Good overnight stop. Pluses are easy off easy on I-5. Large truck stop and truck wash joining CG. Gravel and narrow sites not suitable for outside RV activities. Monaco Coach is located within 1/2 mile with tours at 2 each afternoon during the week. Eugene is 5 miles south on I 5. Will use if in area again.
A no frills campground, with narrow sites. Sites are about 16 feet wide and 36 feet long. We were here for the month of February. The campground was only half full the entire time. This campground is overpriced for the facilities.
All things considered this campground rates a 10. Fifty miles from nowhere. Self service check-in. Water located within 100 ft of site. Grey water dump within 100 ft. No phone or TV service. Paved wide sites. Most were level.
Campground was OK for overnight stop. Five miles west of Mitchell in a rural setting. Would be better for a few days stay. All hookups, local TV reception and WiFi was OK. A heavy rain with good drainage for our stay. On next trip we would stay here if staying more than one night.
For the price it's a 10. Excellent small city park with plenty of space between sites. We chose a site with concrete pad and 50 amp power. Water was from central tap serving several sites. Full hookup sites were available. We used this CG for one night stop on a cross country trip. Will plan on staying more days on the next trip. CG has all the facilities. Wal-Mart was nearby. Very interesting city for sightseeing.
Excellent campground for a destination city. Cable TV would make it a 10. I different from the previous post, that the host is not my tour director. Only contact with the host was the few minutes it took to register. During our stay there was heavy rain with no drainage problems. Will return to this campground when in the area.
CG is overpriced for its condition. Sites were out of level. Many vacant sites, believe to be due to the recession and high cost. Many vacant condos in the area. Area should consider price reduction. Will not return without price reduction.
Narrow paved interior roads with sharp intersections requiring running in the grass for turns. Sites had thin layer of base stone without compaction to support leveling jacks. Site was sloped, leveling raised rear wheels off the surface. Sewer connection was to the extreme rear of the site. Sloping grass patio area with unusable table. WiFi was weak. Campground was designed for big rigs. Road work and gravel to level the sites would improve the rating. For $39, I expect better.
Many big rig sites. Ninety percent of sites are level and size stated on website. Large shade trees hamper cell, satellite, and TV service. A fishing paradise for trout below the Dam. Free access to trout hatchery. Excellent playground for small children. Water out of the dam is deep,cold and swift.
Good value family type state park destination campground with clean bathhouses and well maintained grounds. Several level big rig sites in back. All roads and sites paved. All sites have new tables and fire rings. Campground is closing for winter months, for renovation. Many things to do in KY and across the river in Indiana for a short stay. Don't miss touring historic downtown. All the national chain restaurants and Walmart are close by. Ralph's Hickory Pit is local.
New park with odd layout of sites. Picnic table and grill were near the next site hookup. Large laundry next to office. Good base for Red Rock SP and Gallup area. Motel, gas/diesel station, laundry and restaurants part of complex. Walmart and major restaurants are five miles west on I-40. Big negative is cost.
Was assigned a west facing, wide back in site with no shade within the long term area. The three large pull thru overnight sites are near the interstate and are noisy. Site was satisfactory for overnight stay considering the cost.
Visited on way west and on return trip without reservations. On trip out weather was great and was able to use the large camp sites and view the river for two night stay. On return trip, heavy rain resulted in four inches of water in the gravel, second row site. Not a big problem for a nights rest. All sites on the river bank are super big rig friendly and concrete. WiFi was too weak in our site to be effective. Will continue to use this campground when in the area. If you want a front row, I advise reservations. Campground was near capacity with all front row sites taken. Friendly staff. Better WiFi and a truck load of gravel would make this a 10.
Reservations via internet makes check in easy. Well maintained COE Lake Campground with nearest store 8 miles away in Glasgow. No liquor allowed on COE land. Large, well defined sites well spaced. A playground is in good condition with artificial padding. Sand volleyball court and horseshoe pits also. Main recreation is fishing. Lake swimming beach area closed due to low lake level. Not many sites are level or can accommodate 'Big Riggs'. Was in 36 ft motorhome and it was tight backing into long site. 'A' area is best, but was closed for season.
Best Campground value in Nashville. Not a resort campground, just basic, in a destination city. Owner on site daily. Campground needs more 50 amp sites. We have camped here many times here in the last eight years.
Good 50 amp, water and sewer connection. Remainder of park was run down with no sign of improvement. Most sites were permanent residents. Price jacked up for race week, yet no improvements jacked up for race week.
Simply overpriced. There is no comparison of the playground equipment to that of KY Horse Park. Neither are the sites. At $42 they should spend some money on maintenance. Much better price at a new constructed park on the other side of I-65. Its to new to be listed.
New RV Park, well designed. Our second overnight stop here. Will continue to use as overnight stop in this area. When pull thrus are added finish gravel and/or paved it will be excellent. I like the sight selection method which allows you to pick the best available.
I have visited this park since 1981. Excellent playground for children of all ages. Well designed for many sites to back in close to the playground. Campground is thirty years old and is time for major upgrades to accommodate big rigs. This will include trimming the beautiful shade trees. It appears this may happen before the world show is here in 2010 as KY is putting in millions of dollars for increased lodging at or near the park. The present sites may get new buildings, sewer and Wi-Fi. I understand there will be 300 additional camp sites added, somewhere near the entrance. A great park for young children. I have never been to a Jellystone that compares to the KHP. On line registering is so simple a cave man could do it.
Park is in extreme need of repair and upgrade. The only things acceptable were water, sewer and electric. Does not appear any money has been spent for repairs or upgrade for fifteen years. Sites were extremely small for a 36 footer with slides on both sides. Sites with 50 amp electric appeared to be about 16x40, insufficient to open the patio awing completely and with slope too much to level the motorhome. Established RV parks in destination cities like Williamsburg, VA have a monopoly and can't be encouraged to do repair or upgrade.
Registered and selected site with Reserveusa with Golden Age Card. This made check in so simple a cave man could have done it. Nice level back in space, good shade, 50 amp electric, and water supply. No sewer at our site, so we used nearby camp bath house, which was clean but dated. Have pre-registered by the web for an August stay.