Endless Caverns RV Park is 6 miles from I-81. Once you turn on Endless Caverns Rd. It’s what seems like a long drive thru farms and residential areas. The campground is at the very end of the road. It is a Peaceful, wooded, secluded setting.
Sites are long and wide, carved out of some hilly terrain, but fairly level. All roads are gravel and dusty. This might be a problem when the place is busy and there is lots of traffic. This is a large property with 3 sections of the campground. We were in C36 pull thru that was more than long enough, and had a nice spacing between adjacent sites.
We were glad to have an escort to our site, because the roads are not labeled. There are 2 bath houses, and I am glad we were self-contained. The women’s bathhouse in Section C left a lot to be desired. There was only one shower (of 2) that had a curtain. There was an air unit (heat?) in the wall, but the place was hot and had little ventilation. It looked clean, but not inviting.
There is a very pretty catch and release pond with seating around it, volleyball court, huge rec room with a projection screen for movies, a game room, nice wading type pool(maximum depth was 4’) and lots of roads and trails to explore on foot, bike or 4-wheeler.
If you are interested in touring the cavern, you can do that from the registration building at various times for $15./adults and $7. For kids. We were only here overnight, but it would be a nice place for a family to spend some time away from it all. Keep in mind that this Iis a remote location. The Park WiFi is spotty, there is NO TV reception, but my Verizon jet pack had a good signal.