Whether hooking up in rv parks, or sleeping under the stars in tent campgrounds and cabins, you'll find unbridled opportunities for communing with nature in Kentucky.
best known to travelers as home to blue grass music, horses, and the Kentucky
Derby, it comes as no surprise that Kentucky is big on the outdoors.
There are two dozen state parks throughout Kentucky with public access to a variety of campgrounds, along with privately-owned rv and tent camping sites.
If riding is your thing (or you want to learn how) explore the trails and pitch your tent at one of the state’s many horse camps.
Hiking, biking, and exploring are also on a menu of activities at wilderness areas and national parks -- such as Mammoth Cave, and Land Between the Lakes -- where backcountry camping vies in popularity with full-service campsites.
More about Kentucky campgrounds around the Web:
Kentucky State Parks - Explore camping - Take your pick from more than two dozen state parks with booking information including facilities and amenities,a guide to nearby attractions, maps and photos.
Campgrounds and RV Parks in Kentucky -
The official Kentucky travel guide featuring a database of public and privately-owned camp sites, RV parks and horse camps searchable by location, or browse the alphabetical listing.
Lake Barkley & Kentucky Lake Campgrounds - A prime Kentucky vacation spot with an extensive listing of nearby campgrounds and rv parks with photos, driving directions and contact info, related resources.