Kentucky Lakes/Prizer Point KOA
Kentucky Lakes/Prizer Point KOA is located on Lake Barkley in an area known as “Land Between The Lakes” in Cadiz, Kentucky. It features RV camping, a marina, cabins, condo-style accommodations, a floating restaurant, and a host of other amenities. It’s located approximately 20 miles from Interstate 24.
Check – In Window
When pulling into this KOA you will come up diagonally from Prizer Point Road to the check-in office on your right side. You will check-in at a window in front of the building. Check-in went smoothly as it usually does with a KOA. Once checked in, you will receive a site map with all pertinent information on it and an escort to your site.
The park is broken up into different sections with year-round sites across the road in a completely different area from the campground. Once you leave the office and make a right past the dump station on Prizer Point Avene, the first thing you will pass is the Prizer Lagoon entrance.
The Lagoon Fun Zone
The Prizer Lagoon fun zone is an area that has zip-lining, a rope course, and an inflatable floating water park. This area is seasonal and costs extra to use. It has been closed due to COVID but they were hoping to re-open this season. There are no parking personal vehicles here but there is a shuttle that picks you up near the golf cart rental area.
The next area you pass is a playground and RV section with premium pull-through sites. There is also a laundry room and bathhouse in this section. There are about 42 sites in this area. This section seemed like the sites were a little uneven but nice nonetheless. It looked like the actual spot you park your RV was level but the front and back of the site dipped down at a sharp angle. Continuing down Prizer Point Road you come up to the golf cart rental area and Prizer Lagoon Shuttle pick-up area.
Floating Store, Marina, & Restaurant
The marina and floating dock areas come up next. Here you will find dock space, boat rentals, the KOA store, and a restaurant. The store is well stocked and connects with the restaurant. There are gas pumps and a boat launch in this area also. Across from this area on your left are a private residence, jumping pillow, k-9 park, outdoor movie area, the pool, another bathhouse with showers and restrooms, and a pedal cart track.
Zipping through those two areas drops you into an area where you can park boat trailers. Continuing on brings you to a small RV area that is right on the lake. These are premium patio pull-through sites and you have a perfect view of the water. Continuing past those sites you will have waterfront sites on your right and about 10 sites on your left backing up to the area with all the activities. The waterfront site has you facing sideways so when you open your RV door you are facing the lake…Awesome right?!!!
Passing those sites gets you into the area we stayed in. We had full hook-up sites but sat back away from the water. There were more waterfront sites in this area but since we came during the off-season, there was only one RV down by the water so we had a great view from our RV!!! We were also there mid-week so that is another reason it was quiet. I spoke with another RV’er who was on a waterfront site and has stayed there often. He told me it gets crazy busy on the weekends. I have no doubt.
Leaving our section and following the waterline takes you to the cabin area. There were numerous cabins, some waterfront and some not, so if you want one on the water make sure you specify that. There were also large condos near the water. A perfect way to get a whole group of people together. Can you say family reunion?…lol. The cabins that were near the water had their patios facing the water with awesome views. There was a large parking lot nearby for everyone in the condo to park. There are no RVs allowed here.
The last section as you looped around was an RV section. This section was for seasonals. Many of the RVs had patios and covered golf carts. Once past this section, you will find yourself passing the activities section on your left as you make your way towards the exit of the park.
Date Of Stay: 4/13/21-4/15/21
Site #: 41A
Cost: $37.49 Per Night (We Used A $50 Work Camper Travel Voucher To Cover 1 Night)
Our Review Summary
Kentucky Lake Prizer Point KOA
We were only stopping here for one night but enjoyed the views so much we stayed a second night. The weather was perfect and the sunset was awesome. This park looks like it could be a lot of fun during the “in season” times. That being said it means that this place will get quite busy. We would not have had the awesome view of the lake from our site had the park been full. Our site was fairly level and all our hook-ups worked as they should. If we were ever in this area again we would not hesitate to stay here.
- Pull-Through Sites Available
- 30/50 Amp Sites Available
- Cabins & Condos Available
- Deluxe Tent Sites
- Dump Station
- Cable TV
- Good Wifi
- Good Verizon Signal
- Firewood Available For Purchase
- Propane Filling Station
- Water Park (Extra $)
- 2 Playgrounds
- Jumping Pillow
- Movie Area (During Summer Season)
- Boat, Golf Cart, Tubes, Knee Boards, & Pedal Car Rentals
- Full-Service Marina
- Fenced K-9 Area
- Scheduled Activities (In-Season)
- RV & Boat Storage
- Skinny Sites
- Some Amenities (Like Water Park) Cost Extra
- Some Sites Very Uneven
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