Looking for a great place to park your RV or set your favorite camper? We’re completely surrounded by the Little Sandy River and Kentucky mountains.
Whether it’s along the way or a quick getaway, we’ve got you covered.
RV Camping in Greenup, KY,
Little Bear Island Campground
RV Camping in Kentucky, anyone? Are you having trouble finding an RV campground for your motorhome or trailer? Come and relax at Little Bear Island Campground, a this beautiful, fun, and friendly environment, surrounded by mountains in a wooded setting. Our RV camping sites are shaded and grassy with spacious, level back-in sites up against the Little Sandy River.
We have 50 RV sites at our RV campground, some set up with electricity & water, just water, and lots for your boondocking pleasure. Because each RV camping site has its own special features, you’ll want to keep coming back. You can even book these campsites for months at a time, and at a fraction of the daily price.
Spending your overnight, weekend, or extended stay at Little Bear Island’s RV Campground in Northeast Kentucky means you’re in good company. As a result, you’ll get to know the friendly faces at our campground and in our small town of Greenup.
Take advantage of the peace and and quiet, away from bright lights and concrete, waiting for you.
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Activities at Little Bear Island's RV Campground
Little Bear Island Campground for RV camping offers various activities, including fishing, hiking, campfires, and relaxing by the river. We are located just outside of Ashland KY, Huntington WV, and Ironton OH. There are many restaurants, historical sites, shops, small towns, and other attractions nearby. You can also take a day to visit the Country Music Highway, or simply drive to the local historical sites.
Are you new to the Greenup, County, or Northeastern Kentucky mountain hiking/biking region? When you’re RV camping with us, here are few places nearby our campground.
Fishing the Little Sandy River at Little Bear Island Campground bass are boss, but don’t stick your nose up at the catfish.
Kayaking the Little Sandy River is a low-impact activity that can improve your strength. Kayaking can be done as a hobby or as a fun activity