Standard (Tent/RV)
RV Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Whispering Hills RV Park, Inc
$36.00 - $46.00
Drive In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
+ More
RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 90 ft.
Whispering Hills RV Park, Inc is located in Kentucky
38.3009 N
-84.5509 W
Get Directions
13 Reviews of Whispering Hills RV Park, Inc
Over-nite in-route to another destination, okay for one night.

We stayed here one night on our way to Indiana and it was okay, just for that. I wouldn't stay longer, at least in the part of the park we were put in. If we stay again, we will pay the extra for a premium site. We were packed in so closely that it wasn't comfortable to sit outside the rig. Vehicles had to be parked along the road as the sites weren't long enough for the truck and trailer. This made it difficult to drive at times. We had to ask our neighbors to move their trucks when it was time for us to leave and it was still a tight situation. The road driving into the park is very narrow. I would hate to meet another truck or RV on it. One of us would have to back up for sure. 

On the positive side, the park is pretty big, the staff is very nice, it's clean and seems to be well taken care of. The showers and laundry are open but we didn't use them so cannot say anything other then that they're open, which is a plus. They have a large children's play area and a bouncy/trampoline area that the kids seem to enjoy. The park seems like a family kind of park with lots for kids to do. As an empty nester, I'm looking more for a peaceful campsite where I can relax by the fire in the evening. This wasn't it for me. At least in the sites/area east of the office.

Really nice, big, but could get crowded

This campground has so much! 2 laundry/bathroom houses, a basketball court, bounce castle things, playing, pool, fishing and hundreds of sites. A very cool feature is you can book everything online and choose your site too. They have back in and pull thru available. The camp store has basic RV products, a book exchange, souvenir shirts and drinks. You get escorted to your site via golf cart which is nice. You cannot park on the grass or put out an outdoor carpet but that's no biggie at all. Not too far from downtown Georgetown and Lexington

Nice Amenities

This is a nice place that has a lot of things to do. I would give it a higher star rating but the spots are pretty small. Also we went during Covid when things should be cleaned more frequently and the bath houses always seemed half clean. They also have several permanent campers who have junk piled up around their camper. It makes it look bad.

Very nice campground

Very well cared for, lots to do. Swimming pool with small water slide, fishing pond, jumping pillow, events at picnic shelter. Campground is very busy. Lots of people coming and going. Not to far off the interstate and very big rig friendly. Stayed here while shooting some sporting clays in the area. If I were ever back in the area I would stay there again. Water pressure is pretty high make sure you use a regulator. David O. is right. Sites are pretty close together. Didn't really matter to us as we were camping beside some other people that were with us. Had we not been though, it would have been uncomfortable.

To close

Didn't like this camping experience… the spots were way to close together

Such nice folks!

Great place to stop on way to FLA!

Clean, Quiet, Well Maintained

We would stay here again especially for the price. The RV Park standard spots are basic with a table, 15ft between you and your neighbor, and a fire pit. Very crowded on the weekends but about 70% full during the week. They have good AT&T and TMobile signal.

Staff is very nice and helpful. They do collect packages in the office, answer phones, communicate well.

Leveling of the spots is decent, there are clearly some spots where RVers struggle and hang wheels off the ground.

The property has a fishing pond, swimming pool, dog waste station, inflatable playground, blob, community area, basketball, shower houses, restrooms, and laundry.

The standard lots are gravel and basic, the premium spots are much longer with smaller yards and have pull through access.

The biggest downside we saw with this park is that there aren’t very many standard sites available to big RVs. We have to park our truck sideways and not on the grass - this is an issue because as we witnessed the second day an incoming rig hit one of the trucks parked in the street. They have a few spaces but these are occupied by people with tiny vehicles that think they need to park their tiny vehicle in the middle of the space for a dually.

There are a lot of people staying here longer term for work and such. Many have more than one vehicle which takes up the parking for others.

The grass not being touched is a hot topic here. We were told the soil is clay so once it dies they have difficulty getting it to grow again- so no mats and no parking in the grass.


We LOVE this campground. It is always so clean and the staff is amazing and accommodating. We will definitely be back soon!!!

Nice park in a Pretty Setting

Stayed here for 5 nights while attending an equestrian event at the Kentucky Horse Park. The staff at the park are really helpful & friendly.  We had a little mishap with our RV (our fault, not theirs), and the staff was nice to try to help us sort it out.  The sites are gravel and most are not level, but not too bad.  There is all manner of leveling going on!  There seem to be some full-time residents.  The ones next to us were friendly.

The park is well-maintained. The grass is mowed regularly and everything looks neat and tidy. 

The park has A LOT of capacity.  The spaces are very close together. There is not much space for parking your tow vehicle.

A nice park to spend the night after longs days touring around the area.

Nice campground

We stayed in site 6 on May 18, 2019. It was a gravel, back in site and backed up to the lake. It was fairly sloped towards the lake. We had a pop up with a 16 foot box but if you had a larger camper you might need blocs for your back stabilizers. The water pressure was quite high (70 psi) according to the worker at the campground so make sure to have a water pressure regulator. The pool looked great, but it closes really early at 8 o’clock which seems too early for the summer when it’s hot and light way past that. We didn’t get a chance to get in the pool as we get back to the campground about 8:15 and had to leave early the next day. The showers were great and clean. There were 9 of them, each in its own lockable room with a sink and toilet. There was also a laundry in the shower building. Three washers and dryers. We paid $40 for a one night stay with full hook ups and had no discounts applied. I would have given it a 5 but only gave it a 4 because of the early pool closing.

Year 2021 Flag

2021: Camping’s Biggest Year Yet

Learn More