Thousand Trails Diamond Caverns RV & Golf Resort Good Sam Verified Campground

1878 Mammoth Cave Pkwy, Park City, KY 42160

Good Sam Verified Campground
(3 reviews) 3.3 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 8.5
Restrooms 7.5
Appeal 8.5
(3 reviews) 3.3 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews

18-HOLE GOLF COURSE & CONDOS

Located at the gateway to Mammoth Cave Nat'l Park, this year-round RV resort caters to the vacationing family, offering southern hospitality, 18-hole golf course & a family atmosphere for relaxation, exploration and enjoyment

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Address

1878 Mammoth Cave Pkwy
Park City, KY, 42160

Open all year

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Facility

Type: Membership
Partial Handicap Access
Dump station
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Paved/Gravel
Table at site

Tenting Sites

Overflow area
Total spaces: 76
Spaces available: 75
Site length (Max length): 50 (50)
Paved sites: 8
Gravel sites: 67
Pull-thru size: 20 x 50
Pull-thrus: 28
Back-in size: 20 x 50
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
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Number of full hookups: 69
Number of water: 6
Number of electric: 6
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Ice
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
BBQ at site
Table at site
Worship services
Fire rings
Table at site
Worship services
Fire rings

Swimming
Swimming Pool
Nature trails
Outdoor games
Golf
Outdoor games
Golf
Mini golf
Playground
Enclosed game room
Pavilion
Playground
Enclosed game room
Pavilion

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Mountain biking

Military Discount

3.3 (3 reviews) 3.3333333333333 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Facility
3
Restroom
2.5
Appeal
3.6
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 09/02/2023

We enjoyed our time at the park and look forward to the possibility of returning in the future. Sites: There are some that are sloped, but others are great. There is lots of Big Rig Access with FHU (see attached map or here is the interactive/digital version https://sartopo.com/m/DMGNU). Restrooms/Shower Rooms: Outdated but well kept up. Laundry: Outdated but well kept up- four washers and four dryers, quarter operated Pool: Is functional but in serious need of preventive maintenance. The pool... Read More

We enjoyed our time at the park and look forward to the possibility of returning in the future. Sites: There are some that are sloped, but others are great. There is lots of Big Rig Access with FHU (see attached map or here is the interactive/digital version https://sartopo.com/m/DMGNU). Restrooms/Shower Rooms: Outdated but well kept up. Laundry: Outdated but well kept up- four washers and four dryers, quarter operated Pool: Is functional but in serious need of preventive maintenance. The pool liner is cracking, peeling, and is very outdated. There is an old ?wading pool? or something that is boarded over and the boards are starting to give away. Location: Bordered on all 4 sides by Mammoth Cave National Park, about 7 minute drive to the visitor center. Nice small town with everything you need and big town stores (Cabela's, Walmart, Tractor Supply, etc.) just a quick 35 min drive away. Activities: Has good diversity of activities- Pool, mini golf, playground (outdated but functional), and yard games available as well Grounds: Well maintained and does not feel like a big campground. Lots of open spaces. Staff: is very nice and helpful Other: Very nice to walk around and explore
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2 2 out of 5 stars 07/01/2019

We just returned from Diamond Caverns and the campground is large but the sites are close together and the amenities need some TLC. We stayed at site 412 which was a pull-thru and it was a very level site and large enough for our rig and truck. For example, the pool was great but needed cleaning by Saturday morning. The rest rooms are close to the pool but are badly in need of a renovation. They do have free Wifi at the membership office/resort and they offer Wifi for a small fee all over the... Read More

We just returned from Diamond Caverns and the campground is large but the sites are close together and the amenities need some TLC. We stayed at site 412 which was a pull-thru and it was a very level site and large enough for our rig and truck. For example, the pool was great but needed cleaning by Saturday morning. The rest rooms are close to the pool but are badly in need of a renovation. They do have free Wifi at the membership office/resort and they offer Wifi for a small fee all over the campground. The putt-putt course has seen better days. Many of the sites will open into each other. Thankfully we were camping with family so it was no issue for us but I wouldn't want to go there solo. We did get free admission to the fireworks at the golf course and that was pretty excellent. The staff were friendly. Overall, it has great potential but it needs some updates.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 11/10/2017

