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Parks and nature in Kentucky Lake

Top parks

Travel Agency
“Land Between the Lakes offer countless activities, including a Nature Center, Planetarium, and the 'home place'. There are numerous trails for hiking, biking, and even off-roading. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
Park
“A wonderful area for the outdoors folks … This is a National Park and it has many attractions … ”
  • 15 locals recommend
Campground
“They have a roped area for swimming and a beach right at the state park - you can pull your boat up, anchor and swim there. Fun for the kids!”
  • 6 locals recommend
Park
“**15 Miles Away - Approximately 25 Minutes** Home to the Tennessee River Folklife Interpretive Center and Museum situated on one of the highest points in West Tennessee, Pilot Knob. The center features the life ways and customs of folks on the Tennessee River including musseling, crafts, commercial fishing and more. Several videos on park history, Civil War history and river life are shown upon request. The park contains more than 20 miles of hiking trails.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Campground
“Valentines Day Lunch with the Eagles Kentucky Lake Cruise Kenlake State Resort Park, 542 Kenlake Rd, Hardin, KY 42048, USA Thu, February 14, 11am – 2pm $70 per person. Recommended for ages 5 and up. Reservation & full deposit required. Call two seven zero 9 two 4 twenty twenty to reserve your space. Yacht departs from Kenlake Marina. Step on board the CQ Princess, a 96-foot luxury yacht, for a guided eagle viewing experience, while you relax in the comforts of its indoor heated cabin. Wraparound windows ensure good views from either inside or out on deck. As we cruise down Kentucky Lake and enjoy a hot, freshly prepared lunch, we will scan the shores for bald eagles. Our naturalists will tell the bald eagle’s recovery story, as well as help spot wildlife and answer questions during the trip. Restrooms and hot beverages available. For a view of the yacht, visit q c river side dot com”
  • 4 locals recommend
Park
“Visit the park while driving in the comfort of your own vehicle while watching the Elk and Bison roam free. It does cost for entry and admission can be purchased either at the park station or at the Golden Pond Visitor Center.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“The volunteers in period clothing are well versed in their work. Working with the old tools of the time and repairing just as one would have in the day. Very knowledgeable and able to educate on every aspect of life on a home place in the 1850's. Great place to teach kids how things were back then. Perfect for the whole family. Pets are allowed but must be leashed. $5 for adults. Last ticket sold at 4pm. Right across the highway from the farm is a large herd of bison..”
  • 3 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“Get up close and personal with the natural world at our environmental education attraction, Woodlands Nature Station. Nestled in the woods between Honker and Hematite Lakes, the Nature Station serves as a gateway to the 8,500-acre Nature Watch Area. The friendly staff also serves as our “go to” specialists for wildlife viewing throughout Land Between The Lakes.”
  • 2 locals recommend

Beaches

State / Provincial Park
“State park that offers fishing, boat rentals, swimming, biking, and golf to name a few.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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