1 Park near Lexington, Kentucky
Apr 2016 - $33.00
This was our third time at Kentucky Horse Park, and they didn't disappoint on this stay either. A couple of things you have to be prepared for however. Many sites are 90 degrees to the narrow roads in the loop and it makes it tough for a big rig to back in to. Another item of note is the water pressure. It is high in this park, so adjust your regulators accordingly. The store is well stocked, so well we really didn't to have to leave the campground for too much. The scenery was spectacular in April with the trees blooming and the grass greening up.
Shower houses were clean.
One other thing to watch for is kids playing in the roads. The inside road especially is difficult to see going around the corner, so follow the posted speed limits. We will definitely return here again. - Prairie Bayou
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We have always enjoyed camping at the Horse Park campground. The sites are spacious, and most are shaded nicely. There is a nice large pool, and kiddie pool. The park has always been clean for the most part, but many of the picnic tables are in terrible shape, and if yours is missing from your campsite, don't bother with asking them to get you a replacement. Our last visit, we couldn't even use our picnic table, and that was no easy feat while trying to feed a 2 year old.
There are two large playgrounds and a basketball court. This is a good thing, but I've noticed that they don't turn the court lights out when they are supposed to at night, and that means a lot of loud bouncing balls when you are ready for quiet...and dark. One time we were there, and the court was open until about 11:30pm. Trying to get the toddler to sleep in our pop up with that right next to us was impossible and stressful! - Mcoffman
Oct 2015 - $39.00
This park is a tale of 2 cities. If you are over 35 ft long and 12 ft high it is a pain. Trees will hit your AC's and the sites (all are back ins) are at right angles to the road and at 45 ft with a car in front of you they are a pain to get into and you probably will not be able to get sat reception due to trees. All sites that I saw including mine slope from either front to back or back to front so levelling could be a problem and they are not long enough to put your car on the pad so you park in the grass or road. The second problem is you have drive around/behind the general store to check in. If cars are parked they will block you or you will block them. In a 45 ft MH and pulling a car this is a real pain. However if under those lengths and heights and not towing a car it is really nice. The pads are not wide or long but the space between them is huge. If I had a small rig it is an 8 or 9..big rig 6. Probably not go back, it was not worth the hassle. - peddy dick