One of the Kentucky fish and wildlife owned parks this camp ground is about a mile and a half down a gated road so not to many noises from cars. Lots of trees and a small park for little ones. Has electronic and water hookup sites along with a bathroom house.
Fishing, hiking, swimming, hunting (seasons), gun range, etc. If you like rustic state park "feel" with gorgeous woodlands and deer grazing fields and a fast moving trout stream, stay here! Sites nearby include Fort Knox and the Patton Museum. Louisville is close too.
Love this campground! Just wish it was full hookups. Definitely worth the stay tho! Kids have freedom to be kids and you can drive down to the creek to let them play and swim.
Reserved our site just this morning but when we got here at 4 they told us we couldn't go in until 5:30! Trick or treating every Saturday night in October. Nice thing to do but either tell us when we call or let us in. People trick or treating with a huge pit bull! That's more dangerous than senior citizens and their RV.
10 pm quiet time does not happen. Loud mysic, cars and barking dogs!
Would be a beautiful site if not for classless, rude, loud, drunk, music all night long, cars all night long, fireworks after 11pm, , , , , what else do you need to know not to stay here. And it looks and sounds that way in every section.
We stayed here one night with our 4 kids. The hosts were helpful and accommodating as well as some other employees. They had scavenger hunt papers for my kids. Lots of trees and shade. Sites were clean. Restrooms were clean and well managed. The park was not too busy, which was nice. There were several other campers spaced out. My kids enjoyed the playgrounds. In the morning we hiked down to "blue hole" which is the creek. It was a nice trail and amazing creek. We had a magical time skipping rocks and looking for crawfish and cooling off in the water.