Saturday, October 22, 2011

Campground Review - Singing Hills RV Park

During our visit to Mammoth National Park we stayed three nights at the Singing Hills RV Park in Cave City, Kentucky!

Staff - 10 - The owners were super nice Christian people who were some of the friendliest camp hosts we have met so far!

Nearby attractions - 8 - About 2 miles from Mammoth NP and within 30 minutes of Bowling Green. Lots of touristy stuff around Mammoth and Cave City.

Natural surroundings - 8 - In the country with trees and open fields and lots of bird watching opportunities. We did not see anything for the first time, but we got some pics of mockingbirds, starlings and black vultures.

Value - 7 - We paid just over $16 as an average for three nights for a pull-through gravel site with full hook-ups using our Passport America card for the first two nights..

Bathrooms - 6 - Could use a little update, but the showers were hot and plumbing was functioning!

Roominess - 8 - Average sized-sites!

Facility fun - 6 - Small playground, fishing pond and walking trails.

Cleanliness - 8 -  It was clean and tidy.

Facility usefulness - 8 -  Fire rings, propane, picnic tables, dump station. 

Overall - 8 - Our experience here was enhanced by the kindness of the owners. The owner Beth Brown has written a book entitled Parenting is Rocket Science and talked with Patsy for a long time about some of our particular issues with adopted children. She gave us a copy of her book and some great ideas along the way. God continues to put the right people in our path on this trip.

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