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Jellystone Park Camp Resort


1002 Mammoth Cave Rd
Cave City, KY 42127
270.773.384
No Email Address
http://www.jellystonemammothcave.com/
2 Reviews
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This was the most overpriced RV Park we have ever stayed at. The sites had gravel RV pads that were horribly un-level. The landscape was dismal, and there was almost no shade. I noticed a dozen or more trees throughout the park with no leaves on them, and we were there in Mid July. The utilities were in OK shape but were terribly positioned in relationship to my RV. I had to almost park the rear of my rig in the road so my sewer hose with extension would reach the sewer drop. The restrooms were clean, but no AC. There were 2 rest room buildings in the RV park, but in one of the buildings the men's room was closed, out of order, the entire time we were there. In the only open men's room in the park area, one of the 3 toilets was out of order the entire time we were there. The pool was large and very nice, but was always crowded. The park welcomed (for a fee) day visitors to use the water activities. The water slide was a big hit for my kids, but it cost an additional $6 per day, per kid, even though we were paying almost $45 per night. I would not recommend this park, and will not return.

Received from TCamper for visit in Jul 2007


Site Number: None
Stay Again? NO
Not a bad campground. Very hilly!!!! We took our bicycles, but were unable to use them as the campground roads are very, very steep. Sites were about average size, and the campground staff was friendly. They have mini-golf, a water slide (didn't use due to the weather), laundry facilities and very nice, clean, modern restrooms and showers. CG had lots of extras like golf carts, arcade & playground. Close to Mammoth Cave National Park. Besides the National Park, this area has many, many other interesting and family friendly things to do.

Received from Williams for visit in Apr 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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