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Renfro Valley RV Park

2380 Richmond St, Mount Vernon, KY 40456 United States
  • Latitude: 37.387535
  • Longitude: -84.329243
  • Phone: (800) 765-7464, (606) 256-2638
  • Fax: (606) 256-8304

  • PetsWelcome
  • PullThrus
  • Restrooms
  • BigRigFriendly
  • Showers
  • BackIns
  • CreditCards
  • FullHookups
  • 30AmpService
  • 50AmpService
  • Security
  • Water
  • Sewer
  • DumpStation
  • WiFiAccess
110 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 110ft, water, sewer, 30/50 amp service, full hookups, back ins, pull thru, sparkling clean bath house, dump station, WiFi, 24 hour security. Call for hours and availability. Quiet peaceful campground in a beautiful setting. Renfro Valley Entertainment Center has been providing quality family entertainment since 1939. Park events: Show season begins in April. We feature national acts such as Travis Tritt, Loretta Lynn, Oak Ridge Boys and Jamey Johnson. Live Country Music Shows & concerts on Fridays & Saturdays April thru December and special seasonal events (please call for schedule, hours, and availability). Area Attractions: 1 mile from Lake Linville dock. 1/8 mile from Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Within walking distance of theaters.
Important Campground Notes
PA valid Sunday - Wednesday only. PA valid year round except holiday weekends and the month of October. Reservations are recommended, but not required. Leashed pets are welcome and must be cleaned up after. Credit cards accepted. *Rates are for two people, add'l charge per extra person. Rates are subject to change.
Located 45 miles south of Lexington, and 135 miles north of Knoxville, TN. South Central Kentucky. Right off Interstate 75 at Exit 62 (most traveled Interstate in America).

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We spent an enjoyable night here in mid-April, 2014. A touring group occupied the gravel/open area. We used one of the shaded, pull-thru sites and had a quiet night. Access was fine, hook-ups were fine. Berea, a little northward, is an interesting and rather unique "artist-colony" village and is well worth a tour. The country music shows in Mt. Vernon attract lots of attention, and many visitors come for those activities. It is well worth another visit.

Bob & sharon Hall
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