15 RV Parks near Lebanon, Kentucky
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Only open for a few weeks and is still being finished. Gravel pads which currently are a challenge to level and good full hookups. Only 10 pads available currently with 10 more almost finished and more coming in the future. We loved this place as the park is next to horse stables with a horse track only a few hundred feet from the park. Can watch the horses being exercised on the track almost daily. In the other direction are hay fields and a hill that you can explore if you like. We extended out stay from 3 to 5 days we liked it so much. Our only complaint was that there was a fair amount of dogs barking (and on occasion visiting our campsite) from an adjacent road nearby (Edelin Rd not in the park) on some days. The last night we were there we experienced loud and almost continuous barking of two or three dogs all night and into the next morning. Quite annoying since the weather was cool and there was no need for air conditioning or to keep our windows shut. - Steve23
May 2017 - $30.00
If you are looking for a nice, little RV park in Central Kentucky you might want to try this. This is a new facility opened less than a month ago. It is located 10 miles from Makers Mark, 3 miles from Limestone Springs Distillery, 30 miles from Bardstown, and 60 miles from Louisville and Lexington. The park is part of the Marion County Fairgrounds, and is a non-profit organization. - Greg P
Dec 2017 - $1.00
We stayed here when we worked at Amazon and had a great experience. The owners are very nice and made getting our mail very easy. The water is clean and pressure is good and electric is very strong 50 amp. Can't beat how close it is to the place we worked, and since it was full of other work kampers we felt very safe and comfortable. - Lee and Trace
Jan 2014 - $15.00
It's basically a campground for Amazon workers. But it has a meeting room with big TV set, games and books. If you need a place to stay in central Kentucky, it is very good and cheap. The host is very friendly. - tomberlin55
Sep 2006 - $27.00
An old KOA with friendly staff, good rates, and minutes from Green River Lake. Lack of road/site maintenance makes it tricky to maneuver, but is cozy with a low price. - selmore
Dec 2016 - $1.00
Convenient place for Camper Force at Amazon. Gravel parking, mostly level. Community house with lots of seating, large screen TV. Good laundry, 4 each washer dryers. Trash commonly over ran the dumpster and flowed to the ground. The wind spread it around the park. The staff complained about how much they worked and were not particularly friendly beyond the typical southern folk.
Don't expect much other than a quiet place to park while working at Amazon and you will not be disappointed. At best, this park is unsuitable for more than a one night stay or work camping. - Gurleymon
Nov 2016 - $25.00
Stayed here for 6 weeks as an Amazon seasonal camperforce. Amazon paid for our site, but otherwise sites are $25/night. The campground is a gravel parking lot with full hook-ups. It is within walking distance to Amazon fulfillment center which met our needs, otherwise there are not many amenities (no pool, playground, store, pet area). There is a nice clubhouse with tables, book exchange, puzzles, big tv, laundry. The owners are very friendly and allow you to receive mail. Town with restaurants, grocery stores are within close driving distance. If we didn't work for Amazon, we probably wouldn't camp here unless we were passing through and only for a night or two. - mohocamper
Sep 2014 - $17.00
Heartland is a three-level, gravel parking lot with hook-ups. WiFi is available, but not reliable; especially, in the fall/winter when the park is filled with Amazon seasonal employees. The staff is friendly, but don't take the running of the park too seriously. Restrooms seem to be cleaned once every two weeks, but always have paper available. TV reception is so-so because the nearest stations are 30 miles in opposite directions. The park's main selling points are no mud on rainy days, and only a 10 minute walk to the Amazon facility for seasonal workers. - Albino Rhino
Nov 2013 - $30.00
We stayed at this campground as part of the Amazon Camperforce so our fees were paid by Amazon. This is a small campground that caters to fishermen as it is just .5 miles from the boat launch into Green River Lake. No Verizon phone or data service due to the location. Good electrical hook up but water pressure weak. Free campground Wi-Fi. No office, laundry, or gathering place. Owner only a phone call away for problems. Very friendly and accommodating. Gravel sites, not all level. 40' maximum length. 5 miles to Amazon. Would stay again. - Seeingtheusa.com
