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6 RV Parks near Cloverport, Kentucky
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cloverport. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cloverport in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $11.00
ACE facility ( also know as Army Engineers Corps), great campground, nice camp hosts. Good fishing spot. Wish we could have stayed longer. - Bajadrmr
Jun 2014 - $11.00
We found a secluded site on parcel level ground and overlooking water tails. We have been back 3 times already this year and love that spot. The coons are a little annoying at night and will pretty much walk up to you! Our site was clean and well maintained! Love this place for a adult camping adventure. - tanyay78
Sep 2011 - $22.00
Why oh why did we stop here? The site was so narrow we could hold a hot dog on a stick out our window and roast it on the neighbor's smoky "fire". Thankfully, they were friendly and tried to talk quietly til about midnight when they retired. There are a few wide sites at one end, and they get progressively narrower along the road. Turns are tight. For us, this reinforced the need to better read RV Park Reviews. - Windjammer
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Axtel is another splendid CoE property. Well-maintained, clean, quiet, and comfortable. A huge sandy beach is located near the entrance. The campground winds around a cove in two directions and many sites have a view of the water. The A loop has the tightest turns and the least attractive sites, including a loud buzzing water treatment plant and road noise directly behind. Best sites are in Areas B-E with plenty of shade, and large gravel pads. Many sites in these sections have direct access to the water where you can beach your boat, fish, or jump in for a swim. Several Buddy sites are also available for camping with friends. Area G (numbered 121-137 sites) are located on a hill without access to the lake, but most have good views and deep shade.
Areas I and H are only open on holiday weekends. Both are along the tail waters instead of the main lake. Area I is located high on the cliffs, while Area H is down near the water.
We were here on a busy summer weekend and the CG was quiet at night. Two hosts are on property and the CoE rangers patrol regularly. Really nice lake destination and we will be sure to stay here again. - Flying Mantis
Jul 2016 - $22.00
The campground is nice , but the park attendant was very,very rude he was very hateful and a smart alec to everyone in our party and other people that were camping there said the same thing too. - Wes payne
Apr 2016 - $11.00
McDaniel, KY Axtel COE Campground. Great COE campground with waterfront and water view sites. Most sites require some leveling but didn't see any extreme. There are some big rig friendly sites just make sure you research or call to inquire. W/E or Electric Only or Nonelectric sites available, dump station onsite. Each site has gravel/blacktop pad, fire ring, picnic table and fish cleaning station. There is a beach and playground. Very calm campground in our eyes even when mostly full. Great places to fish from shore or there is marina across street. Bathhouses pretty standard, charmin toilet paper!! No hand soap though, clean. Verizon and ATT worked very well no issues. One negative thing but not huge no selling of firewood or ice within campground had to go 1 mile up the road to hardware store to get. Roads to get to campground not bad typical lake country roads once off major but very doable just take your time. - CmcDowell
Jun 2019 - $12.00
Be advised that the dump station is one of the worst designs, it was usable, but required exiting the park, coming back in, dumping, driving around the entire park, and then exiting. Some sites are paved. - Timeking
Aug 2018 - $22.00
So, if you're booking on the Reserve America site, know this: the map that's there isn't CLOSE to being an accurate representation of the park. As such, I booked a site I never would have booked, had I known how things really are. Most of the electric sites are set up on the 'wagon-wheel' format, but the "hubs" of the wheel are pretty tight. I couldn't even get my 30' TT around one without dropping off the road, and even shorter TTs won't stay on the asphalt either. There are also some really close driveways (ours touched the neighbors, at the road), and a couple >90-degree turns. Our site, B18, had a beautiful view of the rusted chain link fence which separates the campground from the neighbor's property, which featured a burn pile with old tires on it. Thankfully, he didn't burn anything while we were there. However, there are some nice sites at the park. Most of the best of them are in the primitive camp area. That's right, the really long, scenic view-of-the-lake sites are non-electric. Seems kind of backward, but that's how it is. Oh, and the dump station?? It's on a hill, and you'll never make it to the correct side of the dump station if you're pulling a larger trailer, the turn is really sharp, too. The beach is nice, and on the other side of the highway, but it's also a local favorite (cause it's free), so there were some, uh..., ne'er do wells that visited, that sort of ruined the enjoyment. If we would ever consider going back (and that's a 'probably not'), we'd book a site in the "d" section, in the 40s lot numbers. - fastalker64
Jun 2017 - $22.00
We had a wonderful time camping here. Our site was in the very back of the campground. Very quiet. More than enough room for 2 tents and 5 people. Restrooms were clean and nearby. Attendants were very friendly and helpful. The only complaint was we had to drive to the swimming beach. Could walk but I have health problems. - Floor_it
Jul 2010 - $36.00
We stayed at Tipsaw in the hot of July and had a ball! The water is absolutely beautiful and very well maintained! The electric hook ups were very helpful and the bath houses were extremely close and all around us. This park is very very well kept up with, they clean up every bit of trash possible, clean out the fire pits every morning and restock bath houses daily. They were extremely helpful anytime we needed something and also very friendly. They have firewood, ice and almost any other camping supply you would need. - just1morebasket
Jul 2010 - $20.00
Tipsaw Lake Recreation Area is tranquil and serene. This small, blissfully quiet lake (no speedboats allowed) has a large beach and picnic area, both well maintained. The campgrounds are on a ridge above the lake (no view). Catbrier Loop has 10 sites, all with electric and water. Catbrier is a lovely park-like setting, with flat grassy areas, numerous trees, and large, spacious sites with concrete grid pads. This loop also has a picnic pavilion and two privy restrooms. A 1/2 mile trail to the beach is located in the back. Dogwood and Jackpine loops have some electric sites and communal water faucets. Those loops offer deep-woods shaded sites, and very nice bathhouses plus other privies are located throughout. CG Hosts are present in each loop, and keep the areas well maintained. We spent an excellent weekend floating in the lake, and watching the abundant wildlife: deer, fox, turtles, bats, cranes, and legions of butterflies. At the end of July, these campgrounds were less than half full, we felt we had the place to ourselves! We will definitely return to Tipsaw Lake and the Catbrier campground. - Flying Mantis
May 2008 - $20.00
This is a very nice and quiet family campground. Heavily forested with a lot of privacy. Even on a busy holiday weekend it was quiet. This is a nice relaxing place with a nice beach and play area for the kids. The play area is not by the campground though, it is over the hill by the beach. - camping hoosiers