Three Springs Campground

(471) Reviews

595 Campground Road, Corinth, KY, 41010

Three Springs Campground is nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Appalachian Mtns and boasts a protected ecosystem. All of our RV Camping sites feature grass lawns, shade trees, a picnic table, a fire pit, 20/30/50 amp sites, water, and WiFi. Life is so much better around a campfire! Come see why we are so highly recommended. While you are here, don't forget to visit the new Ark Encounter, just 10 miles north of the campground. Also available are our Tent Sites, Camper/RV Rentals, and Rustic Cabins. Our newest cabins are both larger bunkhouses that combined will sleep up to 36 guests! Start your next adventure here! 

We are a family/pet-friendly campground, with healthy outdoor activities such as a new playground for the kids (Spring 2023), a fishing pond, hiking trails, and much more. Whether it's a short 2-3 night stay or something a bit longer, we are happy to have you stay with us!

***Just a quick note: our swimming pool will not reopen due to storm damage in 2018. We are sorry for this inconvenience however the local water park in Georgetown, KY is just 15 mins away and offers almost 18,000 square feet of fun in the water and they are super affordable! Call for more details. Check back here or on our website for pictures of the new areas being added for the season like our New Dog Park (2023) and New Playground (2023). Groups are welcome however we do not currently accept online reservations for groups. If you're traveling with friends and family please call us before reserving so we can ensure that you are mapped correctly and that we have the availability to accommodate your needs.***

Last Updated: 09/07/2023

RV Sites

We have sites that can accommodate 20/30/50 AMP electric, water, free WIFI, picnic table and fire pit. We utilize a dump station, or offer a honey wagon service for a small fee. RV Sites can accommodate rig-combos up to 70 ft. For Primitive Sites (no water/electric) : Fire pit & picnic table only, no rigs over 30 ft in length (primitive only).  Don't see what you're looking for?! Give us a call!

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
20 Amp RV Sites - Water, Electric, & WiFi $40.00
30 Amp RV Sites - Water, Electric, & WiFi $45.00 $270.00
50 Amp RV Sites - Water, Electric, & WiFi $50.00 $300.00
No Hook Up Primitive $30.00
OverFlow PT1 $36.00
Mac's Place

Sleeps 1-16 guests: Sleeping arrangements are 4 queen beds (2 in each under-loft bedroom) and one queen futon on the 1st floor (14ft x 40ft) and 5 twin beds plus 1 rollaway on the 2nd floor (2 10ft x 14ft lofts). This cabin is our first to offer city water (April 1st-Nov 1st) outside at a spigot for hand washing, food-prep, etc. Other amenities include air conditioning (no heat is provided so we advise you bring electric blankets or space heaters if camping during colder months), kitchenette with infrared stove tops (2), coffee pot, microwave, pots/pans, cutlery, and a 24 cu ft fridge/freezer. We provide the fitted/flat sheet sets, you bring pillows and blankets. No pets allowed in Mac's Place.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Mac's Place $100.00
Pop's Lodge

Sleeps up to 20 people on two floors. First floor (16ftx16ft) sleeps 6 on two triple bunk beds and 2-3 on one queen futon bed. Also on the bottom floor is a kitchenette with a 4 burner electric stove top, microwave, coffee pot and 5 cu ft fridge/freezer combo. Second floor (16ftx20ft) sleeps 8-10 on 4 queen platform beds and 2 on two twin beds. This cabin is situated about 20 yards along a wooded hiking trail, however it is Handi-CAP Accessible. We provide the sheet sets, you bring your own pillows and blankets. Utilities include electric, A/C & heat pump. 

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Pop's Lodge $80.00
Drive-Up Cabin

sleeps 1-5 :$55.00/night for up to 4 guests, $62.00/night for 5 guests. Sleeps 2 on one queen-sized bed plus 1 on one twin bed on main floor (12ftx12ft) and 2 in small (8ftx8ft) sleeping loft on one twin bed & one Roll-away Bed. We provide fitted & flat sheet sets for each bed. A small cart with a microwave, Kuerig Mini, and place setting for 4 is included. Pets welcome!