Jun 2011 - $11.00
Only about one third of the campground was open. The road through the campsite circle was extremely tight as were the campsites. Tough to negotiate with a larger rig. Nice friendly folks for attendants. Cambellsville was a nice town. Good shopping and restaurants. - hoganc
Jun 2008 - $21.00
This campground is NOT big rig friendly. I would not recommend it for any RV larger than about 30 feet. There are two loops. The upper loop is W&E and is very heavily wooded. While the sites are long and spacious, the roads are very narrow with sharp turns and low overhanging branches. The lower loop is E only and is more open with fewer trees but has a small turn around circle at the end with a large tree in the center. Although only about 8 miles from Campbellsville, there is no cell phone coverage for either Verizon or AT&T. Also, there is no direct access to the lake from this campground. If you have a small travel trailer or pop up and want to get away from civilization for a while, you will love this place. - junkmanstan
May 2017 - $24.00
We called at the last minute for a one night stay. Attendant was very helpful in finding a site for our 42' bus that was as flat as possible. I could see on Reserve America that most of the remaining sites were listed as severe slope. We got one that was moderate and had no problems leveling, but did end up with our biggest leap yet off the bottom stair. We also had no problem booking for one night even though it was a weekend. The power connection was 30A max and was just at the limit of our 25' cable. Our utilities are located amidships. Water connection was about 15' away but we didn't use it so can't comment on the pressure. This is a tiny campground with about 35 very close spaces. Not Key West close, but closer than you'd expect for a state park. Our spot was 18 which is inner-loop and adjacent to the restrooms, dump station, and dumpster. Not ideal for a long stay but fine for a night. This site does not have sewer but we noted a few that did. Our site was a very easy back-in maneuver. - leemhicks
May 2017 - $21.00
A fairly old state park designed for smaller RVs so the roads are tight and some of the sites are short. However, there is NO EXCUSE for campsites not being level. The state should fix this problem. Depending on the site, the water or electric service could be as much as 75 feet away - another hardening back to the days that RVs did not use facilities. The place is very nice and an outstanding base for touring the area. It is not bad if you can find a site that can be made to work depending upon your RV type. - Ras2
May 2017 - $30.00
The pros are that the park is well shaded and next to a pretty golf course. There is a lot to do in the area. Staff is friendly. The cons are that sites are very unlevel and hookups are sometimes far away. We had to buy an extension cord at Walmart. It is NOT a place to bring a big rig. We could not fit ours into the site we had reserved. - BigDawg1
Sep 2016 - $21.00
We arrived on a Sunday afternoon, over Labor day weekend, with a reservation of course. The campground was packed, but not overly noisy. The attendant was expecting us and had our paperwork ready to go. She gave us a camp map and told us how to get to our campsite. She was very friendly and helpful. It was easy to back into and set up in, with electric and water hookup within easy reach. We had a few trees for shade, but would have preferred more to be honest.The sites that had water and electric hookups had very little tree shade, but primitive sites were in the forest treeline. I would trade that for the waterfront view any day. We were literally within 20 foot of the lake, with a excellent view of it. The electric flow was good, with water pressure being a little low. They had a private campground beach, located in a cove area. It wasn't too deep and nice to cool off in. There were very few people at beach, but I think it was because everyone was boating in the lake. It also had a very nice marina set up there, with various boat docks for people to tie off boats for the night if they wanted to while camping there. The roads getting to the campground were tight, but manageable.
