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Stayed one night on 21 September. Real quiet experience. Takes A the B pass and has free laundry. Real enjoyable
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Some of the campsites are a bit crowded, but almost all are in the shade. We were disappointed that we had to drive several miles to get to the swim beach, but overall it is a very nice campground.
I only stayed here for a night while I was driving through. I arrived at the campground after the office closed, but they called ahead of time to let me know all the information I needed to find my site and I was able to find it with ease. The bathrooms were well maintained and it was a nice,…
Last minute find after check in had closed. Ranger Chadwell helped us find a spot for the night and gave us info about the park.
Bathrooms were clean, showers with hot water sites overlooking the lake were great and it was very quiet at night.
Well kept campground. Lots of space between sites and very hilly- all sites are like a deck. If able get sites lower toward the water. Does have primitive sites
The tent camp sites on the island were aptly distanced from one another. The other campers seemed to have an unspoken sense of support. Multiple people offered ice, and even campground host offered to air up air mattresses.
There was plenty of driftwood on site to burn, but if you're going to…
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Camping on raised wooden platforms was like no other campground I’ve ever seen. The park ranger claimed it is the only campground in the world like this. Tons to do in the park as well. We went to the visitor center, nature center, storybook hike, and walked around the lake.
The campground is cute and less than 15 mins to the Mammoth Cave National Park visitor Center. Nothing fancy, older bathhouse, small pond and large field for kids to explore. Some spots are snug. Owner is great and very helpful!
Very nice campground on Cordell Hull Lake. Kayaking, boating, fishing and swimming are possible. Waterside camping available. Cell service is spotty and minimal WiFi is available to check in with family or check the weather. Very peaceful. Had a nice, stress free 3 day weekend.
4 miles south of I 40 , 35 miles southeast of Nashville. Very nicely maintained, full hook-ups on the Caney Fork River, just below the damage. Great camp host and very quiet. Stayed in #20 spot, arrived with a 30 minute rain deluge. #20 needs a load of pea gravel to facilitate drainage. Looks as…
Baileys Point Campground didn’t disappoint! The sites are spacious with paved or gravel sites available, picnic tables, fire rings and clean restrooms. There are lake view sites and lake front sites. There are inlets where you can tie off your boats. The cell signals are good, we have Verizon! …
This is a great campground. We love it here. We’ve been here three times now and will keep coming back. The staff is friendly and engaging.
Arrived June 7, 2021, stayed 3 nights. Basic, clean, peaceful setting.. stayed at site 31, and good space on one side between other campers. Nice tree lined areas. Very convenient for Mammoth Cave. Did not use the facilities on this trip. Would come again.
A variety of large sites. From full hooks ups to group tent sites. The trash at the swimming beach was never taken out while we were there, and the dumpsters were all full. The bathrooms were cleaned regularly though, and the views were breathtaking. Dog friendly, but not at the swimming area.…
I love staying here. After full-timing since October, this is the first place we have come back to. The park is so clean, has many trails and you have pretty big spaces available to camp.
Only downfall is that we didn’t have sewer hookup, but that