We had a very pleasant stay here. Lots of activities for the kids on site. We used it as a base for the caves and we also day tripped to Bowling Green to go to the amusement/water park there.
We stayed in one of the cabins. Having a kitchenette with the frig was great. Yes, you have to bring our own sheets, but that wasn't a big deal. The pool was okay for the kids, but the water slide kept them very entertained. We stopped at the James James park right down the street at the advise of the camp staff, that too so actually well worth the stop. The kids spent all day going down the alpine slide there. Over all, the camp ground was great, we'd stay there again and recommend it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Over 125 campsites including 20/30/50 amp electrical, water, sewer and primitive sites. 71 Rental cabins of various sizes. Jumping pillow, 2 pools, splash pad, 300' waterslide, free hi-speed wi-fi and more. Full-time recreation staff during peak season. Some cabins open year round. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Hotel Cave City
- Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Resort