- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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1/2 Cord of firewood
1/2 cord of firewood, great for a group function or extended stay bulk amount
Inflatable river tube/float
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Kayak canoe float
Several trails in the area that you can ride to from the campground
Natural features you'll find at Clayton Geneva Memorial Campground in Kentucky.
Several caves and caverns to explore in the Daniel Boone National Forest
Lake laurel & Lake Cumberland are close
Places to see near Clayton Geneva Camp Ground
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I loved this campground! We had it all to ourselves. We camped right by. the river and fell asleep listening to its flow. The host was accommodating and super nice! Definitely would come back!
Not great for trailers
I went during the off season, so wasn’t fully functional. Seems like a nice river area during warmer seasons, but was muddy and not very accessible when I was there (Jan). The RV area was a bit cramped and was basically just in a field, so I’d only head back if I were tent camping near the river.
This was my 3rd time staying here and it’s better every time! Seriously beautiful views on the river. The people are super nice. Amber is helpful and ready for any questions you have.
It was a great, peaceful stay along the river. After the rain, we had the whole camp to ourselves! Songbirds and tree frogs during the day, and owls hooting at night. Road to the campsite was a bit rough, but we made it in just a little honda civic. Will definitely try to visit again!
I typically don't stay at campgrounds but CGMC was just excellent. It's a good hybrid... if you're a typical dispersed/primitive camper like me pick your spots and go mid-week (my visit September) and you might have the place to yourself. For the "average camper" there are amenities (shower toilet) but thankfully located uphill so as not to disturb the natural beauty.
You have around ten sites along 100 yards or so overlooking a beautiful sweep of the river. Only one site (1) has a picnic table so you'll need to arrange something. All sites have fire rings. Paths to the river are located at the ends of the campground. Site 1 was hammock friendly.
There are no structures visible, just 100% nature. No road noise at all. I did hear a few dogs bark in the distance but that was about it. Saw deer, turkey, heard coyotes in the distance, and watched a bald eagle snag a fish.
100% excellent stay and I'll be coming back for Fall/Winter camping.