January 5, 2020 - reviewed by Shiela & Joe Kempka
We love this place.
The people who we have met are very nice and very helpful bathhouse clean
October 8, 2019 - reviewed by Johnmh
Like Parking At Walmart With Hookups
This is essentially a wide open field decided into about 500 campsites. The full hookup, 30 amp and the few 50 amp sites they have are all in a low-lying field with only about ten feet of grass between sites. Two sites share a common water tap, junction box and the sewer connections are side by side very close to one of the sites. Mine is actually under my slide out. Old wood picnic tables are first come, first served. AND, you can't make reservations. The only reason I am here is that I have a daughter and grandchildren here in Bowling Green.
July 18, 2019 - reviewed by Thomas
It was said had 50amps, not enough for camping groups they have new units. Had brown out because of overload. Also had sewer not working. Needs updates on amps to 50s.
April 5, 2019 - reviewed by Bruce
Well i did it, never ever again, go to loves truck stop before here. Some hard core camping here that should be at junk yard. Maybe they are carnes? 48.00 a night 50 amp, if i was not so tired and the time of day, i would of moved on. As im shaking my head the next dat, i can chalk it up as one of the "i lived to tell about it places"
November 12, 2018 - reviewed by Mike
Okay for just an overnight stop. You share a water connection with the site next to you. Unkempt sites, but bathhouse was clean.
November 12, 2018 - reviewed by Chris Dillbeck
Campground next to 1950’s amusement park.
Sites ARE level. Campground does not have many staff to keep clean. Amusement park is not much more than old carnival rides...high ticket prices. Don’t waste your money for this out of the way campground.
May 1, 2018 - reviewed by SLB
The pictures are Not of this park. Not a level lot in the place, so are so bad there are not enough blocks around to level a rv. Only about 10 spots with 50amp service, most pads there is only water for one rv so its first come service. I know this is the only rv campground in town, best to drive 25 miles North to Mammoth Cave NP area. RR on the property, trails come by all night. Some residents live in the park, ride loud motor cycles into the night, in the park. Enough said I believe the reader get the picture.