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GENERAL BUTLER STATE RESORT PARK 1608 Highway 227 • Carrollton, Kentucky 41008 Carroll County (502) 732-4384 • 1-866-GO BUTLER www.parks.ky.gov • (502) 732-4826 (Campground)
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F A C I LI T I E S & A C T I V I T I E S THE GENERAL BUTLER LODGE 53 guest rooms.
24 Cottages. 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms.
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RECREATION CENTER FOSSIL TRAIL
BUTLER LAKE TRAIL
111 campsites with utility hookups and grills, Check out by 1 p.m. Showers, restrooms and laundry facility are available. Electric at sites.
Seating for 900 guests (theater style) and 500 guests (banquet style).
BUTLER-TURPIN HISTORIC HOUSE
This antebellum home, built in 1859, features an excellent 18th and 19th century collection and an archeological exhibit from the 1790 Butler Cabin.
One of the highest points in Carroll County, the lookout was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the early 1930s.
OHIO RIVER/CARROLLTON STONE OVERLOOK
Rental pedal boats, canoes and row boats are available. Boat Dock is open Memorial Day - Labor Day .
The pool is for the exclusive use of lodge and cottage guests.
Four nature trails available.
ATHLETIC RECREATION AREAS
BOY SCOUT TRAIL
Enjoy activities on the tennis and basketball courts.
PICNIC SHELTER RESTROOM BUILDING
PICNIC SHELTERS & PLAYGROUNDS
PLAYGROUND TENNIS COURT
Located throughout the park. Three shelters are available for rental.
BUTLER-TURPIN STATE HISTORIC HOUSE
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GENERAL BUTLER STATE RESORT PARK
Daily summer activities and year-round special events are planned for children and adults under the guidance of a trained recreation director.
Mustang Car Show, September; Jump Start Your Halloween Weekend, Family Fun Weekend, October; Festival of Trees, December.
Kentucky Department of Parks – Campground Rules and Regulations Check-Out Time: 1 p.m. Check-In Time: 2 p.m.
Kentucky Revised Statute Base for Campground Rules and Regulations - KRS 148.021, 148.051 Section 1. At all state park campgrounds the following rules shall be observed:
1. Reserving Sites: Campground reservations are advisable, but not required. Kentucky State Parks offer camping guests the ability to make reservations at any of our campgrounds by either phone or Internet. The toll-free number is 1-888-4KYPARK (459-7275). Web reservations can be made through our website at www.parks.ky.gov or www.ReserveAmerica.com. 2. Camping, unless otherwise authorized by the park manager due to a special event creating an overflow, shall be restricted to the campground. 3. A tent, a camping vehicle, a recreational vehicle, camping equipment, or other personal property shall not be left unattended longer than twenty-four (24) consecutive hours without written permission from the park manager. 4. A pet shall: a. Be kept on a leash or otherwise restrained at all times. b. Have current inoculations for rabies as prescribed by the campers’ state of residence. c. Not be tied to trees or shrubs. d. A camper shall clean up after the camper’s pet. 5. Vehicles or equipment shall not be washed within the campground. 6. Quiet time begins at 11 p.m. Campers shall not have visitors after 11 p.m. 7. Campers shall not: a. Hang lanterns on trees or shrubs. b. Drive an object into a tree, shrub, sign, building, or other object or structure in the campground. c. Trench or dig in the campground. 8. Golf carts may be used on a state park campground with the appropriate permit. a. A person may purchase a golf cart permit at the campground store or any other location designated by the park manager for $25 and the permit shall be valid for seven (7) days. b. A person may purchase an annual golf cart permit at the campground store or another location designated by the park manager for $100 and the permit shall be valid April 1 - October 31. c. All permits shall be displayed prominently on the golf cart in a location designated by the park manager. d. A golf cart shall not be parked or left in a no-parking zone, a prohibited area, or in an area that would block traffic. e. State park employees or agents may use golf carts without a permit on the grounds of the state park campgrounds if acting on behalf of a state park. 9. Motorbikes, motorcycles, motor scooters, and mopeds in the campground shall be restricted to regular roadways for use in entering and exiting only. a. Four (4) wheelers, all terrain vehicles, or similar vehicles may be prohibited within portions of the campground in areas designated by the park manager. b. Campers and visitors shall not joy ride on any motorized vehicles within the campground. c. A driver shall be at least sixteen (16) years of age and have a valid driver’s license. d. A vehicle shall be properly muffled and shall stay on paved roads. e. An exception shall be made for the use of a motorized vehicle by a person with a disability who is using a motorized vehicle for travel to and from campground facilities and has proof of disability such as an appropriate identification card or vehicle license plate.
10. Campsites may be reserved by telephone or via the Internet up to 24 hours in advance. a. Any campsites not reserved shall be available on a first-come, first-served basis. b. Check-in time shall be 2 p.m., and check-out time shall be 1 p.m. 11. There shall be a fourteen (14) day maximum stay unless granted a waiver by the park manager for good cause due to an emergency or business necessity. a. A camper may be asked to move to facilitate maintenance on the site. b. Campers shall not homestead. 12. A camper shall register at the entrance gate or designated area and shall receive a campsite assignment from the gate attendant, which shall be noted with a camping permit. a. A camper shall not change a campsite assignment, unless permission to move is granted by the gate attendant. b. If campers are permitted to select a site of their choice, they shall return immediately to the gate attendant and identify the chosen site. 13. Central service buildings and other facilities in the camping area shall be for campers and their guests only. Anyone other than a registered camper or guest shall not picnic, sight-see, or have reunions in the campground. 14. Fires shall be restricted to fire rings in designated areas only and shall be attended at all times. 15. Vehicles shall be parked in campsite spaces and parking lots and shall display a “car pass” or “visitor pass.” No more than two (2) vehicles shall be permitted per campsite, including recreational vehicles (RV), except as permitted pursuant to section 17 of this section. Vehicles shall not block adjacent sites or roadways. 16. Tables shall not be moved from site to site. 17. Two (2) groups or parties may share one (1) campsite. If two (2) groups or parties agree to share one (1) campsite, each shall be issued a camping permit, if two (2) tents, campers, or recreational vehicles are used. 18. Campers shall keep their sites clean and dispense of refuse in the receptacles provided. Campers may camp on grass only with prior permission of the gate attendant or park manager. 19. Alcoholic beverages shall not be publicly displayed. 20. Fireworks shall not be allowed at the campground. 21. Campers shall: a. Report loss, theft, accident, or disturbance to gate attendant. b. Turn in all found property to gate attendant. 22. A camper shall not deface or damage park property. Failure to comply may result in arrest, fine, or eviction from the park property. 23. All visitors shall sign in and out, display a visitor pass, and obey all campground rules. 24. More than two (2) visitor passes shall not be issued per site. 25. A camper or a camper’s guest shall not engage in fighting; threatening or abusive language; or lewd acts, or conduct that causes public inconvenience, annoyance, alarm, unreasonable noise, or is disturbing to campground patrons. Failure to comply may result in arrest, fine, or eviction from the park property. Section 2 - Sanctions. The park manager reserves the right to remove any person/camper from the premises for violation of the above administrative regulations.
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