1 Park near Staffordsville, Kentucky
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
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Very nice campground with lake and marina. Pros: The campground area has a gate attendant which creates separation from the lake and marina which creates a boundary for spectators. Nice swim area, ice can be purchased at the campground gate for $2, staff is super nice, and RV pads are pretty solid. Super nice trails just outside the main entrance including an 1850s historic farm. The road to the gift shop is a dam which provides pretty neat scenery. Cons: Gravel is tiny on pads and like to stick to bottom of foot wear. When it rains, twice as much gravel ends up in the camper. A good mat can reduce the amount that makes it into the camper. The Wi-Fi is not free. There is a $9.99 fee for three days. Not sure Verizon has good cellular signal, but AT&T makes it in well. - RET Nav Travelers
May 2015 - $28.00
This is a destination park for those who are looking for a great camping experience on/near a beautiful lake! You won't have TV (unless you have satellite) & you won't have WiFi (unless you pay $4/day for their Tengonet or bring it yourself), but you will have a nice getaway. Sites are easy in/out & plenty big enough for large RVs spaced nicely apart. Some of the back-ins would easily take a 45 foot unit and our pull thru site 9 was at least 65 foot long. I never unhooked from my RV and had plenty of room to park my little car behind the rig. Activities center on the lake with its free marina, boat ramp, playgrounds, & fishing. There's a small restaurant serving bowling alley type food. Sites have very little shade and the lake is only visible from the front sites. Make your reservation on www.reserveamerica.com and you can see your exact site & dimensions. They give 10% discount for AAA & Military. The park stayed pretty full the week we were there. Both ATT & Verizon had weak but useable signals (2-3 bars). - Danno