We stayed at Jellystone Mammoth Cave for the first time last week. This place is great for kids. They have 2 pools, a splash pad, and now a big beach (more of a lake with a liner and trucked in sand). The new Wibit inflatable obstacle course on the lake is a blast for kids and adults. The campground is only about a 10 minute drive from Mammoth Cave National Park, which is the largest known Cave system in the world. The campground is nice and is a mix of W/E and full hookup, with a few primitive tent sites thrown in. We were lucky and were assigned a site at the front across from the pool and within easy walking distance of all of the activities. If you end up in the back section, a golf cart rental is almost needed. The sites in the bottom right quadrant (Sunshine through Cindy) were my favorites and this section has paved roads. The left sections were all gravel and very dusty. Those are mostly 50 amp sites, so they were dominated by big rigs. One nice thing is all of the cabins available if you have friends or family that want to come along but don’t have a camper of their own. They are working on an expansion right now to add something like 75 more sites and 50 more cabins. We will definitely be back.