25 RV Parks near Smithland, Kentucky
We did however find 25 campgrounds within 25 miles of Smithland. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Smithland in the left hand column.
Aug 2015 - $24.00
Great place on the Ohio river our site had 50amp we had to have the front of the RV to the river which was good as the door and and windows opened on to a large area with good views of the river.
we arrived late but the owners came out and helped get the RV on the site, this is a very nice place on the river with good fishing for Carp and Catfish.
It was incredibly peaceful here with only the noise of the water, the passing barges and the coyotes in the nearby woods.
we will come back next time we come this way. - Hilary & Tony
Sep 2011 - $20.00
Nice park with riverfront sites on the Ohio River. We stayed for 1 week. We enjoyed watching the tugs and barges going up and down the river. We had nice weather, but it seemed quite breezy most times. Our site was under a security light so very bright at night. Try to avoid a site under the 2 or 3 lights. Riverfront utilities are side by side connections so you will have a close neighbor. - User2260
Jul 2011 - $23.00
Had a campsite right on the Ohio River which was kind of cool. We watched the barges go by. That is the good. Fair amount of seasonals that pretty much keep to themselves. This place floods about every Spring and this year was worse than normal. They were still recovering. Very sandy sites. Bathhouse was so far away most campers either didn't use it (us) or drove up to it. Not close to anything. Paducah is 30 minutes away and a cool place to be on a Sat. night. Probably wouldn't stay here again but if want to just hang around a campsite and watch the barges or maybe do some fishing, this would be just fine. Quiet. - welch
Oct 2017 - $55.00
Typical KOA too small with tight spaces. - Mayonurse
Jul 2017 - $40.00
The owners of this KOA are some of the nicest people we've met on our journeys. They are so friendly and treat everyone like lifelong friends. The campground is quiet and clean and just all around beautiful. There was a bronze trophy in the general store that was given to the owners for 40 years of service for KOA. That was given to them 3 years ago. These wonderful people have been doing this for a super long time and you can tell they still love it. That's impressive. - Slingshotrentals
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Older KOA that is currently "For Sale". Needs a little work. Very nice couple running the office, very friendly and helpful. Sites are very close together, and park is a little confusing to navigate without a guide. (Not sure what was a road, and what was a "site".) Getting in our spot was a little difficult as we had to dodge trees and bushes. Tree branches at the entrance could use a trim, as well as some of the interior tree branches. Roads were mostly crushed rock/stone, and we "barely" fit. Site was pretty level and utilities were easy to get to. Did not use any of the facilities as we were self contained. Close to the main interstate, but far enough away that you couldn't hear road noise. Only stayed one night (just passing through). - usamacdonald2
May 2017 - $27.00
Wonderful area to stop for a day or two if traveling. My wife and I were in town for a wedding so we weren't really at the park for long periods of time however when we were there everyone was very nice and willing to help if I had any issues. I would say 3/4 of the park are permanent residents and the only visitor sides would be spots 21-28 I believe they are all pull through gravel sites but all are very level. Anyhow, close to Kentucky Damn Lake, restaurants, interstates and full hook ups. Sites are a little narrow but wide enough to put slides out. We would return again if passing through for a break. - Dream Coach
Oct 2015 - $26.00
We stayed here for two nights on our way to Nashville. The RV Park has about 1/3 seasonal sites, 1/3 long term and about 1/3 for overnighters. the Park is clean and neat. Wi-Fi only works in the main office or laundry room. Staff were very helpful in what to see and do in the area. Would stay here again if passing through this area. - JD1040
Mar 2014 - $25.00
We stopped here just for the night. Rate is cash. If you use plastic, it's a dollar or two more. Our pull through site was nice & level. Nice lake to walk the dog around. Staff was friendly. Although we were just off the interstate, highway noises were not a problem. Easy on & off highway. Don't think I would use this as a destination campground but would definitely stay here again when passing through. Lots of full timers. - bgw5350
Sites: 32 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 16 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $27.00
I did not know what to expect at this park because they do not make reservations. Six big rigs came in together to watch the eclipse. We found the park to be clean and pleasant. There were a few longer term renters but no issues there. Nice pads; easy parking. Great hiking/biking trail starts at edge of park. - Couch9748
Jun 2017 - $24.00
