Does anyone have any recommendations for an RV campground around Mammoth Cave, KY? We want to plan a short weekend trip there in March. I looked online and the two that stood out were Diamond Caverns and Jellystone Park. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks.
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On edit, if you have kids, stick with the Jellystone. There are no extra ammenities at CC.
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I take it you need electric service...We'll be there in June and have 4 nights next door at the federal Mammoth Caves CG ( no electric) and another 4 nights about 10 miles north at Nolin Lake State Park, which has full power. It's been about 25 years since we have been there...Here is the Kentucky State Park site that gives you one or two pictures of every campsite. Was very helpful in selecting a site at Nolin Lake SP
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