RV Parks & Campgrounds near Paducah, KY

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Canal Campground, KY


Situated along a peninsula between the lush shorelines of Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake, Canal Campground offers modern camping and provides the ideal setting to enjoy nature at its best with family and friends.

Visitors can enjoy a stunning view of the Barkley Dam and boats traveling through the canal from the comfort of their campsite. The campground faces Barkley Lake, and the shore of Kentucky Lake is a brisk one-mile walk across the canal.


From water sports to wildlife viewing to hiking and biking, Canal Campground is the perfect setting for outdoor activities. Eagle nests can be spotted throughout the grounds, and its not unlikely for visitors to encounter deer and other wildlife. A short hiking trail …
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Location info

Canal Public Use Area Road, Grand Rivers, KY


Day use area, Camping, Fishing, Swimming site

Eureka Campground, KY


Eureka Campground sits on Lake Barkley among wooded rolling hills and abundant wildlife. Fishing is a well-loved sport here; Kentucky's largest yellow bass was caught in these waters, and anglers flock with hopes of breaking the record.


Hikers and bikers are fans of the 2.5 mile Chestnut Oaks Trail that starts here. Other activities include boating, fishing and swimming.


The campground offers 26 sites with water and electric hookups. Additional amenities include hot showers, playground, boat ramp and swimming area. A picnic shelter is available for groups up to 100 guests. Electric hookups are available.

Natural Features

Lake Barkley, the western-most lake on the Cumberland River is connected by a canal to Kentucky Lake, forming one of …
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Location info

State Highway 1271, Kuttawa, KY


Camping, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Biking, Water sports

Hurricane Creek Campground, KY


Hurricane Creek Campground sits along the beautiful Lake Barkley, providing plenty of fresh air and recreation opportunities.

While away the hours boating or hiking on shore. Anglers a plenty come in search of catfish and trophy bass. Wildlife spotting includes white-tailed deer and raccoons.


From water sports to wildlife viewing to hiking and biking, Hurricane Creek is the perfect setting for outdoor activities.


The campground offers 51 sites with water and electric hookups. Six of these are walk-to sites. Hot showers, laundry facilities and a playground are available.

Natural Features

The campground is nestled in the wooded, rolling hills of southwestern Kentucky. Lake Barkley covers 57,900 acres with 1,004 miles of shoreline and offers comfortable and refreshing …
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Location info

Hurricane Camp Road, Eddyville, KY


Camping, Fishing, Swimming site

Camp Cadiz Campground, IL

This campground is the site of an old Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) work camp. Somewhat off the beaten path Camp Cadiz is usually quiet and rarely do the campsites fill up; with the exception of turkey and deer hunting seasons. The campsites are level and each has a fire ring with grill and picnic table.  Equestrian camping is allowed.

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Location info

Cadiz Road, Elizabethtown, IL


Camping, Hiking, Hunting, Horseback riding, Horse camping

Paducah / I-24 / Kentucky Lake KOA, KY

Kentucky is renowned for its outdoors, both the cultivated and undisturbed versions, and if this is what you're looking for in a vacation, look no further than Paducah / I-24 / Kentucky Lake KOA. This RV campground is uniquely situated very close to numerous attractions but has many of its own amenities that you can take advantage of. The park has a dedicated fishing pond (no swimming allowed) that is stocked and ready for you, and a nearby gazebo if you'd rather relax and watch someone else reel them in; if fishing isn't your thing, there is a seasonal swimming pool that is open from late May to late September, a play area for younger kids, and a dog park …

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Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA, KY

If fishing in groups, competitions, or just on your own is what you're looking for, then the RV campground you need is Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA on the shores of Lake Barkley near Rockcastle. This family-friendly RV park has a marina where you can rent a boat and access the waterway that connects to Kentucky Lake and the Cumberland River. Even if fishing isn't your cup of tea, you can still enjoy your stay with amenities such as basketball and volleyball courts, a horseshoe pit and soccer field, a giant chess set, and much more. There are pedal carts and golf carts to help you get around the campground, a floating restaurant serving three meals a day, and …

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Giant City Campground, IL

Giant City Campground takes its name from the massive bluffs of sandstones formed 12,000 years ago. Given the unique geology that surrounds the park and its verdant beauty, it's little wonder that this motorhome camping site is popular among locals and visitors alike.

