We liked it, but there were only three of us. You'll want to plan accordingly and not bring along tons of stuff when you pack; otherwise you'll be sitting on top of it! There's a small table where you can eat, use a laptop, or play cards. Otherwise, you'll be sitting on beds. We didn't mind because we all liked being in the same room, and we mostly used the cabin for sleeping, not hanging out.
Pros: affordable, easy to keep up, and close to main roads
Cons: tiny, nothing much to do in the campground but walk around, and no privacy in the cabin.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Over 125 campsites including 20/30/50 amp electrical, water, sewer and primitive sites. 74 Rental cabins of various sizes. Jumping pillow, 2 pools, splash pad, 300' waterslide, free hi-speed wi-fi and more. Full-time recreation staff during peak season. Some cabins open year round. Major expansion underway for 2018. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Hotel Cave City
- Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Resort