For me it was a trip down memory lane my grandpa bought me here with my sister when we were kids I loved it here and we went on the first weekend of July and my kids had a blast but if I had to pick on something bad if you go the the museum it’ll be easier to just drive your own vehicle over the shuttle has a cut off time and when we called to have a pick up the person n the phone didn’t know what they were doing.
August 10, 2020 - reviewed by Sandy
We stayed the first weekend in august. The site are not right on top of each other. The pool was not open but all of the other playground equipment for the the kids was. We were just a walk away from the Kentucky horse park. We arrived late but our campground spot was clearly marked for us to find. When we checked in the next morning the people in the office area were very nice and very helpful. Stayed 3 night. Has 4 dump stations. The 50ft paved parking spots should fit most RVs with no problem. We had a We had a good time. Not to bad of a price for the 3 days. The park has Wi-Fi but we could not get it to come in
August 2, 2019 - reviewed by Larry
Very Busy Place... Insufficient Voltage
In the afternoons during peak demand our low voltage protection device engaged repeatedly. I suspect the park needs to upgrade its electrical service.
Paved sites are too short for most pull campers and tow vehicles. Hard to get into, and insufficient parking.
Golf carts ATVS everywhere, adds to chaotic atmosphere.