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14 RV Parks near London, Kentucky
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Very busy state park with lots of Kids and Dogs. Not too noisey especially for the weekend. Not a lot to do and the mill was closed. The old cabins and artifacts were ok. The sites on the"M" lop were weird in that the were difficult to back in the power and water were in a very inconvenient spot. Would not stay here again. - Crottys
Jun 2018 - $29.00
We were in H loop which are W/E pull-thru sites. Dump station was nearby, convenient and clean. Pretty spacious sites but no shrubbery or anything between sites. We had to use a second water hose and a 25 ft 30 amp extension cord to connect to the water/electric. It's a very large family oriented park. Our T-Mobile service was useless here as was the Wi Fi. Great park setting though. - DRKM
May 2018 - $33.00
Ditto everything the last reviewer added. We were in the FHU loop which was crowded. Our only complaint was that the hot wire and power return were reversed so we could not use our surge protector. When we informed the them about it they did offer to put us on another site which we decided not to do and instead stayed "unprotected" for two nights. Sites were clean and our sites had a "living area" large enough for an extra tent or cover for your barbeque or picnic table. Sites are nicely wide and have lots of room for slide outs and awning. Some sites had a a bit more shade than others, many are sunny. Park is nicely done as are many Kentucky state parks with laundry facilities and this year, Wifi is free at this park, but inconsistent in power. Over all a very nice park. - Trainspotter
May 2018 - $36.00
Easy access from I75, but Google maps did not have it in the right location. I submitted a change, but it may not be updated yet. Sites are level and gravel. This is a small campground, mostly back-in with a few pull-thru sites. Wifi was OK, typical for a campground. The staff is very friendly. You actually register at the motel office. Close to diesel fuel and a McDonalds. - BuckeyeTravels
Nov 2017 - $36.00
The Westgate RV Park (and Budget Host Motel) is a well cared for, very convenient RV facility that is just great for an overnight stop (although it would serve well for a few days while visiting the area, too). We travel up and down I-75 frequently going from central Ohio to points south like Tennessee, western North Carolina, Georgia and Florida, so we have stayed here 17 times in the last 5 years. It has very good hook-ups including 50 amp electric, CBTV, and excellent (strong and secured) Wi-Fi. We've used the nice pool in warmer weather (clean and confortable) and have tried most of the restaurants in close proximity. The sites are limited and this isn't a "beautifully landscaped resort" or a nice setting in woods, but all the sites are easy to get into thanks to the big, open gravel lot in the center. We have had occasion to meet the owner twice and he's a kind, mild-mannered, customer oriented individual. The clerks at check-in (have been women) have always been very pleasant and prompt and provide me with all necessary information, including log-on password, restroom code, etc. By the way, the restrooms are exceptionally clean and nicely featured. Yes, there can be noise in the area (it's very commercial) and lots of lights from the surrounding parking lots, but we cope with good shades and a ceiling fan over our bed to cover outside noise. For the price, location, and the amenities, this has proven to be a really good overnight stop. We have made reservations from time to time and we've done so by simply calling them, never on-line. Frankly, most of the time we just stop in and we have never had a problem getting a site. - sandean
Sep 2017 - $34.00
This is a very basic place to stay overnight, right in the middle of a commercial area. It's located near Cracker Barrel and in back of another restaurant and behind the motel. The signage is poor and it's very hard to know where to turn. I called and asked where to go since it certainly didn't look like there was room to pull into the motel area. But, she said to pull in and park there anyway. Really small area. Once inside the motel lobby, the girl working seemed annoyed with my questions. The map of the campground she gave us was also confusing because she was telling us to drive over what looks like a grassy area and not a road. The road noise and the all night lights are certainly things to consider. It's a good place to stay overnight though. I reserved this stay on-line, on their website which added a $10.00 charge that I was not aware of until the reservation was complete. I was notified that the motel still had to approve the reservation. The next day, I called the motel to see if they had approved my reservation and the girl said they aren't notified when someone makes an on-line reservation. Busy weekend in this area (homecoming, festivals etc.) so things were booked up pretty tight. - Honalee
Jan 2009 - $40.00
I would have rated it a 9.5 but that option wasn't offered. Only stayed in one other campground that was nicer and that was many years ago. This was my first stay, I stayed at Daniel Boone and hunted in the forest across the road. I got 2 nice Deer, a Doe and a Buck with my bow. We also went on a 20 mile ATV ride out the S-Tree trail to a place called Turkey Foot. It was amazing just spending time at a slower pace. They are in the middle of building rental cabins now. They do offer deeded lots for interested parties but the price was very fair. - John Hosprey
Sep 2015 - $28.00
This was our first visit to Holly Bay Campground, and boy were we pleased with this campground! The campground is very spacious and heavily forested throughout - to the point of barely seeing the campsite next to you. Laurel Lake borders nearly three sides of the campground, but with the woods all around, it is hard to see the water from the campsites. The good thing is that there is a gorgeous, shaded hiking trail that goes down and around part of the lake.
