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.
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!
Great amenities and perfect activities for all. Swimming walking foam gun wars, pillow bouncy and more. Golf cart rentals are a must with these hills.
We have been here twice and each time was a blast! Definitely a campsite worth bringing the family too. Plenty activities for the kids, including the splash pad.
So many things to do here! We have stayed several times and in different sites. The newer section (200’s are the site numbers) have paved roads and new playgrounds. Downfall is zero shade. It is really hot there in the summer. The older sites are more established with shade but most are gravel and not as easy to access while walking or biking. Karst beach is so nice with the wibit (extra cost but worth it). The pools are OK in my opinion. Small and hard to socially distance (which matters these days) and the water slide is a bit too rough for us, but there’s always an activity or fun to be had somewhere. At our last stay (through July 4th holiday) the gold carts about drove us crazy. They were buzzing around all hours of the day and night. Food options are great and it’s always clean. We thoroughly enjoy our visits here!
We stayed here for spring break to visit some caves. We had a good time. We rented a golf cart for a day just for fun. The store was big and new.
Good campground. They have a huge lake with blow up activities on it, several pools, splash pad, jumping pads, playgrounds, activities, etc. oh, and Yogi and friends, which are the kids most favorite part. Campground it’s self is typical for no state parks. All gravel, hilly, not level, little shade if any. I prefer state parks for camping, but if you want some fun stuff to do with the kiddos, a trip to a jellystone once a year is great. This one has more to do than others. Not as many planned activities as others we have gone to, but pretty good.
The park was all about the kids. Events scheduled through out the day. Plenty of activities including play grounds, jump pillows, pools, bikes, crafts, a lake, and splash pad. The restrooms are clean and I never had to wait. Laundry on site. My son LOVED it. All the campers kids played and had the best time.