From Horse Camps to RV Parks in Kentucky
At our Kentucky campgrounds, you can leave your alarm clock at home and have your wake-up call come courtesy of the melodic warbling of a wood thrush or the sun rising over a pristine lake, make our scenic campgrounds your home away from home.
Looking for other ways to spend some quality time with nature? Hook up in one of our many RV parks in Kentucky, or you can explore the trails and pitch your tent at one of the state’s great horse camps. In Kentucky, outdoor adventure is never far away, and a great Kentucky camping vacation is just a click away. Find Kentucky horse campgrounds!
Bring the whole family or go solo on the many bridle trails throughout Kentucky. With horse-friendly campgrounds along many of the bridle paths, you can spend a day or a week exploring Kentucky’s wild and wondrous countryside on horseback. If you’ve ever wanted to explore the backcountry of Kentucky, this is the way to do it.
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430 acre island on Lake Cumberland, fish for a variety of species, 94 campsites, 18 hole golf course, marina and boat ramps
RV and traditional tent campsites, boat launch access to Lake Barkley
65 RV sites, 30 pull thru, 35 back in, full hook ups at all sites
Olive Hill, KY
1,512 acre park, 1,500 acre lake, 3.8 miles of hiking split among 2 trails, 71 campsites, boat ramps, marina located 3 miles from park on lake, 18 hole golf course,
ATV Park with camping available
Adventure Vacation Outfitters, backpacking, paddling, camping, etc.
Cave City, KY
Guided paddling trips around the Mammoth Cave Area on the Green River, park's oldest outfitter, fishing & camping available on some trips
1,331 acre park, 8,200 acre lake, fish for bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish and muskie, marina with boat rentals, 28 miles of multi-use trails, 157 site campground, quota hunt...
8,120 acre lake, hunting, fishing, camping, 10+ miles of hiking trails, boating, 3 campgrounds
Thelma Stovall Park, also known as Green River Park, serves as a connection between downtown Munfordville and the historic Green River in the southern part of the state. It’s ...
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