12 RV Parks near Munfordville, Kentucky
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Munfordville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Munfordville in the left hand column.
Jul 2016 - $32.00
We stayed here while visiting Mammoth Cave National Park, about 15 minutes away. Access from the interstate is easy but the entrance road is somewhat steep when entering the park. The park is set on the side of a large hill with the parking spaces and roadways terraced into the hill. I liked the unusual layout. The roads approaching and exiting the park are asphalt. The interior roads are gravel. Our site had a large puddle in front of our door that required me to relocate slightly after it rained. The dump station on the exit road is located on the curb side, the wrong side for my trailer. I could connect with a long hose but the outlet on my trailer was on the high side, so that the tank would not completely drain. I had to exit the park then re-enter in the opposite direction so that the sewer connection would be on the downhill side. - R V Camper
May 2016 - $32.00
Most of the sites were closed for repair prior to the Memorial Day weekend so we were in the lower very open sites closest to the interstate. Lots of grass and open spaces in this lower section (8-10 sites) but no trees or shade. Pull through the sites are easy to get in to and relatively level. Down side was the hwy noise all night and the noise from the animals in the on-site barnyard. I'm guessing the roosters started crowing, the ducks quacking like crazy and the donkeys braing starting at 2:30am (probably because of the high intensity yard lights they probably thought it was morning) were more than we could sleep through. Probably the upper part of the park, that was closed at the time, is much nicer and quieter. We stayed here to visit Mammoth Caves and the Abraham Lincoln birthplace and childhood home parks. We might stay again if we could stay in the upper section. - Corona-travels
Jul 2015 - $40.00
I like this KOA but it comes with some caveats. Good things include wide enough roads to maneuver, nice pool and other activities for the kids, including a very worn mini-golf course. My only real hesitation is the lack of level sites. We stayed in one of the ten full hookup pull-throughs at the lowest level. I was able to level my 5er by lowering the nose landing gear fully. I don't like doing that, but at least I was able to get level. Some of the other campsites up the hill were laughable. Many slope both front to rear and side to side. Granted most of these were their smaller sites but still, do some leveling before graveling in these sites. We also rented one of their cabins for a few days and it was very nice for about $100 per night. Wi-Fi connected okay but seldom provided an Internet connection. Both Verizon and AT&T had good signals. There is road noise from nearby I-65 too. The KOA put on a very nice fireworks show on the 4th. I'd stay here again but be ready for leveling challenges. - Danno
May 2017 - $34.00
Excellent park with good wifi, clean showers/bathrooms, and level sites. The dog park was very nice and a fairly large area capable of handling a few larger dogs at full run. - pwr
May 2017 - $36.00
Nice park, professionally run. Great for visiting Mammoth Cave. We recommend. - BigDawg1
Apr 2017 - $38.00
Great place to stay when visiting Mammoth and other caves in the area. Good free internet. This is a newer campground. It was well thought out with wide roads, all sites full hookup, level and pull through. Easy in and out. There are workout equipment and a pool table. - Vernadene
Jun 2017 - $75.00
More expensive than we usually like to pay, but includes use of two pools, spray park, water slide, Mini golf, basketball and volleyball courts and many planned activities for kids. Grandkids loved it. Also very convenient to Mammoth Cave tours. Water wars week was a ton of fun. Nice level site with shade. - suzeeque
Apr 2016 - $47.00
We love this park and come back every year over our boys' spring break. They love the campground more than Mammoth Cave. :) Lots of activities! Very clean! Nice sites! - Kadavis08
Apr 2016 - $44.00
In area to tour Mammoth Cave. Decent campground, lots of activities and friendly helpful staff. Liked had heated pool open early in season. Close to whatever needed, good cable TV, internet was hit/miss ! - tncampin family
Jun 2017 - $29.00
Extremely nice owners. Smaller park with fishing pond. A few longer term residents with more run down units. Stayed 2 nights. - sjwake
Jun 2017 - $29.00
Very clean, neat and manicured. We had site #41 which is a pull through and, lucky for us, the 'porch' side was very big because there was an underground pipe between us and the next RV. It made it very comfortable. However, the RV on the other side of us was VERY close and it must have felt crowded for them. Site was just shy of level. Not bad. There was no cable and on-again, off-again Wifi. We got about 20 channels with OTA. Verizon cell signal was super weak. The staff are wonderfully friendly and helpful with information about the area. And, speaking of the area - it is beautiful! Mammoth National Park is just down the street from the rv park. We would definitely go back. - jomark
