Whispering Hills is a very decent RV park with all the basic features and a few extras that is hampered by small cramped sites.
We Paid: $37 per night for 2 nights
Discounts Used: Good Sam
Address (GPS Link): 275 Rogers Gap RD Georgetown, KY 40324
Amenities List: Power, Water, Sewer, Camp Store, Pavilion, Pool, Playground, Basketball, Fishing, Wireless, Private Bathrooms, Showers, Laundry, Propane
Rating: 3 of 5 stars
- Pretty Lake
- Nice Bathrooms
- Clean Park
- Small sites
We only stayed at Whispering Hills RV Park for two nights as we traveled north to Ohio. My first impressions were good as the park was clean and orderly. The amenities seemed to be in good shape and the grounds in very good order. The park is surrounded by forest on three sides and a lovely lake on the other. There are very few trees within the site itself where you will find mostly gravel and lawns. The lake can be used for fishing, swimming, boating, or just watching the sun rise across the water.
There is a smallish pool, geared more for water play than swimming, and a large outdoor Pavillion next to the lake that is perfect for dining in the open air or hosting an event. The bathrooms are all private and include a shower which is exactly how I like them. They seemed to be in good working order and kept clean. The laundry is a bit small but serviceable and located near the pool. They have all the usual hookups, though they do not have cable and we did not try out the wifi during our visit.
The only real problem with the park is that the sites are on the small side, both in length and width. Most of the sites were entirely taken up by the trailers leaving no room for the tow vehicles which crowded the side of the roadway in the park. Side to side, the RVs are all pretty close to one another and the lawns between them, where there are any, are quite small. As I write this, I am not looking forward to trying to get our RV out of the park in the morning.
The price is a little on the high side considering the park offerings and lack of significant attractions in the area. Seeing as they take good care of the park, I didn’t feel they were asking too much, but it doesn’t qualify as a bargain. I’d recommend it only for shorter stays due to the lack of space.