3 Parks near Staffordsville, Kentucky
Jul 2016 - $33.00
I love this campground! The sites are level, it's right by the lake and it's absolutely beautiful! Not to mention full hookups at a state park! The closest site to the water is 18, second closest is 20. - Kadavis08
Jun 2016 - $29.00
Large level site with pebble-stone pad. Only room for 1 vehicle to park on the site; visitor had to park on grass beside us. Sites 19 - 32 have good evening shade. Didn't have any tv reception with antenna. Would be willing to pay a higher camping rate if they included free internet. Beach area wasn't visible due to bushes & shrubs; would be nice if they cleared the area. Only 1 bathhouse near walk-in sites. - naturelover
Sep 2015 - $31.00
We stayed in spot #20, which is three spots down from the spot closest to the water. We didn't pay for the wifi, and had sort of good service with Verizon. Telephone and texts worked fine, and emails came in in batches.
This is an adorable little campground. I won't repeat everything that has already been posted about, except the pea gravel. It is tiny and sticks to everything. We put a bath towel on the first step into the rig, and then another bath towel at the top of the steps. This really helped get the gravel off of our feet and shoes before coming into the rig.
Sadly it rained almost the entire weekend, so we didn't get out with the dogs much. But, we were able to walk over to the marina, and see what boats could be rented, and the little restaurant that is there. We can't wait to go back next summer, rent a pontoon, and eat at the little diner.
The camp host shows true pride in the campground and his/her camp spot. Every spot has a large hanger pole,where you can hang a lantern, your family name sign, or a pretty plant. That made it feel so homey! Every spot also has a pretty large gravel patio area, with a picnic table and fire pit.
The showers aren't huge, but there are curtains between the shower and seating area. There is also a very clean little laundry room. Behind the bath/laundry house are the primitive sites, which also look so cozy!
We will definitely return!! - Nekkidfish
Oct 2013 - $28.00
Do Not take the Jenny Wiley state park route first mentioned, but come in from the east entrance. We stayed in the A section with a nice curved pull-thru for six days. Campground is well treed and basically level lots. WiFi was not at the site, but was available up near the office. Would stay here again if in the area. - Trixie47
Jun 2011 - $18.00
Nice park. If you have a big rig avoid loops B and C as there is a tight turnaround (I almost didn't make it). Stayed in one of the pull-through sites which was sort of curved, but decent. Nice trees in the area. If I came back, I'd select one of the back-in sites, they are much nicer. Corn Hole and Line Dancing is the name of the game here up until around 10:00 PM. After that it was pretty quiet. When arrived, do not follow the signs in Prestonsburg to Jenny Wiley as that will take you in the humongous loop that you'll wonder what in the world you were thinking going this way. Go East young man and come right in the back door, it's much shorter. - sixtires58
Sep 2010 - $24.00
A great park to stay in. Loop B has nicer sites space wise; loop C has some sewer hook ups; loop A is tight but has the pull through sites in it. Take the east entrance to park to avoid having to circle the entire lake with steep hills & heavy curves. Lake itself has about 50 pull off areas to make your way down to the lake to either fish or swim. Marina has a few pontoon boats for rent reasonably priced. The community pool has been closed for a long time; what a shame because with some investment could be really nice. They have a bunch of activities for the kids; they take their line dancing & corn hole VERY seriously here. Park seems to settle down pretty quickly after 10. Will be back mid summer. - makinmemories
Jun 2010 - $21.00
Wow, clean, clean, clean. probably the cleanest campground we have ever seen. Bath house and individual toilet rooms were clean and well kept. The staff is easy going and its a very quiet campground (which is what we like). The sites are easy for leveling and sufficient for 2 vehicles. The only downside is the distance from Yatesville lake (the main marina). Their dump station is accessible from either side which is nice and the sites are positioned for a decent amount of privacy. We will be back for longer visits. - MountaineerCamper
Oct 2006 - $18.00
This is a nice and clean campground with wide sites that offer privacy. We did find it not to be real child friendly. There are no activities for children except one playground, which is okay. The problem we have is that with small children we like to be close to the playground and there are NO sites even within sight of it. The bathhouses are clean but the showers are very aggravating. The way they operate is by pushing the knob and the water runs for 2 minutes or so and then goes off and needs pushed again. By the time the water is beginning to get warm it goes off again. I like to froze to death in there. For that, we will never camp there again. We keep our pontoon boat at the marina there and have found it to be closer to stay at The Falls Campground. The state park campground is quite a distance from the marina. - User202
Apr 2005 - $20.00
Very new campground with paved interior roads. The bathrooms are very big and clean. The sites are big and scenic. They have a big man made lake with fishing and a marina. Tent sites are either boat in or walk in. The RV sites are paved with a gravel patio. A few sites are double sites so they can fit 2 campers on one site. All the campsites back up to the woods. The park owned golf course is amazing. Brand new! In this golf course it takes 45 minutes to drive around it. Basically you are playing golf in the mountains. The price is very good for a professional course. Would come back again! - Sverlinde