Pretty little campground. Some things you should be aware of: every other site the hookups are on the wrong side for your rv, the electric and water hookups are a considerable distance from the site pads so bring extensions for both or you won’t be able to connect. Also most of the sites are not very level.
July 13, 3:34pm - reviewed by David
Nice Quiet Campground And Park
For the most part campsites are spread out. Some shady and some aren't as much. Park has some hiking, pool, museum, mini golf and a lodge.
July 8, 4:01pm - reviewed by Camperfamily4
A Great Weekend Getaway
A family friendly spot that's tucked away for a relaxing weekend. Tons of great little activities for all ages. On Friday and Saturday morning there were organized canoe trips. We attended "make your own walking stick" and a reptile show. There is a pool and trails for hiking on. We did not use the bath houses so I can't comment to their cleanliness.
We camped at site 34 with a 37ft travel trailer and enjoyed our spot, however it was only partially shaded. All sites are paved and our site was very level. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Water pressure is decent, and I got great cell reception and 4G.
We will be back!
July 1, 9:10am - reviewed by JTtraveler
Will Go Again
Blue Licks Campground is well maintained, grounds were nice. Shower houses and restrooms were clean and all in working order. The electric and water hookups are pretty far off at some of the sites so bring an extension and extra hose. We needed 50 ft at ours. Water pressure was pretty weak. Our only real complaint was that the children's pool in the park was closed.
Overall we had a great time, our kids enjoyed the basketball court and playground. We will go back.