Nice quiet wooded campground. The entrance looks like a driveway to a home but there is a KOA mailbox. We camped here two nights so we could go into Paducah to see the National Quilt Museum. There isn't much in the store if you need supplies. Most people seem to use this KOA just for overnights. Motorhome next to us has his front tires off the ground when he leveled. All our wheels stayed on the ground. We did need a small step to help the dog get in and out. This campground has the rolling hills Kentucky is known for. If you aren't in a pull through you will need to bring some wood to level. We traveled here in a 40' motorhome. We would definitely come here again. Rated a 4 for being a quiet campground with ease of entry and exit.
The owners of this KOA are some of the nicest people we've met on our journeys. They are so friendly and treat everyone like lifelong friends. The campground is quiet and clean and just all around beautiful. There was a bronze trophy in the general store that was given to the owners for 40 years of service for KOA. That was given to them 3 years ago. These wonderful people have been doing this for a super long time and you can tell they still love it. That's impressive.
It stated that the site we was going to get was big rig friendly but was not it will be the last time we come here it would be a great campground if you are 35 or shorter. The entrance is like a driveway and if someone else is coming the other way there is no room for two cars .
This is the smallest KOA we have visited , but still with a nice pool and a small fish pond. Owners are super friendly and helpful; I watched from our coach as the owner was out with a flash light in a light rain at 9:40pm helping s big rig pulling in for the nigh. I wish I could give them more stars, but the bathrooms were in serious need of updating and better cleaning.
We are from Nova Scotia Canada. Today is June 18th and we have traveled from me down through the states through Tennessee and come back up into Kentucky and stayed at a lot of campsites mostly KOA. I have to say without a dote this is the best campsite that we have been in. The owner is totally amazing with Southern Hospitality. The campsites are big and very spacious. The Landscapes around the campsites are amazing with flowers and Greenery in each site. The pool I have to say is the warmest water we've been in yet. Anyone that wants to come to this KOA in Kentucky I highly recommended. We could stay here for months.