Singing Hills Campground

Cave City, Kentucky
RV Park
19 reviews


Daily: $33 Reported 8 months ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Tents Allowed
  • Restaurant
  • Vending Machines
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Public Phone
  • Campfires
  • Propane
  • Fishing
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Pet Area
  • Big Rig Access



“Great place to stay.”

No frills but what a gem. Wanted to be near trail head to ride Mammoth bike trail. Perfect location. Showers basic but very clean. Nice large field for walking dog. Price was right w/ Good Sam discount. Would stay again. Great wifi.

“Quiet and close to everything ”

Nice and quiet. Great location only a few miles from I-65. 
Only bad part was very small lots. Neighbors was only 20 from camper to camper. 
Stayed: 07/21/17 to 07/23/17

“Cute little campground”

My husband and I stayed here last weekend.  We wanted a campground that was close to mammoth cave & far enough away from the main roads for some peace and quiet.  

I had requested a site on the pond since we do love to fish.  Unfortunately the weather has been very hot the past week.  This caused the pond to get quite stagnant, smelly and there were many dead fish on the shore.  The owner was aware of the situation and was working on a solution.  He constructed a large fountain and installed it in the center of the pond, and cleaned out the dead fish.... this definitely seemed to help, by the morning the water was clearer and the fish seemed happy.

The site was on the smallish size but relatively level with a little gravel and the rest manicured lawn.  Once we were all set up it was quite cozy.  Not many bugs/mosquitoes, clean & quiet. The only drawback was the fire pit was pretty close to the trailer, so it was either a campfire or open the awning, not both.  We chose the awning.

Bathhouse was very clean & the dump station was easily accessible.  The owners are terrific!

All in all, a great stay.... I definitely would recommend this campground while visiting the caves!
Stayed: 06/20/17 to 06/21/17


Stayed one night, close to Mammoth caves, family owned, small, quiet.  Didn't use the bath house, so can't rate that, but we enjoyed the overnight stay.  Got to borrow a DVD from office at no cost - pleasant treat!  Shopped nearby Amish store in Cub Run.  Worth the stop, but make note with motorhomes to pull into 'truck delivery' area- NOT normal parking area.  You will not fit, and will have to back out onto the 2 lane fast moving road!  Also, visit the Amish owned hardware store in town.  All friendly folks.  John & Paula, Colorado

“Friendly Clean Quiet Affordable ”

Very friendly and accommodating owners. Nice catch and release pond with monster fish. Kids get certificate for catching fish. Bathrooms very clean and kept up. Very affordable compared to nearby parks. Caves and stores a couple miles away. Walmart 15min. Water/electric are standard with big rig friendly full hookup sites. Owners don't bug you, but are very friendly and helpful with lots of local info. Owners offer free fishing gear, movies, books, balls, etc. Swings and basketball hoop. Spots are a little tight. Visitors are cave tourists from all over.
Stayed: 03/31/17 to 04/03/17

“Nice little campground”

Nice little campground just outside the town of Cave City and only 15 minutes from Mammoth Cave National Park.  We stayed three nights in early April, had site 37 which is a huge pull-thru, the biggest one I’ve every stayed in (no one around you).  But most of the other sites were average in size.  The owners were very friendly and accommodating.  All sites are crushed stone and ours was not that level, but manageable.  All sites have a fire ring and picnic table.  The FHU’s were good.  We had a decent T-Mobile signal with data too.  Wi-Fi in the park was good.  They have a small pond with a catch-and-release policy.  It was quite busy while we were there too.  A nice family park.  BTW, if you’re planning to take a tour in Mammoth Cave NP, go online now and buy your tickets!  

I would stay again.

“Good stop”

Great park friendly people, roads are a little  tight on some turns. Not all sites have sewer and the dump station was full! (Quick open and fast close, not too messy). Had to drive around with some fancy turns to find an open site with a sewer.
Stayed: 09/16/16 to 09/20/16

Great location for visiting the area.  Great staff.  will stay again when in the area.    Great pull thrus.  

“Clean, friendly”

Was quiet, level pull through spots.  Close to Mammoth Cave.

“Loved it! ”

The owners are super nice! They have DVDs you can borrow for free. Pull through sites. We have a 38ft 5th wheel we fit fine with room to spare. Sites are a little close together but there is a huge field the kids can play in, a pond, horse shoes, volley ball net, swings, etc. Super close to caves and tourist stuff, but quiet and out of the way which we prefer. We would stay here again if in the area.

“Terrific place”

We've stayed there three times either coming or going north from Chattanooga, Tn. It's a beautiful and peaceful  area with truly gracious owners who care about their customers. If you have a problem, the owner will do everything in his power to fix it. No frills, but we will keep stoping by when we are close

“Simply Super Place”

Stayed two days on our way back North.  Very friendly owners, many pull thru sites, clean restrooms and showers.  We sat with a little pond at our back window. 35' 5th wheel
Stayed: 04/05/16 to 04/06/16

“Really Nice Little place”

Quiet, clean, polite friendly staff. Wifi works, interesting local sites, good stop. $17 PA rate. Happy Campers. 

“Singing Hills”

$29 for full hookup. Staff really good. Showers are basic but clean and really good hot water. Recommend to anyone.
Christmas tree right at our site!


Campground is definitely a breath of fresh air. Quaint, extremely clean and the most congenial hosts ever!! Mr. Elon and Miss Beth made sure everybody's needs were met. Balls, books, and fishing poles were available if our grandson's wanted to use them. We definitely will return. And, yes Miss Beth, the crab apples are sweeter after the first frost...?????

“Park hopper”

Nice family campground. Owners very helpful and accommodating. Not all sites are large but ours met our needs, we only slept there. Most days spent in caves. Asked for one night with possible second, wound up spending 3 nights. Would come back again if in the area. 

Price was very resonable. The managers where very friendly and helpful great people. The location was very nice with the pond and trees. Lots where not very level but with a little bit of work they where fine.

“Nice and quiet. ”

Friendly owners / staff. Nice and quiet. If you want to get away from the noise of other commercial campgrounds, this is a great choice. 28ft TT. 
Stayed: 04/04/15 to 04/07/15

“Nice and Quiet. ”

This is a small quiet campground. We enjoyed our stay and evenings fishing in the pond. We will definitely stay here again. Owners are very nice and are always available if needed. 

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