We were right on the water (11 sites are) lots of things to do. We learned a lot and our youngest earned to Jr. Ranger Patch. Buddy sites to share. Lots of Geocaching!
Nice facilities with clean bathrooms. Pull through site was very easy to set up and take down. Friendly staff were helpful and really knowledgeable.
We stayed here because we were going to Mammoth Cave, but loved the place for its own beauty. The sites were spacious, the hook ups were easy to access for the RV and there was plenty of room for 2 tents besides. Nice playgrounds, easy access to trash dumpster, bath house is also a storm shelter! Fishing was close to our site so boys were happy. Neighbors weren’t very close and trees are everywhere.
There is tons of history and a quick drive to Paris will get you more, that was why we chose to camp here. Disappointed in the camping part- pads is very small for RV, the connections are far away, the pool & shop closed at 6pm (it’s summer and they close at 6!) no room for vehicles and the trees were so close we couldn’t op our awning up all the way. Neighbors really close too!
Never saw the host in the 3 days we stayed but the shower house was clean and well kept.
Very nice staff. Club house was like being in your own home. Sites were easy to maneuver the RV in.
We stayed in a site with only electrical because it was booked up, but the pavilion totally made us forget we didn’t have water in our RV. The bathroom was attached to the pavilion which made water easily accessible. Fishing from our site made my boys really happy.
Staff were very nice and helpful. Great visitors center with wonderful history and informative exhibits. Shower/ bathroom & laundry facilities were great, very clean and well kept. Cell reception was spotty but WiFi at the laundry room was nice.
There is a cool cave tour to take. We camped for a weekend and couldn’t do everything there was offered! Fabulous pavilion with 2 fireplaces and several tables- we had dinner and played games most of the evening.
We stayed in the group site. It is very close to several points of interest- Fort Davidson in Pilot Knob, Elephant Rocks & Johnson Shut- ins.
super price for the group site
RV sites are roomy with pleoof maneuvering space. Nicely stocked store, horse stable, fishing, boating, swimming, geocaching are all available. Shower & bathroom were clean and well kept. Lots of space between sites, so neighbors aren’t on top of you.
We happened upon this by chance but were very happy there!
Lake access, playground, pavilions, geocaching, fishing, trails, and it was very quiet even though it was near a subdivision.
Right on the beach, well there was a berm in between but close enough! So much to do within a short drive. We mostly stayed and played at the beach. Staff were nice, facilities were well kept and clean.
We just stayed 2 nights but wished we had planned for more. The kids loved the pool and playground. The staff were so kind and helpful. RV site was easy to maneuver and hook ups were easy to get to.
The park was so big for being right outside Jacksonville, FL. We were expecting it to be mor urban instead you are completely surrounded by nature. We forgot we were so close to “the city”!
The store had several items, ice and wood were easy to come by, geocaching and playground for the kids. Sites were huge- we got 2 sites for our large family but could have easily done with one.
The sites were spacious and easy to maneuver around. Bathroom and showers were very clean and well kept. Visitor Center was really interesting and the staff were very knowledgeable and helpful.
Staff were wonderful, huge place that is well kept, trails are trimmed back daily. Bathrooms are individual with a shower in each one. Lots of geocaching on grounds, fishing, hiking, boat launch, canoe racks, playground, a store with a nature center, and a Junior Ranger program for the kids.
The staff were so helpful and nice. They checked on us daily but didn’t over stay. The sites were roomy and not to close. We saw lots of wildlife but had no issues with trash or food (raccoons left everything alone).
We saw DC during the day but camped each evening. It was amazing!