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Old 01-21-2014, 09:48 AM   #1
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Campground to visit Land Between the Lakes

Looking to visit the Land between the Lakes in June. Can someone give my a park with at least electric and water? Also things to see when visiting the Land between the Lakes.

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If you are referring to Kentucky, look up the zip code for that area and then go to RV Park Reviews :: Campground Search Put in the zip code and the utilities you need and you will probably find what you are looking for.
Hope this helps.
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We stay at the canel rec. c.o.e. in Grand rivers.[exit 31, off I24]. We have the old fart pass, 50% discount. Water and electric. Use as home base. Drive to all interesting sites, wild life loop, Patty's settlement back near interstate. Visit dam, plenty of eateries.
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Thanks for the info. Like the COE park sounds nice
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Old 01-21-2014, 10:58 PM   #5
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We stay at Hillman's Ferry every year. Lots of sites you can reserve. Around $45 for full hook ups. Very nice place.

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Look at the Canal Area Corps of Engineer campground just south of Grand River. I believe it is full hook up and is a pretty nice campground. Cost is about $22 a day, or half that if you have a senior pass. This is an excellent location on the north end of the lakes. There is also a state campground about 7 miles south of Grand River. Can't remember the name, but it is a very nice campground with trail access. Avoid the Exit 31 campground on IS 24.
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I liked Hillman's Ferry also.... sites were large with easy access... firepits and good shade.
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Old 01-23-2014, 08:47 AM   #8
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We stay at Piney and love it.
We stay there more than any other campground.
Most sites have electricity and water near by and a few have sewer also.
You need plenty of water hose if you are away from a hydrant.
Many sites along the water which is very nice.
Small store in the campground, church service etc.
Some sites you can reserve others first come.
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Looking to visit the Land between the Lakes in June. Can someone give my a park with at least electric and water? Also things to see when visiting the Land between the Lakes.

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While you are there be sure you go to Patty's and have one of their 2in pork chops.
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