Stay In A Kentucky Treehouse: Horse Cave KOA – Unabashedly Southern

Looking for a unique lodging experience in Kentucky? Look no further than a Stay In A Kentucky Treehouse at Horse Cave KOA!

No, the Horse Cave KOA Treehouse is not a property made to look like a treehouse — it is actually nestled in the treeline!

As you climb the stairs into the 20 ft. tall treehouse, you’ll immediately have your breath taken away. Why? The view of roaming hills and pastures, all of which you get to enjoy from a 20×20 deck outfitted with great patio furniture. It’s a prime example as to why Kentucky is one of the most beautiful states – if not the most beautiful – in our great nation.

Inside, you’ll find many modern amenities. There are two bedrooms, a full bath, and a fully-equipped kitchen. As soon as I got to the property and noted the kitchen, I knew that I needed to visit local favorite Dennison’s Roadside Market to grab some tomatoes to make my tomato pie!

If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway in the Commonwealth, there’s no place that I’d recommend more than the Treehouse. It’s a fabulous spot to ground oneself, become one with nature, and forget about the outside world.

Treehouse Amenities

  • Sleeping Loft
  • 3 Queen Beds
  • Linens Provided
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Cable, Limited Channels
  • Full Kitchen
  • Full Bath with Tub & Shower

*Please note that pets are not allowed.

General Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 60′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Pool (5/26 – 9/7)
  • Fishing
  • Mini Golf
  • Firewood (charge)
  • Pavilion
  • Dog Park

About JC Phelps

JC Phelps is an award-winning writer and southern culinarian. He currently authors two blogs: JCP Eats + Unabashedly Southern. Splitting his time between Louisville and Lake Cumberland, JC is as Kentucky as it gets.

About the Horse Cave KOA

If you’ve ever been intrigued by the subterranean world, plan a stay at Horse Cave KOA. It lies in the heart of one of the most significant cave regions on the planet. Beneath the area’s rumpled hills, eons of dripping and flowing waters have worn through the limestone bedrock, creating a maze of underground rooms, rivers and sinkholes. Nearby Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the world’s largest known cave system. If you’re looking for a place to stay in Cave Country, enjoy the conveniences of a stay at the Horse Cave KOA: hot showers, laundry facilities, camping cabins, treehouses, Conestoga wagon rentals, pull-thru RV sites, a swimming pool, mini golf, fishing, and much more!

This post is in partnership with Horse Cave/Hart County Tourist Commission. Thank you all for supporting those that make Unabashedly Southern possible. All opinions expressed are my own.