You’re camping in Kentucky and need a good safe campground at an affordable rate, KOA campgrounds likely has exactly what you are looking for. With ten locations spread throughout the state the odds are good whatever are you are in they have you covered. As KOA operates under state regulations you can be sure there won’t be any nightmares with substandard facilities. As KOA is one of the largest campground chains in the America’s you know they run a top notch campground with quality you can count on. What follows is a brief overview of Kentucky’s KOA Campground facilities.
Six of KOA Campgrounds ten Kentucky locations are open year round which are, Ashland/Huntington West, Louisville Metro, Loisville South, Corbin KOA, Horse Cave, and Bowling Green. The campgrounds at Renfro Valley (March 15th – November 8th), Russel Springs (April 1st – October 15th), Kentucky lakes/Prizer Point (March 14th – November 30th), and the Paducah Lake/I-24 Koa (march 15th – November 16th) all have shortened seasons. Each location with the exception of the Ashland/Huntington KOA offers cabins for rent, and all offer tent and RV sites that have 50 amp service. WiFi service is also available at all KOA campgrounds so you can stay connected woth the world. All Kentucky KOA campgrounds also offer seasonal use swimming pools as a part of the package.
For RV users repair services are located near most of these sites and RV dealers that rent RV’s are also located nearby as well. Kentucky Lakes/Prizer Point amd Renfro Valley KOA’s offer group facilities offer camping lodges and cottages which can handle groups upwards of twenty people – depending on your desired level of comfort of course. If the these facilities, or cabins in general are desired it is best to book as far in advance as possible. The Louisville Metro and South locations also book up very fast as well outside of the winter months so the same applies there as well.
What you can expect from your KOA camping experience are well maintained sites with courteous knowledgable staffs that can help you make the most of all the local attractions. All your basic needs will be met here, some extras such as snack bars and game rooms can be found as well as a camp store. The camp stores usually run a bit high on prices so plan ahead on purchasing what staple items you can before arriving.
Rates are very reasonable and fit even the most frugal travelers budgets so there should be no concern over that. KOA may not provide the most luxurious campsites in the world but if you need luxury, try a hotel. These campgrounds are designed for people that want a real family camping experience.