water. We left our boats down on the bank. You have a "private" restroom and shower house. Occasionally you will get a hiker or someone coming through the trails that will use it. The only reason that it didn't score perfect is that the showers need some attention. There was mud along side the blacktop path that led down to the fire pit that was full of mosquito larvae and smelled. Easy fix, but had to keep the kids and dogs away from it constantly. My sister took a nasty fall on the trail down to the waters edge and that would be an easy fix to make that trail a little smoother. I know we are camping, but with the price, it is actually glamping. We like this place because it is easy for my aging parents to come down and visit. Great, large shelter also.
lovely site, totally private, on the lake, but really inconvenient if you want water hookup.
You camp on rock sites so it drains great if it rains. The sites are kinda secluded from one another by tree and bush lines. Restrooms are clean and nice enough but water is heated by solar power. No playground on the twin knobs side of the lake. There is a camp store, beach and boat ramp.
Twin Knobs Campground
We stayed in the F loop on site F22 primitive camping. It had a short path to the lake, easy access for shore swimming or fishing. Great for kids and adults. Bathhouse was close and had private bathrooms/ showers.
We rented a pontoon boat from Scott's Creek Marina about 5 minutes away and had a great day on the lake. Be sure to stop into the Cave Run Bait Shop and ask them about Jiggin the Bondy.
Clean sites, clean bathrooms, firepits with grill attached, walking trails close to the water, good tree coverage around the sites
national forest campground with some full hookups, some water/electric and standard sites-double sites available as well. Easy access off Rt 64. Beach and boat launch are short drive.
Good to stay for a relaxing weekend with you're family. Nice spots by the lake and includes and beach area with a little store for any last minute supplies you may have forgotten.
We have stayed at Twin Knobs for several years. It has wooded lots that give you a feeling of privacy. The only problem that we encountered last May was that someone's dog had pooped everywhere on the grass on the site that we were on. So you couldn't get off the gravel. The site was surrounded by poison ivy so we had to watch very closely. The site was pretty level, we took a few wooden blocks for leveling help. Our current camper is 36 ft with slides and awning and it fit on the sites very well. We have been there with a 45 ft Fifthwheel and still had room. The bath house was well maintained and clean. There are plenty of trails to walk and explore. Some of the trails meander along the lake and make for a great sunrise walk. The hosts stick to the rule that only allow so many at a campsite unlike state parks that get a bit crowded and loud. The campground was full when we were there, but it doesn't seem overcrowded or too busy. There is a company that sets up on weekends at the boat ramp that have kayaks to rent.
Nice place nestled in the trees close to the water. Can't easily access the water though, and wish you didn't have to set up on a gravel pad.