This has become our favorite campground to visit as it is the most scenic, clean, and quiet we have been to. - Mcoffman
Jul 2018 - $53.00
I chose a deluxe site (#14) which included a level surface, patio with furniture & umbrella. You share with the "buddy" next door but they have given privacy by bushes between the two patios. Other sites in the vicinity which were regular pull thrus looked quite unlevel. When the park is full it is pretty tight for all the vehicles. Nice pool, etc. for kids. Big grassy area that also includes a dog park. The sites on the other side (#50-95) are larger and seem more desirable but I do not know what utilities are available in that portion of the park. Good location; good road into the park. Helpful staff. - Freedom Bus
Jul 2018 - $47.00
We stayed here the weekend before Fourth of July and other than the brutal heat at the time, really enjoyed it. The campground is well kept; looks like new gravel laid throughout the interior roads and sites. The RV park is not far off of the interstate, but feels like you are up in the mountains in a secluded area. The pool was well occupied while we were there; kids and families enjoying the weekend. Lots of room for tent campers and many varieties of RVs. Our site seemed pretty level, but our RV wheels on the downhill side ended up in the air after using the leveling system. We needed to put lynx levelers under the jacks because the leveling system kept showing a fault due to the angle. The laundry room has four washers and two dryers, and last washer load must be started by 8 p.m., as they lock the laundry room door at that time. Site hook ups are grouped together between two adjoining sites, so you are close to one neighbor, but much more room on the other side. Some sites had cement patios and were very spacious. We walked around some and noticed a few resident campers; their rigs and sites were well maintained so they didn't stick out from the rest. - Maga04
Jun 2018 - $42.00
Price is for Water and Electric plus cable. Nice level gravel sites in a heavily wooded campground. Shower house had 4 stalls and WIFI and OTA TV were pretty good. It was a nice park. - Alicenpete
May 2018 - $36.00
We love the campground we have been coming here for 12 years, Four or five times a year. We never had one problem till this year the camp host came by about every hour and would inspect our campsite. Just to make sure we were following the rules. We could not take the Nazi camp any longer. And came home after the first night. Camp at your own risk! - ijustwanttohavefun
Oct 2016 - $18.00
We stayed here for a couple of nights as we were passing through the area. Very nice campground with a mix of sites and rates (FHU, WE only, double sites). We had water and electric in a nice back in site (A19). Loops B and C were closed since they were winding down for the season. Verizon was fair, but only 4 OTA tv channels none of which were interesting. Nice private site with fire ring/grill and picnic table. We walked through Loop B even though it was closed and site B4 was very nice with plenty of room. Sites were paved with asphalt and general area was well kept. We would stay here again. - jtl2
Aug 2016 - $6.00
Our site, B4, was a beautifully wooded, two tiered, nice sized site. A couple little staircases lead down to our fire pit and picnic table area. Loved this site!
The camp hosts were very friendly and very accessible. We got there after dark and one of the hosts helped us back in- it was extremely dark! He even drives around in the evening with firewood for sale! They told us about a public beach up the road, but we took a trail to the boat-in sites and swam in that area. The lake was so scenic!
The bath houses and shower house were clean and decorated with little summery signs and flowers. Only bad thing was the showers are push button and you can't control the temperature.
Don't arrive after dark- it's EXTREMELY dark in the campground.
We don't have a boat, but there's a lot of boating happening on the lake. It isn't a nuisance to the campground, but this would be a nice place to stay if you're boating.
We were in the area to check out Cumberland Falls. I'm glad I chose this place.
