RV Campgrounds in Rowan County, Kentucky

RV Campgrounds in Rowan County, Kentucky
Rowan County, Kentucky's RV campgrounds have a lot to offer to RV campers. The county seat and center of Morehead is conveniently located off I-64 and sits on U.S. 60, making the drive to area RV camps easy for even the biggest rigs. The county also sits inside the northern end of Daniel Boone National Forest, as well as being home to the Giant Canada Goose Pond, a large highland lake. That combination of good roads and outdoors attractions make Rowan County a sound RV camping destination.

Twin Knobs Campground

This campground is set on a wooded 700-acre peninsula on Cave Run Lake. All the camp sites have electrical hook-ups, but no other special facilities for RVs. The campground is serviced by a shower house, and has a swimming beach and boat moorings. There are also picnic tables, fire rings, barbecue grills, courts for horseshoes and volleyball, and a softball field.

Twin Knobs Campground
Route 801, 9 miles from I-64's Exit 133
Morehead, KY
(606) 784-8816

Poppy Mountain Campground

Poppy Mountain is the setting for an annual bluegrass festival, as well as a barbecue round-up, and the campground is open only to special ticket holders during those events. The facility is otherwise open to RV campers in general. The sites are set on an open lawn with no shade trees, and the hook-ups are limited to electrical and water. However, the utilities are free Monday through Thursday.

Poppy Mountain
3715 US 60 East
Morehead, KY 40351
(606) 784-227

Outpost RV Park

The Outpost RV Park has 86 gravel sites, 50 of which are 90-foot pull-thrus. All sites have full hook-ups, and 64 of them have up to 50-amp electricity. However, only the 25 tent sites on the park have their own private picnic tables and fire rings. The RV park's facilities include a shower house, coin laundry, swimming pool, playground and camp store with firewood sales and RV supplies.

Outpost RV Park
340 Cave Run Lake Road
Salt Lick KY.40371
(606) 683 2311

Article Written By Edwin Thomas

Edwin Thomas has been writing since 1997. His work has appeared in various online publications, including The Black Table, Proboxing-Fans and others. A travel blogger, editor and writer, Thomas has traveled from Argentina to Vietnam in pursuit of stories. He holds a Master of Arts in international affairs from American University.

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