13 Parks near London, Kentucky
Apr 2016 - $37.00
This campground when I called, I asked and was told, their wifi works well. I also asked about if we could get out with our Dish. They said no problem. Never had anybody complain. WELL I AM. Their wifi sucks, can not get on even parked in front of office. Could not get out with Dish...TOO many trees. I think its really sad how we were misled. We were booked for 2 days, asked for our 2nd night refund. After some back and forth bickering, we were finally reimbursed. NEVER again would I book here. - Barbjac425
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This is a very confusing park. The road in/out is very narrow. The sites have been squeezed into a small piece of property. Some lots cannot be used since they added the "large upscale pull thru lots". We were in lot 14, which is shared with another coach. Our lot had a large tree that hindered us from opening our back driver side slide. We were told this wouldn't be a problem and we wouldn't have to unhook our car. When we started to leave we had to pull straight to avoid hitting the tree with the back of the coach. Then we couldn't get by a half dead bush. I tried breaking the dead branches off, but that didn't work. So, we had to unhook the car, which was on an angle, back up and start over. Luckily everyone else had left so we had room. I would suggest you never stay on lot 14 in a big rig. Get a lot without a patio that has a straight shot out of the campground. - Merker
Mar 2016 - $37.00
We spent one night while going south. Our gravel site was spacious, mostly shady, and included a fire ring and patio. A lot of trees. Staff was very nice. Would stay again. - deangrimmett
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
Dec 2014 - $34.00
This is a small campground located beside the Budget Host Motel. You check into the campground in the front lobby of the motel. The campground is not fancy, but offers full service 50 amp sites and a clean bathhouse facility. As an overnight stopping point it offers easy access to I-75 and there is a small truck stop right across the street that you can refuel at. The campground has four "pull through" sites but due to tight turns into the sites I couldn't get into them with a 40 ft fifth wheel. Fortunately the campground is fairly open in the center and the pull through sites are easy to back into. This is not a campground that I would want to spend a weekend at, but as an easily accessible overnight campground it was a good value for the money. - Greg and Kim
Nov 2015 - $28.00
This is a nice state park with plenty to do. There is a Mountain Life museum, Wilderness Road and hiking trails. It is 45 minutes away from Cumberland Falls. The sites are mostly open and fairly large. We have a good ATT signal, not too many OTA channels but open enough for satellite. - cascan
Aug 2015 - $32.00
Nice state park campground near London KY. We were in a section with full hookups. The site was gravel but very level. The campground was very quiet during the week but became full on the weekends. The weekends are quite noisy during the day but remain quiet after dark. - Co-Mike
Jun 2015 - $23.00
Stayed here for a week. Good Wi-Fi service, but it's not free. Wi-Fi goes through TengoInternet, so we got a Boingo Wireless account for $10 a month, which is cheaper than the park's weekly rate. No real cell coverage for Verizon.
New pool is great. Huge, clean, well staffed by lifeguards. Only $2.50 if you go between 4 and 7 PM. Access to lots of hiking trails from the park. Also a short drive to more hiking at Cumberland Falls State Park.
Laundry facilities were excellent. Stayed on a fairly level site at the beginning of the back section. This section is more wooded and quiet.
Overall, a great place to stay for a week. - tripster
Jun 2016 - $17.00
Stayed two nights in the 50-amp camp and really enjoyed the peace and quiet. Everything worked as expected; cable was very good. Ample room for walking the dog along the creek or on the gravel roads. - mrsweeble
Jun 2016 - $46.00
We are Passport America Lifetime members and have stayed at this member park in the past. To be honest, at PA half-price it is adequate and a convenient stop on I-75, but if you compare it to another campground in the area and the amenities they offer for a couple of $$ more than this campground, there is no comparison. No restrooms, no showers, weak to nil WiFi and poor cable service in an open treeless field with gravel roads and semi-level gravel pads. We stay in approximately 25 to 35 campgrounds a year and this campground at full price is by far the worst value we have come across. - Adirondack Jack
May 2016 - $19.00
We have stayed here several times. each time the park seems to go downhill a little more. This time, the fence at the entrance had boards coming off, the sites could use more gravel as they were very muddy. Wi-Fi was none existent. Good AT&T as well as power and water pressure. We stayed here in a 40 ft rig. - walt66
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
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
Jun 2016 - $26.00
This is a beautiful campground. I note that some people complained "there is nothing to do." Well, if you're like us, then that's what you're looking for! National Forest campgrounds are NOT highly developed campgrounds w/lots of activities. Sites are large and wooded. However, there were a couple of issues: Several people let their dogs go unrestrained and the campground hosts even stopped to chat with the campers and never did or said anything about it. We have 2 dogs - we love dogs, but we keep ours safe & restrained. Second, there were two groups of multi-site campers above & below us, and they got pretty loud. I think that's just something to keep in mind for this campground, where lots of locals come for boating. But again, the hosts seemed oblivious to the noise. Would like to give everything 5 stars, but couldn't do that, mainly because of the dog problem. Finally, we would prefer a site that is not multi-tiered and if we were to return would make sure we pay attention to that feature. Watch out for ticks! - roydogs
Jul 2014 - $27.00
Beautiful paved sites with large patios, surrounded by gorgeous forest. Good water and power. Our site (B2) was level and easy to get into with our small RV. Most of park is for tents, with only a limited number for RVs. Toilets were located conveniently but didn't seem to be serviced regularly. Some were dirty and out of toilet paper. There is only one shower building for the entire park and the showers were dirty and some needed repair -- missing benches, spider webs, dead bugs. Camp host was pleasant and helpful. The roads are rather narrow and twisty, so I would hesitate to try to get in with a big rig. Cost reflects senior discount. - cbcon2
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
Jul 2016 - $35.00
People very friendly and helpful. I had a hard time finding this campground with my gps. The address would not come up on gps. Some sites are very tight backing into, due to the trees. - Ralph EL
Oct 2015 - $37.00
This park is a hidden gem near Cumberland Falls KY. Although about 10 miles off interstate, it is well worth the short drive. Park is beautiful with large level gravel sites. Pull-thru sites are extra long. Sites are spacious with plenty of room between neighbors. Tent sites and cabins are also available. Full hook-ups with cable available on back in sites. Camp store is well stocked and even offers fresh hot pizza. The park owner is very friendly and helpful. There is a fishing lake on the property and nice trails to follow. The laundry is clean, bath house clean and roomy. We stayed here in a 40 ft Motor home and plan to come back for a longer stay. - gleLOAL
Sep 2015 - $36.00
This is a beautiful, small campground located near the Daniel Boone Forest. It is immaculately clean with large gravel sites. It has pull-through and back-in sites with full hookups. There is room for big rigs with easy access. It has beautiful cabins also. It is gated so security is not an issue.
The owners are extremely friendly and can't do enough to make your stay great. We wish we could have stayed longer. We stayed there in a 42 foot rig. - Fire344
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