Situated right off of I-24 at Exit 31, Tween the Lakes Campground features concrete, full hook up pull through and back in sites. Located between both Kentucky and Barkley Lakes the opportunity for adventure is in every direction that you head, venture north to visit Mantle Rock Trail of Tears and Joy Falls or venture further South on HWY 453 into Land Between the Lakes to see the Elk & Bison or LBLs 1850s Homeplace, then on your way back to camp stop in at Downtown Grand Rivers to enjoy dinner at the Cabin Pizza, Hamburger Pattis, or the Thirsty Turtle.
- Big Rig Friendly
- Concrete Sites
- Full Hook-ups
- RV Park
Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for Tween the Lakes RV Park & Campground?
A The phone number for Tween the Lakes RV Park & Campground is: 270-252-6520.
Q Where is Tween the Lakes RV Park & Campground located?
A Tween the Lakes RV Park & Campground is located at 831 Vulcan Rd, Grand Rivers, KY 42045
Q How is Tween the Lakes RV Park & Campground rated?
A Tween the Lakes RV Park & Campground has a 4.3 Star Rating from 139 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
Tween the Lakes RV Park & Campground
Overall Rating( 139 Reviews )
Beautiful Rebel on Google
Shawna Hausmann on Google
Off the beaten path park! So quiet and small! Great deal for full hook ups. No amenities but it was quiet and beautiful! Great stop!!
Nathan Toal on Google
No facilities but it's a great stop off on the road. Very very clean grounds. I recommend this site for a great rest to pull off to on your trips. Very reasonable.
T S on Google
Super clean & easy to access. The owners were really friendly. We loved the hiking trail just behind the campground. We'll definitely stay here again if we ever come back this way.
Heather Applegate on Google
Our first attempt to stay was the weekend of the devastating tornado that came through Western Kentucky. Not only did Lori fully refund our stay but when I called to check on her, she was helping another campground impacted by the tornado in recovery efforts. We finally got to stay the first weekend of March and loved it. The campground is right next to the Livington County trail system with a lot of natural features and several Geocaches. We really enjoyed the campground and we're already making plans for another visit.