Whispering Hills RV Park is a nice, large campground with a pool, playground, lake, pavilion, basketball court, 2 small laundry/bathhouses.
They have pretty good WiFi, and a good amount of space between most sites and each has a plastic table and fire ring. Ice and limited supplies are available in the office. They escort you to sites, which were fairly level gravel. Provided jack pads if needed.
There is NO cable, the interior roads are dusty, there is a limited number of bath houses for the number of sites, and there is some road noise from the interstate and train whistles.
You have to sign a paper that you will not put rugs or vehicles on grass. I had read other reviews about this, but basically they want you to respect their property. We were in site 21 backed to deep ravine. There were some trees behind the site which were nice. Most of the park is clear of trees. Those that back to the lake have a nice view.
Here are a few tips:
Creation Museum is about 1 hour north and Ark Encounter about 30 minutes north, both are well worth the visit – plan at least one full day at each.
The Toyota Factory tour in Georgetown is very interesting, and the Kentucky Horse Park is well worth a visit if you are interested in horses (another full day tour).
We only visited one of many distilleries in the area. Lexington has some interesting history around the area, but that will have to wait for another trip.
There is shopping and restaurants convenient to the RV Park right off the interstate a few miles from park. There is a small Camping World store too.