4 RV Parks near Russellville, Kentucky
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Russellville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Russellville in the left hand column.
May 2007 - $25.00
We camped here in May 2007. It had everything the website promised - water slide, man-made beach, putt-putt, 18-hole golf course right next door, etc. The problem was that most everything was a little run down - including the clientele (shirtless rednecks). Apparently, the campground went bankrupt, and just recently changed owners. We met the new owner (very nice) and he is very intent on fixing everything up - but he has his work cut out for him. We were in the nicest-looking section (#500's) - the other parts of the campground couldn't quite shake the "farm" feel to it. The downside to the #500's was how far it was to the bathhouse. Overall, lots of potential. I hope the new ownership invests some money into fixing it up a little. - kenpatriot
Jun 2010 - $19.00
Small campground right by the lake. Sits on top of the ridge by the lake and there are woods between the campground and lake. So you cannot see the lake from the campground. Short drive down to beach area for swimming and the lake is great for fishing. Campground is clean, including the bathhouse. Nice playground. Washing machine and dryer available at the bathhouse. Out in the middle of nowhere, so make sure you bring everything you need. - KentuckyCampin
Jul 2011 - $30.00
The park is about 16 miles from Clarksville TN, they offer discounts if you select a canoe package. We did not do the canoeing though. Sites were fairly level. There are sites close to the water and ones up away from the river. We chose the sites away from the river because they seemed more level and you wouldn't have a problem with bugs. We stayed a week here all in all an OK place to stay just too far from things for me. - BRANDYC
Mar 2018 - $33.00
Very good campground. It's been under new ownership since May 2016 (I'm told this formerly was a KOA). The owner and an assistant were incredibly friendly and showed us the way to our site. All sites are pull-through and FHU, and almost all sites have new picnic tables. The showers, while small, are new and clean. Each one has a chair hanging on the inside door so it doesn't take up room until you need it. (I wish they would have grab bars for us old guys.) Bathroom (separate from the several showers) appears remodeled. The office has been recently built or remodeled. It appears new gravel has been poured along some roads and sites. There is a basketball court, playground and horse shoes pit. There is a "camper kitchen" where campers can cook and serve a group in a gazebo. There appears to be a section of permanent or long-term residents. Those rigs all look fine except one or two. There is some highway noise. There are some trees but definitely no privacy. No wifi. Finding the place should be easier. If you are southbound on I-65 and exit at #6, turn right at the end of the exit ramp. There's a Pilot gas station on the left. Watch for a white, camp ground sign with a banjo on it. Turn left onto the road immediately behind the sign. The camp ground advertises bluegrass music "regularly" at a 2,500-person pavilion on the grounds. I suppose the people who stay at this park are the kind who don't mind parking their trailer maybe 30 feet from the stage. I was there on a Saturday night in March and thank heavens there was no show then. I definitely like the park and the operator, so I'd return. - John_K
Dec 2017 - $20.00
Roads into and inside the park are easy to navigate. Check in was fast and friendly, the camp hosts are from our home town of Asheville, NC and we had a great time reminiscing with them. Due to a flat tire on our way here, we were late in arriving and they were very gracious about it.
There are 78 sites, most pull through, along with a tent area and cabins. We were in Site 4, a gravel pull through with full hook-ups, no issues, and 50 amp electric. Sites are narrow, but long enough for our 37-foot Class A, tow-dolly and parking the car.
There is a large 2,500 seat music pavilion, a lake, and playground. The park is quiet. There is WiFi but you have to sign up for it on line and we were here for just one night so we didn't do that. We stayed December 4, 2017 and paid $19.50 with our Passport America discount. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Ok for an overnight stop. I called and made reservation, seemed to be a little confusion on arrival, left hand didn't talk to the right. But owners were very friendly. Spaces are tighter than what we like, fairly level sloped forward some. Very tight turn to exit from my site row, but I think I could have gone to next road and been better. Did hear a dog bark for hours late in the evening at one of the seasonal/permanent sites. Fairly clean campground, didn't use the restrooms. Probably wouldn't stop here again. - FTatcret2013