cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Very nice campground with sites that were good size and well laid out. The owners were on site and very friendly and extremely accommodating. Very close to the entrance of Mammoth Cave Park and it was in a quiet rural setting. I would definitely use this campground if I am in the area again.
This is our first review of a campground after being members for four years. Singing Hills is a very nice camp ground and they give a pretty good discount for Good Sam Club members.
The reason for this review, however, is because of their bathrooms. They are absolutely flawless! Even our 13 year old daughter was impressed! They have been freshly renovated and are impeccably clean. There isn't even dust in the corners. And to quote our daughter, "Even the soap smells amazing!" So, you know it has to be good.
We are in a pull-through spot which is well graveled and level. The overall feel of the grounds is that of a well kept campground ran by people who care. Upon checking in, everything was well explained and we were given recommendations of places to try in the area. We were even told what places give a discount by mentioning that we are staying there.
We highly recommend Singing Hills RV Park!
The owners are the nicest and most hospitable hosts we've had! Nice sized sites. Very quiet. Great location to Mammoth Cave but easy access from highway. Bathrooms very clean and well kept. Owners have worked hard to create a great campground.
Wonderful in every way. Gravel pull through site with good hook ups. The owners were very kind, provided cane fishing poles for their private pond. ** Clean showers, hot water, good water pressure ** Very organized and thorough information provided for local area. Follow the owner's directions, not your gps.
I stayed here for one night on my way back down to Alabama after picking up my new trailer in Northeastern Kentucky. Beth was wonderful over the phone and in person. She really made me feel welcome and at home. The park was nearly empty as it really wasn't good camping weather....it got down to 18 degrees that night. She gave me a long pull through that was easy to get into. She gives guests a list with directions for local attractions and stores, which was very helpful. The park is small and well maintained. There's a beautiful old barn and a fishing pond. The bath-house was very nice, clean, and most importantly...warm! I'm really looking forward to coming back again during better weather and when I have more time to visit the local area.
This is fairly small campground with a personal feel about it. The sites are well-spaced and there is lots of room to roam. The owners/managers are extremely friendly and helpful. The campground is well taken care of and everything worked. Slow down as you approach the entrance; it can sneak up on you. Good access to the interstate but far enough away to provide peace and quiet. The nearby donkey is the only noise that disturbed us at all. We would stay here again.
We spent 4 night here on a pull-thru site with a travel trailer. Sites are level and utilities easy reach. WIFI was reliable during our stay. No laundry on site but owner provides nice letter with info/directions to laundrymat, Walmart, places to eat, and of course places to see and things to do in the local area. Prices seemed reasonable in the little store. One thing I did like compared to many campgrounds was Singing Hills listed and gave directions to a hospital, urgent care, Veterinarian, and even a groomer. Only Dumpster location was located on the way out of the park. The park was very well maintained. I would stay here again without question.
We liked this campground so much that we stayed an extra 2 days instead of heading home right away. Close to Mammoth Cave but far enough way not to get caught up in the pandemonium in the park. Close to restaurants, shopping, etc. Owners were very friendly and helpful. Will definitely stay here again. If you're interested in seeing the Corvette Factory and museum, this campground is only about 45 minutes away. Very positive experience staying here.
Great service by the operators of the site. From the initial reservation set down to final goodbyes after our stay, the operators were extremely respectful and friendly. At one point even providing the batteries out of one of their personal electronics in order to run a string of lights we use as a nightlight for the kiddos.
The layout of at least our section of the park is great for even novice campers (of which I was at that time), providing pull-through and mostly level sites even for the pop-ups like we have. The bathroom facilities may be a bit aged, but are kept very clean and well-lit. Insofar as contained playgrounds, they are limited to a swingset.
If you are there to see Mammoth Cave National Park, the location is excellent. You are just a few minutes away from the park itself as well as other caving sites around the area. Location also has you close to several of the local entertainment sites like ziplining, go-carts, etc.
Overall we were quite pleased with our stay and on our pass through the area we will most likely stay here again.
Stayed one night. I have a big rig and tow car. The park is very easy to get to off Interstate 65. Hookups adequate- water, sewer, elec (50 amps). The layout worked well- no problem driving around the park and getting into and out of my assigned pull thru site. Very quiet park - far enough from the highway to avoid truck noise. Owner a terrific guy and worked with me about a change in my reservation - arriving to the park a day later than originally planned. Used Passport America Card- park is a very good value for this rate.
I stayed here three nights to see Mammoth Caves and the National Corvette Museum. The facility is small, older, but in good condition. There seem to be a couple of seasonal campers here.The campsite was a pull through with 50 amp,Water and Sewer service. All functioned well. The site was gravel and mostly level. The Host/Owner was friendly and very helpful. There is a small pond, but not all that attractive. I used my Passport America membership.
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