6 RV Parks near Knottsville, Kentucky
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Knottsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Knottsville in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $45.00
Price on website is $30. Correct price is $45. If you fish, you must throw them back. Otherwise pay lake fee applies of $15. No rugs in front of campers (might kill grass supposedly), but room additions are ok (duh). No motorcycles. No alcohol. Grandson fished in wrong area, was told he needed to get a ticket. Got him a ticket... $15, one of the owners came screeching at him that he was not allowed to fish there again (same owner) ......didn't ask for a ticket, or say 'Just checking for tickets', just proceeded to yell at him. He told her he had one, and she commented "how do I NOT know this?". Showed her the ticket he bought from her employee. Terrible place to go. Will never go back. Swimming lake full of seaweed stuff and mud. Owners have too many rules and overpriced. - lecatts
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Beautiful park in the woods. Big swimming lake with nice beach, concession area. We had a site by the lake; it was great. Roads were a little narrow but not bad. Owners are great. - V F Coffman
Sep 2010 - $30.00
Extremely dusty roads. Very private. Country setting with nice fishing and walking areas. 50 amp service is way out back on a different ridge and a long walk. - JimOhio
Jul 2016 - $15.00
This is a very fundamental park. Stayed two nights and would return. It is quiet. There are activities associated with a Fairground and locals bring their kids to play in the water feature. Trailer parking and class C parking can be in a wooded/shaded part of the park. We stayed in a 40' class A with no slides. It is a back in only and towed parking is tight. We would return based on our experience.
The County staff went out of their way to stay for our late arrival. They were awesome. - Travelall
Sep 2015 - $9.00
Rate reflects Passport America rate. After pulling into the facility for an overnight stay, we were met by the Host who gave us several options for sites. We chose a 30 amp site with water which gave us a clear site to the south for our on-board DTV satellite dish. Hookups were on the wrong side but it worked with both electrical and water pressure was good. The host came back later and made sure everything was good with us and to see if we needed anything. We would stay here again. - StarlifterFE
Aug 2015 - $15.00
Bathrooms/showers clean, but run down. Some people may not find them satisfactory. Fort Hartford, on the property, interesting. Frequent events at the park, musical, dancing, equestrian. - sailor323
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Nice folks run the place. Good service and reasonable prices on groceries and other items. But the place could use a bit of an upgrade. and what is up with all the golf carts??? According to what we were told by other RV'ers who were local it is the only CG in the area that allows golf carts. It was sort of cool the first night or two but it later became a major nuisance. - RalphB3
Nov 2016 - $34.00
Stayed one night while visiting friends in the area. All sites are back-in but large and long. Full hookup and the utilities worked well. It is important to position your rig carefully to be able to reach your connections, which may still require extensions. Great recreational facilities. Store and snack bar, even this time of year. The two lane road to access is narrow and no shoulder but fine if you just take it slow. We had a site on the lake so the satellite worked fine but would not work from many sites due to trees. Our Verizon voice connection was marginal; data was ok for email and web browsing. Wifi cost $4 per day per device so we didn't try it. We found interior roads to be adequate. - Pktva
Sep 2016 - $34.00
I am not sure it should be called a lake. There is no swimming and there are just several small bodies of water around. Diamond ponds would be more accurate. The main reason I chose to stay here over my usual campground was for the Luau party. I was very disappointed. There wasn't a big to do or decorations or anything extraordinary.
My most pleasant surprise was the prices. Rates were great, prices of activities was great and I was happy to see that they were economical enough for families unlike some parks that have high prices because they know your kids will beg to do them and you'll pay. So kudos to Diamond lake for good prices.
The park was extremely crowded and there is very little privacy but it is very clean.
There was some minor things that should be done like painting picnic tables, steps to cottages that also were badly in need of pressure washing but overall the park was very tidy.
There is an unfinished putt putt golf course that is on the map but it doesn't look ready to play. The go karts were fun and priced well.
I didn't care much for the attitude of the security guard but all the other staff were very nice.
I don't know if we will stay here again because of the lack of privacy but it's a nice camp ground. - Blended family campers
Oct 2015 - $20.00
We have stayed here three times in our travels around the country! This is my favorite park! We have only ever been here on October and it is absolutely beautiful and peaceful. The leaves are yellow, orange, purple ....exquisite!
This last time it rained and we were in our Motorola looking at the lake enjoying the view.....very cozy. The people are so nice! We will come again perhaps a different season. - Brandl
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Very nice state park next to National A. Lincoln memorial and Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial (Very nice); wooded campground w/ plenty of space; W & E, dump station. - North Texas DJC
Jun 2015 - $26.00
This is a typical state park with elect & shared water. A dump station is provided at the entrance. There is a beach that is fenced off from the rest of the lake. It is used by a lot of locals who don't seem to take pride in the area and tend to litter and fail to pick up after themselves. It was good for an overnight stay but we would not spend an extended amount of time here. Fortunately and on the plus side, the Lincoln Boyhood Home NHS is right across the road. - h2oskier
Sep 2017 - $67.00
The park has a Christmas Theme and is not big rig friendly. All sites are narrow back in accessible through narrow tree covered roads. The park supports the adjacent amusement theme park. Internet was good. Couldn't deploy satellite due to trees. Nice camp stores. Lots of "park rangers" to help back you back in. This is a large park that almost mandates renting golf carts (and they rent them). That said, there is more of a "feel" of camping in the woods. The park is clean and well managed. Kids would love this place. - Russ60
Jul 2017 - $210.00
This is our 3rd and last visit. Rental king park model camper. Had to wait 1.5 hrs after check-in, as they had not prepped our rental. Trailer was full of ants, had to keep ALL food items in the fridge. Floor in master bath near shower was rotting out. Sagged if you stepped on it. Had a bad thunderstorm, roof leaked flooded floor in master bath and also at the other end of the camper near the kitchen. Disapointing to say the least! - Scott Grimes
Jul 2017 - $71.00
We stayed here on a Saturday before July 4th. Our site was trashy and there were remnants from sewer. We called the check in booth, told them about the nasty site and asked them if they can give us a different site. They were very accommodating and gave us a couple of options but not much better than what we initially had. We settled for a different site. Granted it was a holiday and busy weekend, Lake Rudolph management should have been on top of this.
It's convenient if you're visiting Holiday World but $71 a night is pricey for what you get. They used to offer Good Sam's discount but not anymore. - RTDenn
Jun 2016 - $11.00
ACE facility ( also know as Army Engineers Corps), great campground, nice camp hosts. Good fishing spot. Wish we could have stayed longer. - Bajadrmr
Jun 2014 - $11.00
We found a secluded site on parcel level ground and overlooking water tails. We have been back 3 times already this year and love that spot. The coons are a little annoying at night and will pretty much walk up to you! Our site was clean and well maintained! Love this place for a adult camping adventure. - tanyay78
Sep 2011 - $22.00
Why oh why did we stop here? The site was so narrow we could hold a hot dog on a stick out our window and roast it on the neighbor's smoky "fire". Thankfully, they were friendly and tried to talk quietly til about midnight when they retired. There are a few wide sites at one end, and they get progressively narrower along the road. Turns are tight. For us, this reinforced the need to better read RV Park Reviews. - Windjammer