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Old 03-04-2019, 02:47 PM   #1
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Duck Creek RV park Paducah Ky

Has anyone staid at Duck Creek park in Paducah KY I've looked at there web site and checked out reviews but a lot off places screen there reviews. I'm looking for a place to stay a week or 2 if I can get around the flooding.






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Has anyone staid at Duck Creek park in Paducah KY I've looked at there web site and checked out reviews but a lot off places screen there reviews. I'm looking for a place to stay a week or 2 if I can get around the flooding.

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yup...many times. it's one of our go-to parks when in the area. if you have rooftop satellite you'll probably want to be in the area to the rear of the office...little to no shade back there. if you want shade an up front spot will be more to your liking. it's quiet and clean with a mix of fulltime, seasonal and travelers. there's a nice, good sized enclosed doggy run. it's not the prettiest part we've ever been in but it also ain't run down or ugly. staff is friendly and they'll likely give you a small rubber or plastic duck as a souvenir. and your RV will have no trouble fitting in. we have a 39' class A pulling a jeep SUV. the pull thrus are more than adequate to handle that.
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Old 03-04-2019, 04:29 PM   #3
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We have stayed there several times as we head to South Dakota. The original owner had MS and he and my wife would talk about their conditions. The last time we were there (2016) the new guys had taken over, but it still remains basically the same. FHU, level and dirt/gravel sites behind the office. Easy in and out. Not a resort, lot of working class sites for construction workers in the area. There is an auto auction next door but that is not a bother. We like the place and the prices are OK. Hope the new guys do well. We definitely will stay there when we head back to SD again
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Stayed there 18 months ago just for a night. Previous descriptions seem right on. The name makes it sound like it's a wildlife destination in the woods, but as Doc said it's more of a working class place and alongside a busy road. It was clean and spacious though. I'd definitely stay there again, but not sure why anyone would want to stay for 2 weeks unless visiting friends or family nearby.
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We stayed there last year in early Feb. on our way home from Texas. Didn't stand out good or bad, our stay was uneventful. I do remember that if it's your first time staying - they give you a truck duck. (little rubber ducky).
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Has anyone staid at Duck Creek park in Paducah KY I've looked at there web site and checked out reviews but a lot off places screen there reviews. I'm looking for a place to stay a week or 2 if I can get around the flooding.






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Spent our 1st overnight there on our very 1st camping trip. Still have that rubber duck in out current RV. A good stopover and would defiantly stay there again. Nice people and they had a nice little pool too.
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I've stayed there in 2016 and here is my blog post about it.

https://bigdudesramblings.blogspot.c...aducah-ky.html
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