Rolling Hills and wide-open spaces. Primitive to (6) full-service (water, sewer, and 120, 30, or 50 amp electric) camping, located on 60 acres of rolling hills and timber just a few minutes walk to Lake Barkley in beautiful Kentucky. Wooded areas with plenty of room to enjoy yourselves without being on top of your neighbors. Our address is 148 Green Rd. Kuttawa, KY 42055.
Rolling Hills and wide-open spaces. Primitive to (6) full-service (water, sewer, and 120, 30, or 50 amp electric) camping, located on 60 acres of rolling hills and timber just a few minutes walk to Lake Barkley in beautiful Kentucky. Wooded areas with plenty of room to enjoy yourselves without being on top of your neighbors. Our address is 148 Green Rd. Kuttawa, KY 42055. NOTE: Our primitive tent sites are $20 per night and our Full hook-up sites are $29. Please call us to verify availability before booking!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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A quiet fulspot in the country.
A very quiet location. The sites are cut into the trees, providing good shade while still being wide enough to maneuver. The sites are still a work in progress, we were able to level and had no issues with settling (Even after a major downpour). Ande fropped by to check on us. Talked with him for a good while. We plan on staying here again if we pass through.
Power 30/20 Water 40+ Cell 4 bars ver&att
Peace and solitude in the woods
Our original goal was to find a full hookup campsite near the Land Between the Lakes over the 4th of July holiday weekend for our 20-ft travel trailer while avoiding the noise, congestion, and chaos of most public/private campgrounds. Paul's place was wonderful and exceeded our wildest expectations as we had the entire property to ourselves.
The site is located in the woods on an old homestead. Lake Barkley is not visible but is a mere 1/2 mile walk down a one lane road that turns into an unimproved gravel path before it reaches the shoreline. The back of the property still has old buildings and farm implements scattered about. There were perhaps two serviceable full hookup sites available, with additional, adjacent sites under final construction (the gravel was piled up awaiting further spreading and leveling). The utilities risers are all brand new and first-rate. When completed, there will be about six full hookup sites with the appearance of a small RV park, with parallel gravel pads of varying 25 to 50 ft separation. There was one porta-let on the grounds that we did not need, but it must have been the cleanest one I've ever seen as I'm not sure it had ever been used. We loved the peace, quiet, and solitude and were glad to be the sole occupants of the campground for our full stay. Once construction on the new sites is completed, it may be harder to achieve the solitude we enjoyed.
Paul was a splendid fellow and couldn't have been nicer or more welcoming. He gave us a long list of recommendations for restaurants and attractions in the area, of which many we took full advantage.
Paul’s sites are located on the north end of a beautiful and busy recreational area. I was provided all I needed for my small camper. Keep in mind if you’re pulling a trailer or have a larger RV there is a slight incline upon entering, but didn’t present a problem for me. I liked the quiet and solitude and would visit again.