5 Awesome RV Campsites in Kentucky

By Jesse Logan Houk

5 Awesome RV Campsites in Kentucky

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Ready to hit the road and go on an adventure in your RV? Get the kids, the dog, and everything else you need to keep on trucking. Kick back and relax while you enjoy the comfort of your home among a primitive campsite. These great RV campsites in Kentucky are sure to please everyone. 

1. Elkhorn Campground, Frankfort, KY

Elkhorn Campground is an affordable option for your next RV camping destination. Alongside Elkhorn Creek, this campground is a wonderful spot to fish, kayak, canoe, and mountain bike while you’re camping. The daily rates are $35 and the monthly rates are $350, which makes this RV campsite an affordable vacation. If you have been considering taking your RV to a quiet spot along a beautiful Kentucky waterway, then look no further—this is your spot. You can make arrangements with the main office to set a date when your schedule opens up, so the whole family can enjoy your time. With over 10, monthly spots for RV camping, Elkhorn Campground is sure to be a memorable experience.  

2. Cave Country Campground, Cave City, KY

Cave Country Campground in Cave City, Kentucky, is within five miles of Mammoth Cave, which makes it a prime spot to set up camp in your RV. Cave Country Campground is a great place for RV camping due to the wide variety of activities surrounding the campsite. You can go on cave tours at Mammoth Cave and explore one of the world’s largest cave systems. You can visit several amusement parks, whether you want to go-kart, see dinosaurs, or get your thrills zip-lining. At $40 per day and only $230 a week, you will have time for plenty of fun while visiting Cave Country Campground. 

3. Camp on the Kentucky, Versailles, KY

The Kentucky River has plenty to offer RV campers, which makes Camp on the Kentucky, a premier RV campsite. $30 per day and around $400 per month will get you one of the 18 campsites available at this great RV camping destination. On site, there is a volleyball court, basketball court, free Wi-Fi, and free boat launch/boat parking. Camp on the Kentucky also offers 30-amp, 50-amp, and primitive campsites. This campsite is one of the most affordable places to bring your RV in Kentucky. During the Kentucky football season, University of Kentucky football fans tailgate and watch the games at Camp on the Kentucky. Quiet hours are from 11 p.m. until 8 a.m., be respectful of your fellow campers and come visit this awesome RV campsite! 

4. Ashland/Huntington West KOA, Argillite, KY

Ashland/Huntington West KOA is a premier RV campsite in Kentucky. At $40 per day and close to $1,100 per month, these campsites are some of the finest RV spots available in the state. Along with your fees for camping at Ashland/Huntington West KOA you can get Wi-Fi, cable, mini golf, a pool, volleyball and a dog park. For the kids, there are several opportunities to keep them entertained such as the movie nights offered at their pavilion. This RV campsite is great for the communal camping experience, with friendly hosts as well as fellow campers. You will certainly find a home away from home mentality in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Be prepared to meet new friends and join others for activities offered throughout the week. Thirty-amp, 50-amp and primitive campsites are also available at this excellent RV campsite.

5. Bowling Green KOA, Bowling Green, KY

Bowling Green, Kentucky, is home to the National Corvette Museum as well as Lost River Cave. The Bowling Green KOA is a very cool way to check out either place while planning your next RV camping destination. At $54 per day and approximately $1,300 per month, this RV campsite is among the best. There are bike rentals, hiking trails, a pool, an event hall (seats 100 people), fishing, Wi-Fi, cable, mini golf, and paddle boats available. Thirty-amp and 50-amp campsites are available for you RV, as well as dump stations and propane on-site. Two lakes border the northeast portion of the RV campground creating a relaxing environment for those with kids that like to fish. Quiet hours are from 9 p.m. until 9 a.m. Make sure to plan your next holiday weekend at the Bowling Green KOA in Bowling Green, Kentucky—you’ll never want to leave! 

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