This is one of two campgrounds at Natural Bridges State Resort Park in the Red River Gorge Area of Kentucky. I visited on the weekend in mid-April and this place was very full. It is small, so, this meant being very close to other campers. It is in a great location, near many trails in the area. Bathrooms/showers were nice and clean. I was in site A007, which is a good site, but, I would recommend sites A23-A37 as these would be away from the restrooms and the "loop" where sites are closely spaced.
This small campground is nice once you get there! Just know it is remote and the road to get there is rough, so, if you are not comfortable with that, I would go elsewhere. There are no hookups, although water is available. Also there are pit toilets which are not the worst I have seen! No cell service, so, also be prepared for that. I was at this campground on a weekend in April and it was full, so, if you are going on the weekend, get there early on Friday as this is first come, first served. There are several hiking trails accessible from the campground with interesting sites to see. Sites are relatively large and well spaced with picnic tables and fire pits with grills on most.
This is a great campground in a fantastic location near Brevard, NC. The sites have plenty of space and when I visited in mid-April, the campground was not full, including sites near the Creek. Restrooms were clean and the campground as a whole is well maintained. One of the best parts of this campground is the location. It is very close to many must-see/do hikes in the Brevard area, including Looking Glass Rock and the Art Loeb trail (trailhead located at the campground!). There are also other trails that can be directly accessed from the campground. There is a gate at the entrance of the campground with a person in the booth until 8 p.m. each day. You must have a pass to enter the campground. One note is there is no cell service in the campground, although as others have noted, you can get service just about a mile up the road toward Brevard.
This state park is one of the best maintained and managed I have ever stayed in. There are also many activities and beautiful scenery to take in! I stayed in the B loop camping area. This loop seems to be preferable to loop C which has sites much closer together. The Nature Center and Cane Creek Falls (near nature center) are must-sees. There are many other waterfalls in the park as well as hiking and mountain biking trails. Also a big lake for fishing and kayaking. The showers/bathrooms in the B loop are not luxurious, but, are clean and nice.