Camping season is about to arrive at Kentucky State Parks! On March 13 all 30 Kentucky State Park campgrounds that have about 2,300 campsites across the state will be open to campers.
“Our state parks are treasured by thousands of Kentucky families, including mine,” said Gov. Andy Beshear. “I hope to see Team Kentucky outside and having fun this year – stay safe and keep exploring!”
In the month of April, Kentucky State Parks are going to offer buy one night, get another night free, Sunday through Thursday. (Offer is valid with promotion code “Spring2020” for online reservations.)
Camper Appreciation Weekend is also happening in April, from the 24-26. This is an annual weekend event where campers get two nights for the price of one. State park campgrounds also offer a variety of activities during this event–like entertainment, arts and crafts, putt-putt golf, bonfires, movies, cookouts and nature programs.
Park sites are open through mid-November, with a few remaining open during winter months.
James Audubon State Park remains closed for 2020 due to work on a dam nearby.