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Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $33.00
Really enjoyed this Thousands Trail campground, although it is a little dated. Have a late check-in box where they provide all the information in an easy-to-read envelope. Campsites are first-come, first-served. Even distribution of pull-through and back-in. The site we had appeared level but just about maxed-out our A-frame jack. Grounds were very clean and quiet despite being about 75% full. Large playground for 5+ year old. Miniature golf course (we didn’t play). Clean pool area (closed for season). Lots of green space. No issues with electric. Water pressure low. Sewage very clean. Able to get 3-channels of very clear TV for morning news. Dated but very clean and nice showers and laundry facilities. 10 minute drive to Mammoth Cave, 2 minute drive to privately owned Diamond Caverns, and 20 minutes to grocery. Note that campground office is on main road (opposite; large white building) before you turn into campgrounds. We camped 3 weekend nights. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $1.00
Rate reflects Thousand Trails rate and rating reflects value for price paid. This is a nice Thousand Trails Park with a nice pool (hot tub has been closed), mini-golf and plenty of fairly flat spots (and plenty of not-so-flat spots too). We loved that it was close to the Interstate and attractions yet far enough to be quiet. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $1.00
Rate reflects TT membership. Nice little park with people who take pride in their park. Grounds well kept but some sites need work on being level. Water pressure needs improvement, also. Pool nice and they make sure your informed on all activities. Will return when in the area. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $25.00
We had fun at this park. The sites that we stayed in was adequate in terms of being level and long enough to support a longer rig. We liked that they offered entertainment, and the pool was really fun. They need to come up with a better system of updating and maintaining the bathroom facilities. A major plus about this campsite is that it is so close to Mammoth Cave National Park. As such, we really enjoyed the ample opportunities for hiking and exploring. We are big fans of Karaoke, and this campground offers Karaoke once a week. I would stay here again. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $19.00
Rate reflects a Passport America discount. Okay for an overnight stay. Sites not level, so check before choosing your site. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $20.00
The attraction to "Diamond Caverns Resort And Golf Club" is it being near Mammoth Cave Park. Diamond Caverns did not meet "Resort" expectations. Most things are outdated and run down. Our "resort" picnic table at our site was literally crumbling apart with age and neglect. Upon arrival the office provided a map (after drawing in the roads which did not appear on this outdated map), and basically said, just go in the campground and choose anything that is empty. Upon entering, a staff member caught up with us on a golf cart and took me around to see available sites. Most not very level. Staff were friendly to a point. After a couple days, one asked my opinion of the park and when I pointed out the advertised hot tub does not work he replied it has been down for 5 years as it now does not meet state handicap requirements. I pointed out finding a level spot was not easy to which he was indifferent. They clearly are not interested in knowing missed expectations to make improvements. Finally, I have discovered this is a Thousand Trails associated park and one of the staff could not seem to accept that I was not interested in TT. I think I now understand the TT relationship to supply and demand. With only a handful of these TT associated parks in any given state, they are in high demand by those with TT membership. Hence the sorry state of the campground as there is little incentive to attract customers. They are already plentiful because of TT. I would not stay here again. Price reflects PA. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014
Late April stay. Approximately half full, mostly older folks, good access for longer rigs. We chose A3, which was a back-in site. The back-ins are all angled with no obstructions at the front corners. We found the sites to be extremely narrow at 15-20 feet between sites. Pull-through' also seemed rather tight on width. There are some nice full hookup sites with more privacy clustered near the laundry/bathhouse further in. Staff seemed friendly and helpful. Hours at the check-in office were randomly kept. Posted sign on door advised of "winter hours" and "choose your site, register later". Amenities were old. Mystery yellow rope surrounded playground with no signage. Chain tire swing was broken. All else seemed in working condition so we let our boys play in it. Pool was not functioning. We saw staff working on the surface paint. Assuming it was being prepped for season. Signal for AT&T was almost non-existent. One bar or none. Our Verizon based MiFi had good signal and reasonable speeds which tended to slow down in the evenings as traffic increased. Still we were able to stream video without to much problem. Access to Mammoth Cave is 13 mins or so. There is a incredibly nice bike path that runs along the road, but, alas, no bikes for Mom and Dad. Price reflects Thousand Trails Zone Pass. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $3.00
