Diamond Caverns Resort & Golf Club

Park City, Kentucky
4.2
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Diamond Caverns Resort & Golf Club
660 Doyle Rd, Park City, Kentucky 42160-7942
(270) 749-9466 Icon phone Directions
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Tees 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total Slope Rating
Blue 169 419 368 310 190 300 150 330 376 2612 320 175 263 450 309 316 100 450 352 2735 5347 109 65.4
White 147 409 356 291 180 252 145 315 355 2450 298 155 234 430 296 289 90 410 331 2533 4983 107 64.3
Red 136 290 265 266 148 252 86 197 268 1908 269 127 211 350 212 304 79 302 343 2197 4105 102 63.8
Par 3 5 4 4 3 4 3 4 4 34 4 3 4 5 4 4 3 5 4 36 70
Diamond Caverns Resort & Golf Club Ratings & Reviews
4.2
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Carla Oliva
about 2 months ago
We're very disappointed with the increase on washer and dryer price. One day each cost $1.50 and then next day $2.75-$3.25 to wash and $2.50 to dry. We've been everywhere in the country and never seen such expensive fees. And if you're thinking those are 100lb load commercial machines, think again! They're not! They're old and small. We have complained and so far nothing. Besides that, if you don't care about doing laundry or spending that much in fees, this place is very nice. Super close to the NP entrance and staff is really nice. There's plenty of open areas but mini golf needs A LOT of attention. I think they stopped caring for it 15 years ago! Internet in the community building is really good, but you can also get your own very easily. Sites are well kept with good length.
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Cameron Asbury
3 months ago
We just got home from a trip to Diamond Caverns and it was a bit of a mixed bag overall. This was my second time visiting the resort - the first time was in 2012 -and I think the place has gone downhill since our first stay. We stayed in the Players Club condos in 2012 and for this trip we stayed in the Stevenson condos. From what I remember, the Players Club was very nice and clean, but Stevenson was another story. As soon as we walked into our condo, we noticed it smelled like cigarette smoke despite having a no smoking sign on the front door. Most, if not all of the furniture and appliances in the condo were quite old (it looked like it hadn't been renovated/any replacements since the 90s) but all the appliances worked so I can't deduct points for that. I would say the bathrooms were the nicest part of the condo - the flooring was old and had some tears, but they were very clean and looked like the showers and sinks were relatively new (probably the newest things in the unit). Speaking of good things about the condo, the air conditioner was a champion - almost every day we were there, the weather was 90°+ and sunny, but the air conditioner had no problem keeping the place cool. Moving on to some of the negatives: the beds weren't very comfortable at all. They were old, like the rest of the furniture in the condo, and caused us to wake up with aching backs nearly every morning. It wasn't a big issue, but it definitely wasn't ideal. Our first night there, we saw a cockroach on the wall and killed it. Luckily, we saw no more the rest of our time there, but knowing there was one was enough to make us nervous the rest of the stay. While the condo wasn't the greatest, we had a lot of fun swimming in the pool every evening (the pool at the golf course, by the condos, not the one by the camp grounds). It goes to 8 feet and is of decent size, and a major plus is that it has ladders and stairs going into the pool instead of only ladders. They also have a radio with speakers by the pool, which was fun to listen to while swimming and relaxing in the water. Much like some of the other Thousand Trails resorts I've visited, this would be a fantastic place to visit if it was taken better care of or updated/renovated occasionally. I'm sure it was great in it's prime, but now it needs some TLC.
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Greg Lynn
about 2 months ago
Campground has seen is better days, run down and dingy. Very tight spaces, lots of permanent residents who make you feel uncomfortable and unwelcome, like your trespassing. Not kid friendly at all... all activities and game room are kept under lock and key, financial waivers must be signed for access. No on site staff, you must drive to the office across the street approximately 1/2 mile to the office. My rude neighbors constantly flowed gray water into my site and ruined my outdoor mat / carpet. Did notify staff, they were friendly, apologetic, and offered us a discount for a Thousand Trails Membership... No thank you, by far the worst campground / camping experience in over 40 years of camping.
Diamond Caverns Resort & Golf Club is an 18 hole golf course located at 660 Doyle Rd, Park City, Kentucky 42160-7942 and plays 5410 yards from the tips . The estimated course record for Diamond Caverns Resort & Golf Club is 59. It has a slope of 109 and rating 65.4. We have the scorecard for this course. This course is located in Kentucky in the city of Park City in 42160 . Cedar Point Golf Course and Best Western Park Mammoth Resort are located nearby. Book a cheap tee time at Diamond Caverns Resort & Golf Club now!