Join us for a relaxing weekend on the banks of the Kentucky River. Enjoy the jr. Olympic sized pool, a stroll along the river or tour many of the historic sites in the area.
Ft. Boonesborough State Park
4375 Boonesboro Road
Richmond KY 40475
SVTF has reserved spots 27-47 until May 1st. You must call the campground directly to book and tell them you are with SVTF. Phone number is 859-527-3454 (DO NOT USE RESERVE AMERICA)
Once you reserve your site, please email email@example.com to let us know what site you have. Due to confidentiality restraints, the campground is not able to give us your information.
These are water and electric sites only if you prefer sewer hook ups, there are sites nearby. These sites are very close to the shower house. Click this link to see the site map FtBoonesboroughCamp Map
Cost: $33 per night. Rates are for 4 adults , extra adults $5 per person per night.
Discounts: 10 % discount for senior citizen (62 older), Military, AAA, & KY disabled. KY pow & KY disabled veteran are free.
There is a miniature golf course, swimming pool, hiking trails and river. Tours of Ft Boonesborough available.
SVTF Planned events
Friday 7:30p Meet and Greet – Bring your favorite summertime beverage. (alcohol is prohibited so plan accordingly)
Saturday 5pm Potluck – Sweet Summertime theme (light and casual)
- Even numbered sites bring salads
- Odd numbered bring sandwiches
Things to do in the area
POOL: A junior Olympic-size swimming pool features a misty fountain and children’s area. While at the pool enjoy your favorite treats from the snack bar!
Open weekends only (Saturday 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. & Sunday 12:30 – 6 p.m.) Lifeguard-protected. COST: Campers: $4
Fort Boonesborough has been reconstructed as a working fort complete with cabins, blockhouses and furnishings. Resident artisans perform craft demonstrations and give modern-day visitors a true sense of what life was like for pioneers in Kentucky.
- Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wed. thru Sun.
- Cost: Adults $8, Children (6 to 12) $5, Children under 6 free
Hiking: Self-guided interpretive trail highlighting Kentucky River Valley plants, animals, pre-historic, historic and geological sites along your route. A .25-mile paved trail connects the fort to the pool.