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Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $40.00
Just finished a one month stay at this KOA. Had everything we needed, great cable TV, very clean, staff was first rate, location is outstanding for area activities. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
A couple of miles north of campground is great shopping and restaurants, movies and even a mall and Bass Pro Shop. The Louisville area offers more of the same and a Cabela's and much more shopping.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $46.00
As stated in earlier reviews, this is not the normal KOA. Very land restricted and thus the space between units is extremely minimal. Despite that, we were able to maneuver our fifth wheel in and out without much worry. They do assist you in parking, which was a big help. If you are visiting Louisville, this a very convenient location. It's just across the bridge from downtown, maybe 5 minutes from the Louisville Slugger facility. The staff was friendly and really making do with what they have facility-wise. Despite that, I would look around very hard before staying here again. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $43.00
Arrived at this park after a Long day of travel. Was surprised that the whole park was either gravel or asphalt that looked to be decades old. The railroad track roughly 30' from our campsite, combined with the A/C units from the office being very loud all night left for a very sleepless night. I'm very surprised that this park carries the KOA Logo as we're accustomed to decent spaces when staying at KOA. Not at all impressed and will Never consider staying at this campground again. The staff was very friendly, so I don't blame them, but from overpriced items in the store to a very disappointing campground it wasn't a good experience. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $46.00
Park is close to downtown area and the staff was friendly are the only plus. I measured the distance between units and there is only 41" between my unit and the unit next to me with slideouts extended. Do not know why they even bothered putting picnic tables at the site as you couldn't use it if you wanted to. TV cable, on got a few channels, even though they list over 30. WAY over priced for bare bones campground. Other comments about airport and trains are accurate. Will not stop here again. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $46.00
There are 2 addresses for this park in Woodall's. If you use the 900 address you will be led down a road with only a 10' clearance!! DON'T use this address! I was NOT impressed with this park. The staff was friendly, but that was the only plus. The sites were tight and all gravel. The train tracks were about 20' from the RV's and ran all night. I have stayed in worse RV parks...but NOT one that charged me $46.00! I won't be back. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $40.00
You cannot get any more convenient to downtown Louisville. 7 minutes and you are in town. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites were clean and the driveways were wide enough for a big rig. It is a city campground. The sites are small, mostly gravel, and the picnic tables are just in the way. Cable is available but we could only receive a fraction of the channels offered. There is a freight train line right next to the campground but no unprotected crossing, so no whistles. Close to I-65. Good area across the road to walk dogs. Next to city park. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $42.00
Check in was quick and easy. Staff was friendly and we were escorted to the pull thru site, but sites are close together. Sites are black top with pea gravel between sites. There are many long term RVs set up as well as the over night RVs. Bathrooms are kept locked, but key is easily available. Park is located under the airport traffic pattern for landing planes. Plane noise may be an issue. Cable is available, but we only received 3 channels. Switched to over the air programming and many channels were available. WiFi worked very well. Because of this park's location and environment we would not return. It does not seem to fit the KOA model. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $40.00
This is basically a parking lot with hookups. Trains run by all night. Gps will send down road with 10 foot overpass. Need to find alternate route if in RV or 5th wheel We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $46.00
Sites are too close and small. Train runs at rear of campground. When checking in, my wife went inside our unit. When she came out, the male escort asked what was she doing,using the bath room? This was no one's business what she was doing, and for a man to ask this was inexcusable. This place was way over priced for its location. Will not come back or recommend it. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $40.00
This campground was a huge disappointment. Due to the proximity to the interstate and downtown Louisville, it has a lot of overnighters but also has an apparent resident population of long term campers. The park is extremely cramped with units so close together awnings and tow vehicles stick out into the street. There is no grass or shade. The interstate and busy railroad are right beside the park, so it is noisy from that. We had a group of six adults next to us that staged a 24 hour drinking party which was noisy and messy all night long. Management did nothing. After their first party night, we moved to another park. On a positive note, the staff was friendly and helpful. The restrooms were clean and functional but were kept locked. A key deposit was required to get access. We were unable to get either the wi-fi or TV cable to work. Water pressure in the park is advertised at 75 psi, so if you come, bring a pressure regulator. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $43.00