It's a gem in the Daniel Boone National Forest. - Brdbrain2day
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We stayed a total of three nights here in July - one night on our way down to our furthest destination point, and two nights on the way back. On our first visit, we arrived on a Sunday evening around 6:00. There was no one there, and the gate was locked. My T-mobile cell phone service did not work, so we couldn't call. I slipped through the side of the the gate to try to find a work-camper or a long-term resident. I found a wonderful couple who had Verizon service, and they were able to call the office. The husband not only got our site number, he took us to the site and back to the gate, giving us the code so we could get in. Almost a disaster, and an unwelcome surprise after a long day, but it all worked out. I would suggest that you call before your arrival on the day you are due to arrive to get your site information as well as the gate code so that you don't have a similar experience. This is a beautiful, quiet, woodsy campground. There are paths with gravel, and dirt paths through the woods and around the little lake. The lake is open for fishing, but not swimming, and it is too small to kayak. There is no noise or light pollution, so you can see the stars. It has a general sundry store, and they have a little cafe for breakfast and dinner (nothing fancy, and we didn't use it). The other campers were some of the friendliest people I've ever met camping. It is NOT a KOA-type campground, and there are no pre-planned activities (though there is a small playground and volleyball court). There is no pool, and the campground wifi isn't very good. Our AT&T hotspot couldn't get a functioning signal. They do have a laundry and shower, and trash must be taken to a trash area. It's the kind of campground I used to visit when I went camping with my family when I was a kid and we made our own fun and great memories. This is a wonderful campground - we loved it! - Morning Star
Sep 2017 - $40.00
We stayed here for two nights. Winding narrow road for several miles coming into park. No shoulder on the road so drive carefully. This is a gated campground which was nice. They give you a code to get in and out after 5:00pm. The owners are in the process of enlarging the campground and are adding another lake and up to 100 new camping sites with utilities. They own many more treed acres to the east. Very nice people with a great vision for their expansion. We stayed in a pull through site which had a little grass between the sites, along with picnic table and fire pit. There are two playground areas which looked fairly new. Beautiful treed area with small lake. My husband was able to practice his fly fishing. We would stay here again when in the area. - Honalee
Aug 2016 - $35.00
The park was a gem of a discovery near Corbin Kentucky. The staff were very helpful and friendly. They shared with us all of their plans to make the park better. Close to the freeway and Corbin, home of Colonel Sanders. Great store and food available at the office. Give them a visit. - vagabon life
Oct 2014 - $25.00
Great City park set in a valley. Staff decorated the park for the fall season. Roads are gravel, but sites are concrete. Most sites need leveling. Utilities worked well. Our sewer connection is well to the back of the site. I needed to use my extension to get to it. The park was near full, but we only saw one other person come home late in the evening and they left early in the morning. So we basically had the park to ourselves. Staff said many of the owners rent through the month of October and November for the fall season to insure a place and then just come for the weekends. Good for us. We would stay again. - PJ's Park and Play
May 2013 - $25.00
We were in the area for my husband to do business and this was the most convenient campground, about 25 miles off I-75. During the week it was very quiet with limited campers in and out. Staff was friendly. The campground sits in the hollow surrounded by eastern Kentucky hills so quite scenic. Several camping trailers were parked on sites for local weekenders, but everything was mowed with pretty flowers and landscaping and nothing looked "permanent". Concrete pads and new septic was just installed so grassy areas are being renovated. Gravel roads through the campground and one section has sites on paved area, others with grass yards. Horse riding and hiking trails and lake nearby for fishing. The area has pavilions for local gatherings and a pool (we did not evaluate). This is a "country" setting about 5 miles from small town with Walmart. Wi-Fi was good in Site 1 where we were but not accessible further in the campground without a booster. AT&T and Sprint phones worked for talk, but limited on data. The entertainment is nature. We would return. - busyteach
Sep 2005 - $20.00
Power is low and in need of repair, water is not the best, They won't use air conditioning in club house, dogs not cleaned up after, wi-fi is ok and free, alot of park models and they seem to control the park, few Amenities. Stayed for 1 month, Many other parks for less money with more to offer. - Oscar
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Roads can be a little tight for big rigs. Roads and sites are rock. Sites tend to be a little unlevel. Water pressure low. Best we had was 35 psi. Plenty of grassy areas for dogs. Right next to road so some road noise during day. We thought it was a little expensive for what you get. - Ruffles
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Nice size for big rigs. Close to the Cumberland Falls. White water rafting trip is very easy for all ages, it's no where near the rides I've taken on other rivers. Very nice area just to drive around and hike the many trails in the park. We also did the horseback tour next door through the woods and had some great views and photo ops.
Only pull through sites have full hookup, but there is a dump station by the office for the rest of the sites the are water and electric only. Same owner here since 1985. - Oceanblue
Jun 2012 - $30.00
The RV sites are very basic. This is a hikers or white water rafting paradise. They have recently added RV facilities and these will get better. They offer shuttle service to the various hiking locations. It is the best place to stop if you have a big rig and want to visit Cumberland Falls State park as the park is not "Big" rig friendly. Shade is limited and sites are gravel. - A hitch and hop