Best beach campground

We stayed the week of Thanksgiving and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The campground is just lovely! Most RV sites are extremely private with plenty of vegetation between them. Our site (118) is a very deep, wide back-in. The river access is fantastic and the ocean is an easy walk across A1A. The beach is about to become inaccessible in a day or two due to a massive rejuvenation project that goes on day and night, crawling its way up the coast. Can’t wait to see the finished product when we come visit again someday!

Lovely, quiet campground

We spent the last weekend of October at Blue Heron and can't wait to go back! This small campground is easily navigable even with our 40' 5th wheel in tow and provides spacious, private sites. Access is easy with no bad roads nor overhanging trees. There is fantastic hiking nearby and much peace and quiet to be enjoyed!

Lovely quiet, small tent campground

Kingdom Come State Park is a little jewel in southeastern Kentucky! There are 6 tent sites (7 if they allow you to reserve the one next to the duck pond), each with a gravel drive, mulch tent pad big enough for two smallish tents, fire ring, and picnic table. The nearby shelter house provides restrooms and trash cans. The local ranger was most helpful in providing firewood (free!) and offering to bring us water to wash up with or for drinking (there is a water fountain across from the CG, but it wasn't turned on and there is running water in the restrooms). The area is known for bear activity, but we saw none. The surrounding mountains provide many short hikes that can be easily strung together to make for a longer trek if desired. We look forward to camping there again!