The Kentucky Derby is the first Saturday in May. There is a Forest Education Center on property with a full-time Naturalist to provide interpretive programming during the season. Please check with property for details upon your arrival. Horseshoe Casino - 26 Miles; Louisville Fairgrounds - 24 Miles
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Electrical hookups, Pets OK
Reviews of Deam Lake
Reviewed by Socom458 on February 12, 2012
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If you have horses the campground is wonderful. Unfortunately we did not have horses and had to camp at the overcrowded regular campground which has lakeside access which is sub par. The trails are not bad and fishing in june is not bad. But to be honest, there prices are too high for what yiu get and popular camping times are overbearingly crowded. Skip this one and visit Starve Hollow instead.
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