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Drive-Up Cabin $60.00
Hike-Up Cabin

sleeps 1-7 :$55.00/night for up to 4 guests, then $7/night for each additional guest up to 7 guests. Sleeps 5 on one twin over full bunk w/double trundle, and sleeps 2 on one twin over twin bunk, all in one 12ftx12ft cabin. A small cart with a microwave, Keurig Mini, and place setting for 4 is included. Pets welcome! Situated about 50 yards along a wooded hiking trail and offers a private getaway at an affordable price. Views from the cabin's front porch are of the woods and our fishing pond with a lighted fountain. 

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Hike-Up Cabin $60.00
Regular RV/Camper Rentals

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV/Camper Rentals $100.00
Sparrow's Nest

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Sparrow's Nest $30.00
Tent Sites

Beautiful drive up or wooded sites available. 

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Primitive Drive Up Site $27.00 $162.00
RV Sites That Can Be Rented as Tent Sites $36.00 $216.00
Ultra-Primitive Hike Up Site $24.00
Deluxe RV/ Camper Rentals

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV RTL#2 $115.00

Group or Multiple Bookings

We do not currently offer online group rates, nor can we guarantee that campers will be side by side with another guest unless you call before booking your stay. We make every effort to accommodate groups but it requires that each member of your group call our Camp Office.

Check-In Policy

At this time, we do not offer Self Check-Ins or After Hours options to our guests. While we do understand that with travel comes the unexpected, we also boast a quiet and safe campground. In order for us to make good on this promise to our guests, we ask that all guests be checked in before 7pm (Winter Check-in time frame is until 6pm EDT). If you are running late, please call our Camp Office by 6pm (Winter Office hours 9am-5pm EDT), when the Office closes, with your ETA to see if arrangements can be made for a staff member to wait for you until as late as 7pm EDT. Please do not abuse this courtesy by making the staff wait long or you will be asked to wait to check in the next morning by appointment. No check-in's will be permitted between 7pm and 9am the next day. This is a courtesy to our checked in guests, that they will not be disturbed during these hours. Safe travels.

Rental Deposit Policy

Rustic Cabin Rentals require a $50-$100 Refundable Cash Security Deposit due upon check-in. Deposits are returned at check-out, pending a quick inspection of the rental for damage/theft or items left behind by guests, in the same manner deposits are paid, cash. Deluxe Camper/RV Rentals deposit is $150.00 cash.

Pet Policy

- Pets are welcome in rentals that specify that they are allowed. We do not allow pets in all of our cabins. - If you are renting a unit that allows pets, all breeds are welcome, but must remain on a leash/lead at all times while inside the park. A $25/pet cash deposit is required to have your pet in our Pet Friendly Cabin Rentals. - All pets must be cleaned up after by their handlers after using the restroom in the proper park areas and receptacles. - Guests must keep pets under control and quiet while in the park. Excessive noise will not be tolerated after a warning is issued to the guest. - Managers have the right to ask the guest to leave, without refund, for not obeying the posted Pet Policy.

General Store

Pets Allowed



Hike / Bike Campsites

Gravel Roads

Community Showers

Drinking Water

Trek-in > 1.5m

Fire Ring / Grill

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Community Fire Pit

Gasoline Nearby

RV Sanitation

Community BBQ/Grill


Picnic Area

Community Restrooms

Back-in RV Sites

RV Hookup

ADA Accessible

Dump Station

Fire Pit

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Slide Outs


50 Amps

Picnic Table

20 Amps

30 Amps



Historic Sightseeing





Horseback Riding

Scenic Drives


Wildlife Viewing

Big Rig Friendly


Family Friendly

Pet Friendly


Tent Camping



Remote Work Friendly

Public Park

Conservation Area

Wildlife Reserve

Public Service (Fire, Police, Resuce)

