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5 RV Parks near Coal Run Village, Kentucky
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Coal Run Village. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Coal Run Village in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $25.00
We stayed here on our way to Lexington. Due to all the mountains we were looking for someplace somewhat flat and this was a good choice. The park is located just off Hwy 23 with a slight hill and then you're there. The park is right by the ball field but is concrete pad and easy in and out. Gate is locked so only campers can get in. Nice flat site and easy access - rbrown5305
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We stayed 3 nights, the 30 amp plug in was burned up did not work, the wifi did not work, cable tv did not work. The gated security gate, every one under the sun had the gate code and non renters entered the park and would park in the sites and roadway. The worst thing is the lengthy rules renters have to follow or get a ticket from the Pikeville Police Department but the city who makes the rules can break them by allowing the college and high school to have soccer practice at 5 am in the morning, blowing whistles and ball field lights as bright as the sun disrupting the RV Park renters. There was no peace and quiet at this park. I would not stay at this park again EVER!!! - Hatfield Family
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We spent 3 nights here. This city campground is in Bob Amos Park which also has sport fields and picnic areas plus an excellent overlook of the city. It's less than a mile off US23 and all roads are paved as are the campground road and all the sites. The road to the park is steep but no trouble. All sites are FHU back in. Some are shorter than others and some have wide pavement for vehicle parking adjacent to the RV site. Ours (21) backed up to the soccer field so we could sit inside and watch 2 high school games one night under the lights. One RV park road turn was tight for our 37' fifth wheel but you're OK if you pay attention. The utilities worked well as did our rooftop dish. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well. The campground is gated and you are emailed rules with your confirmation which has the gate combo. There is no office or attendant. There is a phone by the gate if needed to call a city contact. Reservations are made on their website which has a map but no accurate detail of site sizes, a credit card is required. We used Google Earth to check the park out in advance. The park is very nice and well maintained as is the entire Bob Amos Park. There were 5 or 6 RVs in the 21 site campground while we were there. There is one loop with sites on both sides of the road. There was minimal road noise but there was a soccer practice one morning at 5:30 am. We'd return here. - big greg
May 2018 - $32.00
This is a beautiful state park located in Eastern KY near Prestonsburg. The campground is just a small part of large, 2,900 acre reserve. The campground is clean and well-maintained. We were here over Memorial Day weekend, one of their busiest, and the grounds stayed in pretty good shape. All sites have electric (50/30/20 amp) and water but only B and C loops have sewer. Sites are generally well-spaced and we didn't feel like we were right on top of our neighbors. Cell service in this area is poor. We have AT&T and found it spotty and weak on B and C loops and non-existent on A loop. We could usually send and receive EMails and texts while on B loop but often could not make a call. Other campers reported Verizon service was poor too. We did not use the bathhouses. There are 3 loops, A, B, and C. "A" loop is flat with level sites while B and C loops are located on pretty steep hills. A few of the B and C loop sites are level but most are not. B059, for example where we were originally assigned, was too steep for us to level our 45' motorhome. I think smaller RV's could use sites like this but larger rigs cannot. We found the staff to be very friendly and accommodating. They worked with us to move to B039, which is much more level, despite the park being sold out for the holiday weekend. We were here for a family reunion and would probably stay here again in the future as long as we could get a site that can handle our MH. - rd9999
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Stayed here twice in the last month. Sites in Loop A are more level than Loop B & C. Loop B & C are FHU. Bring extra water hose because water is shared between sites which put hydrant on opposite side of RV. Bath house was clean but dated. No shower curtain between shower and changing area made it difficult keeping clothes and towel dry. Camp store has ice, firewood and beer. Activities for kids and adults on the weekend. AT&T service would come and go, mostly go. Staff and camp host friendly and helpful. - melandme
Jun 2017 - $33.00
