Early Kentucky pioneers referred to the Kentucky Palisades as one of the nation’s natural curiosities, and the Cummins Ferry owners understand the splendor of the region well. The region has largely remained untouched since the days of Daniel Boone, and you can get out on the Kentucky River directly from your RV site. This park is a short drive away from Old Fort Harrod State Park.
The park’s centralized location puts you right in the heart of Kentucky, making ventures throughout the state a simple affair, and there’s no shortage of things to do directly within the campgrounds. You can launch your boat from the marina or get out on the river on foot and try the local fishing. The natural limestone cliffs are truly a sight to behold.
“Stayed recently for the weekend. The owners were like old friends. The gated campground is very clean and well maintained. Shaded spots available and pull through spots in the middle without shade. Quiet at night and campers were friendly.” – Karen, Google Review