This is a bare bones park, payment is made to a drop box. $10 off per night with Passport America membership number, even though not listed as a participant. Camp sites are fairly level and easy to access. Utilities are properly located and are good. Grass and gravel were well maintained. Excellent location for access to "The Land Between the Lakes" slightly south of I-24. - Teacher's Pet
Nov 2016 - $27.00
The name of this park was changed to "Tween the Lakes Campground". There isn't a sign at the road, but it is the first road South of the interstate behind the restaurant. This park has made several changes from when we stopped two years ago. The roads have new gravel and most of the long term trailers are gone. There are new tables and fire rings at each site. It is self pay and you chose the site you want. Each site is full hook-ups and there are not any restrooms. Most sites are pull through concrete pads, long enough for the motorhome and toad. Wifi is very good. Very good for a over night stop. We will stay here again. - iboat2
Aug 2017 - $23.00
Very quiet. Very restful. Nice place to camp close to city and shopping, great place to fish. - Johnjean
Jun 2017 - $23.00
This is a very large and spacious campground conveniently located by Kentucky Dam Village. Restrooms are average and a little run down, but adequate. Spaces are large and some are shaded. Hookups are very far from the sites but the campground is very relaxed about putting your camper where you need to in order to hook up. If you are a bird watcher, there is great variety here. It's a quiet, peaceful place to relax. - JMills
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This is a older campground that hasn't kept up with changing trends in RVing. Electric and Water hookups were a stretch to get to. We backed up almost to the end of the pad so the electric would connect. Electric held 30 amp service.
Before I go on, we stayed on a holiday weekend and the place was overrun. My guess is that under normal non-holiday times the park is large and roomy.
With the crowd, I have to give the staff a pass on the cleanliness of the bathhouses.
They are still old and in need of refurbishment.
Just driving in and out of the park was challenging with bikes and all golf carts.
Not for us. Won't be back. - Melbroo
Apr 2013 - $23.00
Showers and restrooms were not open, which was not disclosed to us when we checked in. Had to try multiple sites before finding one with both working water and electric. Site was nice and level. They were very nice folks and when we asked about check-out time pretty much said whenever as there was no one there. - Gail K
Nov 2017 - $34.00
Great for an overnight stop. Longer than that....Staff was very accommodating and friendly. Nice folks. Camp was Easy to get in and out. This is mostly a long term or seasonal Campground. Lots of full time long term set ups at the back and sides. People were friendly enough. You are camped next to an insurance auto auction. One thing we found was that their rules were rather unique. We suggest you read and heed them. You just never know. Ex: If Lady Luck frowns on you and you end up incarcerated, you will already know that your visit at The Duck is terminated. Tips for a peaceful stay: Keep that shirt on and quit honking your horn. Leave the critters in the pond alone. Muskrats (are not the lovers the Captain & Tanille sang off) they will bite - KodiTzu
Nov 2017 - $34.00
We have stayed here in the past and this will be my last. The senior Lady who checked me in put me in a site to short so I had to go back to office to be reassigned a new site. I had to wait 15 minutes while she called for help. The laundry room was disgusting with dead bugs on window sills and overflowing garbage. The site was muddy and dog poo was all over thanks to the shepherd next to me. I mentioned it to a employee who commented dogs will be dogs. The park has new owners the last few years and it shows. - Seamstress
Nov 2017 - $34.00
The park sits along side a very busy 4 lane road with big trucks going all day and night. The park shares a road with a auto salvage business. The park is mostly long term with sites for over night people. The biggest complaint I had was unruly children running all over. I watched 3 small girls playing around rigs after dark and no parents in sight. I tried using the restrooms but they were dirty. I left and went to another park in town and was satisfied that I left. - Solorver97
Nov 2017 - $20.00
We stopped for a couple of days on our way elsewhere...there were only 3 spots taken out of 212....it's had to review when it's not busy but I would think that during the summer and weekends it could be very busy and hard to get around...some of the sites are short and close together, most are level and have some shade....our site was large, and a lot of shade and the services worked great....showers were clean but I like more hot water when showering but it was ok...we had AT&T Cell signal and used our hot spots for WiFi....picked up a few channels with our antenna....easy access off the parkway and a lot in the area to see.... - smoky40
Sep 2017 - $20.00
I imagine this would be a fun place for a family that is going to spend the day at the lake and then sit around in the evenings letting the kids run amok and get to know their VERY CLOSE in proximity neighbors. Fortunately when we were here this week, there were only 6 out of 200 sites occupied so we slept well. There were camp hosts but they never approached us.
