This is a no-frills park that is great for a couple of night stay to see the Quilt Museum. The owner is very friendly and gave us all sorts of information about other things to see in the area. The basic rate for a pull-through is $27; rate shown is an average of one night at the PA rate. It's worthwhile calling for reservations; the park was quite full with long term residents and there was an event at the track the next weekend which was going to fill it completely. We noticed that they are expanding by another whole row of sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice new, clean park being built to support the adjacent race car track. It took us a moment to determine that the smell of burning tires was coming from the track, not our coach. Level, graded, pull-through lots are long enough for Class A with toad attached. New FHU equipment with 50 Amp. About 5 miles on good road from the I-24 exit. When you see the RV's and white fence on your left, that's it; not 0.3 miles farther down the road as the GPS claims. Friendly staff. PA rate. We will definitely stay here again when passing this way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects one night at Passport America rate of $13 and one night at regular rate, $27 for pull-thru site. Gravel sites, long and fairly level. Good 30 amp power, high water pressure. A few over the air TV channels. Great Wi-Fi as previously reported. Two very clean, uni-sex bathroom / showers. We came to visit the National Quilt Museum and found that the "Barbeque on the River & Market Days" was going on in downtown Paducah. Very helpful staff. Very clean and quiet park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very quiet park out by a racetrack, which didn't have anything going on the 2 nights I was there. Restrooms and laundry very clean. It would be nice if there was more shade. WiFi signal was excellent and I was able to get some TV channels over the air. Access to downtown Paducah was easy and I enjoyed looking around the waterfront there. I also wondered if I wasn't lost on the way there, but directions on the website are very accurate. BTW, if you were to go left at the stop sign on 450, it takes you right to Paducah. Of course, turn right to the RV park. Gravel sites, level. Seemed to be many permanent residents. Camp hosts were very friendly. I would return if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
PA rate. This clean/safe newer CG is approx 5 miles SW of I-24, with good signs and all good roads along the way. CG roads/sites are gravel with a little grass between sites. Many seasonal residents but CG is clean. The ground was soft the night we were there so the leveling jacks needed large pad supports. This park appears to be in a flood plain. We crossed a high levee just after we left the Interstate to the CG. Great satellite access with no large trees in CG, and the WiFi is better than most CG's. No cable TV, but should have access to many over the air stations due to proximity to Paducah. Good AT&T and Verizon LTE service. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Echo the sentiments of the other favorable reviews on this campground. Very friendly owners who escorted us to the site and made sure everything was in order. Pretty setting. Very close to the racetrack. If we stop here again, and I hope we do, we'll have to allow for some extra time to wander over to the track. Rate was based on PA. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Only stayed 1 night on our way back to Florida. A great little RV park. Very friendly people and extremely clean and neat. Very level site. We would not hesitate to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a true gem of a park. The rate is Passport America and I felt almost ashamed to pay so little for such a nice place to spend the night. Staff was very accommodating and insisted on leading us to our well equipped pull through space. All hookups were conveniently located and made the connecting process a breeze. We will definitely return to this park when our travels bring us this way. If you like to fish, a stocked pond is at your disposal. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was great. The owners drove my husband around the park in his golf cart so he could pick out the best spot . Its very close to the race track, so my children watched from the park. There's fishing in a cool little pond and a very nice doggie park. It was clean and well kept. We would definitely stay there again!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park, clean, well manicured RV park. I had an overnight stop. Found on RV park reviews. Race track and drag strip walking distance from park. They called the races, due to rain. I did not come for the race, but would have enjoyed it. Staff very friendly. Sites are very nice and spacious. I parked nose in, right up to small lake. laundry, restrooms and showers very clean and nicely decorated. I only wish I could stay more days and I wish this RV park was in my home town. I can't find anything to lower the score. Price $12.50 is Passport America. Unk. reg.price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Victory RV Park & Campground is a little “gem”. It has 39 gravel sites ( some pull through sites ) , is located out in the spacious Paducah countryside, offers free wi-fi, a small fishing pond, laundry, two shower rooms, a fenced dog park, covered pavilion with grill, propane for sale and has camper friendly owners. Our GPS ( Leave I-24 at Exit 11 ) took us directly to the campground ( 4 miles ) in about four turns. They have a dirt race track that “operates” on Friday nights and a second Raceway that is about a quarter mile away that runs on an unpredictable schedule. Both were not operating when we visited but we were told that the noise is not overbearing. They do have high ( 65 lbs) water pressure but they clearly advertise this fact. For the long term renters they do have a bit of a distance to cover to find a store or restaurant but for out one night stay, this was not a concern for us. We were escorted to our level site by the owner and as a Passport America park, we will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 2 nights on our way south last fall. The road to the park is a little awkward but once there it is a nice clean park. Friendly helpful staff. Convenient to visit the site in Paducah. Very quiet when we were there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a gem. Friendly help and assistance, well maintained, and very clean. The route in from the freeway is a bit weird but that is the GPS routing. Stayed one night and would return. Going to be a very quiet night - far from the freeway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The minimum stay for a week was $150; possibly due to the Quilt Show in town. Very clean, well laid out park with adequate spacing between sites. It was an open field so there was easy satellite reception as well as TV reception. Campground "claims" Wi-Fi, but won't work at most sites. I was told it worked in the laundry room. It's just another misrepresented Wi-Fi claim from a RV Park. We're used to that. Verizon Mi-Fi works good. We would stay here again if the one week minimum changed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice rural setting within 15 minutes of Paducah Riverfront. Level gravel sites and road. Very pleasant and helpful owners. Helped me with utility connections. Laundry room, bathroom and shower were spotless. Entire park clean and well maintained. Good voltage, water pressure, and strong Wi-Fi signal. I will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I really wanted to rate this CG higher. It's new, pleasant looking but has no shade. When I checked in, the man in the office was very nice but didn't know how to work the credit card machine or didn't know the answer to my questions. I parked and went back to the office later to check in. Satellite is $5/day or $10/week. I considered staying a week. Owners are very nice and helpful. He tried to hook satellite box up to my rig but couldn't, so they refunded my money. I got a few stations with a converter box. My cell phone, even though it showed full bars, didn't work except for texting. Gravel sites were level. Laundry had 2 washers and 2 dryers ($1.75 each) and there was only one bathroom and shower, but they were clean. I ended up only staying one night. To find, exit 11 from I-24 and follow signs to Paducah International Raceway. It's about 5 miles. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here for the Quilt Show. Nice little park. No real amenities. One shower, one washer and dryer. The waterfront is a pond in the middle of the park. Gravel roads and sites that are level. The park is a little over a year old and still feels like a new park. A nice place to park for the show. Many residents are semi-permanent construction workers that are friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful park that is situated next to a race track. The track is so much fun. The park owners are true campers and their parents are a blessing. They are able to accommodate the folks who work and live on the road. They always have a smile for you. We will always remember them fondly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were there on race day, and the noise was incredible. Otherwise it is an OK place to stay when in Paducah. It is hard to find and on very narrow roads. The spaces are unusually close together. Nice people. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Long,level, pull-through sites. Should accommodate any size RV. New park, laundry room near office is nearly finished. Helpful, hard-working owners. Shuttle to nearby Paducah Int'l Raceway. Quiet setting except for the once a week event at nearby race track. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.