You need to go across the street to sign in..no big deal. Some sites are close together. We had a nice large site (403) a little unlevel but ok. Could use a little sprucing up. What I did not like was the extra $4 per night admin/amenity fee. Pool was closed and the mini golf is pretty run down. Did not use the restrooms or go in them. Very convenient to Mount Rushmore and Bowling Green. We went to visit grandsons at WKU. Went in October.

4 4 out of 5 stars 09/02/2023

We enjoyed our time at the park and look forward to the possibility of returning in the future. Sites: There are some that are sloped, but others are great. There is lots of Big Rig Access with FHU (see attached map or here is the interactive/digital version https://sartopo.com/m/DMGNU). Restrooms/Shower Rooms: Outdated but well kept up. Laundry: Outdated but well kept up- four washers and four dryers, quarter operated Pool: Is functional but in serious need of preventive maintenance. The pool... Read More

We enjoyed our time at the park and look forward to the possibility of returning in the future. Sites: There are some that are sloped, but others are great. There is lots of Big Rig Access with FHU (see attached map or here is the interactive/digital version https://sartopo.com/m/DMGNU). Restrooms/Shower Rooms: Outdated but well kept up. Laundry: Outdated but well kept up- four washers and four dryers, quarter operated Pool: Is functional but in serious need of preventive maintenance. The pool liner is cracking, peeling, and is very outdated. There is an old ?wading pool? or something that is boarded over and the boards are starting to give away. Location: Bordered on all 4 sides by Mammoth Cave National Park, about 7 minute drive to the visitor center. Nice small town with everything you need and big town stores (Cabela's, Walmart, Tractor Supply, etc.) just a quick 35 min drive away. Activities: Has good diversity of activities- Pool, mini golf, playground (outdated but functional), and yard games available as well Grounds: Well maintained and does not feel like a big campground. Lots of open spaces. Staff: is very nice and helpful Other: Very nice to walk around and explore
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2 2 out of 5 stars 07/01/2019

We just returned from Diamond Caverns and the campground is large but the sites are close together and the amenities need some TLC. We stayed at site 412 which was a pull-thru and it was a very level site and large enough for our rig and truck. For example, the pool was great but needed cleaning by Saturday morning. The rest rooms are close to the pool but are badly in need of a renovation. They do have free Wifi at the membership office/resort and they offer Wifi for a small fee all over the... Read More

We just returned from Diamond Caverns and the campground is large but the sites are close together and the amenities need some TLC. We stayed at site 412 which was a pull-thru and it was a very level site and large enough for our rig and truck. For example, the pool was great but needed cleaning by Saturday morning. The rest rooms are close to the pool but are badly in need of a renovation. They do have free Wifi at the membership office/resort and they offer Wifi for a small fee all over the campground. The putt-putt course has seen better days. Many of the sites will open into each other. Thankfully we were camping with family so it was no issue for us but I wouldn't want to go there solo. We did get free admission to the fireworks at the golf course and that was pretty excellent. The staff were friendly. Overall, it has great potential but it needs some updates.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 11/10/2017

You need to go across the street to sign in..no big deal. Some sites are close together. We had a nice large site (403) a little unlevel but ok. Could use a little sprucing up. What I did not like was the extra $4 per night admin/amenity fee. Pool was closed and the mini golf is pretty run down. Did not use the restrooms or go in them. Very convenient to Mount Rushmore and Bowling Green. We went to visit grandsons at WKU. Went in October.

1878 Mammoth Cave Pkwy, Park City, KY 42160
Coordinates: 37.115430, -86.062350
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct of I-65 & Mammoth Cave Pkwy (SR-255), N 1.3 mi on Mammoth Cave Pkwy (R)

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