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Alexandria, KY

Use horse sense when deciding on a vacation destination in Northern Kentucky's great outdoors. A.J. Jolly Park invites you to camp along with your equine companion and enjoy 20 miles of scenic trails. It's a simple process to make a reservation with the online system. Equestrian camp sites have water/electric hookups and nearby dump station, comfort station, playground and picnic shelter. The stable contains 28 stalls and accompanying muck trailer. The 1,000-acre park also has 75 regular RV sites, both improved and primitive.

A.J. Jolly Park is located in beautiful Campbell County, known for its rolling hills, abundant water and miles of greenspace. The park capitalizes on its nature resources not only with its horse trails, but nine baseball fields, an 18-hole disc golf course, picnic areas, four soccer fields and room to play basketball, tennis and sand volleyball. The picturesque landscape of A.J. Jolly Golf Course adds to enjoyment of the game. The 200-acre fishing lake is a terrific place for kayaks and canoes, and you can rent one if you don't have your own.

Sensational experiences await visitors to the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area, just north of A.J. Jolly Park. From riverboat rides to amusement park thrills to animal encounters, there's something to interest everyone. On the Kentucky side, Newport on the Levee draws shoppers and diners and those venturing into the undersea world of the Newport Aquarium. Cars blaze around the Kentucky Speedway, host to a variety of exciting races. Baseball fans can check out the Reds-hot action at the Great American Ball Park. Diamondback, Beast and Flight of Fear are among the rides at Kings Island, the largest amusement and water park in the Midwest. And no less captivating are the wild cats, manatees, alligators and snakes at the Cincinnati Zoo.

Smithland, KY

The Birdsville Resort and Campground, tucked in the wooded countryside of western Kentucky in Smithland, offers campers a picturesque base camp from which to visit the many area attractions. With easy access to I-64 and I-24, the campground sits on the Kentucky side of the beautiful Ohio River and has plenty of sites for RVers and tent campers all available through the easy to use online reservation system. Convenient to the towns of Marion, Paducah, Grand Rivers and Land Between the Lakes and just across the border from both Illinois and Tennessee, the property boasts over 1200 feet of river frontage.

A 36-foot fishing pier allows for excellent fishing or boating, and with power boating permitted, the Ohio is a great place for water and jet skiing. Birdwatching and wildlife viewing venues on the river¿s edge are superb, and other on-site activities include volleyball, basketball and picnicking. Only a 20 minute drive from the bustling town of Paducah, campers can easily visit the downtown district¿s antique stores, boutiques, cafes and restaurants.

Visitors to the Birdsville Resort and Campground can¿t miss a stop at the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, a 170,000 acre park between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley that is filled with wildlife such as deer and wild turkey and is a popular destination for biking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing and photography. Located on the property of the Land Between the Lakes is The Homeplace -1850, a living history farm which features demonstrations of the life and work of an nineteenth century farm family. The River Heritage Museum in Paducah celebrates the history of the Four Rivers region and the Museum of the American Quilter¿s Society is the only state-of-the-art facility of its kind, and is just one of the many fascinating destination for guests of the Birdsville Resort and Campground.

Cave City, KY

Nestled in the heart of Mammoth Cave Country with easy access to I-65, the Cave Country RV Campground is the ideal spot from which to discover all that southern Kentucky has to offer. Located in Cave City and with available online reservations, the property features spacious RV sites and rental cabins that comfortably sleep eight as well as new modern restrooms and a recreation room. Many additional services are close to the campground, including restaurants, a convention center and churches.

The main attraction of this region of Kentucky is in the stunning cave systems that wind throughout the area, including the Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest cave system, offering daily tours through the stunning subterranean tunnels. At least eight other caves and caverns are open for tours, with breathtaking stalactites, stalagmites and underground rivers. The area also contains the best of Kentucky antiquing, lake and river fishing, historic sites, canoeing and hiking at parks near Mammoth Cave including the Barren River Lake State Park.

Other nearby destinations include the Beech Bend Raceway and Amusement Park with rides and games for the entire family, and budding paleontologists will love Dinosaur World Park, a museum dedicated to presenting the fascinating creatures in a fun manner, and also has a playground and picnic area. The National Corvette Museum is another unique attraction, with over 60 rare and unique Corvettes dating from 1953 and exhibits containing rare Corvette memorabilia. Located in Bowling Green, the museum sits just across from the world’s only Corvette Assembly Plant, only a short distance from the centrally located Cave Country RV Campground.

