Louisville Metro KOA

900 Marriott Drive

Clarksville, IN 47129

Reserve: 800-562-4771

Info: 812-282-4474

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Campground Amenities

Amenities Overview

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 69' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Propane ($)
  • Kamping Kitchen

Campground Activities

 

Shopping

Greentree Mall is 4 miles away www.greentreemall.com. Bass Pro 4 miles away www.basspro.com. Walmart is 4 miles away www.walmart.com. Lowes/Home Depot are 4 miles away. Target, Best Buy, Sams, Old Navy, Pet Smart, Krogers, Meijer's and TJ Maxx are all 4 miles away from our campground

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Dining

Buckheads 1 mile eatatbuckheads.com Rocky's Italian 1 mile eatatrockys.com Bearno's Pizza 1 mile www.bearnospizza.com Hooters 1 mile www.hooters.com

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Walking/Biking

Enjoy walking and biking on the Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail. Ride your bike across the Ohio River to downtown Louisville.

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Golfing

Wooded View is located 4 miles away (812-283-9274). Hidden Creek is 6 miles away (www.hiddencreekgolfclub.com 812-246-2556). Covered Bridge (www.coveredbridge.com 812-246-8880). Champions Pointe (www.championspointe.com 812-294-1800) Valhalla (www.valhallagolf.com 502-245-1238 Jack Nicklaus course)

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Sports

Louisville Bats Baseball minor league is only 3 miles www.louisvillebats.com. U of L Basketball college team 2 miles www.uoflsports.com

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Meet Your Hosts

Barbara Ringo

"There are so many things to do in the area, just one night won't do it."


When Ernie and Barbara Ringo purchased their KOA campground in 1987, it was booking a handful of campers each season. Lots of repairs, upgrades, and long hours later, the Ringo host more than 17,000 campers each season at their KOA.

Before they purchased the campground, they lived in Alaska where Ernie worked in oil processing, while Barbara held down the home front. Ernie retired and decided he "wanted to do something he had never done before." He went on a hunt to find a new focus in his life.

While reading a magazine one day, the couple saw a KOA advertisement about the franchise opportunity. Barbara said they spent the next several weeks traveling the country touring KOA campgrounds for sale.

"We're awfully proud of the one we got. We are a little bit different being in the metro area, but we serve a distinct purpose," Barbara said.

Barbara said the couple likes to "make the customers as happy as we can when there here and keep them another night. There are so many things to do in the area; just one night won't do it."

When they aren't working they like to visit grandchildren. Ernie races cars and participates in races in any way he can.

People sometimes ask the Ringos when they will sell their campground and retire. Barbara tells them, "We're not ready to sell because we are having so much fun!"

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