Good Sam

Senior Discount

Military Discount

Good Sam

Senior Citizen (65 or older)

ARK Discount

Military (Active or Retired)

595 Campground Road, Corinth, KY, 41010
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While you're here, be sure to check out the following partner attractions:

  • The Ark Encounter in Williamstown, KY
  • The Creation Museum in Petersburg, KY
  • Malibu Jacks in Lexington, KY
  • Elk Creek Vineyards in Owenton/Corinth, KY
  • Kentucky Horse Park Museum in Georgetown, KY
  • Newport Aquarium at Newport on the Levee 
  • If camping is not your thing, be sure to try the newly renovated, locally owned motel, The North Star Inn & Cafe, just .3 miles off I-75 and tell them Three Springs sent you! The new owners, The Henson's, are eager to please and accommodate their guests, plus there's a cafe on the property. 

Overall Rating: 3.9

Holli Grage

This was the experience we had this summer. I hope you make changes. I wanted to write to you about our experience. Our experience started with wanting to bring another person with us and I was told I had to notify you two weeks ahead of our stay. I was told this was policy. Not wanting to cause a problem I did call within the next day or two of speaking with you and paid for another person. I did email asking you to consider waiting until my friend was able to find out from her doctor if she could travel. You never got back to me so I paid. Also charging adult prices for an 8,9,and 10 year old is ridiculous but I knew this upfront. Also I did not see in your policy that I had to notify you about an extra person 2 weeks ahead, unless you have now revised it because I did go back and look. I did see that a cancellation had to be 2 weeks ahead, which is typical. You only put linen on enough beds for the amount of people staying, which is ok except if the extra person I paid for had come there wouldn’t have had bed linen. Never have I rented a cabin that holds up to 16 people that didn’t have a toilet. Maybe I missed this information somewhere, and to be told it had a dry toilet and we could go to Walmart and buy a portable one for $20 was again ridiculous especially since the dry bathroom has carpet. You really should describe the cabin better. And don’t forget the walk to the bathroom is down hill on a county road. Which brings up that we couldn’t park near the cabin to unload. The bathrooms first smelled like cigarette smoke. Second we were told that we should plan our showers around the busy morning time as we may otherwise run out of hot water. Well there 9 of us and we went at all times, early morning and late night and 3 people got partial warm showers once. And the fire wood, we paid for 3 bundles and got maybe 2 . The guy delivering it said he owed us a few pieces but never brought it. Also repeatedly instructing us to be sure not to accidentally take the linens or we would have to airmail it back and to go on and on about what other campers did wrong was very unprofessional. I’m also still wondering where the “new in 2023” playground is, maybe I just missed it. This was an unpleasant experience. Holli Grage

Mike Lenehan

We had a great time. Grounds are clean, hosts were friendly. Nice & secluded. Definitely will be coming back.

Brenda Gilder

Very friendly. The women's bathroom ran out of paper towels. One of the showers was broken and one of the showers the water backed up and flooded the shower area.

Denise Dieleman

New owners are very nice. Lots of computer glitches, much confusion to work out. Could be a very nice park with some improvements for example, the pool area is an eye sore. The “catch and release “ pond is disgusting. Nicer fire pits would be great. Many of the picnic tables need to be replaced.

Douglas McCaw

Quiet campground. A peaceful place to land.

James Miller

Close quarters, lots of barking dogs while we were there. Low water pressure, no Sewer in site

Sylvia Ford

The campground staff are friendly and ownership recently changed from what I was told at check-in, Sept 2023. The road off the highway is a narrow, residential road into the campground. Inside the campground, there are two, very narrow concrete bridges with no rails or markers that you have to cross when entering/exiting the sites. Sites are close together. Site depth was bare minimum for our 38' motorhome to back in and is a rock/gravel, sloped site. Rock was not compacted and dirt below was wet. When setting up, our rear jacks pushed the pads through the rock and into wet ground. We were on site B-8 and stayed two nights. No plans to return.

