KOA Campgrounds in Kentucky

KOA Campgrounds in Kentucky

About Kentucky

Kentucky's rolling hills and verdant fields make it perfect for the genteel horses that come every year for the Kentucky Derby. There's so much more of Kentucky to see, however, from the Appalachian foothills to the subterranean rooms and rivers. If you're ready to explore the Bluegrass state in all its natural beauty, then visit a KOA campground location.

You and your family will love planning a day of exploring Kentucky's lush landscape from your KOA campsite. Whether you're roughing it in a tent or you prefer accommodations with more amenities, then make KOA your home base as you explore all this state has to offer.

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Popular Kentucky Attractions

  • Country Music Highway
  • The National Quilt Museum
  • Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory
  • Renfro Valley
  • Mohammad Ali Center
  • Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Kentucky Campgrounds

Ashland / Huntington West KOA Photo
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Ashland / Huntington West KOA
Argillite, KY
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Bowling Green KOA Photo
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Bowling Green KOA
Bowling Green, KY
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Corbin / Laurel Lake KOA Photo
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Corbin / Laurel Lake KOA
Corbin, KY
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Horse Cave KOA Photo
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Horse Cave KOA
Horse Cave, KY
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Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA Photo
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Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA
Cadiz, KY
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Louisville South KOA Photo
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Louisville South KOA
Shepherdsville, KY
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Paducah / I-24 / Kentucky Lake KOA Photo
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Paducah / I-24 / Kentucky Lake KOA
Calvert City, KY
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Renfro Valley KOA Photo
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Renfro Valley KOA
Mt. Vernon, KY
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Russell Springs KOA Photo
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Russell Springs KOA
Russell Springs, KY
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Benefits of Staying at a KOA Campground in Kentucky

KOA is popular all over the nation because it allows you to camp near the best attractions while enjoying great amenities. No matter which KOA location you choose in Kentucky, you will enjoy a clean campsite, friendly and helpful customer service as well as affordable sites. Plus, you and your kids can participate in an abundance of family activities depending on the campground, from swimming pools to climbing walls to planned campground activities.

Some of the conveniences KOA offers include:

  • KOA store to purchase last-minute necessities or forgotten items
  • Playgrounds for the kids
  • Clean bathrooms with hot water
  • Laundry facilities
  • And more

Choose From a Variety of Ways to Stay in Kentucky

To ensure you get the camping experience you want, KOA features a variety of lodging options. Whether you're looking to rough it or you prefer more comfortable abodes, a KOA campground has something for you:

  • Tent Camping: Tent Sites are the traditional way to camp. Enjoy your view of the lovely Kentucky scenery from your tent flap every morning.
  • Cabin Camping: If you prefer a roof over your head, then you're in luck. Many campers enjoy KOA Camping Cabins that come with electricity and beds. Or, you can elevate your experience further by opting for a Deluxe Cabin. These add a few extra perks like a personal bathroom, and in some cases, linens, a kitchenette or other add-ons to make your stay that much more enjoyable.
  • RV Camping: If your journey across the country in your RV brings you to Kentucky, then be sure to stop off at a KOA RV Site. These convenient spots include features like full-hookups, waste disposal, 30- and 50-amp service and, when available, a KOA Patio™ complete with a fire pit.
  • More Unique Camping Options: If the ordinary is boring to you, then take a walk on the wild side. Many KOA campgrounds give you the option of unique lodgings. This could mean teepees, yurts, cabooses, Glamping Tents, Airstreams and even more fun selections. Each campground varies, so be sure to check ahead to see what's available.

Camp Near Popular Kentucky Attractions

Whether you're here to visit the horses or the mountains are calling your name, there's so much to do in the verdant landscapes of Kentucky. Near Mammoth Cave National Park, beneath the earth, lies the largest cave system on the planet.

When you camp in the Cumberland Foothills, you can enjoy the Appalachian beauty the state is known for. Or, if you can't get enough of rolling rivers, waterfalls and scenic drives, then head to Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, which offers over 85 miles of trails.

However, we can't forget the horse race that put Kentucky on the map. Kentucky's horse country stretches to the north between Lexington and Lousiville. There you'll find the Churchill Downs as well as the Kentucky Derby Museum.

If you're planning a family camping excursion or if you're springtime trip coincides with the Kentucky Derby, there's no time like the present to make your KOA reservation. Booking is simple. Just give us a call or reserve your site on our website. The lush hills of Kentucky are calling you.

Kentucky Campgrounds Map

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