We stayed for a month for $350, which is very reasonable. This campground is great for an overnight stay while traveling north or south on I65. It's not a place you would want to stay with a family for any length of time because there are no recreational options. It is handy to all the attractions in Louisville - Louisville Slugger Museum, Churchill Downs, etc. The park is always in great shape and the bathrooms have always been clean when we were there. We've stayed several times. WiFi or a modem are available although the WiFi had to be reset a lot when we were there. It would work for a couple hours and then not for awhile. The owners are friendly and helpful once you get to know them - otherwise a little standoffish. It would be nice if they had an office. As it is, you drive in, find a site, and then they find you for payment. Most of the campers are long-termers or overnighters without a lot of socializing. With no tables or shade outside, the park isn't conducive to this.
This park provides all kinds of activities for families - hiking, biking, fishing, boating, swimming, and other outdoor activities. It has a rental center if you didn't bring your own equipment. Sites are roomy and shady. Bathrooms are clean and each has a washer and dryer outside. No towns are close by so you need to bring all your supplies or plan to drive for some miles. The park is on Kentucky lake so you can enjoy all the benefits of this huge waterway. Prices seem a little high for a National Recreation Area. If you want to watch TV, bring a satellite dish. It's almost impossible to get stations off the antennae.