Marissa G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 12, 2021

My Old Kentucky Home State Park Campground

This campground was our Maiden Voyage with our brand new 20201 Jayco Jay Flight 294QBS (35ft Bumper to Tongue). 

We arrived late in the evening, so that added a bit of added difficulty into getting the trailer parked. 

We stayed on site 25. It was a hilly site (didn't know this when booking) that had some pretty terribly placed trees for backing in a trailer. Luckily, the hubs is pretty awesome at backing a trailer and eventually got her in. 

Because of the hill, leveling the TT was a task. We had to have the tongue nearly 4 ft from the ground. Thankfully, there was a Lowes near buy to go buy wood to level her better.

The campsites are really close together. Thankfully the spaces on either side of us were empty during our stay, our it would have been a bit crowded. 

Make sure you have long Electric Cords and an extra long water hose, because they're not as close to the sites as it mentions on the website. 

There is only one dump location and it was a zoo come check out time. 

The only time I saw any actual staff at the campground was the girl going around taking down reservation slips Sunday Morning. 

There is WIFI (supposedly) but we never found anyone to get the password.

  • You can see where we have the tongue up high (and this was before we went to lowes to get more wood to make it fully level.
  • You can see how close the people are behind us in this photo. There were sites on both sides of us (thankfully empty) that were even closer.

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