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Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Resort

1002 Mammoth Cave Rd.    Cave City  KENTUCKY  US  42127    (800)523-1854 1002 Mammoth Cave Rd.,  Cave City, KENTUCKY, 42127

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  • 37.13726,-85.9963

  • $30

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Reviews

bobhiker

October 07,2010

Awesome campground. Very clean and friendly folks. Ashalt lanes = quiet and not dust. Far enough from highway = fairly quiet. Internet worked great.

lacemaster

April 17,2010

This camp ground was fun. A lot for the kids to do and a lot to do off campgrounds. Great location for camping. You do not have to leave the campground because there is a lot to do there

taverran

April 11,2010

We had such a great experience here while we visited Mammoth Caves. We rented a cabin and everything was cleaned well. The staff was very friendly and had activivites all weekend for the children. The location was perfect and there was plenty of shade. This is definitely a great family atmosphere! We try to plan all of our stays at Jellystone campgrounds....they are the best!!

gorillagirl

February 04,2010

Very high priced for a hilly campground. Every activity costs extra from swimming to hayride. If your campsite is at bottom of hill, it will get flooded when it rains. Good points are clean failities and friendly staff. Will not return.

rooroosmama

January 08,2010

We stayed here with 5 other families (2 were in cabins) while we visited Mammoth Cave. The location was handy, staff friendly and helpful. Restrooms/showers were clean. Campstore was nice. They did not have all the other activities going because we were there in late March but we did get a visit from Yogi! This park served our purposes (time with family/friends, see Mammoth Cave) well, but I'm not sure it would be the best destination in and of itself. The sites were small and not very level and there was no shade (didn't matter in March) but they were close to the cabins. We were able to rent a golf cart to run Grandmother around the campground.

dlhc22768

July 29,2009

This place has something to do all the time! My boys just loved it here. We came upon this one by sure accident because I made the wrong turn looking for Mammoth Cave State Park and was sure glad of my mistake in directions. My boys loved the pool, mini golf and especially candy bar bingo. At night they had a Yogi Bear ho-down which was also a big hit. Very close to Mammoth Cave for day trips and wonderful to come back to for a little cool down in the pool after hiking. A real must visit.

Jsac

January 02,2009

Great family park!! Plenty of things to do on and off grounds. Campgrounds were clean and staff was VERY friendly! I grew up camping across the United States and now I'm trying to get my kids started too, I don't think I could have picked a better place for their first camping experience. From mini-golf to fishing, the pool and the endless hours spent at the 300 foot water slide just made the trip wonderful! And if it didn't rain then I never would have noticed the other activities they had for the kids. Arts and crafts, movies,shows and hay rides. Nice camping store inside, they had many things that I never thought I would need, but did... They have a food stand inside, to be honest the only thing I know they had was pizza,because I smelled it as we past by the counter, not sure what else.. Someone told me later that they even deliver it to your site. A definite must come back to place!! I know I will!!

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bobhiker, lacemaster, taverran, carebear410, gorillagirl, rooroosmama, dlhc22768, Jsac, mgoblue911,