Make sure to have what you need as far as supplies go, because it is a good bit from any stores. There is a "grocery store" within 10 minutes from campground, but it is more a shack than anything else. Also, for people it matters to: very spotty wi-fi and cell service. There are no bathhouses at this campground, only porta-potties set up. That being said they were well maintained at least.There were 2 trails located in the campground, but I did not use them. Overall, I will be coming back to this campground if given the chance and would recommend it to others looking to get away for a quiet getaway. - kycamper02
Aug 2010 - $20.00
Pikes Ridge is remote and slightly primitive. The campground is directly on Green River Lake and has a beach area in a small cove. Electric & water service is available at sites 1-20. These sites offer little or no shade, and are close together with no landscaping between. Sites 6-17 are lakeside, and a few have docks on the water. Sites 18-20 are more spacious and have a partial view of the beach cove. Along the perimeter of the CG are deeply shaded non-electric tent sites (sites 40-55). There are no bath houses at Pikes Ridge, only port-a-potties. Host is on site, and a small grocery is 4 miles away. We liked Pikes Ridge for the beach area, very accessible, good sand, and a warm cove to float in. A wonderful woodlands loop trail at the CG was well maintained. Friday night was quiet, with only a few campers. Saturday afternoon the place filled up, and seemed like everyone brought a couple of dogs. Even with all the campers, the beach was not crowded, as most seemed to be boating on the lake. Overall, Pikes Ridge was a nice weekend getaway. - Flying Mantis
Nov 2016 - $30.00
It's an "ok" RV park but nothing special. There is rarely anyone in the office which makes it difficult to check-in and get information. No guides or maps given out to locate restrooms, laundry, etc. Spring/Summer is used mainly by horse owners who can stable their horses on property. Fall/Winter mostly Amazon seasonal workers. - leona mae
Sep 2016 - $1.00
I stayed here for a few months as an Amazon worker. This place is a pig sty. The owner doesn't care and is frequently drunk and belligerent. The club house is disgusting with everyone smoking like chimneys, it's hard to breathe when you go in to get your mail. Lots of nasty drunks at night, fights are common. Speaking of mail if you get packages there's a good chance they will be stolen. I had packages that had delivery confirmations but by the time I got to the clubhouse that night they were stolen. They don't care what people do at their campsites and several of the sites were totally full of garbage and debris. The place looks like a homeless camp. Cigarette butts are everywhere and there are dog and horse poop piles. The only reason I'm giving it an overall 3 instead of an overall 1 is that the sites are fairly spacious and the area is very beautiful. Little to no TV reception, the park's wifi is unusable, and cell phones frequently don't work. If you like to hang around loud, rude drunk people who chain smoke and leave garbage all over their campsites, this is the place for you! - Amazon Workamper
Mar 2016 - $25.00
It's a fun friendly place to stay. There are horse people, boat and RV people that stay. There's entertainment on weekends and the campground backs up to multi use trails. You are about a mile from the boat launch and beach swimming in Green River. Site spacing is very close. It was open and had a gravel surface. A fire ring and picnic table were included. - John-Doe Farm
Mar 2016 - $25.00
This is a very friendly campground. There's people with boats, horses and families too! It's very clean, has showers and a laundry. During the summer there is entertainment on weekends. The property backs up to Green River State Park. It is a dry county. The sites are sunny and open. The site surface is gravel and there was both a fire ring and a picnic table at our site. - John-Doe Farm
Aug 2015 - $27.00
Campbellsville, KY - Green River Lake State Park - Nice campground, sites are a little close together but sometimes typical for state park. in part of the park they've had to cut down several trees due to ash boar. Electric (30amp) and Water hookups, dump station, picnic table and fire ring on each site. Didn't check out bathhouses ( but from previous visits were decent no ac/heat), have good camping store on site that sells few camping needs and ice and firewood. Also have putt putt and beach swimming area which was nice. Verizon and Att&t worked well. Have wifi to purchase if necessary. Golf carts are now allowed for a fee I believe. Public boat ramp and Marina close buy. Over all nice campground, would return. - CmcDowell
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Regrettably, we did not enjoy our stay here. We can forgive a lot of sins at campgrounds, especially in state parks, but Green River Lake just had too many problems to overlook.
Here's some suggestions for planning a campground at a state park (and thereby criticism of Green River Lake)...
--The most popular campers and trailers are 35ft long or bigger. Don't make the parking pads only 20ft long.
--RVs come with slide-outs, which means they extend 4ft on both sides. Don't make the sites only 8ft wide.
--Most trailers are hauled by huge pickup trucks. Don't cram campsites so close together that there's no room to maneuver a vehicle or park it.
Compounding these issues we happened to be here during a week of torrential rain storms, tornado warnings, and flood stage water. Water pooled in all the sites, the beach and playground were submerged, and boaters ended up parking their trailers in the interior spaces of the campground.
In short, we didn't catch Green River Lake at its finest moment. But I still wouldn't return because of the parking-lot style layout of the campground, lack of privacy or beauty of the campsites, and the tiny cramped pads. - Flying Mantis
Sep 2013 - $35.00
The word "Resort" does NOT convey what type of place this is. This was our second time here. Both times, the space we reserved by phone, with e-mail follow-up, was occupied upon our arrival. The roads are gravel as are the spaces. Over half of the spaces require a significant amount of blocking to get level. The bath house facilities are too few (for example, men's: 1 each urinal and toilet, 2 showers, 2 sinks) thus we used our on-board facilities. On weekends the managers let their kids use the support golf carts to run all over the place for hours. Three or four golf carts circling for hours through the campground is not what we care to see or hear. Next time we're in this area we will stay some place else. We will not return here. - WayneedC