Went down to KY for a quick week stay, checked in on 10/19/11 about 6:30pm, the guy that checked us in was awesome, nice friendly, talkative and helpful. I wish I could say the same for the rest of the staff we had to deal with the rest if the week. It was almost as I was bothering them anytime I went into the Ranger station to get something or ask about something.
We reserved an Amish cabin, it was cute, small, country type place. Fairly clean, we were able to determine that the kids that stayed in the loft before us ate popcorn, lots of popcorn and had glow necklace things. The heat worked well, but remember you only have about 10 minutes of hot water. Also had a nice fire ring and grill outside to use, convenient.
The week we went, most of the attractions were closed, which was fine, the playgrounds were nice for the kids to play on.
The time we went, the campground was very empty, but it was October and in the middle of the week, towards the campground started to fill up, wish we could have stayed longer!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Over 125 campsites including 20/30/50 amp electrical, water, sewer and primitive sites. 74 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. Major expansion underway for 2018. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Hotel Cave City
- Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Resort