Craig C.

The Dyrt Pro

Alexandria, KY

Joined April 2021

Live in northern KY, children grown and married, may retire in a few years so doing mostly 2 to 4 night trips in a 300 mile radius for now.

Great quiet site

A well manicured campground just outside Dayton, easy to get to, back in pavement site with 30A electric, picnic table and fire pit. Plenty of potable water spigots around, just not at the site. Dump station near the entrance of the campground. Walking trails along the lake well cared for. Plenty of activity with playground and an outdoor theater. Plenty of water-front pebble beach for enjoyment in the summer. Close to the campground is the marina with a restaurant , but won’t open til Memorial Day.

Beautiful part of KY, and lots to do

This campground is in a beautiful part of Kentucky. The town of Bardstown has a lot to do and  number of great restaurants.

The campsite was great for our 34 ft class A, with 30A and water at the site. The site slope was moderate but easily leveled the motorhome.

A golf course is onsite, but a car is necessary to see the surrounding area. Visited a number of distilleries and just enjoyed the countryside.

Hocking Hills, OH, winter camping

Stayed there 2 nights the last week of February. A beautiful area, and suggest camping there any season. Winter camping had the only water source in the men's bathroom. Dump station open for dumping but needed to use the fresh water tank  to rinse using the outside shower hose.

There is so much to see there, but a lot of ice. The trails were good in most areas, but as you descend in the gorge areas it becomes ice covered. I would not go without ice cleats for the hiking boots.

There were only a few other campers there. Would try for a site further from the water treatment plant (adjacent to the pool) due to the sound of the motors running.