Laurel Lake Camping Resort
After trading our 2401rg for the 2455bhs, We spent our “shack down” trip here. We originally booked for one night and enjoyed it so much we stayed THREE!! They are doing renovations and are set to re-open on March 23, 2018. Since we were local, they did us a huge favor by letting us stay for our trip.
Arrived: February 24, 2018
Departed: February 27, 2018
Cost of stay: $120.00
Here are a few details on the campground:
Sites are gravel and mostly level
Has Wifi – We did not use.
Has a pond
Woods Park like sitting
Very Neat General Store
Also offers Cabin and Tent camping
Has 36 site, 7 are pull thru sites
Check in time : ??
Check out time: ??
Our view over looked the pond, it was a very private site. It was easy to locate. Most are spacious, it is very much a park like setting.
Hannah had the best view as her bottom bunk window is at the rear of the camper. Not a bad view to wake up to.
The site are gravel and very level side to side and front to back. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring.
The hookups are grouped together and sewer sit slight further downhill.
They are currently expanding this campground and the plans look to make it even more amazing.
Only real con is not the campgrounds fault.. We stayed during off season and they were not “technically” open. So since they were not open we really did not get to take in the whole campground.
This campground is with a couple miles of the Daniel Boone National Forest (website) and the Laurel Lake Spillway. It is also about a 15 minute drive to Cumberland Falls State Park (website) which is well worth the drive.
For more information or to book your stay go to : Laurel Lake Camping Resort Facebook
Thanks for reading and as always Happy Camping!!