The entrance to the campground was up a steep one way hill. The trees were well trimmed and did not hit my camper. We stayed on a pull thru full hookup site, #81. Our site was literally on the side of a hill. I noticed that all the sites in the 80's and 90's are on the side of the hill. I looked at the other slots and spoke to some of my neighbors that had the same problem as I did, that was the sewer hookup was above the camper. The sewer would not drain properly. The guy next to me could not put his awning out because of trees too close to him. On my lot, if you wanted to sit outside, it was at the ends of my camper because of the steep grade out of my door. The water pressure according to my Watts T56G was 22PSI. My neighbors also complained of the low water pressure. Due to the holiday weekend, the park was packed. The brand new transformer the CG installed did not hold up to the load and blew causing us to be without power for about 6 hours. I did not use the facilities but my kids tried to use the pool but it was too over crowded. The staff was generally friendly. Wi-Fi was very spotty and at times would not work at all. We used iPhones and a laptop to access it. The cable TV was excellent and you received a great number of stations. I will say the amenities that I did see, looked well taken care of and the grass was cut and trimmed appropriately. If I go back to Renfro Valley, I will stay at the another park in the area over the KOA.
Camped here for four days. Better bring a bunch of blocks for leveling. Website says the sites are slightly level, try moderate to severe. I stayed in site 13, stay away! The sites in the area, I would stay away from. The pool was nice and the staff was great. I seriously doubt that I would go back. If you are going, try sites 1-9, 53, or 41. This campground is tight on space and it's a four mile haul out a two lane road from Falmouth to get to it.
We decided to take a chance and stay at Lago Linda after not being able to get a site at Natural Bridge SP. The entrance is a narrow one-lane gravel road so I wouldn't attempt this in a big rig at all. Once we got here, we met the manager lady from England. She is very nice and will do anything for you. The bath houses were very clean, probably the cleanest I have ever been in. The sites are gravel and very shaded with large oak trees. There was a nice pond to fish from (free for catch/release, pay to eat) and a canoe and paddle boat. My kids loved it here. There are plenty of tent and small camper sites. The 30 amp sites are limited. I have plenty of pictures if anyone wants them. I wouldn't recommend arriving after dark as Lago Linda is in the middle of God's country. Overall, I highly recommend this campground if you are willing to go off the beaten path.
If you are attending one of the NASCAR races at Kentucky Speedway, this is the place to camp. We stayed here over the Nationwide Series race weekend and loved it. The park has nice angled back in slots, a small pool that is being expanded, a nice bath house, and mini-golf. There is a lake nearby to fish, and you can see the buffalo roam on the preserve nearby. The TV pickup is excellent up on this hill. We stayed in slot 5 and it was nicely shaded and level. The slots are paved with nice gravel patios. There was a lot of room between the sites, more than the other ST Parks I have stayed at. This has the nicest slots I have experienced during any of my KY St Park visits. I would highly recommend this CG and will stay again.
The park is very nice with a mini-golf, lodge, museum, and pool. Some of the sites were very tight to get into, they are "T-ed" right off the narrow roadway. The bath houses were OK, not the best but still OK. This a nice CG to be in for Halloween as a lot decorate for it. There was a haunted trail also down next to the river. If you go, take the time to check out the museum and battlefield. Daniel Boone lost one of his sons at the battle and the monuments are a nice read. The lodge is newer and very nice. It's near the bottom of my KY St Park list right now as I have stayed at a few more. I will go back though because it's so close to home. Try to stay at the campsite on the top of the hill between the entrance and play ground/bath house area, they are a lot better to get into and are level.
We camped at Fort Boonesborough on a weekend. We live near Lexington and tend to stay close to home. It's a real easy pull to get to the CG. The CG was packed with people everywhere. The sites were a little cramped in the back, we stayed at site 162. It has three dump stations and the bath house near our site was newer and clean. The sites up near the entrance as you came in were a lot better looking with more room. The pool was nice but the decks were dirty and people were allowed to eat on the pool deck. The life guards were a poor excuse too. You better watch your own kids because they are too busy texting and chatting with each other. There is no quarry noise on the weekend of course and it was very quiet after 2300 hours. Nice park over all and we will stay there again.