Rate reflects TT rate. Not quite sure what constitutes a "Resort" they don't have anything that most other parks have. Their sauna doesn't work and didn't the last time we were here a year or so ago. The hot tub doesn't work and didn't last time. They do have a work out room. WIFI is only available in the work out room area. Bath house up front is outdated but the one in the back is worse. Good place to spend a couple of days to see the sites but wouldn't spend a long time here. Went to see Mammoth Cave after passing the signs on the highway for MANY years. Worth the visit. Especially if you have a National parks pass. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $25.00
This appeared to be the closest campground to Mammoth Caves which was very convenient. Staff was friendly and courteous. Everything was as advertised. Clean facilities, friendly staff and family-friendly atmosphere. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $1.00
TTN rate. Campground is close to Mammoth Cave and other caves in the area. Not much has changed since our last visit here. Interior roads are rough, and there are no activities. Check-in went smoothly, and there were plenty vacancies. Ticks were there to greet us, but bug spray kept them at bay. The golf course is slightly better kept than two years ago, and lots of players this week. Campground host was very helpful and made regular rounds every day. The laundry and restrooms/showers were clean. The mowers were working all week, first doing sites then the huge open field. On the air HDTV was good, and our wi-fi devices pulled in a fair signal. We spent a relaxing week touring caves and hiking in the area. Bowling Green is a close drive to visit the Corvette Museum and GM's Corvette Assembly Plant, both great fun. We will stop here when back in the area. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $17.00
Friendly staff. Large pull-through sites. Nice view of green area. Cost reflects Passport America discount. Close to Bowling Green and Corvette Museum. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012
There are but a few things I can add that haven't already been said. First the good news...the pool is open and functional and best yet appears to be getting serviced. My rate is $0 due to being a member of 1000 Trails. Now for the bad. As in most areas of Kentucky the Lone Star Tick is plentiful and hungry. There are a number of areas in the campground that are not being mowed frequently. One of the camp hosts noted earlier in the week when we arrived that our area had not been mowed and acted as though he were going to take care of it. I've yet to see a mower being used other then the front lawn in the six days we've been here. The weeds are up over my knee in our site. I'm now covered with at least a dozen ugly looking welts caused by these voracious critters. It's currently 1:25 AM and because I can't sleep you are hopefully getting the benefit of my experience. My recommendation is to stay away from this campground until they learn how to start their mowers and get all the grass cut on a regular basis. The way they take care of their lawn is unfortunately in many ways indicative of the condition of the campground. It's easy to see how this was once quite a nice destination and could have been called a resort. Now I'd be hard pressed to recommend it as a campground. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $21.00
Encore (TTN) park. Rate quoted is PPA. Pool not operational when we were there. Most facilities were closed (permanently?). Small campground, level gravel sites. Good Verizon voice & data. Good air TV. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $10.00
Overall this is a very pleasant campground with excellent access to Mammoth Cave National Park. Roads and sites were gravel with short concrete pads in some sites. Most sites were long enough for any rig. There were a few trees and lots of grassy areas. Restrooms were clean and functional, but showers needed some maintenance. Wonderfully quiet except Saturday afternoon when World War III broke out at a nearby shooting range. There was no Wi-Fi and my Verizon USB 760 was very slow even with my amplifier. Rate is Coast to Coast. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $10.00
It is off season so it is very quiet. Bathroom and showers are fine. Laundry is fine. Facilities are "aged" but OK. Some sites are very close together and some have more room. They let you pick your site so pick what you like that is available when you arrive. Water has a odd taste; we bought water at store for drinking. Very close to caves. Rate is Coast to Coast. We camped at Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf in a Motorhome.Undo
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