Russell Shoemaker

Great little park with new ownership. Lots of trees; most of the sites are level. Large rig friendly. Friendly and helpful check in staff. We would certainly stay there again.

very nice owners. sites are very short - hard to park our vehicle. dump station in a terrible location & unable to use water to rinse out. hose wouldn’t work with rv or even our adapter.

Tara Myers

What a perfect place! It is tucked away, lots of shade, walking trails, peaceful, and the facilities were so clean! The staff was so nice too! I would definitely recommend this place!

Deborah Giroux

Lovely campground in beautiful setting. Small campground but good site space for our 36' fifth wheel. My dog and I enjoyed hiking the trails and small creek. Friendly staff. Was sorry we had to leave Sunday morning and missed their church service.

Mary Ehardt

Friendly clean

Thomas Shaver

The park is located convenient to I-75 but feels distant. It is in a small valley with many trees, lots of grass, and a small stream that passes through the park. The roads and sites are gravel and are mostly level. The scene along the narrow approach road does not prepare you for the beautiful setting of the park. We were there only one night but would definitely return if in the area.

Campground Response

Thank you for staying with us, Thomas! We appreciate your kind words and your taking the time to describe our campground so others will know what to expect once they arrive! Safe travels and happy campin'! -Rachael

Melissa Mason

This was our time time camping with our camper. The campgrounds were very nice. Staff was super friendly. Other campers were friendly and easy to talk to. Everything and everyone was great. We would book there again.

Troy Odell

Nice clean campground.

Michelle Jamieson

Very clean, quiet campground. Most guests seemed to be visitors to the Ark Experience, staying only 1 or 2 nights so there's lots of movement, but everyone was quiet going in and out, late nights or early mornings so we barely noticed people were coming and going so frequently. We tent camped in an RV site for the electric, but the primitive sites looked really good! I'd definitely come back to stay here, but would take a tent site for just for the lack of "next door neighbors". The owners were very nice and were frequently present in the campground, greeting people as they were coming and going, picking up random trash (did I mention it was very clean?), taking/delivering wood and just chatting. The bathrooms were clean although I did not use the shower area so I can't comment on the water pressure, etc. And finally, there were short trails through the woods originating from the camping areas. It was the perfect place to walk my dog in the morning - she doesn't like "doing her business" in public and I was grateful for the lack of distraction - like all puppies, she has ADD and is easily distracted by other dogs, kids, interesting smells, etc! But be forewarned - nearly every trail in the campground starts with an UP! A great place to stay if you are going to the Ark and/or Creation Museum or just looking for a quiet place to relax for a couple days.

Erika Hansinger

Sites are nice. Bathroom was pretty clean. Enjoyed the trails. Quiet.

Karen Phillips

Quaint park. Sites could have leveled an made to look a little better. Could be made into a really nice clean park easy but why? When it stayed full then entire time we were there.

Matthew Gowin

The campground is conveniently located and some planned upgrades could make it a five star stay. The park is clean and the sites are very well maintained. However, the campground lacks a playground, pool, or dog park that are common to many campgrounds. It's clear the park has some aging infrastructure. I had to share a water supply with an adjacent site via a hose splitter - requiring a long water supply hose. The location of the dump site is very inconvenient - as it blocks the only exit to the campground. The road into the campground raises questions with unkept properties. It's plain this is an older campground that is working on upgrades and renovation. Still, they smartly market the principal positive quality of the campground - convenient proximity to the Ark Encounter.

Overall a lack of amenities and upkeep. No playground. We rented a site RV. It lacked upkeep maintenance. The A/C unit filter had not been cleaned or replaced and it smelled of dirt and mold when running. The cash only deposit requirement needs more communication to ensure renters carry that much cash and don’t have to make a trip to a gas station for deposit. It looks like there was a pool at one time, but again upkeep hasn’t kept it open.