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This place is very nice. Clean rooms and the beds were extremely comfortable, a little on the small side (1 room/2 beds), but it's all we needed. The staff is friendly and helpful. Restaurant is nice, too. We really enjoyed the retro feel. We will...More
Loyal Customer For Years, I recently called
The manager about 10 days ago, He called me back very promptly, I explained, To the manager. About a previous, Somewhat disappointing set of circumstances my wife and I experienced at Ky Dam Village,
(Previously reviewed a few...More
Do not stop here If you are over 20 feet. I was in a 30 foot class C and left forfeiting my three night payment. There is no view worth the grief of navigating this dump. The attendant tried to find a spot and the...More
Kenlake State Park is a beautiful resort with amenities for everyone. There are cabins, a lodge, a tennis center, campground, and nearby access to the Land Between the Lakes Federal Recreation Area. I would have rated the campground higher if the topography had been more...More
I planned and prepaid for two nights non refundable. After one night I just walked away. I stayed in cabin 270. First off the kitchen looked like never used. However cob webs around windows. Not one picture on wall. Minimum lights and very dark. Lacking...More
US$73 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from timgoode48 | Reviewed this property |
There are some sites on the water, but direct access to the water from the site is not possible. There are some paths to reach the water's edge, but the shoreline is VERY rocky. Water sandals would definitely be necessary.