Race to These Top 6 RV Campgrounds in Kentucky


No other state in America has the advantages that Kentucky does. Kentucky is in a prime location for RVers, bridging the Midwest, East, Southeast, and Northeast United States. 

Whether you're a snowbird heading south for the winter or returning home in the spring, an intrepid traveler looking for new locales, or even just a bourbon aficionado on a distillery tour, Kentucky is an adventure waiting to happen. And, luckily, there are plenty of RV campgrounds in Kentucky to stay at while you're there.

Top RV Campgrounds in Kentucky

There are literally dozens upon dozens of campgrounds in the Bluegrass State, and trying to find the best RV parks in Kentucky can take up a lot of your planning time. To get you started, have a look at the following selected list of Kentucky RV parks to see what's out there for RV travelers to explore in Kentucky!

2 Rivers Campground

Amenities: Situated at the confluence of the Kentucky and Ohio rivers, this most aptly-named of RV campgrounds in Kentucky has 15 back-in sites and 18 pull-through sites, all with full hookups. Along with your stay you get river access, and there's also a playground to keep children busy. From April 1st to October 31st there is a 15-day maximum stay, but long-term RV camping is available from November 1st to March 31st each year.

Capacity: 33 RV sites

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General Butler State Resort Park

Amenities: Get yourself out and about at General Butler State Resort Park. This is an RV campground with full hookups and grills, while restrooms with showers are also available. You can go boating or canoeing, go hiking or biking on one of six trails, or grab yourself a license to fish and try to catch some catfish and bass. Like other RV campgrounds in Kentucky, this one is open year-round, but in the winter you should call to reserve a space.

Capacity: 104 RV sites

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General Burnside Island Campground

Amenities: Situated on the only island park in Kentucky, RV campers at General Burnside Island Campground have a wealth of activity options. One of the biggest draws is the 18-hole golf course, but anglers can fish the Cumberland River, and boaters can get on the water from the docks. 

There is a playground for the kids to burn off energy, and then everyone can wash off in the bathhouse. There are 30/20/15 amp electric hookups and water, along with a dump station. Keep in mind that the campground is usually closed for winter, from mid-November to mid-March.

Capacity: 102 RV sites

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Carr Creek State Park Campground 

Amenities: Carr Creek State Park, in Sassafras, Kentucky, hosts what is considered by Kentuckians to be one of the best campgrounds in southeastern Kentucky. Why not check it out for yourself? There are full hookups, restrooms, and showers, and if you want to stay warm, they have firewood for sale. Overnighters can enjoy the full breadth of Carr Creek State Park's natural beauty, and have more chances for fun at Carr Creek Lake for fishing and boating.

Capacity: 39 RV sites

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Outback RV Resort

Amenities: Situated on a woody 24 acres, Outback RV Resort bills its RV campgrounds in Kentucky as "a quiet, clean, and friendly place to stay." It has full hookup campsites, along with a swimming pool, playground, and laundry facilities. There's also a fish cleaning station to prepare your day's catch, and free Wi-Fi throughout the park. The whole family can enjoy the various activities planned by this campground throughout the year.

Capacity: 86 RV sites

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Bowling Green KOA Holiday

Amenities: Whether you're in the Bowling Green area to see nearby Mammoth Cave National Park, or are speeding on over to the National Corvette Museum, the Bowling Green KOA Holiday campground is a great option for those seeking RV campgrounds in Kentucky. 

Amenities include free Wi-Fi, propane for sale, a dog park, camp store, jumbo outdoor checkers, and even a conference center that can seat 100+ people banquet-style. No license is required to fish at Bowling Green KOA holiday's spring-fed lakes, making this campground an ideal one for anglers.

Capacity: 129 RV sites

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Tour RV Parks in Kentucky in a Cruise America RV!

Now that you know of more than a few RV campgrounds in Kentucky you can make use of, it's time to get on the road and get to them. However, if you don't yet have an RV, get in touch with Cruise America. 

There are Cruise America RV rental locations all over the country, including locations in Kentucky, from which you can find comfortable, safe, and modern RVs to take with you on your Bluegrass State sightseeing tour. Don't delay, contact Cruise America to get on the road today!