Singing Hills is a great place to come for some peace and quiet. After a long day of driving, or a full day of sight seeing in the area; Singing Hills offers a welcome respite from the coming and going. It's a wonderful place to sit outside with a good book, or to take a quiet walk. The sunset over the park is always beautiful. As with nearly every other place on the planet, there are some non-conformists. The birds, frogs, and crickets in the area don't always vote for peace and quiet.
Singing Hills derives it's name from the birds and frogs that blend their voices in concert each day. From the roosters on the neighboring farm, to the red winged blackbirds down by the pond; some kind of critter can be heard "singing" most of the time. We start and end each day with some kind of musical entertainment from the birds with which we share this space. It's a great way to relax at the end of a busy day and a cheerful way to wake up in the morning.
Singing Hills is open year round and is only two miles from Mammoth Cave National Park. It's right down the road from Dinosaur World, Kentucky Action park, and other area attractions. Most of the fun things to do in this area are less than 30 minutes from Singing Hills. Because there are so many fun things to do in the area, we don't plan entertainment at Singing Hills. After a busy day, this is a good place to come and relax.
We hope you'll plan to stay with us anytime you're in the area.
Our rates are $27 for a primitive tent site, $36 for a 30 amp site, and $40 for a 50 amp site. These rates are based on 3 adults per site. In addition to accepting the following discount camping programs we also offer discounts for active and retired military, and a special rate for scout troops.
For the health and safety of our staff and guests, smoking is allowed only on your own site.
Eldon and Beth Brown, the owners, look forward to meeting you when you stay at Singing Hills .Please give us a call at 270-773-3789.