Once in a while I come across an RV park that I wish I could’ve stayed at longer. Laurel Lake Camping Resort is one of them. The owners were super nice and knew the area inside and out. Their recommendations on where to put in my kayak and places to see were spot on. I wish I’d had more time to explore this very beautiful area – 2 days was simply not enough.
I think calling it a “resort” might be pushing it as there are only 36 RV sites (*laughs), but the park was gated for security (a definite plus), spots were generous in size and had all the basic amenities you could ask for including a few nice hiking trails. The WiFi didn’t really work for me but that’s not unusual in any RV park, however, my Verizon hotspot worked fantastic.
The RV park borders the Daniel Boone National Forest (over 708,000 acres) which has some of the most rugged terrain west of the Appalachian Mountains.