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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Approx. 30 miles of trails, primitive camping, fishing available with permission from owner on two ponds, adjacent to Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill,
Full service marina, john, bass, and pontoon boat rentals, kayak rentals, 2 boat launch ramps, motel and cabins, RV campsites, guide services
Tent & RV sites, developed and primitive, group sites
125 campsites, developed & primitive tent sites, pull-thru RV sites, fishing access on the Elkhorn Creek, camp store with supplies
Grand Rivers, KY
Lake Barkley, 27 sites, 26 standard electric & 1 group electric, boat launch ramp, wildlife, shoreline fishing access
140 acre reservior, no gasoline powered motors, 3.2 mile Cecil L. Gorley naturalist trail, primitive camping
Lake Cumberland, 10 csites, RV and tent sites, boat ramp,
66 electric & water sites, 6 sites with sewage, 10 pull-thru sites, 5 camping cabins, fishing below the falls,
Campground with hookups under construction, to be open in May 2011, Star Falls Cabin sleeps 12, CampInns are rustic 1 room cabins
1,131 acre lake, fish species incude- black bass, crapppie, all 3 major catfish varieties, and striped bass, opportunities for hiking, horseback trails are currently being wor...
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