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Old 06-04-2013, 01:41 PM   #1
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Renfroe Valley, Kentucky

Anyone been? If so, what's it like and is the music worth the trip? Campground recommendations?
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Well worth it. A mix of venues. Country and bluegrass and some old rock and roll. Been there twice!
Camped right at the place.

http://www.renfrovalley.com/

http://www.renfrovalley.com/rv-park/

http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions...ro_Valley.html
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The new CG is great, they have their own CG's. No-one makes an RV too big to park there and all sites are nearly level; the old one is fine for <30' Rv's. Even local talent is very good entertainment; when the big-name stars are there it's a good idea to buy tickets in advance.
Even though it's only a 3 hour drive, we always stop overnight there enroute South on I75. Check-in parking is iffy at times, plan ahead before pulling in.
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