May 2017 - $19.00
We were greeted by a very friendly man in the office. We were assigned to a site beside the barn and told we should have no problem with satellite. The site was so unlevel that our coach couldn't level without the front being so far off the ground I could barely get in the door. The power cord went through a broken hole in the barn and you went into the back of the barn to plug in. Very strange. Wifi was good because it was mounted beside us on the barn. There were some decent level sites that were booked by a group. Not sure we will be back. - YorkieRVer
May 2015 - $21.00
Tiny, quirky, and delightful! This unusual property is being revamped by new owners. We scored last minute reservations here on a busy holiday weekend when all other campgrounds were overbooked and overpriced. The property is situated around tiny rock cabins, originally built in the 1930's. Full hookup RV sites are located between and behind the cabins. A large adjacent field also accommodates tent campers. Owner and his dog, Harvey, make the rounds regularly to stop and chat and make their guests feel welcome. He even let our buddy pitch a tent in our site for no extra charge. The property is a little overgrown at the far edges, and a couple of ancient campers are scattered about waiting for renovation. But all that adds to the oddball quirkiness of the place, which we loved! One of the staff gave an aerial show with his RC planes, a group of fire jugglers entertained us in the field at night, and there was a swell fireworks display for Memorial Day. It's cute, it's odd, and it's just our style. - Flying Mantis
Mar 2017 - $20.00
Great stop for cave tours. Dry camp only, but plenty of water faucets and restrooms nearby. Lots of trees, no satellite service. Spotty cell service. Lots of firewood stacked throughout the campground, free for the taking. It takes an effort to find a level friendly site. - rvrrat520
May 2016 - $10.00
Great spot for staying while exploring Mammoth Cave. Campground is a short walk from visitor center where all guided tours of the cave start.
If you are into birding there are many different species you can watch from your campsite. There are also miles hiking trails but make sure you take an underground cave tour. We've taken two. and hope to to back and take another.
There are no hookups so if you need AC or water at your site then check the other campgrounds in the area. Just remember it's a few miles onto the park so you will need to drive in from other campgrounds.
During the season you will need to book your stay through reserveamerica.com. Off season (check with them for dates) you can usually just drive in and pick a site.
Sites are among the trees so there is plenty of shade on most sites.
Sites are packed stone and you will need to do some minor leveling on most sites if RVing it.
IMPORTANT!!! There is poison ivy growing on the trees at almost every site!!! Be especially aware if you have small children that may go near it.
This is a National Park so they wont do anything about it.
Campground has water, dump station, and a small general store.
I gave it a rating of 8 since there aren't hook-ups on the sites (although water and dump station are available) and there's poison ivy all over the place. - Old Radios
Oct 2015 - $20.00
This NPS Park is really beautiful! It's dry camping at its best. Shade everywhere, quiet, clean, and friendly. Our 28' Allegro had enough room to maneuver the loops, but be forewarned, tree limbs are everywhere. Light scratching to your rig may occur. A $5 bundle of firewood bought at the camp store will last about an hour or so. No outside wood should be brought in due to the emerald ash borer bug. Didn't need the showers, but the price is now $3 for 10 minutes. Dump station and potable water are available at the entrance at no cost. 2 sites at the entrance are full hookup, but $50 per night. Lots are really large, all are paved. Quiet time 10pm to 6am was respected. - mjngerti
Sep 2016 - $12.00
We really loved the views from most everywhere in the park. Each campsite was clean and spacious. Each is equipped with water and electric except for a few tent sites. People brought their boats and there was easy access to putting them in the water. There's a lovely beach we did not take advantage of swimming there. We found it very comfortable, quiet and people were very friendly. We would strongly recommend this location to people but be aware there is no cell reception. You would want to come well-equipped with supplies. - John-Jean
Jun 2016 - $10.00
An older Corps park. Many sites not very level. Quite tight, compared to other Corps parks. In need of some basic maintenance (doesn't look like grass has been cut in weeks). Mostly locals who camp here often, and all seem to know each other, but lots of families and well behaved kids.
Not many sites that are big rig friendly, and a dump station that is very difficult to get in to. (We found it easier to just use our porta tank).
We generally prefer the COEs, but won't return to this one. - Mark&Jane
May 2015 - $10.00
Just like every other COE CG that we have ever stayed in, this park is clean, very well maintained, and has plenty of room in each spot. As usual for COE it is one the water with many water front spots.
