RV Camping

Buffalo Trace Park

Buffalo Trace Park

Buffalo Trace Park RV campground is a part of the 147-acre public park preserve that include a 30-acre man-made lake. It is along the edge of a historic bison migration trail called the old Buffalo Trace. This RV campground is located a mile east of Palmyra, Indiana. It offers easy access to Interstate-64 at Exit 119 from Louisville, Kentucky. Buffalo Trace Park RV campground is close to US 150. Guests of this RV campground can plan a day trip to various notable attractions including Portland Museum, J B Speed Art Museum, Frazier Historical Arms Museum, and Colonel Sanders Museum. It is also close to some of the state parks of Indiana including Harrison-Crawford State Forest, Hayswood Nature Reserve and O’Bannon Woods State Park.

The campground of Buffalo Trace Park offers 76 RV camping sites including 60 modern campsites, 14 primitive campsites for tenting, and 2 camping cabins that can sleep eight. The camping cabins can be availed all-season. The modern RV camping sites come with electric and water hookups. These RV camping sites include shaded trees, though many are not level and some have short pads. This RV campground also offers picnic table with grills. There is a 1.25-mile paved and lighted walking trail. Additional facilities offered by this RV campground include:

  • Modern RV Camping Sites
  • Electric Hookups
  • Water
  • Cabin Rental
  • Dumping Station
  • Tent Camping Sites
  • Playgrounds
  • Shade Trees
  • Pets Allowed
  • Beach and Swimming area
  • Walking Trail
  • Canoe Rental
  • Sand Volleyball Court
  • 18 Hole Disc Golf Course
  • Picnic Tables with Grills
  • Paddle Boat Rental
  • 3 Picnic Pavilions
  • Fishing
  • Gazebo
  • Fitness Area
  • 2 Tennis Courts
  • Basketball Court
  • Petting Zoo
  • Ball Diamond

Buffalo Trace Park RV campground offers daily and weekly rates. This RV campground has different rates for season (from May 1 thru October 31) and for off-season (from November 1 thru April 30). Buffalo Trace Park RV campground has a lot to offer during the summer. For more information on this RV campground, sign up at our Campground Directory.



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One Comment

  1. David B

    While all those amenities sound great, isn’t the point of having an RV to be rather self-sufficient?

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