Campground
Marissa G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 2, 2021

Great little Campground in the heart of Bourbon Country

We just stayed at Elkhorn Campground last weekend. 

On Thursday before we left, the forecast showed we would be getting rain all weekend (bummer). On Thursday afternoon, the owner called and asked if they could move our lot, because where they had us, was known for holding water when we got steady rain. I was so impressed with how thoughtful they were and so appreciative that they moved us to a different spot. 

We stayed on site #41. It was a short walk to the beautiful Elkhorn Creek (at the back of the campground). Perfect little spot for fishing (you will need a fishing license to fish, as it’s public water). 

As I stated before,  It rained most of our stay, so we didn’t get to utilize all of their amenities. There was a poll (not open yet), a putt putt golf course, a playground and what looked to be like a common area where they have group campgrounds. 

They had a very nice bath house. 

We were in a water/electric site, so we used our portable tank and walked it to the dump station for our Grey water dumps. 

It’s a short drive to multiple bourbon distilleries, a short drive to the state Capitol and close to the grocery. 

The staff was super nice and we will for sure go back.

  • Sites backing up to Elkhorn Creek
  • Field behind site 41
  • Otter in the Elkhorn Creek
  • State Capitol
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