|Levi Jackson State Park|
Our view of this park remains consistent over our multiple visits. It appears to be a local favorite that attracts many families from the region.
The park has a recreation center that helps keep the kids busy. There are hiking trails, a swimming pool, a tree-top zip line experience and a grist mill in this park. In addition, the mini golf course and the basketball court always seem to be popular places for families to congregate.
|Rosie parked at Levi Jackson|
Here is some specific information about this park:
- There appears to be three main camping loops in this park. We camped in the first loop, which is nearer to a stream.
- Our site had 20, 30 and 50 amp electrical service.
- Our site had a water connection with good pressure.
- Our site did not have a sewer connection. There are some sites in this park with sewer connections.
- We found only one dump station in the park. It is at the end of the second loop and not easy to access.
- The park has several bathhouses. The restroom and showers nearest Rosie were clean and well-maintained.
- A negative about the bathhouse is that the showers are controlled by a push button. That means you have no control over water temperature and you only get 12 to 15 seconds per push. This is very inconvenient!
- The park offered WiFi for a fee. When we logged in, the service said we were eligible for two weeks of free access. We are unsure if this was a fluke or something everyone always sees in this park.
- AT&T provided a marginal 4G voice and data signal over the park.
- As before, we could not see any television signals while using Rosie's TV antenna.
- This was a pet-friendly park.
|We ate at the original KFC while camping in Levi Jackson|
|It still tastes the same!|
|Col. Sanders posing (sort of) for a picture|
|We visited Cumberland Falls while camping at Levi Jackson|
|Riding a train to an old mining village|
|On the train|
|Suzy enjoys her train ride|