Car or tent camp tucked into sites on each side of Frog Valley, enjoying shade, space to play and the serenity of the woods. The sites are separated by a sparse line of trees and brush, but please note they are adjacent to each other. If you want to be totally alone, check out our other sites. Both Frog Valley sites feature private fire pits and picnic tables, and are a sho
Car or tent camp tucked into sites on each side of Frog Valley, enjoying shade, space to play and the serenity of the woods. The sites are separated by a sparse line of trees and brush, but please note they are adjacent to each other. If you want to be totally alone, check out our other sites. Both Frog Valley sites feature private fire pits and picnic tables, and are a short walk (5-7 minutes) to the Community Shelter (which provides a sink, shower, refrigerator and pots/pans) There is a portopotty in the valley, which is maintained weekly and shared between the two sites. Bath house coming in May 2021! All community spaces are being regularly disinfected and hand sanitizer, soap and bleach sprays are made available. Note -- Kids under 12 do not need to be included in your headcount.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lake Cumberland is one of Kentucky's true gems. The Corps of Engineers owns the shoreline, preventing development along the sho...Read more
Lake Cumberland is known for some of the best fishing in the region. Record-setting fish include: Striped Bass (58 lbs) and Wal...Read more
We offer a 10-15 minute trail to the lake, as well as a 5 minute trail to a natural spring. Typically there is a loop system fr...Read more
Lake Cumberland provides clear, fresh water for swimming and floating. The main trail to the lake is located at the back of the...Read more
We share our land with all kinds of wildlife, notably owls, deer, wild turkey, foxes, frogs and lizards.
Natural features you'll find at FrogValley in Kentucky.
We are on 53 acres of wooded land. We have done our best to thoughtfully integrate sites and structures into the woods while pr...Read more
We have a trail that provides access to the lake, but please note it is about a 15-minute hike. Because you are descending (or ...Read more
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Secluded and beautiful!
This was a great campsite and the entire place is amazing. I think that any of the sites would be great to stay in. I wish there would have been some cleared areas in Frog Valley site 2 with a couple trees, for hammocks. Even though that was our only complaint, everything else made up for it triplefold. The new shower house was beautifully done and the Burnt Rock venue was the COOLEST THING I've seen at a camp. If I could live there, I would have. We had a view of most of the Glamping yurts and really enjoyed having the place to ourselves for a few days. But this is a place where you would want to hang out with others up at Burnt Rock. Even the raccoon was nice enough to not eat all my sugar free candy! Lol
Very nice well kept huge camping area. Lots of things for the kids to do. Not so great of fishing though in the pond or the lake sadly is why we chose this location to start with was for the fishing. But we still very much enjoyed ourselves as we love the outdoors and they even had hiking trails.
Fantastic long weekend
This place was truly magical. Camped for 3 nights with our 2 little kids. There were tons of things to do around the grounds. We did primitive camping but would absolutely come back and stay in one of the tent cabins. Looking forward to seeing this place grow!