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6 RV Parks near Elkton, Kentucky
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Elkton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Elkton in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $20.00
This is a nice overnight stop. The lady who checked us in was very pleasant, We were placed in a gravel site near the office. Power fluctuated as the A/C was used. I needed to chose between A/C, Hot water heater or M/W. The sewer was about 4 inches above ground and did not have a cap. I needed to use a doughnut ring. Wi-Fi was slow but good. I had a back in site and there was plenty of room. The water faucet was missing the handle and I needed to use pliers. If I were to come up I-24 in the future I would most likely stop here as an overnight. - A hitch and hop
Jun 2018 - $36.00
Big rig friendly park that is very quiet and peaceful next to beautiful Spring Creek. Sites are very long and level side to side and front to back. Sites are more than long enough for any big rig. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. All the hookups are in the correct location. There is road construction in front of the park so might need your GPS to help find it since their signs are temporarily down. A lot of full timers, but they were quiet and all their sites were clean. The major weaknesses of this park are very narrow sites, so narrow that they had to put a rig without slides next to me when my slides were out. It would be very easy for slides to hit one another. Your rig faces the front door of your neighbor and there is less than 10 feet between you and your neighbor. There are no amenities such as cable or wifi which makes this a bit over price for what you are getting. The sewage hookup was broken off below the ground at my site. They had a rubber ring as a very poor sewage leaking fix. It is close and convenient to Clarksville and my family. And there are no toxic fumes unlike the park at exit 1 in Clarksville (see previous review about that). Not a bad place to stay overnight to see family, not a place I would every stay past a couple of days. - Msubulldawgnwaco
May 2018 - $20.00
The campground was fine for an overnight visit, it wasn't good when it rained, very muddy. The owner was helpful but not always there during office hours. A lot of permanent residents, but not a problem. The pull through sites were long, pretty level with full hook up. ATT kind of spotty and wifi was only at the office but worked just fine. - Traveler23
Oct 2018 - $42.00
Traveling in a 43ft Class A with 4 slides and tow vehicle. Campground is located right off I-24 but we did not have any trouble sleeping at night and only heard engine breaks a couple of times. Campground is big rig friendly. Pull through sites were long but site 47 had a tree close so could not extend the awning fully. Level gravel site, good utilities and conveniently located. Good Direct TV satellite and AT&T cell service. Nice pool and was a welcomed surprise that it was still open this time of year. - Big Rig Travelers
Sep 2018 - $39.00
This is a nice campground but has some caveats. The good things are campground is clean and well maintained , good signage , electric and water are fine too. Check in and staff are great as well. So why the average rating with all the positives ? If you choose a sight on the entrance road side, a view of a working junkyard but a good nights sleep. No sewer and about 40 bucks a night with no discount. If you want full hookup and sewer about 42 a night but with non stop interstate noise all night. If you can sleep good and are used to noise no problem. If your a light sleeper, I don't think you'll like it. Entry and exit fine for our 43 ft fifth wheel. The only complaints are things the campground can't control but campers may not like. - Pauldodge1
Aug 2018 - $34.00
Nice place for an overnight. Clean grounds,easy in and out. Only shortcoming is no cable service. - Moose boy
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Campground contains multiple full time residents. Sites are gravel/muddy and not level where we stayed on the North side of the road. South side was shady but even more cramped. The 50 amp did not work and used the 30 amp. Owner was not happy to give me my refund for the price difference. The main attraction, the river is a muddy fast moving river. Not suitable for swimming. Heavy local usage for the nearby public boat ramp that cuts through the park. OK for an overnight, very basic. - Portable Paradise
Jul 2011 - $30.00
The park is about 16 miles from Clarksville TN, they offer discounts if you select a canoe package. We did not do the canoeing though. Sites were fairly level. There are sites close to the water and ones up away from the river. We chose the sites away from the river because they seemed more level and you wouldn't have a problem with bugs. We stayed a week here all in all an OK place to stay just too far from things for me. - BRANDYC
Jun 2010 - $19.00
Small campground right by the lake. Sits on top of the ridge by the lake and there are woods between the campground and lake. So you cannot see the lake from the campground. Short drive down to beach area for swimming and the lake is great for fishing. Campground is clean, including the bathhouse. Nice playground. Washing machine and dryer available at the bathhouse. Out in the middle of nowhere, so make sure you bring everything you need. - KentuckyCampin
May 2007 - $25.00
We camped here in May 2007. It had everything the website promised - water slide, man-made beach, putt-putt, 18-hole golf course right next door, etc. The problem was that most everything was a little run down - including the clientele (shirtless rednecks). Apparently, the campground went bankrupt, and just recently changed owners. We met the new owner (very nice) and he is very intent on fixing everything up - but he has his work cut out for him. We were in the nicest-looking section (#500's) - the other parts of the campground couldn't quite shake the "farm" feel to it. The downside to the #500's was how far it was to the bathhouse. Overall, lots of potential. I hope the new ownership invests some money into fixing it up a little. - kenpatriot
Jun 2017 - $23.00
We stayed at Fletchers which was great!! We only stayed overnight and it was nice and quiet. Almost all sights are pull thru. - jk13zplace
May 2017 - $23.00
This park is geographically in Tennessee, just off LaFayette Blvd in Clarksville, and not on the catonement area of Ft. Campbell, so it's open to anyone traveling through the area. A few soldiers and families in the park, and many of us retired types as well. There are actually two RV parks, but we stayed at Fletcher's because of the 50 amp availability and pull through sites. Not much cell or TV reception, but you are next to the skeet range, so there is entertainment.
Take your Golden Age or America The Beautiful Passport to get the reduced rates. Open to everyone. - SenoiaSeniors
May 2016 - $20.00
We stayed for 1 night in the larger campground, next to the skeet range. The campsite itself was nice enough. The sites are fairly close, but not any more so than some KOAs we've recently stayed in. This park has tremendous potential, but the common areas need some TLC. It's almost like a forgotten little area. As for the wooden bridge, when I called to inquire about camp site availability, I was told that the 9 ton load limit was posted to keep large trucks from using the bridge and thus destroying it. I was assured that our 40 ft Motorhome would not be a problem, and it wasn't.
Reservations are not accepted. However, I was able to call to inquire about open campsites prior to driving all the way into the campground. The person who answered the phone was most helpful and told me how many sites were available at that point in time that would accommodate our Motorhome.
Would love to see the military invest a little time toward cleaning up the park, lake and stream so that its potential could be maximized. Definitely a good place to stop for a one night stay. - Donna and Steve