Very very tight spots and very very noisy, trains, trucks and planes. Cable TV did not work. Wi=Fi was the only thing I could say was very good. I would stay in a rest area before I would overnight here again. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $40.00
Do I really have to give 1 point? This was a 0!!!! The worst campground I ever stayed at so far. Don't know how this one made it to be a KOA Franchise. We are usually staying at KOA's cause they are close to Interstates and normally have a good standard: but not this one. Every Wal-Mart parking lot has more flair and more room for our camper than this campground. It looks like a concrete parking lot close to the railway! Sites are small and very close together. Hookups are not set up great. Very high water pressure. Difficult access right now due to construction zones. No fire pits. The dog walk is a bad joke: just a stretch of gravel and a trashcan. For me this is not a dog-friendly park. Everything is gray concrete with 1 or 2 small grass areas. I will definitely never stay here again. The pricing for what you get is just ridiculous. Only plus is the WiFi. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $48.00
We're an Australian family (2 parents, 4 kids) on our first RVing trip. We spent a single night in the Louisville Metro KOA while passing through. There were no major pluses; everything worked as expected, and the park was generally clean and tidy. Of note, although the park does not have a pool, they did offer the use of the pool at the local Holiday Inn (which, although a little inconvenient, is better than no pool at all!) A few minor negatives: showers and toilets required a key and each shower separately opened to the outside of the building, this meant it was difficult to supervise young children showering in a way that gave them privacy; secondly, getting to the park was difficult, with access to one of the bridges over the Ohio shut down, and a few of the streets near the park crossed by very low bridges. Ring the park in advance for directions! Finally, the price seemed quite high for what we got; it would have been more appropriate if we were in walking distance from central Louisville. Overall, the park did the job without any game-breaking problems. Given the price though, and lack of options for getting into central Louisville, we would look elsewhere if we stayed in the area again. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $55.00
We spent our worst night of camping EVER at this park!! We were disappointed with the looks of the park as we pulled in because of the busy street and dirty and trash littered lot. We tried it anyway because it was late evening and we were tired from a day of driving. Our bad experience started at the registration office which was also a convenience store. The clerk kept leaving us to wait on store customers. Then we were told we had to give $2 for use of a restroom key, $2 for use of a laundry room key, and that we needed to have a water pressure regulator because they had 80lbs of pressure from the spigots. We had never heard of a regulator ( we have been camping the Midwest and southern states for over 30 years). We had to buy a regulator because the clerk said they would not be held liable for our plumbing if we did not buy it. The park was very difficult to maneuver our travel trailer and pick up truck through. The sites were so close together that we could not open our slide and awning. We had to reach under the next campers slide to plug in to the electric, and our neighbors sewer hose ran to their outlet about 3 feet in front of our camper door. We decided to stay since it was now about 7 p.m. We attempted to walk the dog, but the dog walk was a trash and rock fence line on the side of the park. We asked the clerk about a place to walk and were told to try across the street on the community walking path. We tried the path, but it was quickly apparent by the street people laying around on the benches and the two people who asked us for money, that we should hurry back to the camper. We spent the next ten hours laying awake because of the horrendous train noises right next to the park: of rail cars hooking and unhooking and slamming together, the unbelievable roar of train engines and blasting of horns. Just when we thought it could not get any worse, the airplane traffic began. We got up and left the park by 5 a.m. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $45.00
Our first KOA park, if they are all like this one I don't know how they could stay in business. Just a parking lot, they had about 10 RVs there and had us all crammed in together behind their store. Very low water pressure, cable tv did not work. Good wifi. We camped at Louisville Metro KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
A couple of miles north of campground is great shopping and restaurants, movies and even a mall and Bass Pro Shop. The Louisville area offers more of the same and a Cabela's and much more shopping.amazonian • December 2014
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