I am setting here at the jellystone park wich is just right outside the mammoth cave national park. Its a pretty nice place. Full hook ups. They have a pool and water slide if you are coming in the summer. If you have kids they always seem to have alot of kids here. Fishing pond as well.
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There is a Corps of Engineers park just North of the caves - Nolin Lake, IIRC - try http://www.lrl.usace.army.mil/nrl/ - only catch is - to get to the caves the most direct route involves a small ferry ride across the river - NOT doable with a big rig - so check the map 1st! ST
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Singing Hills Campground is about halfway between the interstate and Mammoth Caves. It used to be a real dump, but there have been new owners the past couple of years and they have worked hard to upgrade it. If washrooms are really important to you, this might not be a good choice. We always use our own. This park has full hookups and free WIFI and is a Passport America park. If you intend to go to the many attractions e.g. mini gulf, water slides, bumper cars, etc. then this location might work for you. Take a cave tour when at the N.P. and wear a warm jacket as it is cold down there!
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We are planning a little trip to see the Mammoth Cave in Cave City , KY.......any RV park recommendations? Thanks for any responses.
Signing Hills is a nice park, the owners live at the grounds and are extremely welcoming to clients.
It is not a resort it has the basics no pool small fishing pond. and a dog that roams and is friendly. They have propane on site cable tv. We have no young children so pool, game room etc means nothing to us. We like quite and peaceful. Our experience was no load noise or drunks gunning muffler-less motorcycles and trucks in the park. The park was clean and reasonable priced. I do not like paying for toys at parks I don't want or use.
Many restaurants nearby and Mammoth Cave is close. Corvet's are made in Bowling green and have factory tours.
Jellystone is probably your best bet. There is one called Diamond Caverns close by but I think they only allow Thousand Trails members; but you might check them out. They do have a nice place and an 18 hole golf course. I haven't been there in some time but it was nice.