If you’ve been driving all day and are in need of a restful retreat, pull off the highway into Western Kentucky RV Park for a pleasurable stay.
The park is laid out exclusively for RV’s, with quick and easy connections to electricity (20/30/50) sewer, water, and wifi. There are 50 pull-through sites with reasonably level, gravel pads and plenty of length for the bigger rigs with young trees dotted around for shade.
The setting is rural Kentucky, a state known for its open green spaces and the famous Kentucky Derby, a horse-racing event that brings the world to its feet once every year. If you’re traveling to Louisville or Nashville, Kentucky RV Park is a convenient stopover for road trippers who find themselves pleasantly surprised by the accommodating hosts and ultra clean restrooms and showers. There’s a playground for the kids, and it's okay to bring your pets, but there are a few rules to follow.
Pooches must be on a leash and owners are required to pick up their waste. Pack the litter bags before you leave home and keep this camp pristine. The park area inspires a leisurely space to walk your pooch with grassy spaces to play ball or spend quality time in the great outdoors. Many RVers travel up and down the country with their furry friends on board and value the pet-friendly insignia so many campgrounds promote.
A four-minute drive along the scenic parkway will find you in Central City, a quaint settlement with an interesting history and a passion for music. A monument and museum dedicated to the Everly Brothers, an early '60s singing duo, is a popular attraction, while family-friendly restaurants and local parks offer an outing away from the park
You can access the Muhlenberg County Rail-Trail from Central City, which takes you on an adventurous walk past wetlands, across bridges, and through meadows, covering around six miles of exhilarating hiking fun.