Cumberland Falls State Park KY is a great park if you like waterfalls
and hiking. It's got a great old lodge built by the CCC with a
wonderful view of the Cumberland River.
If the camp ground wasn't built by the CCC it looks like it.
It was built on the top of a ridge which was the only flat ground
around! The sites are very small. If you've got a small popup
or pull behind it's OK. We've camped there a few times with
previous trailers. Our last trip we had an 18 footer and were fine.
I've seen motor homes manage to get in some of the sites
along the ridge top but it's TIGHT.
There are some pull thru sites right in front in the sun but
most of them are not flat so you need some serious wood cribbing
to get level.
We like the park because we like to hike and the water fall is
known as the Niagra of the south. After the spring rains it's awesome. Here's a video of the falls after a 5 inch rain.
Cumberland Falls KY after 5 inch rain video by Ky-Dan - Photobucket
Consider Big South Fork Blue Heron camp ground.
Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area - Campgrounds (U.S. National Park Service)
The camp ground there is much
larger, flatter and a bit more space between most sites. We can
easily fit our current 25 footer in most of them. They have decent
showers and also some awesome hiking. You can drive back to
Cumberland Falls for the day if you want too.
Kentucky has many great parks, it's unfortunate that Cumberland
Falls (one of the best parks) has such an outdated camp ground.