This is also only 4 miles from Mammoth Caves NP. You use a free ferry to enter the park via what amounts to a back door. The way to the ferry is a bit complicated so be sure to get good directions from the people at the campground. - agesilaus
Sep 2016 - $22.00
Great site - 3 bath houses, all sites very long. A lot of folks bring their boat and in many cases room for RV and boat on site. Picnic table, fire ring. Sites have great level portion - but while most are long, not all are level across the length. Great use of trees. Several sites in A loop immediately next to Nolin reservoir shore. Easy access from I65 or Bluegrass Parkway. For RVs of any size. Every site has dry gravel patio as well. - KB Farms
Jun 2017 - $1.00
The park is staffed by very nice people but the sites are very close together. A motorhome parked next to us and I can reach out my window and practically touch their awning. Personally I would appreciate larger sites. - Kathib
May 2017 - $1.00
Stayed during Memorial Day weekend. There were numerous activities planned for adults and kids. Live band on Saturday night & a memorial service on Monday to honor our service men & women. Park staff was very friendly and we had our choice of sites which we were escorted to, to make sure we chose one that would work. The pool, playground, common areas are clean and well maintained. - rracer5
May 2017 - $45.00
This is one of those parks that greatly varies in site quality and privacy. We got very lucky and got into site 602 which is on the top of a hill on the southwest side of the property. There are a couple of permanent residences nearby but your patio side looks out onto nothing but mountains and trees. Nobody nearby made a bit of noise the two weeks we were there. It was like our own little home for a while and made this stay bearable. If you are staying more than a night it is worth it to drive around and see what's open. This site 602 was quite unlevel side to side but not a problem. That being said, most of the other sites here are just standard spacing with a few pull-throughs and back-ins. Many sites seemed very unlevel. The park itself just looks tired. You drive in past the most ridiculous looking decrepit mini-golf and it doesn't get better. The pool (granted not quite pool season in KY) was half full of thick green water. The buildings look like they are never used. You can tell there are a few permanent residents here that try their best, but this park really needs an investment injection to compete in today's market. The fact they charge a $4/day resort fee is laughable. Add that to the standard rate of $45 per day and it just doesn't compute. We did get a passport America discount for 5 days and a weekly rate that was slightly less. But the resort fee is fixed. There is huge potential here since this is actually located within the Mammoth Cave national park, I hope they improve. Water pressure on the hill was poor. Water pump required for showers. The staff were all very nice and helpful. Very easy access for any size rig. - leemhicks
Jun 2017 - $26.00
Our third year visiting Nolin Lake SP; it has become an annual trip for us because of the draw of the serenity of the lakefront sites. This is a small park, with nicely kept grounds, in an out-of-the-way location. We like the fact that the park has restricted the boat parking to the parking lot, rather than them being scattered all along the roadways. I understand that's not as convenient for those with boats (I guess...), but it sure improves the character of the park. There is NO AT&T mobile signal at site 21; Verizon does work. OTA TV will get a few channels at night, with our new TT having a signal booster (the previous unit received nothing). Webb's Grocery is 3 miles away for necessities. Camp office sells ice and firewood (and laundry soap...of all things...they don't have any W/D... weird). There is a boat rental facility called Moutardier Marina (prunounced Moody Deer ;-) on the other side of the lake that is very affordable for pontoon rental and is about a 20/25 minute drive from the campground. There are also a handful of little country diners on that route. For the quality of the site, with waterfront view and access, with W/E hookup for under $30/night, clean facilities and nice folks, we think Nolin Lake is hard to beat. - fastalker64
Apr 2017 - $13.00
This turned out to be a great time of year to visit. The price reflects a "By One Get One" discount. The lake was beautiful even though it was not yet at summer pool, plus the trees were not leafed out yet so we had a nice view of the water and rock formations. This must be on a flyway, we woke up to so many different bird songs every morning. The sites are spacious and our site was level. Our fire pit was full of ashes but someone came out right away to empty it for us. Also, the trail head is very close by, nice hiking. Only (minor) drawback is that we had no AT&T service, which is to be expected. You can get service about 3 miles up the road. - janci
Oct 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here and visited Mammoth Cave and towns nearby on Hwys 65 and 31. The drive to Mammoth Cave was about 20 miles. There is not a Walmart close. The grocery stores in Brownsville will have everything needed. They will not be open very late though. Nice place to stay for a visit to the Lake or Cave. A long way from I 65 for a one night stop over. Site 5 was easy in for our MH. Could not lock on Dish 119 due to trees. - jwindham