Dozens of developed sites await Makanda campers who may bring motorhomes of up to 40 feet in length. Access to water, 50/30 amp electric service, showers, and sanitary facilities are available in developed sites. Picnic tables, grills, and fire rings make outdoor meal preparation a breeze. If you need ice to cool food and drinks and firewood for your campfire, you may purchase them on-site.

A pet-friendly campground near Shawnee National Forest, Giant City Campground is a …

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Kenlake State Resort Park Campground, KY

Close to the borders of Illinois and Tennessee in the western reaches of Kentucky, you can find Kenlake State Resort Park Campground. The rustic resort and campground is owned and operated by the state, and visitors can enjoy the delightful summer weather in this scenic slice of nature. It may not be close to Kentucky’s main cities like Lexington, but impressive nature parks, pleasant countryside villages, and tons of brilliant scenery can be expected when you rent an RV near Kenlake State Resort Park Campground.

It doesn’t matter if you have an RV rental, a tent, or nothing at all; this pet-friendly nature resort can accommodate you and your family. A hotel lodge on the lake remains …

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Fort Massac Campground, IL

Some places are just a little bit better for RV camping than others, and southern Illinois definitely feels at home in that category. Spend some time camping at Fort Massac Campground, and you can appreciate all this scenic place has to offer. Being situated in a state park, this Metropolis campground is all about nature and the outdoors. Go fishing or boating (or get a little wild and do both), hike on one of the lovely trails, or spend some time by open flames - choose between a fire ring and a grill - the food will be delicious either way. There’s also a playground on-site, and a casino nearby. It can’t all be about nature.

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Dixon Springs Campground, IL

In the Shawnee Hills, the Dixon Springs Campground is an idyllic base for exploring the natural sights of Southern Illinois. It’s located on a giant block of rock along a fault line that extends across Pope County, with the Garden of Gods Recreation Area and Fort Massac State Park just a stone’s throw away.

RV camping at Dixon Springs Campground includes access to a range of basic campsites, with 30/50 amp connections and water hookups available. There are toilets and showers available near the swimming pool that are open during limited hours, with picnic tables and fire pits also available. Pets are welcome to stay with you at this Illinois RV campground, as are children, with an on-site playground for …

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Ferne Clyffe Campground, IL

Near the town of Goreville in Southern Illinois, the Ferne Clyffe Campground is a popular base for RVers wanting to explore the surrounding Ferne Clyffe State Park. The area is known for its dramatic limestone bluffs, naturally forested woodlands, and cliff caves, as well as a number of seasonal waterfalls.

RV camping at Ferne Clyffe Campground includes access to their pull-through RV sites, with 30/50 amp connections and water hookups available. There are toilets and showers at the RV campground, a children’s playground, and recreation trails to explore, with pets welcome to stay with you. There’s space for big rigs if you’re towing a large travel trailer rental, and on-site fishing is also available.

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Lake Barkley State Resort Park Campground, KY

The scenic countryside of southern Kentucky, close to the border with neighboring Tennessee, is a wonderland for campers and outdoor enthusiasts. Lake Barkley and the Cumberland River are a few of the main features of the region, each with an assortment of spectacular campgrounds and RV parks lining its shores and banks. When you Nashville with relative ease. The campground is mostly known for its fantastic shoreline on Lake …

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Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park Campground, KY

When you are looking at Calvert City. The property has been recognized with numerous awards and is part of the state park, offering outdoor recreational opportunities, cultural and environmental education programming, and many other activities and amenities. The park lodge includes a full-service restaurant and a gift shop with handicrafts produced by local artisans. The campground offers restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a dump station, a grocery store, and WiFi.

Sites at the RV campground provide water and electric hookups, fire rings, and picnic tables. Service is …

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