7 RV Parks near McKee, Kentucky
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of McKee. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near McKee in the left hand column.
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
Mar 2012 - $30.00
Beautiful campground back in the Kentucky hills. Caters to the climbers coming to the area to climb. We stayed here just one night. The RV sites are pull through but tricky to get in/out off. Bathrooms/showers were good. Make sure you walk around the lake. Chatted quite a bit with host, a very nice person. - The GeoDrop
Oct 2010 - $18.00
We stayed at Lago Linda's for about 5 weeks while rock climbing at the Red River Gorge. The owner (Linda Black) gave us a discount rate for our extended stay. This really isn't much of an RV park, but it can accommodate small trailers and class C. The access road is essentially a driveway and the campsites are tight. We stayed here in a 34' 5th wheel and just were able to get into the site. The site was definitely long enough. The dump station is only accessible using a portable holding tank. It is a beautiful location, but does need some maintenance. The bathrooms and showers didn't get cleaned on the weekend. This does seem a bit odd as it is the busiest time. I think there was to be someone cleaning, but I don't think it got done. There is a weekday housekeeper who does an excellent job. This park is primarily used by rock climbers who are in the area to climb and it is very busy on the weekends. I hiked a couple of the trails with our dogs and had to do a bit of bush whacking because they hadn't been cleared since last winter. The Wi-Fi was down for much of our stay here. For weekenders this may not be much of an issue, but since we stayed long term, it was very frustrating. Lago Linda Hideaway also rents cabins and has plenty of tent camping space. We would probably stay here again but mostly because the choices in the area are limited. - peg513
Jun 2009 - $25.00
The campground is about 30 minutes south of the Natural Bridge SP, down narrow winding roads. Sites are small and dotted with trees. There isn't a view from the campground, although the website states it is nestled on a ridge. Trails were overrun, so we couldn't use them. We couldn't find the canoe, and the paddle boat was filled with stagnant water so we couldn't use those as offered, either. There is a very small bathroom with two bath stalls and one shower. Clean, but dated. No store or playground. Wi-fi worked intermittantly. Nearest town for food was Beattyville, about 20 minutes away. A stray dog and cat kept close to our site begging for food; a little concerning with children. We would not stay here again, but instead, would choose the campground at the SP. - bbcaao
May 2017 - $47.00
Nice clean campground that you would expect from KOA. Site was level pull through but very tight with FHU & 50 amp. Restrooms/Showers very neat and clean. Campground has lots to do for the whole family. Very easy off/on I-75 - Barry3putt
Mar 2017 - $43.00
This is a nice park with shaded pull thru sites. The attendants were very nice and helpful. I am not a big fan of KOA and so not a member and therefore no discount but this park provided full hook up with cable for $43 which seemed reasonable. - Discus 277
Oct 2016 - $43.00
The entrance and exit roads are a bit steep but doable. The roads could be wider. Not much swing room to get out of site.
Office staff friendly and quick check-in. - Jane-D100
Sep 2016 - $17.00
It was a bit confusing on where to check-in. The campground is on your right as you are coming down the road from I-75, we drove through, and there was no place to check-in, we pulled out and noticed another sign on the right, telling you that check-in was on the left side of the road at the ticket office. Once we checked-in, (and they do not carry change, if you use cash!) we drove back out to the campground. A small park, with long pull through gravel sites and roads. Site was level, good hook ups, and all worked as expected. Some sites are shorter than others, but we fit without having to unhook the toad. Interior roads are a bit narrow, but easy to navigate. WiFi worked great. This is a beautiful area and will be back to explore another time! - Vicki K
Sep 2016 - $40.00
The campground is very easy access from I-75 as it is right off the highway with good roads. Internal roads and sites are gravel and were a bit dusty as it had been quite dry when we were there and campground and sites were easy to navigate. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and were able to navigate the park and site without difficulty. As previously noted, the campground is across the road from the ticket office where one registers. There is a section of the campground for seasonal rentals and another section for overnight stays. There are three different lengths of sites in this section with several being 100 ft. Utilities and sewer hook-up were good and site was level. No amenities to speak of but an easy overnight stop. Wifi worked fine for email and internet surfing. We would stay here again. - LvR
Aug 2016 - $17.00
Although this is just an open field type park, the spaces are wide and gravel. The Internet, water, power, and sewer work fine and it is easy to get in and out of. There are lots of shows and museums in the area. - Jimjul
Jul 2016 - $26.00
Pros: Easy on/off from I-75, and only $26/night.
The woman at check in was on the phone and helping me, but she put me close to the one bathhouse, and a little shade, which was an upgrade without changing the price.
Cons: Showers only had a short bench for your stuff. Had to try 3 showers to be able to control the temperature. Shower head is 8 feet up so no adjusting it.
Didn't seem to be a lot of vacationers staying; mostly full timers. - kidphd
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Older campground at Exit 78. Has a small store and hardware store next door. Laundry, two swimming pools, large tent area and RV storage. No WiFi while we were here. Easy access to I-75 or historical area. Spaces close together, old-tree shade covers half the park. Workers occupy the side of the park opposite the pull-thrus. Local car wash next door. Fairly quiet even though it is off a busy highway. It rained hard while we were here but the water drained off quickly. We spent 3 nights there. - Ginger C Brown
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Very small spaces, the adjacent site's sewer hose was right next to the picnic table. Their "rules" state pets must be on leashes and never left unattended. But several cats were running loose, and two dogs in an outdoor pen(also against the rules) and another two small dogs came running after us as I walked my dogs. Maybe long term guests don't have to follow the rules. Would not recommend this park to anyone with pets. - Ljbtn
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We spent 3 nights here exploring the great town of Berea. Not the best park but it was quiet. No sewer & dump station does not have water. No wifi. Worker met us and directed us to our spot. Pull thru sites. Only water & electric. Full hooks with sewer were all full with what appears to be full time residents. Same rate with or without sewer. Not sure we'd stay here again. Looks rough all around. Needs a good grooming. We stayed in a motorhome. - Lazyp123
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Not a bad park by any means, we've stayed in far worse. But pros and cons about balance out.
- Close to interstate and Walmart and lots of fast food restaurants
- Friendly and helpful managers
- Neatly mown and clean grounds
- Good price, $25 for water/electric or full-hookup sites. Unfortunately all full-hookup sites taken by long-term RV's.
- All sites easy to get in and out, mostly pull-thrus.
- No full-hookup sites available, all taken up by long-term RVs
- They have a dump station but there is no water available to rinse hoses
- All buildings rather (to very) run down.
- All bath/shower(?) rooms stay locked, cannot access.
- All ground very flat so if rainy weather there is some standing water
Overall not a bad park for overnight or short stays. - rdkeith
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We arrived in rainstorm and paid cash to owner who greeted us in her truck. It appears she may have been on her way out when we arrived. Handed over cash with no paperwork and took pull-thru for the one night we stayed. Hard to judge the campground since everything was muddy and full of puddles due to the rain. Wi-fi was iffy. - Da Keeffes
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