We spent three nights here during the 2012 Elk Festival. Appears to be a family run business and they were all friendly. The campground has a lot of trees and shade. The bathrooms/showers are a bit dated but clean and produce lots of hot water. Things are a bit 'tight' so if you are in a big rig be cautious. Swimming pool looked well maintained. They do have Wi-Fi but you have to be close to the office. We will definitely stay here next year.
I think it would be hard to rate this SP anything less than a 9 or 10. A new SP, sites are level, clean and well laid out. Picnic table, fire ring, lamp post, water & electric. The bathhouse is very nice and even has laundry facilities. Wi-Fi would be nice be we are camping so can't complain too much. I had good enough cell signal to hotspot our phone for internet. As a camping destination, you cannot go wrong here and should be at the top of your list. Note: $5 park fee in addition to camping fee.
We would echo what everyone else has said: just a very basic campground, mostly gravel. Does have a lot of trees. Bathhouse is closed in off-season. We did chat with the owner who was friendly enough. Lots of retail nearby! Good stop-over spot.
We made this a quick overnight stop. A small RV campground but quite nice. The tree's were in blossom, the site was perfectly level. Bathrooms were clean and HEATED. Definitely worth picking if you are passing through.
Beautiful campground back in the Kentucky hills. Caters to the climbers coming to the area to climb. We stayed here just one night. The RV sites are pull through but tricky to get in/out off. Bathrooms/showers were good. Make sure you walk around the lake. Chatted quite a bit with host, a very nice person.