13 RV Parks near London, Kentucky
Mar 2017 - $24.00
We visited this state park before most of its attractions were open for the season, which left just a couple of hiking trails for entertainment. Our campsite originally reserved was not available on arrival due to water problems. No worries, they moved us to another site and were very kind. Unfortunately, the second site had electrical problems so we moved to a third site. Everyone was very helpful but it still took three sites before we could settle in. The bathrooms are very nice and clean. The laundry was also nice. This park appears to be popular with the locals and offers a lot to the community in season. There were lots of people enjoying the basketball court which is not separated from the campsites. Our review may be an anomaly based on the timing and circumstances of our visit. - CherylRV
Dec 2016 - $36.00
Very beautiful state park with a few trails to walk and simply relax. Pull thru concrete pad was plenty long enough for our 38 ft. coach. Full hook ups close to all sites. We had a very relaxing time with very few visitors. - Dream Coach
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We've stayed in several KY state parks and find all to be satisfactory,
none outstanding. $40 bought us a site that is steeply (4 blocks) canted
right to left and down in the back. No dump at site.
No cable, no OTA. Tengo capped at 70kB for $4 a day (yes, Kilobytes).
Nice and quiet, mostly folks from the surrounding area use this.
Has a pool for more money, putt-putt golf for more money...
There is a train in the distance, and no road noise. ATVs roam day and night.
So, nice quiet setting with unlevel sites and charges for everything except
the push button showers and toilets after you pay $40 a day. - 1yrfulltime
Apr 2017 - $34.00
Stayed here while bringing my brand-new Keystone Passport Express 199ML home to SWNC from the dealer in North Central OH. This site is very accessible to and from I-75. I was able to call ahead while headed south on I-75 and get a reservation, and received a Good Sam club discount. Site is very tight, which presented some problems for a "newbie" like me, but I managed. They advertise Wi-Fi, but is secured we were not given the password or log-in instructions at check-in, nor did the attendant answer the phone later that evening when I called to gain access. It is within walking distance of a number of restaurants, and, in fact, adjoins the parking log of a local roadhouse/steakhouse/sports bar named "Shiloh's" which has pretty good food. It was hot and muggy that night which was good because I had to run the roof-top AC in the trailer all night and the noise from the AC drowned-out all the noise from the Interstate and nearby streets! Also, the site is lighted with bring overhead "night lights" so you better have good shades in your RV! The main "pros" to this site are its proximity to I-75 and local dining. "Cons" are noise and ambient light. I stayed in a 22-foot travel trailer towed by a 2013 Ford F-150. - LFord
Oct 2015 - $36.00
As others have said, it really isn't designed for a big rig. Pretty much all back in unless you have a small rig and are one of the first for the pull through sites as the sites make up part of the road. Easiest entry is actually at the light before the hotel and then take the access road. Pull in before the gas station. Else pull in and park as close to the road or at the gas station. It is tight. Restrooms were adequate and clean, but someone thought it was still summer as all the windows were open and no heat on (October 46 degrees in the AM). WiFi is good. Basic cable included. Very, very noisy in the morning with restaurants supply trucks and trash trucks to compliment the road noise. . Really old picnic tables. - TBBGII
Jul 2015 - $36.00
For a longer term stay we were assigned a back in site which was high in rear, low in front. When level the rear was almost on the ground. The sewer connection was on a mound and the pipe was a good 6 inches above the ground. I went to the the office and was given a different site. While it was still high in the rear and low in the front, it was better than the first. The sewer, water and electric were at the rear of the site and the sewer was still an elevated pipe.
This wouldn't be our first choice in the area but we were there during the 4th of July and the had space available so grateful to have a place to stay. When parking we were given instructions to drive in front of the closed service station to enter the park. This eliminated the sharp turn mentioned by a previous reviewer. There is truck parking behind the motel and that is a good staging area to park while checking in for a site. - LivinTheDream
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
May 2017 - $46.00
The staff were helpful but it was as if you were putting them out of their way. The Wi-Fi was terrible at best because the connection kept dropping or was extremely slow. We were in a pull thru site with full hook up (W-S-E 30/50) plus free cable TV. The campground was clean, the cement pad was acceptable, but had to be shared with your neighbor and the facilities were clean. Other campers staying were friendly. Nice resort to stay for a night. - KEN9XL
Apr 2017 - $38.00
Not our favorite KOA. Not as well maintained as most KOA's. Gave us a site which shared a patio with the office. We asked to move and were sent to the area with mostly long term residents. It was pretty sketchy. Lots of confederate flags and weird activity. Would not return. - thyde
Mar 2017 - $37.00
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Park is nice and I am sure it very busy in the summer months. Our pull thru site was just perfect size for the Motorhome and toad. It had about six sewer dumps to use on this site and that was very helpful for a bath and a half that has two holding tanks. we would stay here again if we need a place to get off the road. WiFi was spotty in the section we where in. - Psi500
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 - $26.00
We came in on a Sunday afternoon. No attendant at station, but a note to check in with host. We stopped by host campsite, but no luck. Our campsite was easy to find and to back in to. Plenty of space for the camper and vehicle to park at in our campsite. Host showed up short while later with our check-in paperwork and was expecting us. She was a very friendly and helpful host to us.
Sites were decently apart from one another and plenty of space in each area. The restrooms were older, but clean and well maintained. Sites were level with concrete or gravel and the water/electrical were within easy reach. There is 1 dump station.
Campground was quiet and plenty of woods around us. Plenty of trails around the campground to explore and wildlife was active here. Overall, I will stay here again. My wife and I really enjoyed our stay. - kycamper02
Jun 2016 - $26.00
Wonderful USFS campground. Nice, roomy sites with 30 amp power. Lantern poles near tables and tent pads. Camped here while visiting Cumberland Gap area, though discovered other campgrounds closer. Hosts were positive and helpful. - Al Z
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
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Nice secluded park in shade. Big rig friendly. Long and level pull throughs. About 10 miles from interstate. Interior roads were good. Stayed to tour area. Friendly staff. - Kansas Campers
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Park under new ownership as of 2-1/2 months ago. Very nice owners. Gravel sites, but easy to navigate. Clean. Pretty overall area, with many trees. Owners have many plans for future. - Georgiajan
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
Sep 2006 - $22.00
Campsites are not level and are grass and dirt. The setting is very nice - the lake was pretty low when we were there. The staff is very nice. There is a playground for kids. This would be a nice destination park for kids and families visiting Cumberland Falls State Park. - Bearpup