After reading other reviews of this park we decided to use our tow vehicle to check out the drive to the park and the sites, to validate what others have said about the difficulties they had in getting to the park and finding an adequate site for a large motorhome. We found the drive into the park no more daunting than getting to Yosemite, or driving through the Rockies, for our 45' motorhome. Most of the sites in the park are rather short, and most aren't too level. Others suggested staying out of loops B & C but we found site C80 was the most level, long enough, and would allow us a sat signal on our front mount dish. This site also was a full hookup. The park is clean, quiet, and scenic, and the staff extremely friendly. What else could you ask for? The staff also scheduled a full weekend of activities for guests, from fishing to hatchet throwing. - glenstmary
Aug 2019 - $26.00
There are multiple issues with this park and its campground. I was surprised when I entered and had to pay $2 to enter, even though I had already paid for and reserved a campsite. Second, the site was awful. It was really, really small, close to the road (and I have small children), and the turn to back the pop-up in was awkward, because it was uphill and curved. It was so small and hilly that we didn't have a spot for the onsite picnic table. Third, this is a busy campground. I'm not exaggerating when I say that there were cars driving around the loop every 5-10 minutes. With small children next to the road, it made it a very unrelaxing trip. Fourth, this seemed like less of a campground to enjoy nature and more of a campground for a party. Fourth, the quiet hour rules are not observed, at all. At midnight there were still cars driving around the loop with their brights on. There were people yelling, partying, and smoking. Someone got on a motorcycle, started it, and drove off at 12:23 AM. It was ridiculous. Fifth, the bathhouse was disgusting. The floor was flooded the whole time. Tiles were falling off the wall. In the showers, the handles were falling off and it looked like they just punched holes in the wall and pulled the pipes through. Sixth, to go anywhere else in the park, you have to drive. It'd be nice to have trails close by. Seventh, in every other Virginia state park I've stayed in, pool/lake passes have been given. That wasn't the case here. I had to pay $50 to take my family to the pool. The lady at the window had a bad attitude because she expected us to know how the armbands worked. Also, my son who is 7 and can swim fully and wasn't allowed on their biggest water slides, which are quite honestly super small. Our local pool has a bigger slide. All in all, a terrible experience. The only positives are the trails are good and you get great views and cool rock formations. I recommend visiting the trails, but only as a day trip. - Tyler Johnson
Jul 2018 - $25.00
$2.00 entrance fee to park...$5.00 register fee for campground...$25.00 for the site which was water and electricity. Very small, unlevel site. There were many better sites that remained empty. Overall a dumpy campground. - tadpole1234
Jul 2017 - $26.00
This was an interesting experience, staying at Breaks Interstate Park. There were many firsts. 1-I had to pay just to enter the park, regardless of the reservation I had or the window tag issued to me at the campground (this was a one time fee, though). 2-I reserved and paid for a site with water/electric and sewer, but got only a water/electric site. 3-The site (D-101), was terrible! It was literally a roadside pull-off that was just wide enough for my RV with the door being less than a foot off the road. My son and his friends stayed in a tent that was equally close to the road. The fire ring felt like a community fire since it was right beside the road. Small consolation, but there was a worse site (D-88), that was literally part of the kids' play place. 4-Every other Va. state park I stayed at (Pocahontas, Natural Tunnel, etc.) included the water park/pool. To swim at the pool/water park at Breaks was an additional 10 dollars per person. 5-I bought firewood at the camp store and it was so wet that I was unable to burn it. I ended up leaving it in the fire ring. 6-The men's bathhouse floor in the D campground was perpetually flooded. I'm not sure if the drain was backing up or where the water was coming from. I was told that they have to be self supporting so that may be the reason for the additional fees. It was a surprise to find out at camp, though. The camp is beautiful, with some amazing views. However, the most valuable part of this camp is its people! I don't have names unfortunately. The camp host at the D campground was great! He found us another spot to put a tent that wasn't on our campsite. We ended up not using it though. The camp superintendent was awesome! We had what turned out to be a minor medical emergency that required a trip to a hospital. He and the other park rangers were amazing! In addition to making sure that help was sent, they helped until the ambulance arrived. Once at the hospital, they came to pick us up from the hospital! - twright342
Jun 2018 - $16.00
We stay here every summer, a couple weekends each month. We always love our stay here. There is plenty of activities close by. There is a playground for kids, clean showers, nice camp sites. The new owners of the marina have done great things. They have added a water park that most kids love. You can rent pontoons, kayaks at the marina also. Lake is kinda filled with drift wood, but most lakes are that didn't bother us. They could do a little better cleaning the boat loading ramp. Other then that, we will continue to stay at this campground for years to come. - Melissajase3714