Taylorsville, KY

Take Exit 125 off I-65 to Taylorsville and find yourself a short drive from Rolling Hills Camping Resort in the heart of the Kentucky Bluegrass Country. Our 37-acre camp is within easy driving distance of Louisville, Frankfort and Lexington. Make your reservations online for one of our spacious campsites equipped for tents, pop-ups, trailers, vans and RVs up to 45 feet in length, or one of our cabins.

You will spend quality time in our beautiful country retreat, with its pool, jacuzzi, games and playground area. A round or two of miniature golf will help your putting, you might catch a fish for dinner in our pond and everyone enjoys a meal or two outdoors in our picnic area. Our camping resort is nestled in the peace and quiet of gentle Kentucky hills and here you can enjoy any of the four seasons of the year.

From Rolling Hills Camping Resort it is only a short trip to Louisville to see Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby Museum and to drive through the beautiful roads lined with white-fenced horse farms. Take a cruise on the Belle of Louisville, and be sure to visit historical Frankfort and Lexington. Come visit us and have the time of your life.

Carrollton, KY

Kentucky's new RV park, 2 Rivers Campground, is open for business and fit 2 be tried! Experience the sight of the Kentucky and Ohio rivers coming together in Carrollton, where the small-town atmosphere adds to the charm of a vacation getaway. RV sites are full hookups, and rustic sites are set aside for tent campers. It's a great spot for relaxing with a fishing pole or planning a road trip to Louisville or Cincinnati. Booking a reservation today with the convenient online system ensures you get the site you want.

Among 2 Rivers Campground's first-rate amenities are a boat ramp, pavilion, 50-amp service, playground and adult exercise area. The city of Carrollton has shops to stock up on supplies, restaurants and historic buildings to see on walking and driving tours. A short distance away is the Kentucky Speedway. Stay at 2 Rivers and then zoom into the thrilling world of NASCAR racing. Drive over to Indiana for entertainment and slots at Belterra Casino, and feel the excitement of hydroplane racing during the annual regatta in Madison.

The Kentucky park is perfectly situated to explore General Butler Resort State Park and Big Bone Lick State Park. General Butler park features a 30-acre lake, hiking trails and a historic home. See replicas and fossils of the giant creatures that sank into the swamps in what is now Big Bone Lick State Park. No trip to Louisville is complete without a look at the famous Churchill Downs race track, home to the Kentucky Derby, and a tour of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, where classic baseball bats are made. The Cincinnati Zoo, Newport Aquarium and all the sporting and cultural venues of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area add up to a sensational place to visit. You'll soon discover that 2 Rivers Campground is the place 2 be.

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Paducah, KY

Located in the quaint historic town of Paducah, Kentucky, Duck Creek RV Park, with easy access to I-24, is western Kentucky's newest facility for all of your camping needs. Equipped with a swimming pool for playing or lounging, as well as long pull thrus for the biggest rigs with 50 amp full hookups, our campground is the perfect place to plan your next vacation using the convenient online reservation system. A gameroom with pool table, pinball and darts gives guests an option for indoor fun, while a gift shop and immaculate handicapped accessible restrooms and shower afford all the comforts of home.

Situated at the junction of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers, Paducah provides campers with some of the best fishing, hiking and water recreation opportunities in the region. The rich history of this charming river town is depicted in the Floodwall Murals on the riverfront in the historic district of downtown Paducah, along with many antique shops, restaurants and boutiques. This important town is an arts mecca, with many galleries and the Lowertown Arts District where tourists can meet and watch artists from around the world work in their studios.

Home to the National Quilt Museum, a state of the art facility that is home to an extensive collection of over 200 handcrafted quilts, Paducah hosts the annual AQS Quilt Show and Contest each April. A complimentary trolley tour stops at many locations in Paducah, including an historic Texaco Station and the museum, including the River Heritage Museum, which celebrates the history of the Four Rivers region. A stay at the Duck Creek RV Park has all the comforts of home, the amenities of a first class RV park, and all of the best of western Kentucky at its doorstep.

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