Following a long days drive and a really great meal from Tony Gore’s BBQ in Tennessee, we were getting pretty tired and needed to find a place to setup camp for the night. Since we were northbound on I-75 in Kentucky at this point, we first thought of the Kentucky Horse Park. I got on the phone and called to see if they had a spot for us. They informed me that they happened to be full, so we now needed to think of a new plan.
I saw another place on the map called Renfro Valley RV Park. We had heard of this place but had never stayed there before. We thought this would be a good time to check it out.
Check-in was a bit challenging. We drove right past the office then took a chance turning on a road where we didn’t know if we could turn around or not. We got lucky. Upon our arrival at the office, we found the quarters to be a bit tight there as well for getting back out.
We chose to spend the night in the 50 amp section. The park offers Cable TV hookups, 30 & 50 Amp electric service, Water & Sewer, Convenient coin laundry, Bath House, some shaded creekside sites, pull-thru sites available up to 46′, a dumping station and 24-Hour Security.
The park was pretty nice. The sites are gravel. They were level, quite large and each was a pull-through.
The location was close to the expressway and we found it a good place to spend the night while traveling. I wish it wasn’t so far from home. Renfro Valley is host to several events, shows, and concerts throughout the summer. It would be a lot of fun to come back for some of them.