It is laid out in a grid pattern with narrow roads and short parking pads making it difficult to back in even with our smaller trailer. The rest rooms were passable, the showers were not. Screen doors are warped so bugs and frogs were inside. Second Kentucky State park this year: they need to update. It was okay for an overnight but the gates were not locked and no security ever passed, making it unlikely we will stop again. - Hidden Barb
Jun 2012 - $25.00
We camped here in a heat wave and their 30 amp was terrific. There are shade trees and spaces are large. It is close to Kentucky Lake with a swimming beach. We would stay here again, but no need to pay $7.50 for reservations. There seem to be plenty of spaces open. - dd2some
May 2014 - $10.00
Small campground on Lake Barkley in the trees. A little rough around the edges but had lots of beautiful birds. The hosts were very nice but the computer took an extremely long time to register us. As we began showering at 8AM, the cleaning woman came in, plugged in her religious country music and began cleaning. Each sink she rinsed, each toilet she flushed, resulted in a change in water temperature and pressure. Hey COE, it is not okay to scald your patrons! Here's a novel idea - schedule a time for cleaning the restrooms so there's no conflict. Here's another - install regulators on the showers. The bath house appears old and has had many repairs but everything worked. We camped here with friends. The lawn between our sites and the lake had very deep ruts from vehicles being driven on the wet ground. One of our sites was impossible to level in. About half the sites would present a leveling challenge. Smaller campers would do better here. Sites 23-26 are on a loop and more private. Each site had two tables, one conveniently near the fire pit. No trash cans in camping area, you must take it to the dumpster by the dump station. - L. Allen
Aug 2010 - $12.00
Very small COE park, busy on weekends with locals but quiet during week. Wonderfully friendly and helpful workcampers/staff. Rate is with Senior Pass. Nice gravel sites, most with lake front access, good if you have boat. Stable electric, good water pressure. All sites accommodate small to medium size tents, trailers and RVs. Park is not really for big rigs. Only a couple sites fit big rigs and you must be very careful backing into sites due to large ditches on either side of the narrow main road. Don't believe what Reserve America says about the site length: call and talk to the park personnel directly. You need to be part mountain goat to use a couple of the pull through sites. Swimming area is mucky, needs sand in beach area and is full of goose droppings. Small playground for kids but nothing else. Too many trees for satellite. Bathrooms/showers older but clean. Sign posted says: “Please keep doors closed to keep out snakes.” OOOWWW!!! - paularonson
Jul 2008 - $20.00
We camped here in site #6 in a 32ft TT. The site has a beautiful view of the lake. The camp site is very level on a chip gravel surface. The camp site is rather tricky getting into due to the narrow camp drive. Some of the other spots looked very hard to get into some big campers might have some trouble. The bathrooms were very clean but need some shelves in the bath stalls so you can set shower stuff on. Beach is yucky, so you probably want to go to the Kentucky Dam's beach to swim. There isn't a whole lot to do for younger kids the campground has a slide and another child's playground toy. (Manual merry go round.) Dumping can be a pain as you have to make a circle to get back around to the dump station, but the dump station looks new. This is a great campground if your bringing your boat because it has two boat ramps and extra parking but that parking is a short distance from the camp sites. Nice campground for people without children or children that have enough patience to sit and fish. PS: Fishing from the bank was great. - kwnd623
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Nice clean, well kept, no frills RV park. Owners were very friendly and helpful. We stayed during the eclipse so the park was full. Only complaint was low voltage at the pedestal which often was below 110 volts and created some problems for our satellite receiver. It was very hot (90+), so this may not have been a problem with the parks electrical system. We had a corner site which did have one small willow tree that offered a little bit of shade in the morning. - Daryn
Aug 2017 - $45.00
We stayed at this park to view the total solar eclipse. They were totally booked, which probably explains the rate given. The staff were excellent hosts for the event, even cooking a lunch available for a small cost. Note that access from the major highways and travelling to town involve two lane country roads. The park is totally out in the country and surrounded by soybean fields. Also note that the park is near an auto race track & drag strip. It was somewhat noisy on Saturday night during the races, but it quieted down quickly a little after 10 pm. - one_strange_texan
Jun 2017 - $27.00
Pretty low-key out of the way campground. Not much to do in area, but this was just an overnight stop for us. Roads from interstate were good, but a little tight. Nice owners. - Eagles Fan