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We felt the park was over priced at$30 a few years back, but $40 is a bit over the top. The rate was $40 less 10% Good Sam + $2 for 50 amp electric. This is a nice enough park with long gravel pull through pads..which due to rain had water standing in adjacent grass. It is easy to navigate the interior roads with easy access off I-65. I doubt we would return and opt for one of the other Rv parks in the area.

     

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Cave Country RV Campground

Cave City, Kentucky

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We felt the park was over priced at$30 a few years back, but $40 is a bit over the top. The rate was $40 less 10% Good Sam + $2 for 50 amp electric. This is a nice enough park with long gravel pull through pads..which due to rain had water standing in adjacent grass. It is easy to navigate the interior roads with easy access off I-65. I doubt we would return and opt for one of the other Rv parks in the area.

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We have been coming here for almost 20 years for a family reunion about 20 miles away and are well acquainted with the area. We usually park in a different part of the part, but our normal section was closed until mid May for site upgrades. Our site was satisfactory, but the roads were narrow and quite hilly.

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We stayed at the park for 2 nights on our way north from the Rio Grande Valley. We stayed in the "new section" on a concrete back in site, that was wide enough to park two Rvs on. Everything we saw was well maintained and well laid out. My cousin lives close by, so we were introduced to the area and found it to be very nice. Being on Ross Barnett Lake I'm sure spots are hard to find in the summer, plus there are a sizable number of seasonal spots.

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The restrooms were in need of cleaning and over 1/2 of the shower curtains were missing, a lot of clutter was around the entrance to the men's shower entrance. Sites are good size and paved, utilities are located mid-pad. The lawn was well maintained. At $35 this is no longer the value of past years when we paid in the $15-$17 range (pay for two nights 3rd free). The clerk replied when we question the rate that it "now $65 a night on weekends and when the water park opens in May the rate is $65 every night". Not worth it in my book to give them $$$ in the casino.

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Park has changed little since we were last here in 2008, sites are still gravel and in need of grading. Utilities easy to access, however the cable TV did not work on our visit. Ok for a stop over on the way to Houston, if I were heading south, I would try one of the parks in Victoria.

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We stopped here for 2 days, due to friends work camping here. The staff was courteous and prompt. The restrooms were small but very clean. It rained a lot during our stay so there was a lot of standing water around our site. Entrance to this park should be made from the west, since a tight 180° turn is required when coming from the east.

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1st time back in several years, returned due to upgrade of electric hookup to include 50amp. As with most Indiana State Parks, this park is well maintained. Service locations are acceptable, but 50 feet of water hose is needed for shared water faucet between sites. As full timers we carry 100 feet of hose at all times. Our site was easy to level on, others were uneven front to back.

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Very nice state park, services are very good and well located. Interior roads are tight in some areas, but passable. Tree coverage is almost total shade so satellite TV reception is very spotty. Very helpful staff. Park ranger came around to advise of tornado watch in the area and to head for cover in the bath houses. Additional $9 for out of state plates for admission to park.

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Very nice state park on the north side of Grand Lake St Marys. We were parked in the new full hook up section. Our site was OK, but all the sites are slanted from the drive and are at 90° to the drives making very hard to park a larger RV without getting in the grass. The class A RVs on both sides of us had their rear tires off the ground to level. At the present time the lake is toxic with warning posted not to enter the water subject possible harm.

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Narrow back to back gravel sites, some can be out of level. Strategically place trees to block satellite signal seems to be the norm. As most KOAs, this one older and is over-priced for the value. Utilities were good and mostly well placed. Trash is picked up at the front of your site every morning after 11AM. Nice store with the basic food and RV needs.

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This park has a 10 pull through 50amp sites in an area without trees, with most of the campground's sites occupied by season campers in a woods. As in the past little has been done to correct the interior roads and pad conditions. If it rains your site will be water covered since the road is slightly higher than the campsites. Needs work, but it is close to the Indianapolis north side where we had an appointment early the next morning. This trip the voltage at the pedestal was at about 105-110V, not that way in the past.

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Great no frills campground for visiting Shipshewana Area. We had a full hookup back in site with good utilities. The pad was level gravel and 100 ft from the flea market. Some sites are not level and require blocking. A number of sites are taken by vendors at the flea market. Payment is made via drop box at the entrance to the campground, cash or checks are accepted. Credit card payments must be made at the flea market office.

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This an older campground that caters to seasonal campers. Roads are very tight and rough. Our site was hard to level on and had heavy tree cover. The park has a nice looking pond for fishing and a nice pool, of which we used neither. The trees at the entrance road are in bad need of trimming and brushed the side of your motorhome.

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We stay here every June to attend my family reunion about 25 miles away. This park is above average for a COE Park, with all sites being paved and 50/30/20 amp electric available. Many sites are level but some can be a challenge to level on. Water front sites are normally booked up every weekend. The showers can we invested with flying gnats and nymphs depending on the time of year of your stay, they are clean, but take note. There is poor Tv and cell service and heavy tree cover, so satellite reception requires a portable dish.