2 Parks near Bowling Green, Kentucky
Aug 2014 - $40.00
This is an older park. I should have been warned when we phoned to find out if there were RV sites available and the lady replied "Yes, there are only about 20 RV down there." 20 RVs in a park with 300+ sites during the summer. We paid $40 because we wanted 50 amps. There are very few 50 amp sites. The first one we tried did not work. Some of the sites are not level. The roads are narrow and one way. The sites are narrow. The road layout and the map were difficult to follow. With the one way roads and maze of roads we had to drive around 15 minutes before we found a suitable site. - WEW
Jul 2011 - $25.00
Ugh: if we're ever in the area again we'll be camping somewhere else. Precious few sites available with shade and those that exist will be occupied by long-term campers. The rest of it is a glorified parking lot. Very confusing layout that does not match the campground map. Paved sites are narrow and utility hookups are old and/or in need of repair/replacement. The sewer hookup was simply a hole in the ground being held open by a rusty pipe. The best thing I can say about this CG is the bathrooms/shower facilities were relatively new, housed in a pole building. It was clean but evidence of low-budget fixtures and construction was everywhere. Office staff was very polite and helpful when I called and when we checked in, but I should have known better when they said we didn't need reservations. - RamWagon
Aug 2010 - $30.00
I would not camp here again. I camped here due to the Amusement Park being on the grounds. That was a joke, one roller coaster and a few twist and pukes. The waterpark was fun until the rain stated and ended our day. The campsites were packed in like sardines but there were not many people here. Each site was pull through but on the grass with dips and holes in most spots. There are no fire rings and no place to really put a fire. When it rained (and it was heavy rain) many of the spots were soaked as there was no drainage. The restrooms were clean but there was no mirror in the ladies room. This was just not what my impression of it was ahead of time. It would be good for smaller kids wanting to go to the amusement part, and a one night stay. - foe3643
Jun 2015 - $50.00
This was our first KOA experience. It is a decent campground, but it is horribly overpriced. When we first arrived, they gave us a different site which happened to be cheaper than what we paid for. After talking to them, they moved us to the one we booked online and said if we had wanted to stay they would have refunded the extra money paid. It is just weird, because judging by another couple we talked to and the reviews here it is something that they continue to do so keep an eye out for a switch.
There are tons of things in the park like a little pond with paddle boats, a miniature golf course, outdoor chess set, a pool and probably some other things I didn't notice. Every inch of land is filled with something. I did like the dog park, it was nice to let my girl run around after traveling on the road.
The spots are close together and SUPER close if you are parked next to a big rig. I could touch the slide-outs of our neighbors from the patio if I had wanted to.
The dumpsters were spilling out onto the road because they were so full. I don't know when the pick-up date is, but it definitely needs to be more often.
I would look around for a better value if I were you. It is doubtful I will go back to a KOA unless I have to. Bowling Green itself is lovely though. This campground is super close to everything. - toocoolfortulle
May 2015 - $49.00
All sites appeared to be gravel topped. Our site had a nice patio with nice furniture. Weather was perfect for sitting outside under the shade trees while visiting with friends. No satellite due to trees though. Sewer connection was a little far to the back of our site so could not use however we were only there for one night. Very quiet at night even though the close proximity to freeway. - monkeyandbanzi
May 2015 - $43.00
I wonder how KOA stays in business. I generally try to avoid them but for location this was best. Electric in the section we are in is pretty poor. Showers are cramped, dirty and old. Trees are in need of trimming. There are many workers that need to go to work early in the morning with loud trucks. Some semi homeless families with children in junk trailers. At least they don't get up early. This is over priced for what it is. On the plus side the wifi works good. They must keep after the live-ins because I see little trash around the sites. I would probably try to find something else if I returned. - jmrkav