June 19, 2019 - reviewed by Yo! Willy!
Basically a paved parking lot with small, tight spaces. Backing in will be challenging so bring your A parking game. Friendly staff and helpful when setting up. The train track runs along the property edge - you'll know when it's passing. Fortunately, no horn blowing. Cheap laundry. Watch the huge pothole at the end of the drives! Close to downtown Louisville, a plus. Not kid friendly.
April 27, 2019 - reviewed by Bob
It's Ok But
Nice & friendly staff. There's freight train tracks bordering the sites & they were switching cars, also the garbage truck picks up the garbage at 6:40 am & packs the truck right there. However there's a great find of a restaurant close by called Kingfisher & it's close to all the Louisville attractions. I think it's a bit pricey considering the train issues
March 6, 2019 - reviewed by Deb
Nice little park
Great welcome and super friendly staff. We pulled in and they met us in the drive, took us immediately to our spot. We got set up and then went in to pay. This was the easiest method we have ever done, my hats off to these follks. We are just passing through but I would indeed recommend this spot for a longer stay.
March 26, 2017 - reviewed by Kelly BB
Not A Bad Place To Visit Other Things
I stopped here along my trip across the country I was coming back from California to Virginia, and this was my last stop not a bad place to be if the only thing you want to do is go see other things. I wouldn't come just for the campground itself. It rained during the time that I was there and I had a river that ran behind my camper I was up against a tree. But I was able to see The Louisville slugger Museum the Muhammad Ali Museum and the Louis and Clark museum are all with in a 5 to 10 minute drive from the campground a great way to spend the day. The staff is pretty nice and the bathrooms were extra clean they did ask for you to pay a key deposit on the bathroom key and you had to have wooden planks underneath your stabilizing legs on your camper.
November 4, 2016 - reviewed by Debjam
Old KOA, nothing fancy, but they are nice people and we felt safe.
July 16, 2016 - reviewed by Jesse
They call it metro Koa for a reason. It's small and tight. That doesn't really matter. We came here for Louisville festivities. It's 10 min from there. The camp ground is clean and the guy working here backed us in. We a a 30ft travel trailer. Full hook ups and friendly people. Pool is at the hotel next door. Wouldn't come here for the camp ground. Still a wonderful place to stay. Stayed 4 nights.